Enjoy the Hotel's Proximity to Sights in Historic Savannah
While you lodge at this hotel, you'll be able to easily wander down the famous cobblestone length of River Street and shop at the famous open-air City Market, where you can pick up jewelry, accessories, dresses, food and art amidst the colorful stalls of the vendors. The Savannah College of Art and Design is less than a mile away, which makes this hotel ideal for parents and students touring the college or attending art shows on its campus. For a night out, attend a show at the Lucas Theatre. History enthusiasts won't want to miss the Savannah History museum, located within easy walking distance of the hotel's location in historic Savannah.
Be sure to see:
- Savannah History Museum (0.2 miles)
The museum houses over 10,000 artifacts from Savannah's history, beginning in 1733 and continuing to the present day.
Phone: +1 (912) 651-6825
- Savannah College of Art and Design (0.3 miles)
This Savannah institution hosts regular art shows of all kinds and is close to the Country Inn & Suites Savannah.
Phone: +1 (912) 525-5100
- Savannah Civic Center (0.3 miles)
Athletic competitions, parties, weddings, receptions and meetings are a few of the events held here.
Phone: 1+ (912) 651-6556
- Ralph Mark Gilbert Civil Rights Museum (0.32 miles)
This three-story museum details the civil rights movement in Savannah, led by Ralph Mark Gilbert.
Phone: 1+ (912) 233-4501
- Georgia Coastal Center (0.4 mile)
The Coastal Georgia Center, opened in the mid 1980s, operates under Georgia Southern University in partnership with Armstrong Atlantic State University and Savannah State University.
Phone: 1+ (912) 651-2005
- First African Baptist Church (0.5 mile)
"The Oldest Black Church in North America" was constituted in December of 1777. This beautiful historic sanctuary contains many of its original historical elements, such as the baptismal pool, pews and the pipe organ. Known as part of the Underground Railroad, this Church is a registered historic landmark. Take a guided tour or grab the opportunity to fellowship on Sundays at 10 a.m.
Phone: 1+ (912) 233-2244
- Juliette Gordon Low's Birthplace (0.5 mile)
The birthplace of Juliette Gordon Low was Savannah's first registered historic landmark and it continues to be an educational and exciting attraction that draws many to Savannah.
- City Market (0.5 mile)
The "art and soul" of Savannah can be found in this entertainment, dining and shopping district.
Phone: +1 (912) 232-4903
- Historic River Street (0.7 mile)
The dining, entertainment and shopping available along this riverfront stretch of road makes it Savannah's most famous area.
Phone: +1 (912) 234-0295
- Lucas Theatre (0.8 miles)
This restored theatre has a partnership with the Savannah College of Art and Design and features everything from plays to opera.
Phone: +1 (912) 525-5040
- Wormsloe Historic Site (8.9 miles)
This sprawling, picturesque estate represents all the natural beauty of the South.
Phone: +1 (800) 864-7275
- Fort Pulaski (10 miles)
Civil War enthusiasts will appreciate a visit to Fort Pulaski.
Phone: +1 (912) 786-5787
Savannah/Hilton Head International Airport (SAV)
Phone: +1 (912) 964-0514
From the airport, take I-95 South to Highway 16 East towards Savannah. Take Highway 16 towards Downtown Savannah until the highway ends at Montgomery Street. The hotel is located on the right of Montgomery Street, with the main entrance and parking located on Harris Street.
Estimated Taxi Fare: $25 USD (one way)