We found the location of this hotel to be very good. It is toward the eastern edge of
the historic district but very convenient to River Street's shops and restaurants.
It is located right on Bay Street (the next street up the hill from River Street, which
is directly on the Savannah River). The hotel is on the corner of Bay and Abercorn Streets and across Abercorn from the Hampton Inn-Historic District. Rooms facing
Abercorn and on higher floors would be quieter than on Bay.
The lobby is somewhat small, but bright; and there is a small bar open in the evening. Their breakfast, which is included in the room rate, is excellent. The
selection had 2 hot items, make your own pancakes, hard boiled eggs, yogurt,
whole fresh fruit (apples, banana and one day fresh peaches), cold and hot cereal, pastries, etc. All the hotel staff was very helpful. The lobby, bar and breakfast room have lots of windows and are located on the first floor with quick access to the
sidewalk. The Old Pink House restaurant is less than a block away. The city's main street for regular stores, some restaurants, Leopold's Ice Cream Shop and hotels is only 2 short blocks away and you can walk to several of the historic homes in 5-10 minutes. The City Market area is at the other end of Bay Street in the historic district.