Offering free breakfast and 24-hour dining, this hotel is located near the famed history, culture, and entertainment of downtown Savannah
Hotel at a Glance: Ramada by Wyndham Savannah Gateway
Conveniently situated off I-95 and GA-204 near Savannah/Hilton Head International Airport, Ramada by Wyndham Savannah Gateway offers easy access to the rich culture, history, and charm of downtown Savannah. The hotel is just 15 miles away from Savannah’s Historic District, where cobblestone streets pave a path through the art galleries, boutiques, and restaurants of River Street and City Market.
- Start the day right with fresh fruit, warm waffles, eggs, bagels, and more from the hotel’s complimentary hot breakfast offered each morning.
- Make a splash during a day in the sun at the hotel’s outdoor pool, or relax poolside with a book while lounging on the pool’s sundeck.
- Comfortable guest rooms include a microwave, small refrigerator, and coffee maker.
- Explore the area: Explore an array of flowers, plants, and trees during a visit to the Coastal Georgia Botanical Gardens, located just 1 mile away. Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD) is just a 15-minute drive away from the hotel.
- 24/7 Denny’s: Located on-site, this casual diner is open 24-hours a day and offers classic American fare for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
Savannah, Georgia: Historical Mansions and a Lively River Walk
Founded in 1733 as Georgia’s first town, Savannah is not only one of the most graceful cities in the South but also one the most historic. The old but well-preserved architecture landed it on Forbes’s 2011 list of America’s Best Downtowns, and Travel + Leisure dubbed it one of the top cities in the United States and Canada in 2013. The city’s 22 famous public squares play host to some famous landmarks, such as antebellum-era houses framed by moss-covered oak trees. Head to Oglethorpe Square to see the Owens-Thomas House, an English Regency–style mansion completed in 1819 that now serves as a museum; tours here depart from the original carriage house and go past its charming English-style parterre garden.
Another relic of Savannah’s past, River Street curves for about a mile along Savannah River’s south bank. The cobblestone walkways are lined with 100-year-old cotton warehouses that have been converted into antique shops, brewpubs, and galleries. A short walk west of River Street will take you to the City Market, a four-block public meeting space on the edge of downtown.