Our guests are thrilled to discover the walk-to-everything Best Western Plus Savannah Historic District. This affordable hotel with a free full breakfast and free internet is smack dab in the middle of Savannah's colorful past. The Historic District, River Street shops and City Market fine dining are all within a short walk of this 89-room, three-floor, non-smoking hotel, which also boasts a sparkling outdoor heated pool, a fitness center and a business center. Rooms have free wireless high-speed internet access, comfortable beds and plenty of space to spread out to work or take in a movie. Pets are welcome with restrictions. The Best Western Plus Savannah Historic District is near chef Paula Deen's famed Southern restaurant, The Lady & Sons. History buffs might head for the First African Baptist Church, Mercer Williams House or Old Fort Jackson, all of which are within five miles of the hotel. Savannah/Hilton Head International Airport is nine miles from the hotel. Lovely Tybee Island, famous for it beautiful beaches, is a 20-minute drive away. If you like to bask in the past, eat mouthwatering food and immerse yourself in authentic Southern culture, the Best Western Plus Savannah Historic District offers what you need.
Dogs up to 80 pounds are allowed. There is a $20 per day pet fee up to $100 for the week. Up to two dogs are allowed per room.
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