Hilton Desoto Savannah
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The room was comfortable with 2 beds instead of the king we prefer but we got early check-in so we didn't complain. there was a safe but no refrigerator. The chair was uncomfortable and there was no ottoman. The bathroom was small, especially after we had such a spacious one in Hilton Head. Also the shower did not keep a consistent temperature. There was a problem with the heater being VERY noisy but a maintenance man came quickly and fixed it. He was very nice and so were all the staff, especially the desk clerk, Damien, and the valet, Steven, who were both very personable. Our group's 15th floor meeting room was gorgeous with a panoramic view of the city. Oh, and the location was perfect for walking almost anywhere we needed or wanted to go!
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