BEST WESTERN Plus Savannah Historic District
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
Travel Blogs from Savannah
A little sleep in this morning, but we wanted to get out early coz it was going to be 36 degrees with about 93% humidity. Just a little bit uncomfortable. Tammy and I got back on the trolley and because we sat on the right side yesterday, we sat on the left today.
Jones Street must be one of the most picturesque. The trees create a shady canopy and the houses are gorgeous. So wish we could have seen inside them. We ...
We left Atlanta first thing this morning without seeing very much at all. Total waste of a day and night. It wasn't the tour company's fault about the traffic jam yesterday, but it was their fault about their choice of accommodation so far out of town. My feedback form is gonna look like a book once its finished.
Anyway, on to Savannah. We stopped for morning tea near an army training base and ...
... I'm singing, not doing a sex doll impression!! Then the palaver of filling up the gas. No idea whether it's diesel or unleaded, it doesn't say on the cap and the instructions are ****. Fortunately in the store a lovely lady sets us straight, explains about pre pay and then we guess unleaded. All good for the next couple of hundred miles and then I'm driving in the dark desperate for the loo. Helpful comments from my husband include - I haven't seen a gas station ...
... walk Is that it sits well below the end of town. From the last street that borders the river, it is an elevator ride or a walk down some steep steps in daylight down to the river. The walk is pretty but very brief. There are riverboats docked on the walk and great views of the Westin that appears to sit on it's own island. There are plenty of tourist shops on the bottom of the large buildings that face town. These basement doors open up to ...
... the individual that had built that particular seat. During services in this church messages were also passed along through the Railroad to people through song and music, hence the modern day colourful Sunday services in the black community. Finally we were taken across the street to a statue that has been erected to honour the black soldiers who helped Haiti to gain independence from French Colonial Rule.
We thoroughly enjoyed the tour as it gave us a much ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
More great choices in Savannah
Search for more deals in Savannah
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations