Andaz Savannah

Address: 14 Barnard Street, Savannah, Georgia Coast, Georgia, 31401, United States | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located in the Historic District - North area of Savannah, is near Savannah Riverboat Tour, City Market, Telfair Museum of Art, and Savannah Carriage Tours.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsAndaz Savannah

    Reviewed by sharipb

    Jewels and Gents at Savannah's ANdAZ Hotel

    Reviewed Jul 23, 2015
    by (8 reviews) One of these days..Vancouver,British Columbia,Canada , United States Flag of United States

    The ANdAZ Savannah Hotel in the Savannah, Georgia Historic District was a freshing stay with the help of Shequila (Spelling?). As soon as my family walked into the hotel she greeted us. We told her we had a flat tire and she immediately browsed the internet to contact Goodyear Tires and Hook Towing company. She did all the legwork for us. The transition went smoothly because of her. The Concierge who offered tours was also a breath of fresh air. You have Jewels and Gents in Savannah as they call themselves. Housekeeping brought extra towels in an instant when requested and the Food Bar was quick to help with food requests.

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    TripAdvisor Reviews Andaz Savannah

    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

    Travel Blogs from Savannah

    Jewels and Gents in Savannah's Historic District

    A travel blog entry by sharipb on Jul 23, 2015

    2 comments, 36 photos

    We started out at 8:00am for Hilton Head Island, South Carolina and arrived in about 3 hours to a traffic jam. The new hotel staff member wouldn't let us check in early. As I spoke to her, she mentioned the sand fleas. I could feel it as she spoke. I started swatting my leg and around my eyes. Those sand fleas liked my blood, so they kept on …

    The Streets of Savannah

    A travel blog entry by gauke on Jan 20, 2015

    3 photos

    ... as the lights were dimmed. Amazing!

    We wandered around for a bit longer finding a chocolate shop that smelled incredible. We were able to resist though so left still having our good intentions to cut back. As soon as the next trolley came we jumped on. We were fortunate to be sitting in the front where the "windows" were pulled down so we weren't in the open air. It was a little cool for that! We rode by the Juliette Gordon Lowe Birth Place ...

    Day 33 St augustine to Savannah Contiki day 21

    A travel blog entry by iancarmen on May 07, 2014

    37 photos

    This morning it was up at 6.30am, shower, dress, then did a bit of packing before breakfast. Breakfast was alright, then back to the room to do a bit more packing and getting ready for the
    day. Then it was bags to coach. There was a bit of time before we had to leave so i used the WiFi and went for a quick walk around the general area. Then it was on the coach. Here i did a bit of an update and watched a movie.

    We arrived in Savannah at ...

    Georgia on my mind

    A travel blog entry by painey on May 23, 2013

    7 photos

    ... to find a restaurant serving a Buffett lunch, we had ribs, mashed potatoes and greens followed by cherry cobbler, yummy! As we now out of the mountains the temps were rising and at our next gas stop we got a 12 pack of cold beer and went to the local park to drink them. After being refreshed we pushed to get the last part of ride done, we found our hotel and ...

    Live oaks, cemeteries and a steam engine

    A travel blog entry by rachels694 on Mar 24, 2013

    88 photos

    ... of Jewish decent and also those who fought in the various American wars. Some of the graves had amazing wrought iron fences protecting the ground around the tombstones. We were so happy that we had choose to visit here on our own and not with the tour buses that rush the visitors through without allowing them time to soak in the true ambiance of the place. We drove our little Mini Cooper through the thin roads and stopped to take pictures anytime we saw something ...