We planned on being in Savannah on the nights of the 18th and 19th and March, not knowing what a big deal St. Patrick's day was in the city. As we started looking for a room in the historic district, we were disappointed in the availability for the weekend and taken aback by the prices.
I took a gamble on the 17 Hunderd 90 Inn, given the mixed Tripadvisor ratings, but at $139/night for the weekend vs. $225 or more for most other hotels and B&Bs in the historic district, it seemed like a good gamble.
Location - In the historic district and close to the river. Inn has free parking available. Hard to beat.
Price - Compared to other B&Bs in the historic district, this was only about half the cost.
Lounge and Restuarant - The in-inn lounge was comfortable and friendly. The restuarant was good for the one meal we ate there.
Room - Large, comfortable room with good bed and bath.
Breakfast - Boxed ceral, muffins, coffee and juice. Slim Pickings. On the second day, there were English muffins but no toaster - only a microwave. Pathetic. However, for the $100+ per night savings over other B&Bs, you can almost buy breakfast, lunch and dinner and still come out ahead.
Room - The room (202) only had a skylight - no window. Also, the air conditioner was noisy and temperature ranged from chilly to too warm during the night.
Overall, the experince was good. With even a moderate breakfast offering, this would be a good deal.
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- Also Known As:
- 1700 90 Inn
- 17 Hundred 90 Hotel Savannah