Hotel was ideally located for exploring and for the night time eating and drinking opportunities, of which there are many! We had a river view room which was interesting, but the balcony is only large enough to stand out on.
However, BRING YOUR EARPLUGS!! For two reasons. Firstly, and NOT the fault of the hotel, there is dredging going on in the river. The barge is moored right opposite the hotel at present and the diesel engine powering it is going 24/7 and it is not quite. Secondly, and I believe does need addressing by the management, is the noise in the foyer area from the 'revelers' coming and going form the new roof top bar. The lift in the foyer seems to be the main (only?) access to it and our room door was located approx 5 yards from it. The loud chatting and laughter from slightly worse for wear patrons goes on well after midnight. Fortunately, we usually have a supply of earplugs for such occasions and I am sure that rooms further down the corridor are less affected by the foyer issue, but all the rooms on the river elevation will suffer from the dredging noise at present.
We LOVED staying at the Brice. The hotel itself is so stylish without feeling pretentious. The rooms are comfortable (we are used to memory foam beds so had a bit of a hard time with the beds, but they weren't necessarily uncomfortable if you're used to standard beds).
The employees are all great. I feel like everyone there enjoys their job. We especially thought Rodney, one of the valets, was exceptional. He had an infectious bubbly personality and was always smiling and upbeat.
The cocktail hour was a nice little bonus too. I highly recommend this hotel, and can't wait to stay again!
Room and hotel were as advertised online. Housekeeping came by while we were still in the room so I told them to come back after we were gone that afternoon. They did not come by but we were only staying that night so it was not a big deal.
My husband and I stayed at The Marshall House for a weekend getaway to Savannah and had a lovely time. The hotel is very old and historic, but very charming! Our bathroom could have been a tad cleaner, but overall the room was great. The best part about this hotel for us was the location. We walked everywhere!
The location is convenient to all things necessary in Savannah. The staff is extraordinary. Breakfast is everything you need and when t
You come in at night there is a superb wine reception followed later with a fresh dessert and coffee nightcap. Will come back here again. Nice folks!!
The hotel is in a great location and very clean. The staff is very friendly and helpful. I thought the room was a little too small. With the king size bed, you can barely walk around it. The bathroom was big and spacious. The pool area is nice, but not enough chaise lounges.
"Convenient location, Historic charm, great staff"
We and some friends stayed at the River Street Inn in Savannah for three days last week. We had stayed there before, several years ago. The hotel is an old converted cotton warehouse from before the Civil War, and the décor, flooring, brick walls and open beams reflect the antebellum period. Our room had a small balcony overlooking the river and the street below. Check in was on the Bay Street side, and parking was at a city garage about a half block away (daily fee). The building is a beautiful hotel, and is very conveniently located in the heart of the historic district, on River Street and within easy walking distance of the city squares, shops and restaurants. The hotel had several amenities such as turn-down service with a praline on the pillows, and the staff were very friendly and helpful. We arrived early and they provided us with parking passes before check-in. We thoroughly enjoyed our stay there and will stay there again.
Savannah’s charm is visible in the downtown’s squares, Spanish moss-covered live oaks, and its abundance of historic buildings, such as the Andrew Low House. Along the Savannah River, musicians, galleries, and shops compete for attention on River Street, while iron bridges and cobblestone attract visitors to Factor’s Walk. The art scene flourishes, thanks in part to the Savannah College of Art & Design.
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