Boutique Hotel Savannah, GA
The Presidents’ Quarters Inn is a historic boutique hotel in Savannah GA that provides all the personal touches and amenities associated with a bed and breakfast. We offer seasonal getaway packages and specials that range in focus from Southern history and culture to spa and festival packages. As a local Savannah boutique hotel, we are here to help you plan and book the perfect vacation to one of the South’s most historic cities.
Nestled in the heart of Savannah’s historic district on Oglethorpe Square, this bed and breakfast has an exclusive location that is only steps away from the many great sights and attractions that the city has to offer. This includes the City Market and River Street, the theatre district, multiple world class restaurants, galleries and boutique shops, and the beautifully landscaped parks and squares that have come to make downtown Savannah famous.
The bed and breakfast itself was originally constructed in 1855, but these twin Federal-style mansions were extensively renovated in 2007. The inn now features 16 richly appointed suites with decorative fireplaces and several rooms with private balconies overlooking the courtyard
Each suite is named after a United States President who has visited the city of Savannah. Presidents’ Quarters Inn is decorated with both antique and period reproduction furnishings. We have accommodations that feature king and queen beds, all dressed in complimentary designer linens.
Each morning you can expect a signature gourmet breakfast prepared to order. You may choose to enjoy breakfast in the historic inn’s front parlor, or in the courtyard gazebo. Afternoon hors d’oeuvres and wine, evening cordials and a nightly turndown service are only a few of the exceptional amenities that make the Presidents’ Quarters Inn an exclusive lodging experience worthy of Savannah’s most discriminating of guests.
Request Our Savannah Vacation Guide
As one of Savannah’s most historic bed and breakfasts, we have truly become your local experts in all that you can experience while you are here. Our Savannah Vacation Guide gives you a complete interactive and visual guide to the city. You’ll learn more about our bed and breakfast, as well as the culture, history, and culinary scene in Savannah. Best of all, it’s completely free! Simply take a second to fill out the form on our Savannah Vacation Guide page, and your guide will be automatically sent to you electronically.
A Unique Bed and Breakfast for Savannah Business Travelers or Weekend Getaways
Whether your visit to Savannah is for business travel, a relaxing vacation, or a romantic getaway, our attentive and knowledgeable staff is on hand to custom-design exclusive packages that will make your stay unique and memorable. Romantic dinners, spa services, cooking classes, architectural tours – whatever your interests – may all be arranged at our front desk.
For 6 consecutive years, Savannah Magazine readers voted The Presidents’ Quarters Inn for
- BEST OF THE BEST Savannah Inn/Bed and Breakfast (2008-2013)
If you are considering booking a trip to Savannah in the near future, and you are looking for a great bed and breakfast in the downtown area, then do not hesitate to contact us.
Pet & Family Friendly
Are you looking for a pet and family friendly hotel or place to stay in Savannah? Look no further than the Presidents’ Quarters Inn. Our bed and breakfast combines unparalleled amenities with a great location. Our inn is truly a great place to stay for family vacations. We can take small animals of 30lbs. and under in our rooms on the first floor, and a $50 non-refundable pet deposit will be due at check-in. Do not hesitate to call if you have any questions regarding our pet policy. We are truly proud of our heritage and we hope you enjoy our beautiful city!
Savannah Visitor’s Bureau
Looking for some great general visitor’s information on the city of Savannah? You will find many great resources and information on the savannahvisit.com website. You’ll find helpful information on planning and booking your vacation, as well as historical information on the city of Savannah…