The Marshall House,Historic Inns of Savannah Collection
Why We Love This Hotel
- Historic district hotel offering complimentary breakfast, Wi-Fi and coffee makers in the room
- Rooms are architecturally gorgeous with high ceilings, hardwood floors and decorative fireplaces
- This hotel housed Union soldiers during the Civil War -- rumor has it, their spirits still roam the halls
- The on-site restaurant is delicious and serves fresh, seasonal fare alongside a comprehensive wine list
Built in 1851, The Marshall House Hotel has the distinction of being among the oldest hotels in Savannah, Georgia. The property was once a haven for wounded Civil War soldiers, whose spirits are rumored to still roam the halls.
The architecture here is stunning: high ceilings, original hardwood floors and decorative fireplaces. As with any historic property, there's less square footage than big brand hotels. Because of this location -- set on famous, bustling Brighton Street -- and the size of the rooms, this hotel is best suited to romantic escapes or single travelers as opposed to family getaways.
The on-site 45 Bistro is seriously delicious, serving fresh, seasonal fare alongside an extensive wine selection. Complimentary breakfast is served daily.