Hotel's Location near River Street and Savannah Attractions
Stay in the heart of Savannah culture by reserving the comfortable accommodations at the Country Inn & Suites Savannah Historic District. You can ride the complimentary DOT shuttle to nearby historic sites, such as the Juliette Gordon Low House, and relax in the shade of a moss-lined oak in Forsyth Park or one of the many squares dotting the city. You can satisfy your shopping desires thanks to this hotel's location near River Street, a section of the Savannah River lined with century-old buildings filled with antique stores, candy shops, restaurants and friendly locals selling handmade goods. For an adventure outside of the city center, head to the coast to tour Fort Pulaski.
Check out these area attractions:
- Savannah History Museum (0.2 miles)
Familiarize yourself with Savannah's rich history by touring this nearby museum, home to more than 10,000 artifacts spanning from 1173 to the present day.
Phone: +1 (912) 651-6825
- Ralph Mark Gilbert Civil Rights Museum (0.3 miles)
This three-story museum details the civil rights movement in Savannah, led by Ralph Mark Gilbert.
Phone: 1+ (912) 233-4501
- Savannah Civic Center (0.3 miles)
If you're attending a conference, a concert, an athletic competition, a reception or another big event, you can't beat the hotel's location within walking distance of this venue.
Phone: 1+ (912) 651-6556
- Savannah College of Art and Design (0.3 miles)
Attend one of the college's art shows and shop for unique souvenirs, such as jewelry, accessories, clothing and prints, by students at SCAD.
Phone: +1 (912) 525-5100
- Georgia Coastal Center (0.4 miles)
The Coastal Georgia Center operates under Georgia Southern University, in partnership with Armstrong Atlantic State University and Savannah State University, and provides the community both meeting space and continued education.
Phone: 1+ (912) 651-2005
- City Market (0.5 miles)
The "art and soul" of Savannah can be found in this entertainment, dining and shopping district.
Phone: +1 (912) 232-4903
- First African Baptist Church (0.5 miles)
You can take a guided tour of this beautiful church, constituted in 1777 and considered the "oldest black church in North America," or visit on a Sunday morning for fellowship.
Phone: 1+ (912) 233-2244
- Juliette Gordon Low's Birthplace (0.5 miles)
The home of the Girl Scouts' founder was the first registered historic landmark in Savannah and is open for tours.
- Historic River Street (0.7 miles)
Stop for a snack of pralines before sauntering through the stores on this cobblestone street located by the Savannah River.
Phone: +1 (912) 234-0295
- Lucas Theatre (0.8 miles)
This restored theater 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)
Living history actors welcome you to this picturesque estate, where you can follow the natural trails to Savannah's oldest standing structure, the tabby ruins.
Phone: +1 (800) 864-7275
- Fort Pulaski (10 miles)
Civil War enthusiasts appreciate a visit to Fort Pulaski, an important seacoast fortification offering guided tours throughout the week.
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 toward downtown Savannah until the highway ends at Montgomery Street. The hotel is located on the right-hand side of Montgomery Street, with the main entrance and parking located on Harris Street.
Estimated taxi fare: $25 USD (one way)