My party and I came in very late around 10:30pm. We were on the first floor. Our room didn't have a remote control for the TV. I walked to the service desk to tell the clerk the remote was missing. He found a remote in the cabinet behind the desk and escorted me back to the room. He insisted on the fact that the remote was somewhere in the room. He turned the TV on and left. I have stayed at this hotel before and I would stay again.
I didn't see an elevator. Had to take ludgage up the stairs. Very difficult. People talking and smoking near my hotel door. I was impress with how clean the room was and the room had everything to make my stay comfortable.
I was looking for a hotel to spend NYE in Savannah. It was a little further from the downtown core than I wanted, but for the price (considering it was New Years Eve) and a cab ride to downtown Savannah was about $25.00 it was definitely worth it. The staff was friendly and helpful and very personable.
Once I checked in and got to my room, 2 dogs in the adjacent room started barking incessantly and continued to do so everytime someone walked past their door. I let the front desk know that it COULD potentially be an issue and just thought I would let them know. It was promptly dealt with as I didn't hear the barking for the rest of my stay.
The staff was very accommodating. The cleanliness of the common areas was OK. Not a friendly looking place. Hotel has been refurbished but not a great job. Tub coating pealed off. Beds not comfortable. Cheap pillows.
Cable with 25in TV sets, HBO. Oglethorpe Mall nearby. Restaurants within walking distance. Senior rooms. Historic district 5 …More
Nice hotel for tourist visit to Savannah area. our family was very comfortable and we felt safe. I hurt my head in an accident unrelated to my stay and the staff was very helpful. I would definitely recommend this hotel.
The 30-acre Forsyth Park separates downtown from midtown. Mansions mix with modest craftsman-style homes in Ardsley Park, the city’s first suburb, circa 1911. Bonaventure Cemetery captivates visitors with its distinct sculpture, architecture, and landscape. On the Isle of Hope, one of Savannah’s island neighborhoods, a tree-lined entrance leads to the colonial ruins of Wormsloe Historic Site.