Select your perfect Georgia vacation destination when you stay at our hotel near the Historic District in Savannah. After a divine sleep in our luxurious rooms, drive just three miles to the largest National Historic Landmark District in the United States.
Transport yourself back to a simpler time in downtown Savannah with cobblestone streets, restored 18th-century homes, and lush shaded gardens. There’s lots to explore in the Historic District, including famous forts from the Civil War era, carefully preserved monuments, and more than 100 restaurants. Experience one of the most beautiful areas in the South when you’re nearby at our Savannah hotel by the Historic District.
With twenty-two city squares, the Savannah Historic District is incredibly walkable. Take a picturesque stroll down charming streets that were laid prior to the American Civil War or wander under the shade of ancient oaks trees in old city parks. Even the doorways of Savannah homes will stop you in your tracks!
If you prefer a bit more speed, zoom through downtown on a Vespa rental from Motorini, which offers lots of different styles and colors of bikes.
You may also prefer to take a Pedicab ride through the district and enjoy the scenery. Similar to a traditional taxi, simply call to order one or hail one down when you see it on the street.
See Savannah by boat! Take a free ferry ride on the Savannah Belles Ferry and see the Historic District from the water. The ferries depart from the Savannah International Trade and Convention Center and are now wheelchair-accessible.
Discover Savannah’s cultural history through art museums and restored home tours! Whether you’re interested in fine art, music, dance, or film, there’s an exhibition for you in Savannah. Here are some of our favorites:
Built in 1818, the Historic Savannah Theatre is the oldest continually operating theatre in the country. Come see their two-hour variety show with a live band, energetic singers, and dynamic comedy acts that work together to create a perfect Southern evening.
The American Prohibition Museum takes guests back to the 1900s when anti-alcohol rallies were a focal point of American politics. Discover immersive displays and exhibits of how Prohibition shaped America's culture and history.
Tour the Andrew Low House and its original mid-nineteenth century garden! Low was the wealthiest man in Savannah in 1828 and his ‘rags to riches’ story has been the source of international intrigue. Explore one of the finest collections of period furnishings, archived photographs, and rare paintings belonging to the Low Family.
Explore some of the most exquisite restaurants in the South! Georgia’s First City is proud to stay true to culinary traditions with elevated flavors and a first-class dining experience.
Sit outside at quaint cafés or treat your loved ones to one of many five-star restaurants. There’s even a riverboat luncheon cruise with a traditional Southern brunch.
While planning your vacation at our hotel near the Savannah Historic District, make your reservations ahead of time!