Perry Lane Hotel, a Luxury Collection Hotel
What We Love
- Byredo bath products in each of the 167 guest rooms
- Resort-wear by Bergdorf Goodman alum, Andie Kully, at the lobby boutique
- Peregrin, the swanky rooftop bar onsite, is furnished with lawn games and an open-air deck
- Gratis cups of locally roasted Bowerbird Coffee at the on-site café
What To Know
- Deluxe Rooms offer corner windows with generous park views
- One of the 12 suites is specially designated for brides-to-be
- Though there is no spa at the hotel, a partnership with a local beauty boutique allows for in-room massages and facials
- The rooftop pool is reserved for hotel guests only
- Free WiFi
- Room Service
Antebellum meets playful contemporary at this manor house-inspired property, featuring a rooftop pool and bar
Savannah has been affectionately referred to as the “Hostess of the South,” but for years, luxe lodging options in this elegant moss-clad city were largely limited to inns and B&Bs. So when New York-based real estate developers Flank set their sites on the area’s leafy Historic District, it was crucial they demonstrated fluency in all things genteel. Thus began a thorough, multi-year study in local customs, which covered everything from southern style sensibilities to entertaining edicts. The final product exudes an inimitable, homespun warmth: cookie jars in guest rooms—residential refuges decked with Frette linens and oversize windows—are restocked on a daily basis, a bar cart dispensing a cocktail-of-the-day makes its rounds every afternoon, the leather seats in the cozy lending library were made for sinking in. The hotel even curates a range of exclusive excursions, including a customized walking tour of the area’s 300-year-old architectural marvels and art classes led by Savannah College of Art and Design grads, but you don’t have to leave its dapper interiors to experience this culturally-rich city.
In the Area
Perry Lane’s charming cobblestone surroundings make up the largest National Historic Landmark District in the United States. The 24 public squares here include Chippewa (featured prominently in the movie Forrest Gump) and Green, situated near the church where Major General Tecumseh Sherman delivered his landmark “Forty Acres and a Mule” promise. The hotel is also within easy reach of Savannah’s vibrant riverfront, which is lined with specialty boutiques such as Satchel, devoted to locally-crafted leather bags, and Red Clover, a decade-old women’s clothing emporium with unique, budget-friendly pieces. City Market, an oak-shaded courtyard wreathed by bistros and art galleries, is also close by.
How to Get There
We stayed at this hotel using points. We were greeted nicely and offered champagne!!! We arrived at our scheduled time and had previously requested early check in. Unfortunately our room wasn’t ready. We decided to grab a bite at the restaurant and then headed to the rooftop bar. We were given drinks at no charge because our room wasn’t ready. Rooftop bar is a must if you stay at this hotel. We headed out for a bit. When we returned our room was ready and we were upgraded. The room was luxurious and they spared no expense. Our trip was only one night, butI can’t wait to go back. The valet service is a great touch since parking is hard to find in the area. Garfield took great care of us, and is extremely courteous.
My wife and I spent a couple nights at Perry Lane while visiting Savannah. The hotel is conveniently located in the beautiful historic district, just a few blocks from the Cathedral of St. John the Baptist. It’s about a ten minute walk to River Street and ten minutes the other way to Forsyth Park. So the location is perfect if you are planning to stay in the historic district. The only parking option is a valet for around $40 a night which includes unlimited drop offs and retrievals. Because they don’t have a parking lot onsite, you should allow about 20 minutes for them to retrieve your car. The check-in process was wonderful as everyone greeted us with a smile and opened every door. We were offered a drink and shown a map of the area, which was marked with some of the hotspots. The room was spacious and filled with modern amenities. The bed was extremely comfortable, and there was a beautiful couch and ottoman. The hotel also offers a shuttle to any location within a 2 mile radius; just make sure you book it in advance because someone else may be using it when you need it. The hotel charges a $30 resort fee per day, which allows you access to free coffee in the morning at a local coffee shop, a free appetizer in the evening at the adjacent restaurant, Emporium, as well as other services. I would say this is one of the best hotel stays I’ve ever had, and I truly hope to come back.
Stayed here for a friend’s birthday weekend. Greeted with a glass of champagne upon arrival. Bed was super comfy. Enjoyed the roof top bar. Staff was very helpful and they provided a complimentary car for short trips. Would stay here again.
My husband and I recently visited Savannah for the first time and loved our stay at the Perry Lane Hotel. Before arrival we were sent a list of recommended restaurants and activities. From the moment we arrived we received top notch service. The staff was so friendly and greeted us with a glass of champagne. The concierge service went above and beyond to help us maximize our time and made reservations for our dinners. The rooms are beautifully decorated and really capture Savannah perfectly. The beds were heavenly which is one of the number one things we rate hotel rooms on. We will definitely be returning to the Perry Lane hotel soon.
Beautiful building and very cozy rooms! Customer service was Excellent!! Roof top bar was amazing, what a view!! Food at the Emporium restaurant was fabulous and again great service! We will stay there on our next trip to Savannah!!