Your Guide to Savannah's Hotels
From historic stays like The Presidents' Quarters Inn to haunted hotels like the Kehoe House, you'll be sure to find the right hotel for your stay in Savannah.
The story goes that Mary Marshall’s father, a French cabinetmaker, built the Marshall House in 1851 as Savannah’s first hotel, before it was seized by Union troops to use as a hospital during the Civil War. Today, the restored 68-room inn is a luxury landmark on Broughton Street with its green shutters and 16-bay wrought-iron veranda.
Rising nine stories above River Street, the Bohemian Hotel offers a new waterfront vantage point. There’s plush upholstery and bold art, and everything feels larger than life. This is the place to be seen, with hopeful sunset-watchers waiting in line to get to the rooftop lounge for cocktails and twilight views of the Savannah River and Talmadge Memorial Bridge.
Unexplained sounds of footsteps at the Kehoe House are some of the hauntings reported at this elegant 1892 mansion where a prominent family of 10 once lived.
Andaz brings a sexy edge to the historic city, with mod-urban music in the lobby and a cocktail bar that glows, just off restored Ellis Square.