Comfortable Suites Near Savannah/Hilton Head Airport
Just a few minutes from Cambria Suites Savannah Airport is Savannah's most iconic spot: City Market, a four-block commercial and social hub built in the early 1700s. Long ago, it was a crossroads for farmers and tradesmen. Today, it's a haven for shoppers, who can peruse its artists’ studios, candy shops, and lively taverns. Just next door to the hotel is the Savannah/Hilton Head International Airport; travel to and from the airport is made easy with a complimentary airport shuttle and free onsite parking.
The hotel’s roomy king and double queen suites each include a full living area replete with a sleeper sofa and two flat-screen TVs, as well as multimedia hubs for video games and computers. The two-story lobby is equally open and airy, with lounge seating and mounted TVs. Here, you'll also find a barista-run coffee bar brewing the blends of celebrity chef Wolfgang Puck.
If you’re in a hurry, grab a quick bite at Refill, a 24-hour sundry pantry that stocks drinks, snacks and self-prepared meals. Or dine on bistro-style entrees and a breakfast buffet with freshly made omelets at Reflect, open for breakfast and dinner.
Savannah, Georgia: Vintage Mansions Near Tybee Island
Savannah, known for its cobblestone streets and live oaks draped in spanish moss, was founded in 1733 as Georgia's first city. The town retains much of its original layout, including its 22 famous public squares, many of which contain a historical landmark or two. The Davenport House, one of the town’s most famous antebellum homes, is located in Columbia Square, a 20-minute drive from the hotel. Daily guided tours wind past its period furnishings, including a cantilevered staircase. Head to the northeast corner of Oglethorpe Square to find the 1819 Owens–Thomas House, an English Regency–style mansion now serving as a museum; tours here go past its charming English-style parterre garden and its original carriage house.
About a half-hour drive east is Tybee Island, which has excellent beaches and views of the lush southern landscape. Explore the antebellum brick fort at Fort Pulaski National Monument, which still bears pocks from Civil War–era cannon blasts. The fort overlooks rolling hills, sparkling inlets, and the remains of 19th-century laser guns.
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