Had a wonderful stay here at Planters Inn! The hotel is beautiful and historic and you can walk everywhere from here. The staff was really great and Jennifer in particular was so helpful and friendly! We really enjoyed our stay and will stay here when we return!
We just can’t say enough good things about this historic property! The location was perfect and we never used our car once during our stay. After reading some reviews we decided to pay a little extra for a room with a view of the square and we are so happy we did. Everything was lovely with nicely decorated rooms and a spacious bathroom. Jennifer at the front desk really went out of her way to make our stay extra special, and we really appreciated her suggestions on where to go and eat during our visit. We will be recommending this hotel to all our friends and will definitely stay here in the future!
The stay was ok. I was woken up by someone who seemed to have a pet and maybe lived there full time that was next to us and shared a patio. Regardless, the people who were staying there were really loud and slammed the doors so many times so early I lost sleep that day. It was honestly terrible trying to sleep. If you are a light sleeper maybe avoid the 5th floor balcony. The hotel check- in stars was very nice. Parking is next to the hotel. It’s about $10 a day to park. It’s a very walkable location to everything you want to see if you are touring the town.
We absolutely love the location of Planter’s Inn. Just a 5-minute walk to River Street, it’s right next door to The Olde Pink House, a 3-minute walk to Leopold’s, and lots of other restaurants and shops close by. Ray, the front desk clerk when we checked in was so friendly and helpful. The room was beautiful, although some of the furniture is beginning to look a little worn. We were disappointed that because of Covid, they weren’t serving breakfast, but they recommended Henry’s right around the corner, and it was so good that we ate there all 3 mornings that we were there. I enjoyed morning coffee in our room, but wish that we had some packages of decaf coffee in addition to the regular Wolfgang Puck coffee. When we first arrived our room and the hallway had a very strong, but pleasant smell, but after the first day we began smelling a musty, mildewy smell, which leads me to wonder if the strong smell that we smelled upon arrival was an effort to cover up the mildewy smell. There were two problems with our room (Room 401) that we brought to the desk clerk’s attention (I don’t remember that gentleman’s name) but he didn’t apologize or really seem to be concerned. The first problem was with the bathroom light over the sink. It would randomly come on and then turn off a few minutes later. The desk clerk said that it was on some type of sensor, but if I’m getting ready in front of the mirror with the light turned on, why would it randomly turn off all of a sudden with me standing right there? It wasn’t a flicker, as if it had a short in it. It would be on for about 3 minutes and then turn off for about 3 minutes. My husband and I joked that it must be one of the “ghosts”. The second problem was inside our closet. One of the ceiling panels had fallen halfway off and was just hanging there. Something from above had leaked onto the items that we had placed on the shelf before the ceiling panel came loose. I’m including a photo of the panel that was hanging and also a photo of the wet spot on the shelf from whatever was leaking. Overall though, we loved our stay and will definitely return in the future.…
Came here for a girls trip and everything was wonderful. The hotel is clean, comfortable and the location means you can walk everywhere. Jennifer at the front desk was so friendly and helpful booking tours and restaurant reservations. She was extremely helpful especially since none of us had ever visited Savannah before. We will definitely be back to stay at the Planters Inn.