Beaches, art, culture, craft beer, feature films, ghosts, and Paul Deen’s Internationally-famed Southern restaurant, The Lady and Sons, are just a few of the surprises in store for Savannah’s hotel guests while they vacation in one of American’s foremost vacation spots.
Numerous Hollywood blockbusters have been filmed on location in Savannah, but Clint Eastwood’s adaptation of Berendt’s Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil s forever sealed Savannah’s captivating sense of mystery and mysticism that surrounds it to this day. Indeed, the city’s Bonaventure Cemetery is one of the ‘must see’ destinations for Savannah’s hotel guests. Mercer House is a close second.
Ghosts of the dearly departed are alive and well and living among Savannah folk. Grab a flashlight and join the Blue Org Ghost Tour or Ghost Talk Ghost Walk for a ‘one-of-a-kind’ experience!
Beach lovers will find nearby Tybee Island the perfect destination for crabbing, sunbathing, fishing, or catching one of the south’s most stunning sunsets.
Finally, stroll through the open acres of Forsyth Park or the Rousakis Riverfront Plaza. Each will acquaint Savannah’s hotel guests with the area’s most acclaimed restaurants and pubs.
The next time you fancy a truly memorable travel experience, consider booking your next hotel stay in Savannah – arguably one of the South’s most storied cities.
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