Beautiful hotel with lots of character. We stayed here for two weeks, perfect location, walking distance to everywhere in theHistoric District, few blocks from riverfront. Broughton St has several eating places, shopping, Leopold's ice-cream in next block, Sakura sushi straight across the street, convenience store across.
The first week we walked the whole area "You see Savannah from your feet, not your seat" I was told and so true. Visited all 22 Squares, Forsyth Park, riverfront, ate at different places, went to see the Lady Chablis. Took a cab to Bonaventure Cemetery
Second week we rented a car for travels to Charleston, Hilton Head, Tybee, Beaufort...plus further into Savannah for malls, movies and laundromat.
Weather was great, only one rainy day.
Valet parked $15/ night, well worth the convenience and lack of worry. (Swings and roundabouts people..$15 seems like a lot to some..but some hotels charge $15/ day for wifi..free here, which I loved. Hotels that charge for wifi annoy me) Tip the valet parkers!
(Thought about staying at different places when visiting different places, but much nicer to have a welcoming base to return to.)
Lovely staff, everyone super helpful and cheerful. Carlton's smiles in the morning made my day.
Room..we had a King room, very comfortable bed. Fridge in room. Coffee maker. Occasionally noise from above (busier at weekends) and fairly loud AC, but ear plugs ensure the perfect sleep! We were street side and didn't ever get disturbed by street noise. Bathroom was small but perfectly adequate.
Housekeeping is awesome…rooms were spotless. Even if the do not disturb sign is left on they leave a bag of fresh towels and soaps etc on the door. 2 bottles of water every day were great for travels. I left the do not disturb sign on door when I didn't want towels changed (environmentally guilty about the daily change!)
Business office available free, for printing etc.
Complimentary breakfast..perfect for us. Delicious hot quiches and biscuits, cereals, mixed breads, bagels, pastries, fresh fruit etc. Never got tired of it, enough to mix it up each morning. If you want the whole hog..plenty of places nearby.
Eve..complimentary wine and cheese Sun to Thurs in lounge from 5:30 to 7. Also much appreciated! We met so many different people at the wine and cheese (Luanne and Marco x), lots just calling in, mid travels…many interesting stories, tips and ideas for further travels.
Sad to leave. We will definitely return to the same hotel when in Savannah.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Marshall House. Originally built as the first hotel in our fair city, this is one of the most unique boutique hotels in Savannah. Offering 68 guest rooms and a perfect downtown location on Broughton Street, The Marshall House is ideally situated right in the heart of Savannah's historic district. Coastal Living magazine named The Marshall House among its top 20 favorite lodgings, and the Travel Channel featured The Marshall House on its "Great Hotels" program. Original windows, pinewood floors and claw-foot tubs in some rooms are among the charming attributes that make The Marshall House one of the most popular Savannah historic inns. Guests especially enjoy the suite that opens onto a classic wrought-iron veranda complete with rocking chairs and ceiling fans. This hotel is a participant in our Guest Rewards Program. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Marshall House Hotel Savannah
- Marshall Hotel Savannah