Wonderful location, beautiful historic hotel. Very comfortable room until dark and then the lights come on under the "Marshall Hotel" sign! If you are staying near room 417--don't. They have not hung the blackout draperies properly to keep the very bright light from the sign from streaming into the room. The staff were very friendly and helpful. The restaurant in the hotel--45 Bistro--was excellent if a bit pricey. We loved the hotel and would probably return if ever in Savannah again.
If you are looking for a place to stay in the historic district of Savannah, within walking distance of everything, in a historic building with 'old time charm', this is a good hotel for you. The staff are very friendly, especially Melvin the Bellman. The room had the original brick wall, high ceilings, a comfortable bed, and a large door with the old fashion key lock. The trade off is that it is not quiet (whomever or whatever was upstairs kept me up at night with a scratching noise - animals are permitted but can't really say what the noise was), and you won't have the comforts of a newer hotel. It was converted from it's original purpose, so there are pillars in the oddest places, including right in the middle of our room, and just outside our door, so need to look where you are going :)
We had a girls' weekend. This place was exactly what we needed. It was very close to River Street and Market City. The office staff went above and beyond to make sure we had a pleasant stay. That were extremely friendly and sweet. The breakfast was not bad either.
Upon arrival greeted by a friendly staff person, unloading suitcases asked by another friendly staffer if they could help, room was awesome, had moon pies n rc cola for us, very clean comfortable chairs n beds, all staff were friendly n helpful, gave great recommendations for pizza place n historical tour company, loved it would definitely recommend n stay again
Everyone was very friendly, knowledgable and courteous. Very beautiful historic inn, exactly what you would want and expect in Savannah. Breakfast, afternoon wine and cheese, and evening coffee and dessert exceeded our expectations. Would definitely recommend to anyone going to Savannah. Looking forward to going back.
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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