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Courtyard Savannah Downtown/Historic District in Savannah, GA

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Rating: 3.60

Address: 415 W Liberty St, Savannah, GA, 31401
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Comments (42):

1. Natalie B.
This Courtyard is located on the outer edges of the historic district of Savannah. It is extremely convenient to the main highway as well as the Savannah History Museum. However it isn't the most ideal location to all the attractions in Savannah. Nonetheless, if you don't mind a little walking, this is a lovely property to stay at in Savannah. The garden deck is lovely! The staff is extremely friendly. The rooms are very neat and well maintained. The only downfall is that it can be a little shady walking from the hotel toward the River Street area at night time. Just make sure you are with friends!

24/12/07 | Link | Rating: 4.0
2. C. P.
Meh. This was our first time staying at this hotel, and it was just okay. When we checked in, the ladies at the front desk were short with us and weren't very friendly....they obviously didn't want to be there. Parking was a bit of a hassle since they only offer valet, and when there are a lot of guests coming and going you often have to spend a lot of time waiting for your turn. The valet service itself was okay, although they left our car sitting out front by itself for about an hour (doors unlocked!!!) before parking it one evening (this was after dark...the hotel is located at MLK and Liberty)...we only discovered this because we decided to go across the street to grab a quick bite to eat. The room itself was clean with ample air conditioning (thank goodness because it was unseasonably hot while we were there). I was annoyed when I realized the room did not have a mini fridge...because of this, we couldn't bring back any leftovers when dining out and our drinks got hot the entire trip, but that really wasn't a huge deal. The hotel is conveniently located, which was nice, but use caution when stepping out at night...again, it's located right on MLK Jr. Blvd (which despite how much Savannah has improved over the last few years, is still a somewhat sketchy area). We were approached by panhandlers twice while in this area. We'll probably stay somewhere else next time if possible.

29/06/11 | Link | Rating: 3.0
3. Julie D.
I never met a Marriott that I didn't like and this one is no exception.

The hotel is conveniently located within walking distance of River Street and the City Market as well as being located in the the Historic District.  I parked my car at the hotel and never needed it again, until the end of my stay.  The hotel has a bit of sweet southern charm.  The valet service, front desk and entire staff is professional, plus warm and friendly.  The Marriott has a beautiful lobby where you can relax and make new friends.  The back patio is beautiful and romantically lit in the evening.  My guest room was immaculate and nicely decorated.  It was a very relaxing experience to stay here.

11/03/07 | Link | Rating: 5.0
4. Justin K.
Free coffee, friendly staff, good location.

We stayed here as part of a Southern swing road trip, and were pleasantly surprised by this location.  The rooms are large and spacious, the beds are large and comfy, and the hospitality is warm and friendly.

They also have free coffee, which is a good way to get in my good graces.

Parking is valet only ($12).  I'm led to believe they might have a small crime problem in this neighborhood, since there is no near street parking, and the hotel locks itself down every evening.

The location is this hotel's best asset.  It's at the edge of the historic district (about 10 blocks from the heart of the district), and it's practically across the street from the city's official visitor center and the railroad museum.  It's very easy to catch a trolley tour from the visitor center to see the rest of the city. (See: Oglethorpe Tours)

23/03/09 | Link | Rating: 4.0
5. Mark D.
The staff is wonderful! I truly believe that is what makes, or breaks a hotel, and they are awesome! The location is good, not right in the middle of everything, but we could walk anywhere from the hotel and not be totally exhausted.

02/08/08 | Link | Rating: 4.0
6. Ellie S.
We stayed here November 2008.  We got a good rate through Marriott's friends and family. This hotel is on the outskirts of the historic district but, happens to be right across from the Savannah visitor's center, all the trolley tours and a public parking garage. My recommendation would be to get an $8 parking pass at the Savannah visitor's center across the street that is good at all public parking garages and metered parking areas that are 1 hour or more in all of Savannah. The pass is good for 48 hours. Then tell the hotel you have the pass and they can take off the $12 a day fee. The hotel and staff were very nice. We will definitely stay hear again. If you are looking to stay in the middle of the historic district, this hotel is not for you but, it was an easy walk to many places and a very nice hotel.

24/07/11 | Link | Rating: 4.0
7. Brooke M.
Well where do I start... I am typing this as  I lay in bed on the night before we leave....My husband got some free vouchers for a 2 night stay at a Mariott hotel and they were upgraded passes so we got free breakfast for both days of stay. We were so excited about a quick get away with our sons on Labor Day weekend. First of all we checked in and the front desk person did not take our vouchers. He said to keep until we check out.(Keep in mind this wasnt the first time we used vouchers like this). I thought this was strange but we agreed. He then asked for a credit card to hold in case of accidents...etc... So that was fine... Well a couple minutes later I checked my bank account and $200 was taken out. So we confronted the front desk again(same person) and e said that it was just a hold and it would be put back on there the next day after checkout. Ok fine.... Well we had a great day. The next morning checked our bank account and another $240 was taken out....by now we are furious... You don't mess with my money! So we went and talked to front desk. (This time we spoke with a front supervisor). We explained that now $440 was taken out of our account not as a hold but a transaction. Well long story shirt we talked to the GM and he could not get our bank account to release the funds. It was going to take 7-10 business days to reverse the transaction. Bull crap!!!!!! So after all that the GM offered a $100 gift card so we could go home with some money. Thank goodness so we can get home! But still we are out $440 that we were going to use for fun stuff for us and the kids on vacation and it was ruined by someone that cannot do there job by running my card for a trip that should have been 100% free. Oh and the GM said that the card should've not been ran and the vouchers should have been collected at checkin. If the not so smart person that checked us in knew how to do his job, then I would be going home with a lot more money. I hope my money gets put back in my account ASAP. On a good note,the room is nice,breakfast was good, the staff were friendly, but what they did messing with my money I hope they would realize what it would feel like for me to pull $440 out of their pocket and not give it back for a few days. I grant you that they wouldn't be happy either. If you would like to stay here, just make sure you take any available money out of your account so they can't touch it...then u should be just fine.....signed broke and furious

01/09/13 | Link | Rating: 1.0
8. Carlos L.
Staff was good, Manager Sylvia is totally useless. Avoid the restaurant, they do not know the basics and do not seem to care. The location of the hotel is good, close to the DOT stops, couple of attractions, walking distance to some good food spots. Valet is a rip-off but I guess parking in Savannah is a commodity. Run of the mill courtyard.

11/04/09 | Link | Rating: 3.0
9. Ian P.
Nice and clean with comfortable beds.  The walls between rooms are super thin so you get to listen to you neighbor's TV and hear when they take a shower. Also wifi signal is pretty weak.

14/09/11 | Link | Rating: 3.0
10. Flo S.
The hotel is conveniently located close to the historic district.  The room was nice and clean though rather small. The staff was very friendly. What is not convenient is the Valet parking. I dislike having to call down and wait ten minutes for the car each time. The cost is $15 a day- something they don't tell you when you reserve on line. I found out only while checking in. Also,  I prefer the freedom of going down to my car anytime I feel like it.The Breakfast is not free and certainly not something to write home about though not bad. Will do more research on other hotels in the area the next time I visit.

10/07/13 | Link | Rating: 3.0
11. Michelle P.
Mmmmm... Wonderful hotel.

I stayed here for business.  The conference rooms were decent, the conference food was well done, the staff at the hotel were friendly and helpful.  I found the business center useful and convenient.  The ladies in the bar were a zany hoot.  The beds were comfy and rooms were warm with nice toiletries.

But, truthfully, the best part of this hotel was location, location, location... these are things I would not want my business partners to necessary know, but post-conference, this hotel is walking distance to get your drink & boogie on!  

Blocks away from shopping and great bars like Jinx and The Bar Bar (no that's not a typo), just down the way from Corleone's Trattoria, a short walk from the river front... and the best news?  When you have had your fill of drink... you can WALK home!  I love a safe and convenient downtown area.

22/06/08 | Link | Rating: 4.0
12. Duncan M.
Nice Courtyard hotel.....staff was friendly and nice and had a lovely garden and pool area and enjoyed our stay here well enough.  Was not the Top but not to bottom either.  Good value for the money.

21/04/12 | Link | Rating: 3.0
13. shawn r.
It was a really nice hotel with very helpful staff.

The concierge, Karen, is very committed to helping you enjoy Savannah.

I have to say that the staff in the restaurant in the hotel don't want to be there and you can tell.

The one biggest thing I have to say that I thought was a negative mark, was having to pay for the internet in the business center, and using a broken down browser to do so.

But in the end, it's just another chain hotel.

29/03/11 | Link | Rating: 3.0
14. Kelly S.
Room was fine, price was right. I wouldn't stay here again, if I could help it.

09/01/13 | Link | Rating: 3.0
15. Kari S.
This is a conveniently located and comfortable hotel. The staff is pleasant and the room is acceptable, although the interior of the hotel could use a bit of polish.

For me, the only real negative was parking -- they offer valet only. I don't like to valet park, I don't like waiting for the valet or in general, to have strangers in my car. Note that I really, really DISLIKE valet parking.

Only adding to my dislike was the line of well over 10 cars (waiting for ONE valet attendant on shift) when I pulled up on Saturday afternoon. It caused me brief waves of distress (additionally, I felt an urgent need to pee and it was making me cranky). And so, instead of waiting, I found public parking spot nearby and came bounding into the lobby. However, public parking is not easy to come by and this hotel does not have sufficient charm to compensate for what I consider a fatal flaw.

21/03/11 | Link | Rating: 3.0
16. Jamie L.
We stay at the Marriott every time we visit Savannah.  It's centrally located, across the street from the Welcome and Transportation Center (Which is where you hop on the tours and trolleys.)  It's in the gorgeous Historic District of Savannah, and well within walking distance to most anything you'll want to see in Savannah.

The hotel is very Southern Elegant in decor, with printed wallpapers, window treatments, and wall sconces.  The front desk staff is always cheerful and welcoming, and the bellstaff go out of their way and really earn their tips.  (It was the bellman who pointed us to a "Local" Soul Food joint just up MLK Boulevard that was just fantastic.)

The rooms are spacious, with large windows, and insanely comfy beds.  There is also a large flatscreen TV, free High-Speed Internet, and a desk/sitting area.  Seriously, though, the beds are AMAZING.

The courtyard in the rear is a nice place to chill, with a pool and chaise lounges, but the view north is a bit... shall we say... "Old Savannah."  While I found it part of the charm, and ran out to photograph the crumbling buildings and bent wrought iron gates and fire escapes, some might find it "dilapidated" or "ghetto."  (Side Note:  Savannah itself is a quirky juxtaposition of Southern Gothic Charm and Run Down, Rotting History.  It's fascinating.)

Their prices are definitely right, for a business-class hotel with great service that's right where you want to be, you can find rates near $60 a night.

I guess that's why we keep coming back.

19/12/09 | Link | Rating: 4.0
17. Erin H.
I still cannot get over how friendly everyone is here. Every single employee that walked by would go out of their way to greet you and ask if you needed anything. There are a few hotels closer to downtown but for this price the extra walk is worth it. Besides you can park for free downtown if its the weekend. The only thing that bugged me was in order to use the laundry facilities you needed quarters and there was not anywhere convenient to get change.

09/09/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
18. Randy S.
Love the new lobby and room renovation the only place I stay while in Savannah.

23/04/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
19. Amy F.
We generally enjoyed our stay.  The courtyard and pool area is charming and seemed to be secure but the run down area behind it is a little creepy.  The hotel employees go out late at night to smoke and prop the gate open which made me feel a bit unsafe.

Parking was limited but valet is reasonably priced.

It's within walking distance of all the cool places to go near the river and the historic neighborhoods.  The walk to the river is a bit of a hike but not terrible.

There are more expensive hotel properties that are closer to everything but I'd stay at this Marriott again.

08/01/12 | Link | Rating: 4.0
20. Scott S.
We had a great stay at this hotel! Very nice for the money. (We paid $146.) Great furnishings, very classy. A great location, just a short walk (or bike taxi!) to the City Market Arts District and River Walk. Amazing architecture in Savannah, with TONS of great restaurants and galleries. I look forward to staying there again!

12/08/13 | Link | Rating: 4.0
21. Moraima D.
Nice hotel!! Great location, walking distance to River St.
For the price you can't compare to others around that are way more expensive.
Nice and clean with very comfortable rooms.
We got a better price right there at the hotel than anything else online.
Very friendly staff as well!

09/10/12 | Link | Rating: 4.0
22. Chris W.
This is the 1st time I have ever stayed at this paricular hotel in Savannah.  It is 8 years old, and still in great shape, carpet a little worn in the room but all else is modern, clean, and in good shape.  The rate was very good, so frees up more money for more important things like cocktails and snacks down by the river.

I have stayed at several hotels in Savannah over the last 10 years, I have to say this one is equal or better, but at about 1/2 the cost as some of the others like the Marriott on the river, which is old and run down in comparison.

16/06/11 | Link | Rating: 4.0
23. Ting S.
staff was friendly. Price is low - which is good.
Valet parking is reasonable priced....

BUT they dont offer one-time free toothbrush....

21/12/12 | Link | Rating: 3.0
24. Brandon K.
It's is remodeled but rooms were halfway done. New carpet and paint but old furniture and beds. Owner got greedy.

19/11/13 | Link | Rating: 3.0
25. Jason H.
Service was attentive and concierge was adequate. Rooms were nothing too fancy but price point was perfect -- and for ~$100 a night you really can't complain. If you feel like spending a little more, I'd suggest getting the suite (I paid an extra $20) and it is more room than we knew what to do with. Included a balcony, huge room (with desk, sitting area, etc), and a massive and separately doored living room. Probably total size was 2-3x that of a normal room for an extra $20, seemed worthwhile. Also I was surprised by the lack of free toothbrush, but after a call to the front desk they sent two up from their internal store free of charge.

Short walk to anywhere you need to be in Savannah as well. Across from the Distillery and a very quick morning stroll to Gallery Espresso.

05/03/13 | Link | Rating: 4.0
26. Er B.
Great location, convenient to much of Savannah's offering.  Staff was friendly, the place was pretty quiet.  We had a room on the top floor, at the corner of MLK and Liberty Street. Very spacious and had a gorgeous view of the bridge. It was a bit noisy late into in the evening (truck traffic on MLK), but it did not cause a sleepless night.  

Parking is valet-only at a cost of $14/day with unlimited in/out. Staff was nice, our room was clean and comfortable.  

Across the street is a great beer bar, The Distillery, and the bartender there had nice things to say about the Marriott staff.  Right around the corner is also a great beer bar--the Crystal Beer Palace. Check it out.  

We decided to stop in the restaurant for breakfast on the morning of our departure--it is a limited buffet (think continental plus) and not quite worth the price tag.

20/02/13 | Link | Rating: 4.0
27. Carol H.
We have stayed at this hotel five or six times. Will never go back .  Terrible customer service from the manager down to the bartender.  Room dirty, loud traffic noise, on and on a bad experience.

07/09/14 | Link | Rating: 1.0
28. Mike B.
If there was an option for zero stars, I would choose that. I had a very bad experience at this hotel. I stayed for seven nights.

Firstly the room layout is very poorly designed. The sink mirror is so far away that you have to shave using the closet mirror. The sink lighting is also very poor, distant, and dim making it difficult to get ready. The toilet never stops flushing unless you take off the top and pull up the bladder. The bathroom ceiling light fixture would violently fall off every night, waking me up and cracking the tiles on the ground. Of course the cleaning person reinstalls it each day so when I'm in the bathroom I have to protect my head incase it fell on me.

The condition of the room was awful. The AC smelled like potent mildew. I could smell the mattress through the sheets (a mixture of body odor and mold). The pillows were old and uncomfortable. The bedspread had spots of dried blood on one side. The TV remote was crusty. It looked like it had never been cleaned. The carpet was gross, I had to walk around in sandals because I would find toenail clippings from previous guests stuck to the bottom of my feet.

They said it was one of the best rooms in the hotel so I can't even imagine the others. You're supposed to call ten minutes ahead for valet in the morning, except they are so understaffed that they rarely answer the phone. If you continue to call, it transfers to the concierge where they answer and hang up immediately just to stop the phone from ringing. This means you have to be in the lobby at least fifteen minutes ahead of when you would normally leave to try and flag down a valet driver to get your car.

I happened to break the handset on the phone. They charged me $250. I went back to the hotel to attempt a negotiation with the hotel manager a more reasonable price. She began the conversation with an arrogant and condescending approach as if I were a criminal, not a customer. I mentioned that I spent over $1200 over the past week at her hotel and she proceeded to tell me that's irrelevant because my company was going going to reimburse me. She then said I was trying to "strongarm" and "intimidate" her? She then pulled the feminism card, saying she doesn't appreciate when men treat her like a woman. This came out of nowhere. She then threatened to call the police so I could answer for the phone's broken handset. Really?? She refused to help me. After about a half hour of her finger-pointing and threats, she ended up reluctantly agreeing to charge me $50 for the broken handset. I left with a horrible taste in my mouth feeling abused and beat down. I was shocked how poorly she handled the situation, especially from a professional standpoint. I will never be returning to this Marriott, and potentially any Marriott for that matter.

07/10/14 | Link | Rating: 1.0
29. Jan G.
This hotel is in a great location, within walking or a short driving distance of Savannah's famed historic district. Its luxuriant courtyard and pool are a lovely oasis in the middle of the city. I particularly liked the friendly, very capable staff. Upon learning about my birthday, the check in clerk pleasantly surprised me by upgrading my room to a spacious suite. Breakfast was delightful because of the friendly, knowledgeable servers, Jerrylean and Michelle, who never left our cups unfilled. A concierge booked our restaurant reservation in less than a minute. They made a big birthday very special. I really appreciated it. Thank you, Jan G. St. Simons Island, GA

10/08/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
30. Matt D.
At checkin we were told no parking except on the street which was full. Only other option $15 for valet. Rooms small and outdated with bathrooms from 70's. Mini fridge empty and had to go to the "mini market" downstairs. Felt more like a hostal than a hotel. Location is ok but a bit of a walk honestly. Try another hotel in the area if u can. Clean comfy beds but that's all.

16/11/13 | Link | Rating: 1.0
31. Dina H.
We stayed two nights passing through on our way home from Florida. The hotel is situated in a nice location convenient to everything. We found the accommodations very comfortable and were especially thankful for their very comfortable bed.
The staff at this location are wonderful! So professional and courteous. Everyone from the front desk to the housekeeping took the time to greet us and ask us if we needed anything. I don't know if it's a management thing or a southern hospitality thing but they have it right 100%!

26/11/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
32. J L.
I arrived at 11 pm and they were sold out.  The staff were so great that they found a room where the carpet was drying after some spilled water and they gave me this room.  It meant so much to me be able to sleep after a day of travel.  The room was beautiful.  Thank you!!

10/12/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
33. John R.
It's a Marriott. It's a Courtyard by Marriott. WiFi is free if you do not mind it being a little pokey but I have been to other places that make the free service seem fast here. The rooms are clean and the beds are comfortable. The area off the lobby is large enough to burn time comfortably if you have a late flight out of town and car retrieval is pretty quick for valet parking.

The location is really good for almost anything SCAD and of course Savannah itself is a wonderful city to explore.

15/09/13 | Link | Rating: 4.0
34. Melanie C.
This hotel is absolutely gorgeous.  It looked like it was created by one of HGTV's great designers- everything was so beautiful!  Bed and pillows were really comfy and the staff was friendly and helpful.

Location is a few blocks from where all the restaurants are but if know Savannah, you know you will be walking a lot.  I personally like the walk because it's beautiful, gives you a chance to see the  city and lets me burn off some of those calories I'm sure to consume while there!!  The hotel was one of the most beautiful I've ever seen, and I've stayed in some 5 star $300+/per night places.  They also offered free sweet tea, flavored water and coffee throughout the day which I thought was nice.

The only negative was that there wasn't a huge amount of counter space near the bathroom sink, but it wasn't a huge deal.  Oh, and the only parking at the hotel is valet and it's expensive.  Luckily, we were told that there is a lot of street parking nearby (very very close) and the city doesn't check the meters on the weekend, so we parked for free the whole trip.

07/08/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
35. Da Vman V.
Staff was great , rooms clean, I would like to personally say thank you to Frances who took very good care of our group of 16 for 2 nights . She had our conference room cleaned & prepped with coffee & drinks & snacks. During the evening she covered for the bartender who was out on maternity leave then coming back in early in the morning to set up our room again . She actually followed up with us to make sure everything was ok. Frances is a rock star !

10/12/14 | Link | Rating: 4.0
36. Laurie M.
Nice hotel with a nice location for getting around. The beds do need to be replaced as they are way to soft but other than that, very nice. the concierge lady, Sharon?, was so pleasant and loved booking our tours with her

14/07/14 | Link | Rating: 4.0
37. Francesco C.
Great place for the whole family!

Unfortunately it rained during our short stay.
Otherwise, not only the rooms are very clean and roomy, but the whole area was a nice place to experience.
The grounds had a couple of awesome pools with slides.  
The beach wasn't too far to walk to.
The location was exclusive all you need at your grounds.

08/01/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
38. Stacy P.
If you're going to visit Savannah, be sure you stay in the Historic District. Even if you pay a bit more for your hotel, you'll save time since you can walk to pretty much everything.

The Courtyard fits that bill, and it's a beautiful hotel. It's not huge - five floors, I think - and the lobby and rooms are beautifully decorated. I uploaded several pictures to help you decide if this is the place for you. The location really is wonderful. You are within walking distance to several bars and restaurants, one block from the Old Savannah Tour trolley stop, and a 10 or 15 minute stroll from popular tourist attractions like the Mercer-Williams house.

As for the hotel itself, it'd be five stars if the staff picked it up a notch. Generally, I found the staff here wasn't quite up to the standard I expect from Marriott, but no huge problems. They could be a bit dismissive and borderline rude at times, but oh well. Savannah is easy to navigate, so hopefully you don't need to rely on Marriott's employees here too much.

The room I was in was a standard king, and also had a couch, desk, and flat screen. Bathroom was fine - nothing special (and the floor could have used a bit more attention...). Whomever Marriott hired to do the decorating in this hotel is a keeper. Everything is classy and beautiful, from the dressers to the little decorative pillows on the couch in the room.

No restaurant in the hotel, but there is a bar and lounge area. Still, if you're in Savannah, spend as little time in the hotel as possible - it's an amazing, beautiful, richly historic city!

07/09/13 | Link | Rating: 4.0
39. Meghan M.
The hotel was clean and efficient.  About a 15 minute walk from both Forsyth Park and River Street.  Valet parking was never an issue.  Don't bother to eat breakfast there. There are plenty of decent coffee shops and cafes nearby. The front desk can get backed up, especially during prime check-in and check-out times.Overall, I'd stay again.  It was decently priced, clean, and well located.  We didn't spend much time in our room as we were busy exploring the city!

05/05/15 | Link | Rating: 4.0
40. Ben B.
This is my first Yelp review.  I'm a long time Marriott rewards member and have been very loyal to Marriott, in particular the Courtyard product.  I travel for work a great deal and stay at a Marriott 2 to 3 times a month.  This is literally the first bad experience i've had with a Marriott.  The lady checking me in was too busy eating her lunch and checking her cell phone to check anyone in.  Forget anything complimentary, a small bottle of water at the front desk will cost you $3.00, i would hate to think what anything else costs.  The "workout room" looks like something out of the 1980's.  The hotel room was humid and there is constant traffic noise.  I will be coming to Savannah again but not staying here.  There is a Springhill Suites one block closer to the river.

20/05/15 | Link | Rating: 2.0
41. Carrie B.
I was going to Savannah for the first time and had no idea where to stay. I looked at a map because I wanted to be close to the action where I could walk a lot. My budget wasn't big, so this place fit that also. The location ended up being really good. I could be down by the river by walking in about 15 minutes. Also, it was right by the Savannah Visitor's center, so I just went a few steps and was able to buy a ticket and jump on the trolley.
**Big tip: at the hotel you can pay $18 to valet. Which isn't bad, but I learned from some fellow travelers that you could park at the Savannah Visitor's Center for "Free" if I think you bought a trolley ticket. I don't remember the exact deal but a lot less than $18 a day. Plus they said it was super safe! The valet was way too slow! Only one girl out of the whole crew was busting her butt to try to make it run smoothly. That was annoying the morning I was trying to get out of Savannah. I waited for like 20 minutes to get my car which was annoying!
Everything in the hotel is modern which I like but it kind of disguises problems. But, honestly I was barely in my room, so it was fine!
The wi-fi was slow, but free. I didn't like that they made you pay $11 for breakfast, so I just found my own around town. I would rather do that anyway.
All around though it was a fine hotel. It was affordable and like I said a very good location. Savannah is a wonderful city and if you're like me you won't be in your hotel much.

02/01/15 | Link | Rating: 3.0
42. Katie G.
I enjoyed my short stay here in the historic district of Savannah. This hotel is in a prime location within walking distance of the beautiful historic homes, brick sidewalks. and quaint squares of Historic Savannah.

The valet service takes forever here and seemed to be a bit poorly organized. They left the keys to another guest's car in the cup holder of our car. A potential huge inconvenience to another guest! Luckily - they didn't need their car in the short time we were gone.

The lobby is spotless, well decorated, and cozy. I loved sitting by the fire as I happened to be in Savannah during a cold snap. The front desk staff was very friendly and accommodating. My room was also spotless and well decorated. The bed was IMMENSELY comfortable!

I didn't try the breakfast buffet myself - but I heard mixed reviews on the waffles :)

I would definitely stay here again.

04/03/15 | Link | Rating: 4.0