Savannah, Georgia's First City, sits like a jewel just across the broad Savannah River. Historic 18th century garden squares, gourmet restaurants, antique shops and boutiques beckon by day and night. Just a few minutes away, the wide beaches of Tybee Island vie for attention with the world-famous attractions of Hilton Head Island. Savannah. The name conjures images of nights redolent with honeysuckle, warm breezes and the glint of moonlight over the sweeping river and marsh. History, tradition, courtesy and hospitality are at the heart of our Southern culture.
The first to be seduced by this saucy siren was her founder General James Edward Oglethorpe. Oglethorpe and the 120 travelers of the good ship "Anne" landed on a bluff high along the Savannah River in February 1733, Oglethorpe named the Thirteenth and final American colony Georgia, after England's King George II and Savannah became its first city. « More
The River Street Inn is located at the beginning of Savannahs Landmark district and is an intimate guest hotel, preserving the charm of the past in harmony with the amenities and conveniences of the present. Situated between historic Factor's Walk and River Street, the Inn overlooks the Savannah River and is an easy stroll to all Historic District tours, attractions, museums, antiques shops, souvenir shops, river cruises and restaurants.« More