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On Savannah's Ellis Square, the Grand Lady on Bay St.

Inn at Ellis Square, Savannah, GA

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  • A One-Night Stay for Two in a Standard Room, Sundays through Thursdays
  • Or, a One-Night Stay for Two in a Standard Room, Fridays and Saturdays
  • Chilled Bottle of Wine Upon Arrival
  • Two Bottles of Water
  • Late 2 p.m. Checkout
  • Book Up to Five Consecutive Nights

hotel description

Known as the Grand Lady on Bay Street, this recently renovated hotel sits in the heart of Savannah's Historic District.

The Destination
A bastion of antebellum charm, Georgia's oldest city is synonymous with mint juleps on the verandah and stately oaks draped in Spanish moss. Savannah's tree-lined Historic District is among the nation's most walkable, and an afternoon stroll past handsome pink and blue mansions turns up quintessentially Southern delights: spooky cemeteries, carefully restored cotton warehouses and forts from the Civil War, restaurants serving home-cooked shrimp and grits, and open-air watering holes perfect for prolonging the sultry Savannah nights.

The Digs
Savannah isn't called the Hospitality City for nothing, and the Inn at Ellis Square is steeped in the sort of traditional warmth and elegance that gave the city its nickname. Located in an 1851 red-brick building at the edge of Ellis Square, this historic hotel (known locally as the Grand Lady on Bay Street) combines old-world charm with modern amenities. Appointed in rich shades of brown and burgundy, each room boasts high-speed Internet access, television, and luxe linens and draperies. A fully equipped gym keeps guests fit, while an all-wood lounge offers an atmospheric spot to unwind with a cocktail.

The Diversions
Stroll. River Street

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Inn at Ellis Square
201 West Bay Street
Savannah, GA 31401
Inn at Ellis Square Known as the Grand Lady on Bay Street, this recently renovated hotel sits in the heart of Savannah's Historic District.The DestinationA bastion of antebellum charm, Georgia's oldest city is synonymous with mint juleps on the verandah and stately oaks draped in Spanish moss. Savannah's tree-lined Historic District is among the nation's most walkable, and an afternoon stroll past handsome pink and blue mansions turns up quintessentially Southern delights: spooky cemeteries, carefully restored cotton warehouses and forts from the Civil War, restaurants serving home-cooked shrimp and grits, and open-air watering holes perfect for prolonging the sultry Savannah nights.The DigsSavannah isn't called the Hospitality City for nothing, and the Inn at Ellis Square is steeped in the sort of traditional warmth and elegance that gave the city its nickname. Located in an 1851 red-brick building at the edge of Ellis Square, this historic hotel (known locally as the Grand Lady on Bay Street) combines old-world charm with modern amenities. Appointed in rich shades of brown and burgundy, each room boasts high-speed Internet access, television, and luxe linens and draperies. A fully equipped gym keeps guests fit, while an all-wood lounge offers an atmospheric spot to unwind with a cocktail.The DiversionsStroll. River StreetSee. SCAD Museum of ArtTaste. Mrs. Wilkes' Dining RoomQuaff. Planters Tavern
32.0814, -81.0939
201 West Bay Street, Savannah, GA

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