The Best Hotels and Places to Book Your Stay in Augusta, Georgia

A good time at the Partridge Inn Augusta is par for the course
A good time at the Partridge Inn Augusta is par for the course | Courtesy of The Partridge Inn Augusta / Expedia
Julia Sayers Gokhale

Augusta, Georgia is known for hosting the Masters golf championship each year, when 200,000 visitors arrive. Though that may be the biggest week in Augusta, it certainly isn’t the only reason to visit this charming town on the South Carolina border. Learn at the Augusta Museum of History, stroll the Riverwalk or visit the Morris Museum of Art. Book with Culture Trip and experience Augusta like a pro.

1. The Partridge Inn Augusta, Curio Collection by Hilton, for old-school Southern charm

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A balcony dining area at the Partridge Inn Augusta, with sofas in addition to tables for two
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Immerse yourself in history at the Partridge Inn, one of the oldest places to stay in Augusta. The iconic hotel, which opened in 1910 on a hilltop overlooking the city, has a decidedly classy flair, with white columns, large verandas and buckets of Southern hospitality. In appealing contrast to the historic exterior, the rooms feel sleek and modern, with dark walls and gold accents.

2. Hyatt House Augusta Downtown, for refined dining

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A view of the rooftop lounge at Hyatt House Augusta Downtown, with an array of seating options
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Hyatt House is located in the heart of downtown, overlooking the Savannah River. The hotel’s 100 guest rooms include standard doubles as well as one- and two-bedroom suites – some with floor-to-ceiling windows. Its central location means you’re best placed to take advantage of Augusta’s refined restaurants and thriving arts scene. See a show at the historic Miller Theater and end your evening with a nightcap at the hotel’s rooftop bar.

3. Hilton Garden Inn Augusta, for rest and recharging

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The outdoor seating area of Hilton Garden Inn Augusta, with a fire pit and nearby parking
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If an outdoor patio with cozy chairs and fire pits sounds like your vibe, you’ve come to the right place. Located just 2mi (3.2km) from Augusta National Golf Club – home of the Masters – the hotel is a popular stay year-round. It’s just 10 minutes by car to downtown and attractions including Woodrow Wilson’s boyhood home. Road-tripping in an electric vehicle? The hotel has a Tesla charging station – so both you and your car can benefit from an energy boost.

4. Augusta Marriott at the Convention Center, for spa-like sparkle

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A seating area at Augusta Marriott at the Convention Center, leading from two sides up a staircase to an upper floor
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In 2016, this hotel underwent a million-dollar renovation that dramatically improved its rooms and public spaces. The smart redesign included extendable closets, more outlets, better beds, multi-purpose surfaces and spa-inspired bathrooms. Located at the convention center, the hotel draws crowds coming for events in Augusta. You’ve even got one of the city’s best Italian restaurants, Augustino’s Italian Eatery, on-site.

5. Hampton Inn & Suites by Hilton Augusta-Washington Rd, for family fun

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A courtyard outside Hampton Inn and Suites by Hilton Augusta-Washington Rd, with a giant chess set in front of tall trees
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Also located just 2mi (3.2km) from Augusta National Golf Club, the Washington Road Hampton Inn is a popular stay during the annual tournament. It’s a particular favorite with families – the large outdoor recreation area includes a pool with sun loungers, a putting green for those budding Masters stars, and a giant chess set. A quick 15-minute drive takes you into the heart of downtown.

6. Comfort Suites Augusta Riverwatch, for golf lovers

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An overhead view of the outdoor pool area at Comfort Suites Augusta Riverwatch
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Golf aficionados, this is the spot for you. There are five courses within 5mi (8km) of the Comfort Suites Augusta Riverwatch. Although the Augusta National Golf Club is members-only, you can tee off at the other four: Forest Hills Golf Course, the Augusta Municipal Golf Course, West Lake Country Club and the River Golf Club. The spacious suites at the hotel include wet bars, fridges, separate seating areas and desks.

7. DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Augusta, for a sweet treat

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The lobby of DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Augusta, featuring sofas around a fireplace; an upper floor can be seen above
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The best part of checking into a DoubleTree? The warm chocolate-chip cookies. The best part of checking into the DoubleTree in Augusta? Not having to worry about anything. A free airport shuttle transports you to your spacious accommodation, where you can kick back and order room service from the on-site restaurant. Take a dip in the indoor pool or soak in the hot tub when you’re ready to relax.

8. Best Western Plus Augusta North Inn & Suites, for comfort and convenience


A room at Best Western Plus Augusta North Inn & Suites, containing a sofa, fridge and a wall-mounted TV above an office chair and desk
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The newly renovated rooms at this hotel incorporate modern touches, with contemporary art over the beds, sleek finishes, and fresh, stylish carpets. During the week of the Masters, the Best Western Plus partners with Par 3 Express to offer transport to and from the airport, golf outings, shopping and dinner.

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