River Street Inn The Destination If Savannah is the "Hostess City of the South," then its antebellum Historic Landmark District is its parlor. Georgia's oldest urban area invites you to converse with its stoic 18th- and 19th-century architecture and bask in its great green spaces like Forsyth Park. Colonial cemeteries, pre-war churches, the nation's oldest railway station, and monuments mulling the passing of time occupy the quiet streets of this grid-laid Savannah neighborhood. Art thrives and festivals bloom in a place that Le Monde magazine deemed "The most beautiful city in North America." The Digs Nestled on the riverfront in Savannah's Landmark Historic District, River Street Inn offers guests one of the most convenient settings to see the city. Originally used as a place to store, sort, and export cotton, the Inn is within walking distance of Savannah's must-see sites and attractions. To the south, you'll see Savannah's Historic District, while rooms in the north enjoy views of the Savannah River. No two rooms look exactly alike (some boast hardwood floors, others feature four-poster beds), but all have plenty of Southern charm. Then, enjoy a meal at one of four restaurants (including Tubby's Tankhouse, Vic's on the River, Bernie's, and Huey's New Orleans Cafe), or work up a sweat at the on-site fitness center. The Diversions • Savannah Historic District • Olde Pink House • City Market • Tybee Island • Grayson Stadium • Savannah Ghost Tours
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124 E. Bay Street, Savannah, GA

Overlooking the River in Savannah's Historic District

River Street Inn, Savannah, GA

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hotel description

The Destination

If Savannah is the "Hostess City of the South," then its antebellum Historic Landmark District is its parlor. Georgia's oldest urban area invites you to converse with its stoic 18th- and 19th-century architecture and bask in its great green spaces like Forsyth Park. Colonial cemeteries, pre-war churches, the nation's oldest railway station, and monuments mulling the passing of time occupy the quiet streets of this grid-laid Savannah neighborhood. Art thrives and festivals bloom in a place that Le Monde magazine deemed "The most beautiful city in North America."



The Digs

Nestled on the riverfront in Savannah's Landmark Historic District, River Street Inn offers guests one of the most convenient settings to see the city. Originally used as a place to store, sort, and export cotton, the Inn is within walking distance of Savannah's must-see sites and attractions. To the south, you'll see Savannah's Historic District, while rooms in the north enjoy views of the Savannah River. No two rooms look exactly alike (some boast hardwood floors, others feature four-poster beds), but all have plenty of Southern charm. Then, enjoy a meal at one of four restaurants (including Tubby's Tankhouse, Vic's on the River, Bernie's, and Huey's New Orleans Cafe), or work up a sweat at the on-site fitness center.



The Diversions

• Savannah Historic District

• Olde Pink House

• City Market

• Tybee Island

• Grayson Stadium

• Savannah Ghost Tours

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River Street Inn
124 E. Bay Street
Savannah, GA 31401

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  • Bar/Lounge Onsite
  • Business Center
  • Golf Nearby
  • Gym
  • Indoor Swimming Pool N...
  • Internet Wireless
  • Meeting Room Internet ...
  • Meeting Rooms
  • Restaurant Onsite
  • Spa Nearby
  • Newspaper

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