B Historic Savannah
What We Love
- A boutique hotel in Savannah’s downtown Historic District, with breakfast for two includedTaking a leisurely stroll among the oaks of Forsyth Park, within walking distance of the hotel
- Kicking back in your Blissful Bed-equipped room
- Taking advantage of the helpful concierge service, to make any local dining reservations
What To Know
- Just two blocks from Savannah Coffee Roasters – the neighborhood's favorite caffeine joint
- Onsite valet parking can be pricey, but there's a garage just across the street
- Free WiFi works well
Get savvy in Savannah at a sleek, modern hotel in the Historic District. B Historic Savannah prides itself on catering to the contemporary traveler, with tech-friendly touches, designer furnishings and thoughtful conveniences in its common spaces and accommodations. Find an in-room miniature beverage cooler and Blissful Bed, as well as a fitness center and luxurious indoor saltwater pool. They don’t call this the Hostess City for nothing, and B’s own take on hospitality – and perhaps a bite of the hearty fare at its restaurant, Kitchen 320 – will get you all charged up to explore it.
And there’s a lot to explore, whether you do your sightseeing in a horse-drawn carriage, on a river liner or fishing boat or on your own two feet. Start with the Telfair Museums, featuring period rooms, Realist paintings and modern artworks; Forsyth Park, housing the iconic oak-framed fountain; Mercer House, known for its appearance in Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil; and The Olde Pink House, serving sumptuous Southern cuisine in an 18th-century mansion. All of these are within a 20-minute walk of the hotel. And if you need any pointers or help making any reservations, B’s concierge staff will happily lend a hand.
Your B accommodation is all-new and designed with a modern touch, featuring tech-savvy touches, like FreeB Wi-Fi and a 47-in. LCD HDTV. Crashing on a Blissful Bed.
Come to Kitchen 320 for three meals a day of fresh, cosmopolitan fare. Executive Chef William Herrington’s old-meets-new, low-country-inspired dishes include sweet-tea chicken wings, succotash salad and a sundae with ice cream from popular Leopold’s.
Situated within the country’s largest National Historic Landmark District, in the oldest city in Georgia, B Historic Savannah places you walking distance from Savannah’s gardens, churches, museums, restaurants and shops. Georgian architecture, cobblestone streets and large oaks offer a picturesque scene at every turn. For a scenic stroll, take to the paths of Forsyth Park, alongside the famous fountain. When the weather is nice, you can also drive over to Tybee Island and befriend some seagulls, or settle into the sands with a good book (may we suggest Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil?).
How to Get There
The location is great with a few restaurants within walking distance. Also has a restaurant in the hotel. The front desk personnel were outstanding. If you don’t need your car, park it across the street for approximately $13 rather than the $30 valet parking.
We go to Savannah several a year, but we decided to bring our dog this trip. For a pet friendly hotel, it was very nice. Would definitely stay again if we bring our dog and probably would even without the dog. Location is convenient to anything you would want.
Clean hotel with ok amenities. Stayed for the rock and roll marathon. This hotel is supposed to be a “preferred” hotel for this race, however staff seemed to have no idea. There was no coffee on the morning of the race, nor any access to bananas etc... very disappointing when you choose a hotel on the “preferred list”. In my experience, I would not consider this hotel to be accommodating for runners traveling to run RnR.