We stayed in the cottage across the street from the main inn. Suite 105, Ronald Reagan suite (all rooms are named after Presidents.) It was a large room with a separate sitting area (available for all guests in the cottage), large bathroom with a air-jet large tub and shower combo, private patio with a fountain, and, best of all a private parking space with direct access from the patio. The room was very clean and neat when we checked in, but the cleaning our second night was so-so. The bed was made and there were new towels, but the wash cloths removed, but none replaced. Glasses removed, but none replaced.
The service was so-so. Check in was fine. However, every one appeared to be new as the standard answer was I don't know, I am new. I will find out. They usually did, but not too quickly. You sign up for breakfast the night before with the time and the quantities requested and the location to be served. for the first morning, we requested the patio. We got there and no one asked us for 20 minutes who we were. We were only asked after another table complained. There was coffee in the lobby, but no cups. My husband asked for ice water near the end of our breakfast--after 10 minutes of waiting we left. The food comes from the 1790 next door. It was very tasty and warm despite the logistics of the serving. The hors d'ouevres selection in the evening was good. But again on the second night, they ran out of wine glasses before the end of cocktail hour and there were no replacements. As we had a morning flight, we requested breakfast in our room, NLT 730 AM (the earliest on the breakfast request form) and earlier if possible. It was 10 minutes earlier!
The location is good.
I would recommend the hotel if you can overlook some of the service issues. If you are expecting to be pampered, stay somewhere else.
- 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