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The 10 Best Hotels in Midtown, Savannah
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The 10 Best Hotels in Midtown, Savannah

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Updated: 6 July 2018
With so many beautiful historic houses in Savannah, visitors should take advantage of the abundant array of hotels and bed and breakfasts in town. There is something for every guest, from pools, lush gardens, ornate rooms to Southern breakfast spreads. Each of these hotels in Midtown will provide a romantic and cozy getaway after a full day of activities.

Mansion on Forsyth

The Mansion on Forysth is not only a luxurious hotel; the property also offers some of the best dining in town, cooking classes, rooftop and piano lounge bars, and easy access to Forsyth park. There are over 125 rooms in this Victorian AAA Four-Diamond hotel. Exploring the mansion is an activity in of itself. With over 400 original artwork pieces, Versace furniture, Verona marble, and exquisite chandeliers, this hotel easily stands out from the rest in Savannah.

Mansion on Forsyth, 700 Drayton St, Savannah, GA, USA +1 912 238 5158

Azalea Inn

In the heat and thick humidity of Savannah, a bed and breakfast with a pool is always ideal. Azalea Inn may have this modern amenity, but the surrounding indigenous gardens and suites represent how a inn would be groomed in 1885 Savannah. The bed and breakfast includes rooms, suites, and villas that can accommodate wedding, business, or private parties. Other perks include a poolside grill, all day coffee and tea, evening wine socials, and a 3-course breakfast served at three different times each morning.

Azalea Inn, 217 E Huntingdon St, Savannah, GA, USA +1 912 236 6080

Dresser Palmer House

The Dresser Palmer House was built in 1876 and has been owned by several families since its formation. Now, the historic landmark is the ideal inn to have a wedding or weekend getaway. With 16 rooms, the bed and breakfast is larger than most in the area. The interior of the inn encompasses vibrant and plush furnishings with a piano parlor and stately bar. Outdoor staircases, courtyards, fountains, and seating areas are all hidden within a lush garden oasis. Guests will feel like they stepped into a Tuscan-style paradise with all the flowers, vines, and colorful ironwork on the Dresser Palmer grounds.

Dresser Palmer House, 211 E Gaston St, Savannah, GA, USA +1 912 238 3294

Forsyth Park Inn

Very few Savannah bed and breakfasts can boast front views of Forsyth Park. Forsyth Park Inn can say this and so much more. The inn has 12-foot windows, a private courtyard garden, 12 rooms, Forsyth park picnic packages, evening hors d’oeuvres, and wedding packages. Don’t forget to try the delectable breakfast spread, which includes eggs Benedict, fruit-stuffed french toast, eggs, grits, and biscuits.

Forsyth Park Inn, 102 W Hall St, Savannah, GA, USA +1 912 233 6800

McMillan Inn

With a private pool and just a short walk from Forsyth Park, McMillan Inn offers all the right amenities to make a Savannah trip romantic and memorable. The inn includes four rooms and a master suite carriage house with a kitchen and Jacuzzi. The inn and property represent the Victorian renaissance period with its ornate décor and furnishings.

McMillan Inn, 304 E Huntingdon St, Savannah, GA, USA +1 912 201 2128

Sanctuary Place Inn

Sanctuary Place Inn offers a unique bed and breakfast experience in Savannah. Unlike most other inns in Savannah, Sanctuary offers a very modern, open space within its Tudor style confines. Guests will be pleasantly surprised by the amount of modern amenities in this inn where contemporary lofts, kitchens, gardens, and rooms blend well with trendy furniture and glass-stained windows. Sanctuary includes two lofted rooms and two larger suites.

Sanctuary Place Inn, 202 W Duffy St, Savannah, GA, USA +1 912 224 7072

Park Avenue Manor

This unforgettable pink Victorian style inn pays close attention to detail and service. The inside is beautifully decorated with flowers and antique furniture, while the outdoor gazebo has shade for relaxing and socializing. The 8:30 hot breakfast includes courses of coffee, fruit, and hot dishes. The two parlors also offer sherry and brownies all day after breakfast. Guests can enjoy all of these services for $200, and even less in the off season. There is a total of four rooms.

Park Avenue Manor, 107-109 W Park Avenue, Savannah, GA, USA +1 912 233 0352

Galloway House

Located in a stately white house on 35th street, the Galloway House demands attention from any passerby or visitor. This romantic home offers plenty of privacy and conveniences. The house allows no children under the age of 12 (except newborns), and its dog policy has deemed it one of the most popular pet friendly B&Bs in the country by All Pets News. The four large suites come with light breakfast options in each kitchen and a complimentary bottle of wine.

Galloway House, 107 E 35th St, Savannah, GA, USA +1 912 658 4419

Roussell’s Garden Inn

Roussell’s garden sanctuary provides guests with a sunny outdoor space among magnolia trees, flowers, bamboo, wisteria vines, orange, fig, lemon, and plum trees. This flourishing garden is the highlight for guests who want to enjoy a patio dinner or whimsical outdoor wedding. Roussell’s has four quaint rooms that are complete with laced draping and floral décor. Plus, the weekend rate is only $150 per night.

Roussell’s Garden, 208 E Henry St, Savannah, GA, USA +1 912 239 1415

The Confederate House

With specials as low as $120 in this large 1850s mansion, the bargains and luxury at The Confederate House make it a perfect weekend getaway. Formally a residential house, this inn has three large guest rooms and plenty of space in numerous parlors. Full hot breakfasts are served in the grand dining room every day for guests.

The Confederate House, 808 Drayton St, Savannah, GA, USA +1 912 234 9779