|Most expensive month:||March|
|Average price in Savannah:||£154/night|
|Cheapest price found:||£41/night|
|Most expensive day:||Thursday|
611 West Oglethorpe Avenue, Savannah, GA, United States
Howard Johnson by Wyndham Savannah GA
17003 Abercorn Street, Savannah, GA, United States
The Cotton Sail Hotel, Tapestry Collection By Hilton
126 West Bay Street, Savannah, GA, United States
17Hundred90 Inn and Restaurant
307 East President Street, Savannah, GA, United States
211 East Gaston Street, Savannah, GA, United States
Andaz Savannah - A Concept By Hyatt
14 Barnard Street, Savannah, GA, United States
Best prices found by HotelsCombined users in the past 24 hours.
Savannah sways to a rhythm of its own, with a deep history connected to the seaport and coastline. It’s a city of riverboats, jazz and reggae music, horse-drawn carriages and lively balcony bars serving mint juleps and crawfish boils. From the cobblestones of River Street to historic architecture in the City Market Square, you’ll feel the lull of yesteryear in this charming Southern city.
River Street is like an invisible magnet drawing you into its tiny strip of charming cafes, open-air bars, galleries and souvenir shops along the Savannah River. Hop aboard the Old Town Trolley for a nostalgic seafront ride or splurge on a horse-drawn carriage and riverboat cruise. Stay into the evening for spicy seafood and cocktails on rooftop bars while saxophone music drifts through the air.
Walk a few blocks over to City Market Square for upscale dining and nightlife at elegant restaurants, such as Belford’s, known for its artfully prepared seafood and steaks. Attractions in the square include Forsyth Park and Telfair Museums, a collection of three historic structures housing priceless American and European artworks.
Savannah National Historic District spans 20 city blocks downtown, boasting Civil War forts, sombre monuments and antebellum mansions. Visit the Gothic-Revival Cathedral of Saint John the Baptist and circa-1820 Davenport House Museum before paying homage to fallen soldiers at Colonial Park Cemetery.
Dining is an event in Savannah, with multiple courses and live blues music stretching for hours. Try the Georgia Low Country Boil at Bernie’s Oyster House or check out craft beer and barbecue at The Distillery. Top off the night with handcrafted cocktails at Circa 1875.
Rental cars are available in downtown Savannah or at the airport, but you can also opt for walking, especially downtown or along the riverfront. Taxis, buses, trolleys and horse-drawn carriages offer plenty of transportation options in Savannah.
When visiting Savannah, consider checking out Historic District - South, Habersham Woods, and Oakdale as some of the most sought after locations.
Hotel Indigo Savannah Historic District (7.2/10 from 2,857 reviews), Kimpton Brice Hotel (7.7/10 from 1,107 reviews), and Hyatt Regency Savannah (8.4/10 from 4,279 reviews) are all highly rated places to stay in Savannah.
Hotel Indigo Savannah Historic District is a hotel near Savannah Historic District that is popular with HotelsCombined users, scoring 7.2 across 2,857 reviews.
For a good hotel near to Forsyth Park, consider Hotel Indigo Savannah Historic District - it is rated 7.2/10 from 2,857 HotelsCombined reviews.
If you’re visiting Savannah International Trade and Convention Center then the nearby Hotel Indigo Savannah Historic District is a popular hotel with HotelsCombined users (2,857 reviews scoring it at an average 7.2/10).
The average price of a hotel in Savannah is £209 per night, based on the last 3 days’ data. The average price of a 4-star hotel in Savannah around is £321 per night, whereas for a 5-star hotel it’s £537 per night.
£44 per night is the cheapest Savannah hotel price found in our data from the last 72 hours.
Over the last 3 days, the starting price of a hotel in Savannah tonight has been as low as £51 and the average price has been £164. If you’d prefer 4-star accommodation, expect to pay at least £131 for this evening.