Hotel Indigo Savannah Historic District
Not satisfied with just being amid the history of Savannah, Hotel Indigo is part of it. Housed in the Guckenheimer, a red-brick corner building which first debuted in the 1850s, this boutique hotel’s had something of a renaissance. Its 19th century shell cloaks modernised interiors, where bespoke murals cover walls and plush rugs dress hardwood floors. It may feel like they’ve been given the key to a designer magazine’s stock room, but Hotel Indigo hasn’t lost its Southern charm. It’s the first thing that greets you at Five Oaks Taproom, closely followed by local Georgia beer and farm-fresh food. Nicknamed ‘Grand Lady of the Bay’ by locals, if you fancy dining out, you’re just a block from City Market and River Street.
- Safety Deposit Box
- Fitness Centre/Gym
- Internet Access
- Close to City Centre
Where is itOn the corner of Bay and Jefferson Streets, in Savannah’s historic district, the hotel is surrounded by the city’s shopping and dining hotspots. It’s just a block from City Market, River Street’s waterside boutiques, galleries, and cafes, Ellis Square, and the 30 acre Forsyth Park, and is 2 blocks from Broughton Street Shopping. Transfer time from airport: 30 minutes.
252 rooms and suites on 7 floors. All with HDTV with cable/satellite channels, complimentary WiFi, stereo/radio, telephone, Kuerig coffeemaker, hairdryer, and iron and board. Indigo Queen Rooms have 1 queen-size bed, sleeping maximum 2 adults or 2 double beds, sleeping maximum 4 adults.
Five Oaks Taproom (Southern menu and Georgia brews, dining room and bar). Outdoor covered lounge (patio). Fitness centre. Concierge. Dry-cleaning service*. Complimentary WiFi. Valet parking*.
*Denotes local charge