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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

Amenities

  •  Bar
  •  Concierge
  •  Free WiFi
  •  Pool
  •  Restaurant
  •  Room Service
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Overview

Antebellum meets playful contemporary at this manor house-inspired property, featuring a rooftop pool and bar

The Lowdown

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

Perry Lane Hotel, a Luxury Collection Hotel
256 East Perry Street
Savannah, GA 31401 United States

Reviews

Mrs
mara r

The hotel was wonderful and the beds were amazing. Kennedy at the valet was so helpful and really went out of his way to make our trip special. Adam at the front desk also really cared about our stay and was extremely helpful. Overall great!!!

Absolutely worth every penny!
modieth

The classiest boutique hotel in Savannah! Just the amazing smell when you walk in completes the whole experience. Elegant but not stuffy.... classy but sassy too! Awesome rooftop bar with beautiful views of the city. Staff is exemplary! One and only wish is that there was a coffee machine in the room.... everything else is out of this world! Worth a little extra money all day long!!!

Royal treatment and Southern Hospitality at its finest!!!
MeredithS967

Perry Lane made our girls trip so memorable and amazing! The staff were so friendly, the service was excellent, overall A DIVINE experience! The location is perfect! Our pool Afternoon was a blast (sunscreen complementary... yes please), Frose was yummy at Peregrin (the rooftop bar) and the Emporium was crazy good food!