Whether you're visiting for a few days, a month, or looking for an interim relocation or temporary housing solution, our studio suites feature living, dining and sleeping areas. All rooms feature plenty of work space, a fully-equipped kitchen, flat panel televisions with DVD players, as well as on-site guest laundry, wireless high-speed Internet access, pool, hot tub, fitness center, business center with printing capabilities, gourmet coffee bar served Monday thru Friday, and professionals who go out of their way to make you feel like you are at home.
Company Info: Rating: 2.22
Address: 5511 Abercorn St., Savannah, GA, 31405
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1. Berry J.
Hairs everywhere inberween the sheets! Freaked me out!! The comforter was so old and gross I immediately took it off. Underneath was an ok velour type blanket. More black hairs caught up on the hairdryer hanging on the wall and one laying across the sink and in the tub. All the nicer hotels in the area were booked for the night so we had no choice. We asked for replacement sheets and had to strip the bed first to get them in an exchange... the new ones I didn't find a hair on and I inspected them sooo closely. On the plus side it was only 50 some dollars a night, and that wasn't a discount or anything.
The lobby stinks when you walk in and the elevator has a horrible smoke smell. You get what you pay for I guess.
08/04/10 | Link
| Rating: 1.0
2. J K.
TLDR: Don't stay here.
Pros: Cheap, kitchen, convenient location, nice staff, clean rooms
Cons: hardest bed you will sleep on on your life. Seriously. Your vacation will be somewhat ruined by sleeping on these beds. TVs are from 2000 and have no av or hdmi inputs. Forget about bringing your roku or labtop to hook up to the tv to watch Netflix.
If you do stay here, bring a sleeping bag or inflatable mattress. Seriously.
06/07/12 | Link
| Rating: 2.0
3. Sara D.
Without exaggeration, THE WORST hotel experience EVER. And unlike some of the previous reviewers, we paid well over $70 to stay here. We stayed here on a Saturday overnight. We had booked it through Tuesday, but after one night here we went screaming to another hotel. Here's the rundown:
-The room was dirty. The refrigerator was rusty, there were long hairs on the bathroom counter and floor, the headboard/desk/tv/console/side tables were covered in dust. That's just what was visible with the naked eye, so thinking about other things that were unseen completely squicked me out.
-We requested a non-smoking room and were told that was what we had, but our room reeked of smoke and had an ash tray on the desk.
-The walls are paper-thin. So much so that we could hear people across the hall talking in their room with both of our doors shut
-This became a problem later when, for some everloving reason, several hotel patrons (or maybe not? I'm still not sure where these people came from) decided to have a LOUD party in the parking lot. It started around 12:30 a.m. People were loudly talking/yelling/cursing, drinking outside, and blaring bass from their cars. After an hour it became clear that no one from Extended Stay America was going to do anything to stop this from happening. We called the police, who came by and told the parking lot partiers to be quiet. They turned their music off after that, but continued to loudly carry on till about 6 a.m. We froze ourselves with the air conditioner, just trying to keep it on to drown them out, but it didn't work. Suffice to say, we got no sleep that night.
My expectations for hotels aren't very high. A clean place to sleep is pretty much all I ask for. I didn't get a clean room, and I sure as hell didn't get any sleep at this establishment. The worst thing of all, was the flippant attitude of the front desk upon checkout. You'd think they'd care that we cancelled our remaining 3 reserved nights, or perhaps offer us a refund for the horrible night we spend there. Nope. My advice is to avoid this place like the plague. We went next door the Hampton Inn for the rest of our stay, which was QUIET, CLEAN, cheaper, and gave us free breakfast every morning. If you're visiting Savannah, I recommend staying there. Or really, anywhere but here.
30/03/12 | Link
| Rating: 1.0
4. J D.
Hey it's 50-70 a night almost always. What did you expect the Ritz or the W?
Full size fridge / freezer
Sink in kitchen
Did I mention cheap?
$4.99 wifi TOTAL no matter how long you stay. Wow!
Walking distance to a LOT of restaurants, Fresh Market, cupcake store, etc
3.9 miles from historic downtown
15 miles from beach
Bed is hard as they come without sleeping on the floor
Desk staff is umm. Well. Nice? But not the sharpest knife in the drawer
Had to change rooms at checkin (@3am when we arrived) it smelled like smoke. 2nd room was great
They put us down as no show Because of our 3am arrival. Uh. Hello. I booked at 10pm...did you expect me to walk in the door right then?
Only two vending machines for food/snacks.
All in all good for what it is. If you stay more than a night pick somewhere else with a pool, breakfast, etc
19/12/11 | Link
| Rating: 2.0
5. Jason B.
Stayed here for one night during SSU homecoming weekend. The rooms were renovated and very nice. I originally booked one room with 2 double beds but they didn't have any of those available. I was able to get 2 rooms with one queen bed for the same price. That worked for me. The hotel is in a great location on Abercorn. It is less than 5 minutes from CVS. I would stay there again.
22/10/14 | Link
| Rating: 4.0
6. Edward W.
Yep Yelp this hotel is definitely a two star hotel. What is the purpose of a kitchen if there aren't basic pots or pans? Previous Yelp reviews said dishes and pans- this is untrue today- cupboard were all empty. The staged room picture posted shows a toaster & coffee maker in the room- our room did not have these small appliances. The fridge didn't work- the freezer kept our milk moderate cool. We put items that normally go in the fridge in the freezer, nothing froze. Cable went out around 6:30 PM came on a bit later. The breakfast selection is pointless, again the stage picture posted here on Yelp looks nothing like what they offer as items. Plastic wrapped apples. If you plan on using an Extended Stay America make sure you pack some pans along with your pillows. Who has room for pans in their vehicle?
Noted: the staff was extremely friendly, and the room was surprising very clean. The outside parking lot was unkept with a bunch of broken glass and litter. I blame poor ownership on conditions of the parking lot and room appliance, it doesn't appear to be a priority. No security cameras in the parking lot. As we were loading & leaving a man walking the parking lot ask us for our food- he didn't appear homeless, he was well dress.
19/07/14 | Link
| Rating: 2.0
7. Mary T.
So, I'll give you a rundown of the place. I picked this location off priceline's 'express deals'. Extremely cheap, so I thought "what the hell!" Well, when I arrived they told me they'd ran out of queen bedrooms so I'd have to resort to a double bed full size room. NOT happy!
Next, after conversing with my companion and the receptionist (who was on her personal damn cell phone - I come from a customer service background & that was absolute horror for me to see), I decided to stay. The room itself was alright. The beds were comfortable enough. The bathroom light didn't work and the refrigerator looked really old. Ehh...
While it APPEARS to be newly renovated, this Extended Stay has some ways to go in order to be able to compete with the Marriotts and Hiltons down the street.
The room sufficed for what it was & for the price. It's pretty close to where you need to be. It also isn't drastically far from the river.
I may stay here again if I could get the same under $50 rate I got this time with the guarantee of a queen/king room; but I would also pay the $100/night to be in the utmost comfort.
All in all - you get what you pay for.
18/10/14 | Link
| Rating: 2.0
8. Gene B.
The lady at the front desk was very pleasant, professional and helpful.
The room however, leaves lots to be desired. A non-smoking room that reeks of cigarettes, with two tiny beds that look like they were made by a disgruntled 9 year old, all for $145/night. I'll pass next time.
21/05/15 | Link
| Rating: 2.0
9. Paige R.
Room was clean! Reception was a little slow but overall, fit my needs. Right across the street there is a Publix, shopping, and restaurants, including Bonefish Grille, and it's about 10-15 minutes to the Historic Downtown area!
11/04/15 | Link
| Rating: 4.0