The newly and fully renovated, full service, Quality Inn Midtown hotel in Savannah, GA is located in the shopping district of Savannah, GA. We are adjacent to shopping & dining options with over 100 shops and 100 restaurants only minutes away, including within walking distance to the Oglethorpe Mall. We are 3 miles from Historic District and just a short drive from the Savannah Airport or Hilton Head Island. Do non request king to double connecting rooms. Pet charge: 25.00/stay per pet. Pet limit: 2 pets per room / up to 50 pounds.
The cleanliness, comfort, location, and prices.
The maid was rude. We decided to stay 2 more nights and she was trying to make us get out. She was mean about it.
Grosses hotel I have ever stayed at. I almost cancelled my room and slept in the car. The rooms were filthy. First room had five pubic hairs on the floor, the second room the gave us had a dirty shower, and roaches. I almost thought they rented rooms by the hour.
Nothing! Worst experience ever.
This is the second time i have stayed at this location. The customer service is friendly. The rooms are very clean and updated. The location is perfect for vacationing in savannah. It is 15 minutes away from down town and 25 minute from the beach. Great restaurants and shopping very close.
I did not like that breakfast was only served untill 9am just cause i work late and dont get up very early. The tacky lit up Palm trees in the front entrance to parking lot is rediculous yet entertaining as if Elvis himself decorated the yard
good overall value and comfortable bed and room. Internet was a little strange, Full signal, but a hesitation between pages most of the time making it a little slow to maneuver.
The room was well appointed and clean. Everything worked except the remote for the TV was a Generic one so some of the functions like the "sleep" feature did not work. Staff was friendly and it is only 4.7 miles from the "River St." sites so you get a it of a tour of "Old Town" on your way to River St.
Door was swollen, so You had to shove the door to get it to open. At 1st I thought that the key did not work.