My husband and I needed a weekend to unwind and the Dresser Palmer was THE place for it! Our room, Wisteria, was breathtakingly beautiful, from the furnishings, to the fireplace, and the amazing shower. For us, the fact that it is in a basement area made it even cozier. This is one of those places that understands less is more when it comes to patterns, wallpaper, and furniture. There is only one window, so we felt completely removed from the hustle and bustle of the city. Perfect.
Thank you Shannon and staff for giving us royal treatment.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Ideally located within the nation’s largest urban Historic Landmark District, Dresser Palmer House, a historic Savannah bed and breakfast, offers an elegant southern vacation setting with quaint hospitality to delight the most discriminating traveler. Come stay at one of Savannah’s oldest and most exclusive locations, one block from world famous Forsyth Park.Built in 1876 by Henry Dresser and Samuel Palmer, this 11,000 square foot Italianate townhouse now operates as one of Savannah’s finest bed and breakfast inns, providing a variety of distinctive accommodations from king canopy beds and private baths to our ADA compliant lift and guest suite.At the Dresser Palmer House bed and breakfast in Savannah, you will find amenities normally seen in much larger hotels, coupled with the personal attention found only in the very best inns. We invite you to come and experience true southern hospitality at its finest. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Dresser Palmer House Hotel Savannah