My wife and I stayed for three nights in the Woodrow Wilson suite in mid-June. The room was clean, comfortable and spacious. The front desk and house keeping staff were particularly attentive. For example, we visited Savannah during a 2 week road trip and needed some laundry done. I inquired at the front desk about a local laundromat and was invited to leave it out for the housekeeping staff. We had three bags done for $5, which proved to be exceptionally good value compared to other B&Bs on our trip. The only slight problem with the room was that horse drawn and walking ghost tours passed right by our windows right through until late evening. Major advantages about the hotel were the location - step right outside into the heart of the historic district - and the free car parking. The breakfasts were good and eating outside was a joy. It was slightly irksome that we had to choose between a cooked or continental style breakfast the evening before, and pick a sitting time. We came on a vacation to escape deadlines for a couple of weeks. The front desk staff were pleased to give information and recommendations, and to make reservations. Overall, we were pleased with our choice of accommodation. It is close to the Old Red House restaurant which was our favourite eating place - excellent food, great service and reasonably priced. Try the Crystal Beer Parlour for a more informal meal with friendly service and a wide choice of beers at the bar.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Featured on "Wheel of Fortune" and Voted "Best Savannah B&B / Inn" six years, Presidents' Quarters Inn exudes charming ways of the American South. This historic and private bed-and-breakfast hotel (16 overly spacious executive quarters; ca. 1855) is a time-honored place of beauty on Oglethorpe Square and featured in Southern Living, "The South's Most Scenic Drives" (August 2012). Guest favorites are the walkable historic district location, private courtyard, balconies, free parking, elevator, WiFi, lovely breakfast, wine hour & extraordinary southern hospitality. General Robert E. Lee was an overnight guest. The 'Trust Lot' was the first residence site of Georgia's First Royal [British] Governor (ca. 1735). It was a movie location for "Roots" television mini-series. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- The Presidents` Quarters Hotel Savannah