- Free WiFi
- Handicap Accessible
- Parking On Site
With a stay at Hamilton-Turner Inn, you’ll be centrally located in Savannah, steps from Lafayette Square and Cathedral of St. John the Baptist. This 4-star hotel is within close proximity of Andrew Low House and Calhoun Square.
Make yourself at home in one of the 17 air-conditioned rooms featuring flat-screen televisions. Complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected, and satellite programming is available for your entertainment. Bathrooms have complimentary toiletries and hair dryers. Conveniences include complimentary bottled water and a turndown service, as well as phones with free local calls.
Spa, Wellness & Premium Amenities
Take in the views from a garden and make use of amenities such as complimentary wireless Internet access and concierge services. Additional features at this hotel include gift shops/newsstands, wedding services, and a fireplace in the lobby.
Food & Drink
Meet other guests and eat at a complimentary reception. A complimentary full breakfast is served daily.
Business & Travel Amenities
Featured amenities include complimentary newspapers in the lobby, a 24-hour front desk, and luggage storage.
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We have stayed in many inns and hotels in Savannah but the H-T is our favorite which is why we have been here many times. The building is gorgeous. The rooms are beautifully appointed. The common areas, dining room and parlor, are standouts. The breakfasts are delicious and the afternoon wine and cheese is a great gathering spot. We always meet nice interesting people. And the cookies and port at 8 are not to be missed. Great location on Lafayette Square.
A friend and I stayed at the Inn to celebrate our mutual birthdays with a long weekend getaway from Philadelphia and NJ respectively. We preferred to stay in a classic Savannah house, instead of one of the chain hotels, in the historic district. The Inn was in a perfect location to walk easily to all the major sites, and restaurants. The breakfast every morning was delicious, but know going in that you need to select a time that you would like to eat as the dining room is small, and you can't just show up and expect a table. The food/beverage selections throughout the day were wonderful, especially the baked goods. We stayed in the Earl of Chatham suite, that was a wonderful size, and very comfortable. Closets are a little tricky, and one sink was clogged, but you will find in restored homes that the quirkiness is part of the charm. I would definitely stay here again!
My Mom and I stayed at the Hamilton Turner Inn for 2 nights on a Mom / daughter trip as a stop on our way to the north GA mountains. We couldn't have chosen a better place. From the warm welcome we received at check in, to check out and all the time in-between, we were shown true southern hospitality. We stayed in the Thomas Charlton room on the first floor since my Mom would have had difficulty with the many stairs to get to the 2nd and 3rd floors. The room was spacious, well appointed and the bathroom was beautifully updated. We are still talking about the breakfasts that were served and included in the room rate - the pumpkin pancakes were heavenly! We knew about this inn's storied past when we made our reservations, however that was not why we decided to stay here. However, we did experience something that still gives me goose bumps. Firstly, let me say that I do believe in ghosts and paranormal activity but my Mom does not. On our second night, we went to bed talking about the inn's haunted past and my Mom said that she didn't want to see any, I laughed and said, "well I do ...you can visit me ghosts" And with that, we went to sleep. I was woken up in the middle of the night, am guessing around 2 - 3am to a young child crying and then a muffled woman's voice obviously trying to console the child. From the cry, you could tell that the child wasn't a baby but wasn't a 10 year old either - I'm guessing, probably a toddler. The sound came from above us and since we were on the first floor, I put it down to another guest upstairs who had a child with them, and went back to sleep. The next morning at breakfast, my Mom asked me how I slept. I told her about what I had heard and she said that she had also woken up and had heard the same thing. Again, we both put it down to a child staying at the inn. That morning, we were the last people having breakfast and as we were finishing up, the owner of the inn came by to chat with us. Seeing that Halloween was a week away and the inn had been decorated for the holiday, I asked her if she'd ever experienced anything paranormal. She started to tell us a few stories and then somehow mentioned that the inn doesn't allow kids under 10. My Mom and I both looked at each other in disbelief! We told the owner what we had heard the previous night and she had no explanation but immediately asked one of her staff if any children older than 10 had been in the inn that past night, only to be told that there hadn't been any children at the inn for the past few weeks. I have never experienced anything like that before but truly believe that what we heard was paranormal activity. This of course, only added to the overall great experience of our stay & will make for great conversation as we share with friends and family. What an incredibly beautiful and interesting place!! Can't wait to go back!!