The Gastonian Rating: 4.0 Pearls

Romance thrives in Savannah, one of the best preserved cities in the South, where couples can take a jaunt back in time through its Antebellum mansions, cobblestone streets, and scenic public squares. There are also great dining options -- especially for seafood and barbecue fare -- as well as plenty of opportunities to hike, picnic, swim, and fish nearby. Some of our favorite hotels are prime spots for nurturing romance; check them out here: Comprised of two historic mansions surrounded by lush foliage, the Gastonian has the B&B feel down to a tee. Each of the 17 rooms features antique furniture and a working fireplace, and free breakfast is served every morning, either downstairs or directly in your room. This upscale B&B lacks the amenities of larger hotels -- there is no fitness center and no elevator -- but modern perks like free Wi-Fi and flat-screen TVs make this 19th-century property feel up to date.

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 Romance thrives in Savannah, one of the best preserved cities in the South, where couples can take a jaunt back in time through its Antebellum mansions, cobblestone streets, and scenic public squares. There are also great dining options -- especially for seafood and barbecue fare -- as well as plenty of opportunities to hike, picnic, swim, and fish nearby. Some of our favorite hotels are prime spots for nurturing romance; check them out here:
Comprised of two historic mansions surrounded by lush foliage, the Gastonian has the B&B feel down to a tee. Each of the 17 rooms features antique furniture and a working fireplace, and free breakfast is served every morning, either downstairs or directly in your room. This upscale B&B lacks the amenities of larger hotels -- there is no fitness center and no elevator -- but modern perks like free Wi-Fi and flat-screen TVs make this 19th-century property feel up to date.
Romance thrives in Savannah, one of the best preserved cities in the South, where couples can take a jaunt back in time through its Antebellum mansions, cobblestone streets, and scenic public squares. There are also great dining options -- especially for seafood and barbecue fare -- as well as plenty of opportunities to hike, picnic, swim, and fish nearby. Some of our favorite hotels are prime spots for nurturing romance; check them out here:
Comprised of two historic mansions surrounded by lush foliage, the Gastonian has the B&B feel down to a tee. Each of the 17 rooms features antique furniture and a working fireplace, and free breakfast is served every morning, either downstairs or directly in your room. This upscale B&B lacks the amenities of larger hotels -- there is no fitness center and no elevator -- but modern perks like free Wi-Fi and flat-screen TVs make this 19th-century property feel up to date. Built in 1851, this charming 68-room property housed Union soldiers during the Civil War -- and some guests say their spirits still walk the hallways. One of Savannah's oldest hotels is a wonderful pick, with a great location in the heart of the Historic District and elegant rooms that feature gorgeous architectural details like high ceilings, hardwood floors, and decorative fireplaces. Don't miss the 45 Bistro, which offers a seasonal menu and an extensive wine list. The Kehoe House is quaint, historic inn housed in a beautifully restored 1892 mansion. The 13 rooms are all elegant and classic (without feeling fussy or dated), with antique-style wood furniture, decorative fireplaces, hardwood floors, and chandeliers. Most have a large veranda overlooking tree-lined Columbia Square. There are few amenities, but freebies galore (free Wi-Fi, cooked-to-order breakfast), and the location in the Historic District is hard to beat. Overlooking the Savannah River, this former cotton storehouse has been reborn as an 86-room hotel that takes up an entire block in the northern part of the Historic District. It's a mid-range property, but it has some nice touches, like a small but well-equipped fitness center and free wine and cheese hours. Built in 1817, its stone and brick walls, hardwood floors, and inner atrium give the River Street Inn more character than most hotels of this category. It's an old building, so rooms are somewhat small for the price, but they feature classic d├ęcor, large windows, and flat-screen TVs. This upscale boutique hotel has a location right by the river, on the northern edge of the Historic District. It has 75 rooms (though some are small for the price) with outstanding bathrooms and unique high-end decor inspired by the period when 18th-century British maritime settlers landed in Savannah (think: headboards of red velvet and sturdy dark wood, faux fur throws, leather and brass accents). One of the most attractive features of this boutique is the hopping rooftop bar with river views, which is popular with locals and tourists alike. The Dresser Palmer House is a charming, historic bed and breakfast in an Italianate townhouse that dates back to 1876. The 16 rooms are each decorated differently but share a similar historic feel, many with four-poster beds, antique-style wood furniture, fireplaces, and patios. All rooms include free Wi-Fi, but the inn lacks amenities -- such as a fitness center and a pool -- that larger hotels in the area have. But the location in the Historic District is hard to beat, and for guests who prefer southern hospitality and the residential-style stay of a quaint B&B, this is one of the best bets in the area. The Mansion on Forsyth Park is arguably one of the best -- and most special -- hotels in town, with a wonderful art collection, a great cooking school, a solid spa, an outdoor relaxation pool and a popular restaurant on-site. Spacious rooms have eclectic designer-level decor, with vintage furnishings and contemporary touches, plus deep soaking tubs, high-tech amenities, and original artwork on the walls. Those wanting to be in the heart of the tourist action might prefer a property located closer to the riverfront, however. The small Planters Inn is certainly an authentic way to experience the Historic District -- the inn's 60 rooms are decidedly Savannah, with details such as four-poster beds and dark wood accents. Some rooms even have cozy fireplaces and balconies. But some of the "charm" means just plain out of date -- some rooms still have tube TVs. The bathrooms, on the other hand, are marble and modern. The Planters Inn's prime central location makes it a great choice for first-time visitors to the city. Located on the outskirts of the Historic District, the Hampton Inn has slightly more charm than a typical mid-range chain -- rooms are decorated in old Southern style with muted floral fabrics and dark wood accents, and the pool area is usually quiet and features palm trees. But like some chains, the 154-room hotel (though close to Historic District sights) is right on a busy street, meaning some guests have trouble sleeping.
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