The Days Inn was a good value considering it is the peak season in Savannah.The staff was very friendly.I was allowed to check in a few minutes early.On the negative side,the remote "skipped" channels.Condensation from the air conditioner caused a musty smell in the room.
Forget the chain hotels and try a charming nostalgic hotel. A few dozen suite rooms facing an interior courtyard. Fountains, wroght iron, sitting areas, chess boards, and books for browsing fill in the plaza and it's where you'll have breakfast or get a cup of coffee when your tired. The rooms are lovely, spacious, quiet and restful. The front desk staff can only be described as gracious. The rooms are older but don't seem shabby in the least. Access is easy and lots of dining and shopping in the area.
The rate was great and the staff was very cooperative and friendly. The room, beds, and other facilities was very good. My only complaint is the shower was out of date and needed work. The towels and washcloths were worn and cheap. I would stay there again.
Well online it said they had fridge and microwave in our features we were paying for. But neither was in the room. Clerk said I had to pay extra but heck I paid the top price and never got any of that.
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.