The Best Hotels to Book Near Bridge House, Albany, Georgia

Few hotels are as cozy as Country Inn & Suites
Few hotels are as cozy as Country Inn & Suites | Courtesy of Country Inn & Suites by Radisson / Expedia
Philipp Meier

It’s only fitting that most Albany history tours start at Bridge House. Designed in the 1850s by Black architect Horace King – who would go on to be recognized as one of the best bridge builders of his time – this piece of Georgia history has led many lives since its construction. Get the full account when you visit – and stay at one of these nearby hotels, bookable on Culture Trip.

1. Merry Acres Inn


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There’s a touch of New Orleans elegance to this hotel, with its double-storied veranda and Victorian-style wrought iron balustrades. Its rooms exude old-world charm, too, with polished floorboards, ornate wooden bed frames and plush armchairs. After a day taking in the area’s historic sights, make like a true Southerner and spend the evening sitting in the warm Georgia air, shooting the breeze over a whisky or two at the hotel’s Manor House pub.

2. Fairfield Inn & Suites Albany

Chain Hotel

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For road-trippers just passing through, this hotel by Route 82 is ideal. Rooms are simple, but super comfortable, with deep pile carpets, big windows and a funky blue, orange and green color scheme. Rise and shine with a workout in the fitness center (or a couple of soothing laps in the outdoor heated pool), before refueling with a complimentary breakfast of cereal, waffles and fresh fruit. Next stop? Wherever the wind takes you.

3. Holiday Inn Express & Suites Albany, an IHG Hotel

Chain Hotel

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It might not be the boutique or luxury experience you’ll get elsewhere, but when it comes to doing the simple things well, this Holiday Inn nails it. Rooms are simple, yet stylish, with wood-surrounded leather headboards, 40-inch flatscreen TVs and plug outlets within reach of your pillow. The complimentary buffet breakfast is a notch above most, with hot options such as cheese omelet, bacon and turkey sausage. Oh, and kids eat free!

5. TownePlace Suites by Marriott Albany

Chain Hotel

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It wouldn’t be a proper Georgia vacation without some BBQ. So you’ll be pleased to hear you can grill and chill to your heart’s content at this hotel, with two huge Weber BBQs available for guests to use. With plates teetering, head on over to the gas-powered fire pit to keep the conversation flowing. Gone a little OTT? No sweat – run off a couple of patties in the hotel’s fitness center, or just swim some laps in its outdoor pool.

6. Red Roof Inn & Suites Albany


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For a bit of old-world style on a shoestring budget, this no-frills hotel puts a big tick in the box. Pinstripe wallpaper, four-poster beds and framed images of hunting scenes hark back to the Victorian era, while things are kept up-to-date with free wifi, large flatscreen TVs and jetted baths. Kick the morning off with a complimentary hot breakfast before jumping in the car for a short, seven-minute drive to the Bridge House.

7. Country Inn & Suites by Radisson, Albany


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Hiding in a quiet corner on the northern fringes of Albany, the Country Inn is a suburban hotel within easy reach of the interstate. Aptly named, this rural-style hotel has a warm atmosphere. Retro armchairs and wood galore make you want to sit by the lobby fireplace before you’ve even checked in, and the nostalgic vibe continues in the carpeted rooms with wooden accents and natural colors. Complete with an indoor pool and tub, and 24-hour business and fitness centers, this relaxed hotel caters to all your work and health requirements.

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