Great location in the historic district within walking distance to many sites and restaurants. Beautiful inn with great amenities. Service is impeccable! Staff is very attentive! This was our second visit to this Inn - highly recommend!
Celebrating my 50th birthday in Savannah was wonderful especially staying at the Hamilton Turner Inn! My boyfriend and I have been to Savannah numerous times and we wouldn’t stay anywhere else. Why would we? We’re greeted at the door by Tim the manager whose hospitality is always top notch. He graciously assisted us by giving us his parking space! Then, he provided us with a variety of choices of places to visit as well as dine. The inn was immaculate as always and upheld the COVID 19 regulations to keep everyone healthy and safe. We stayed on the top floor in a beautifully decorated suite to go with the period of the home. The food provided by Chef Al for breakfast cannot go unsaid. His homemade biscuits and gravy are unforgettable! The rest of the staff are amazing as well! Thank you Tim, Erin, Maggie, Steven, Al, and Melissa for making my birthday extra special especially with the birthday card and wine! We missed Susie, the Inn Keeper! We’ll catch you next time! Thank you Hamilton Turner Inn! Hope to see you soon! Curtis & Lisa…
The Hamilton-Turner Inn is a beautiful example of historic Savannah, renovated to make guests feel comfortable and at home. Breakfasts are delicious, the staff friendly, and the location is steps from history. You can walk in any direction and find historic homes to tour, museums to visit, eateries, breweries, and yes, even some shops.
Highly recommend the Hamilton-Turner. The staff were incredibly customer-focused and attentive, going above and beyond to make our week stay a memorable experience. It is all what the website makes it out to be. Great location and easy walks to parks, museums, restaurants.
Hamilton Turner Inn once again provided me with outstanding southern hospitality! Many thanks to Tim, Susie, Steven, Erin, Maggie, Buffy, Melissa, and Al for making my vacation a memorable one. You all go above and beyond every time I visit the inn when I’m in Savannah. I can’t thank you enough! I always look forward to my next visit. I highly recommend staying at Hamilton Turner Inn whether it’s to immerse yourself with the inn’s historic beauty, take in the southern hospitality, or indulge in the gourmet breakfast, you will not be disappointed! Thank you! Lisa L. from MD.
As soon as you walk in the front door you will be awe of the beauty of the Hamilton-Turner Inn. The daily breakfast was just incredible everyday. Picture a french chef making your breakfast, yes that good. Location was absolutely perfect. Located right next to Cathedral Basilica of Saint John the Baptist and the beautiful Lafayette square. The staff at Hamilton-Turner Inn was a solid 10 everyday. We stayed 4 nights and 5 days and the staff was very attentive to us and treated us like family. I asked where the closest ATM was (inside the Desoto hotel 2 blocks down) and they were so nice giving the directions. Google maps had us going about a half mile further. In summary…amazing ambiance, amazing food, amazing staff, amazing rooms and amazing location.
this elegant historical inn is exactly as described in their web page,,,,so modern yet so historical,,,the breakfast each morning was great and the cookies during the day and treats at 5 happy hour kept us full all day. its really informal once you check in and the staff are nice
My husband and I stayed in the Oglethorpe Room on the second floor. Let me begin by saying the Inn and our room were breathtakingly beautiful, very romantic. The sitting room and breakfast rooms were just gorgeous. Our room had a sitting area and was surrounded by beautiful floor to ceiling windows. Our view was of Lafayette Square and the Cathedral in the distance. We could here the beautiful church bells. The room was very clean, kudos to the housekeeping staff. Got to meet two of the girls and they were super nice. The bathroom was very spacious. The double sinks and mirrors were perfect. The storage in the bathroom was excellent. The water pressure wasn’t great, took a while to fill the claw foot tub, but it’s understandable given the age of the house. The gourmet breakfast exceeded our expectations every day, pecan crusted French toast and orange ricotta pancakes to name a couple. Snacks and lemon water available during the day, bottled waters whenever you needed them, and a treat at night were the fresh chocolate chip cookies and port wine. Steven and Buffy were extraordinary staff! Their hospitality was outstanding. We loved coming back every night and waking up there every morning, it was truly perfect. There was also a cute courtyard area which we sat in one evening sipping our port. Additionally, my husband surprised me with roses, chocolate covered strawberries and champagne. The staff set it up beautifully and even had romantic music playing as we walked into the room. We would highly recommend this room and Inn for your future visit to Savannah.…
My husband and I stayed here for two nights during our trip to beautiful Savannah. We are a young couple, so I was worried that maybe it would have been a better choice to stay on the river. I could not have been more wrong! The Hamilton-Turner was perfect for us. We loved the beautiful historical home and neighborhood, and it was close to everything we wanted to do. We never had to walk more than 15 minutes. We stayed in the top floor room of the Carriage House and highly recommend it!
On our first visit to Savannah years ago, my friend and I were underwhelmed by our stay at a chain hotel near the river. This time around, we were looking for an inn with charm and character but also all the modern conveniences, and we found all those qualities - plus kind, accommodating service - at the Hamilton-Turner. I stayed in one of the smaller rooms, the Juliette Gordon Low on the top floor. It was perfect for me, but a couple might find it cramped. I loved the peace and quiet of the room, as well as the view of the cathedral spires through the trees. My friend stayed in the spacious, elegant Thomas Charlton room on the main floor. It was located right behind the reception desk, but she didn't find it noisy. The hotel spoiled us with indulgent breakfasts served in a lovely dining room, plus all manner of treats throughout the afternoon and evening. The staff was warm and welcoming, especially Erin and Maggie. The hotel is located on a serene and stately square, far from the madding crowds of River St. and Broughton St., yet still central enough to walk to most points of interest. We also found it easy to take the free DOT buses and the marvelous free car service available through the Downtowner app. We couldn't have been happier with our choice of accommodation!…