Hotel stays allow guests to experience the bliss of quiet bedrooms, communal jacuzzis, and all-you-can-eat moisturizing soap. Introduce yourself to a new lifestyle with today's Groupon to The Inn on Greene Street in Augusta, Georgia. Choose between the following options:
- For $99, you get a one-night stay in a suite with a private bath (a $199 value).
- For $199, you get a two-night stay in a suite with a private bath (a $398 value).
The Inn on Greene Street gives guests a cozy and comfortable home-away-from-home as they delve into the rich history and colorful architecture of Augusta’s historic Olde Town district. Elegant suites await to cheer road-weary travelers with bright, pleasant pastels and antique-style furnishings, as large windows let in fresh air and sunlight, and clean linens swaddle sleepers in snuggly human cocoons. The Inn’s reception room hosts a guest microwave, refrigerator, and coffee maker, and several suites offer working fireplaces, perfect for cozy conversation or rousing games of incredibly hot potato. Between meals, guests can enjoy complimentary muffins and coffee in the sitting and meeting parlor or relax outside on the Inn’s breezy porch. After a long day, guests can unwind by soaking or re-enacting favorite sequences from Das Boot in their suite’s whirlpool tub before drifting off to sleep between the comfortable throw pillows of a four-poster queen- or king-size bed.
Those daring to venture outside the Inn's powder-blue walls can take a stroll through architectural history in Olde Town, which was founded in 1736 and showcases a range of building styles from the late 18th century through the early 20th century. Ride a pretend Vespa past a 19th-century Italianate house modeled on Tuscany and Umbria villas, or politely admire the shapely spindlework and lovely, lace-like spandrels of a Folk Victorian from a socially respectable distance. Sprawling across 60 acres, the Magnolia Cemetery is home to a wealth of decorative tombstones dating as far back as 1818 and shelters the state's oldest tree, while showcasing an East wall that was fortified during the Civil War to defend the city against attacking troops and undead debutantes.