Let’s look at the Best Of Savannah, Georgia City Centre Hotels for your weekend away in this amazing state.Life is like a box of chocolates, and that is what you will find in Savannah, Georgia. Tom Hanks said these immortal words sitting in Chippewa Square, and it makes you wonder whether he was also referring to this city. The streets in the Historic District have natural archways of oak trees, creating a romantic tunnel. The cobblestone roads and buildings on River Street are original and an excellent way to see what Savannah used to be like. However, the city has its other side. Savannah, built on Indian burial grounds, has people believing that the city is haunted.
Here are some of the best luxury hotels in Savannah.
DoubleTree by Hilton Historic Savannah
The beautiful DoubleTree by Hilton Historic Savannah is in the very popular Historic Downtown. It is close to the First African Baptist Church and the popular Forsyth Park. The hotel is next to the Savannah City Market and within walking distance to Franklin Square. Enjoy being greeted at the hotel with typical southern charm and a freshly baked, chocolate chip cookie. Enjoy a meal at the hotels John Ryan’s Bistro or a refreshing drink at John Ryan’s Pub.
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Andaz Savannah – a concept by Hyatt
The Andaz Savannah – a concept by Hyatt enjoys an ideal location in the Historic District. It is close to Ellis Square, City Market, and River Street. The hotel prides itself on it southern charm and friendliness to its guests. From the hotel, enjoy views of the fountain in the historic Ellis Square. It is across the road from the iconic Mabel’s macaroon shop. This state of the art hotel is a lovely juxtaposition to the surrounding cobblestone streets of the Historic District. Enjoy a Southern meal and drinks at 22 Square Restaurant.
Mansion on Forsyth Park, Autograph Collection
The Mansion on Forsyth Park, Autograph Collection overlooks the 30 acres of parkland, which is a very popular place for local people to gather. Set in the park is the stunning fountain, constructed in 1858. The hotel itself was a mansion built in 1888 and restored to its current grandeur. It is ideal for visiting the iconic sites of Savannah. The hotel has a very popular program of cookery classes at 700 Drayton Restaurant. If you don’t feel like walking, then you can catch a trolley to explore the city.
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Other Savannah Hotels
The Bohemian Hotel Savannah Riverfront, Autograph Collection is also in the in Historic Downtown, close to the United States Customhouse and Forsyth Park. Johnson Square. If you want another location, then the Westin Savannah Harbor Resort & Spa is located Hutchinson Island, on the Savannah River. This waterfront hotel has a ferry service that takes you in and out of the city. It is next to the next to the Savannah International Trade and Convention Center making it a perfect base for business travelers. With a PGA championship golf course, this hotel attracts golfers from all over the world.
Savannah is an amazing city full of surprises.