From art museums to one-of-a-kind restaurants to ghost tours, Savannah offers an eclectic view of the world that needs to be experienced in person. Our hotel offers comfortable amenities like a fitness center and outdoor pool in the quieter Midtown area, a convenient distance to everything in downtown.
The Perfect Place to Stay
Everything you need for your trip to Savannah is right here: Newly renovated hotel; Free Wi-Fi; The Bistro for on-site breakfast, dinner and cocktails; Plenty of parking; Near Hunter Army Airfield; Business center, Fitness center, Outdoor pool.
The Best Places to Explore Arts & Culture
Telfair Museum The Telfair Museums include Jepson Center, Telfair Academy and the Owens-Thomas House and Slave Quarters. One ticket grants access to all three museums. SCAD Museum of Art This contemporary art museum displays work by artists at various stages of their careers, from emerging artists to established international artists with commissioned work and exhibits. This gallery offers something for and from everyone.
Savannah African Art Museum The perfect mix of art and education, the Savannah African Art Museum houses objects from West and Central Africa, representing 28 countries.Bonaventure Cemetery As strange as it may sound, this 100-acre cemetery is a Savannah must-see and considered to be one of the most beautiful cemeteries in the world. Wormsloe State Historic Site The oldest standing structure in Savannah, the grounds are covered by live oaks and Spanish moss, making this beautiful place ideal for pictures, weddings (upon approval) and history lovers.
Entertainment & Events
The Historic Savannah Theatre is home to a variety of live shows sure to have something to please everyone in the family. Savannah Film Festival More than 50,000 people attend the event that is put on by The Savannah College of Art and Design.Savannah Jazz Festival This seven-day festival taps into the talent pool of one of the most innovative and creative genres of music.
Rock 'N' Roll Savannah Marathon and Half Marathon The energy in the Rock 'N' Roll series of marathons is electric (no pun intended) as musicians play all along the race route to keep runners motivated. It's a one-of-a-kind race that is tons of fun for both participants and onlookers alike.
The Olde Pink House Restaurant One of Savannah's most popular restaurants for a reason, this unique experience serves up casual, sophisticated, Lowcountry cuisine; Vic's on the River Upscale Southern dining. Mrs. Wilkes Dining Room The dining experience alone is as enjoyable as the amazing food. Pull up a seat at one of the large tables where strangers that become neighbors and enjoy a different menu every day, Southern family style.
Leopold's;Leopold's can't be called "just ice cream" and like everything else in Savannah, it's steeped in history. Since 1919, this award-winning shop near SCAD has been serving soups, sandwiches, salads and more ... like homemade ice cream.
Activities & Recreation
Forsyth Park is home to one of the most famous structures in all of Savannah, the Forsyth Fountain. This park encompasses more than 30 acres in the middle of the city and has basketball courts, tennis courts, playgrounds and green space galore for picnics or frisbee. Tybee Island If the sand and salt water are calling you, Tybee Island is the place for a quick beach trip, only 20 minutes away from downtown Savannah.
Savannah Dan Tours & Entertainment Take a stroll through our city's history and learn from a southern gentleman about this unique destination.
Oakdale, Highland Park, Sylvan Terrace, Poplar Place/University Place