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Like stepping into the past, there are few places quite like historic Savannah, Georgia. With deep roots and open arms, Savannah draws visitors year after year by due to its charm, hospitality, artistic vibe, and Southern culture. If you're ready to begin your unforgettable Savannah adventure, there's no better way to book your stay than with Venere. We offer efficient, hassle-free booking either online or by phone, and you can browse hotels yourself, or with one of our travel experts helping you find the perfect hotel for your trip. Check out lodgings in "The Hostess City of the South" based on your budget, amenity, or location needs among many others. At Venere, you'll find hundreds of Savannah hotels from which to choose, along with thousands of online reviews from real Venere users, so you can be sure of exactly what you're getting before you book.

What's Savannah like?

Imagine coasting through the historic streets of Savannah in a horse-drawn carriage, taking in the sights of the centuries-old city, listening to the local dialects, and soaking up the smells of the delicious Southern cooking. This and more await you on your trip to Savannah, G.A., where there is something to delight just about any traveler. History buffs will revel in the cobblestone streets, vintage feel, and of course the plentiful hotels near the Georgia Historical Society. Framed by the world-famous Savannah College of Art & Design, the strong presence of the arts in the city is felt by locals and visitors alike, with its history proudly preserved at the Telfair Museum of Art. Most Savannah hotels are close-by to lots of public transportation options, including the Chatham Area Transit (CAT), the beautiful Belles Ferry on the Savannah River, by foot, and of course by horse-drawn carriage. Get a wonderful mix of it all by finding accommodations along River Street to experience all the very best Savannah has to offer.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Savannah

Savannah is a friendly city for tourists, but it's always a good idea to embark with some travel tips. For example, if you plan on visiting during the popular spring and early fall months, be sure to stay mindful about sharing your space, particularly at the beaches that the locals have also waited months to enjoy. Deeply rooted in its history, you'll almost always get on Savannah locals' good sides by reading up a little on your chosen destinations and their history before you leave for your trip. And as with all cities, look to the residents for safety tips for your stay. Savannah hotels within the Historic District are plentiful and conveniently located for getting around by foot, however locals generally suggest traveling in groups after 10 p.m. and exercising reasonable city caution. For all your daytime urban adventures, make sure to dress comfortably and in layers depending on the season, and don't forget some good walking shoes for exploring all day on uneven cobblestone!