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The coffee maker Desk staff rude. Renovation took over the complete hotel - our hallway on 5th floor, temporary lobby nasty, Madison room terrible. Such a hotel should not be charging for a breakfast pastry esp under these conditions. Cleaning staff did not address our room at all. Bed too soft. Live and learn - the hard way
Nice room, but overpriced for what was provided It was indicated that breakfast was part of the deal...and it was for $13.00 per person. The worst was having to pay for parking ACROSS the street from the hotel. Made loading and unloading a pain.
Great location, lovely and helpful staff, clean rooms Half of hotel was undergoing renovation, and while they maintained a fairly clean and quiet atmosphere, walking into a hall rented with plastic and filled with power tools was a bit unsettling. Travelers ought to be advised of such things prior to booking...and given a steeper discount.
Bed was comfortable and the room was comfortable overall. Was in a room that had a door that adjoined to the next room that seemed very thin. At 5am could hear the people in the adjoining room so clearly it sounded like they were in the room with me. TV remote did not work, and the clock had not been set for the current time. Most hotels will allow a 1hr late checkout . . . Not here! And noticed what appeared to be a small patch of mold in the bathroom.
The parking was on ground floor and convenient, glad we didn't have to go across the street. WE were able to walk around easily, room was clean but not drop dead gorgeous but nice. Staff VERY friendly and accommodating. I agree with breakfast issue. Reminded me of the free breakfasts at other chains. I would not have paid $13 unless I had a per diem, was hungry and in a hurry.
Love the modern rooms Mint scented shampoo
I was not aware that the hotel was under construction. It was kid of a mess and I wouldn't have booked a reservation for our anniversary here if o had know that. I was pretty disappointed.
Clean room, very comfortable bed, great location. It was an easy walk to the waterfront and the historic district. I would definitely stay here again. I would have liked a coffeemaker in the room.
The hotel was a really great deal, especially for the quality of hotel. It was a little on the outskirts of the downtown area.
The indoor pool is small , and on the cool side , but it was January.They are under construction,but it was quiet and is in NEED of updating .Clean , staff was super friendly,breakfast cafe is low quality,outdated,had the feel of a motel.Had I not got a great deal on this hotel,I would've been hugely disappointed.My Daughter goes to S.C.A.D ,So I've been to many hotels in the historic center,this is on the bottom of my list of places to stay.
The location is nice Everything else is horrible. Major renovations under way. They even renovate on Sunday's which is horrible. The bed is probably a 2 on a scale of 1-10. Room is small and no parking because you cannot park in the garage
Beautiful hotel rooms impeccable Service wonderfull I will recomendé to friends and family and will like to go to another in another city
Did some sightseeing Yes, the fact that when we got there they said they were full and didn't have any rooms for us. I specifically booked online and then called and spoke to Alex so he would hold 2 queen rooms for me. We were delayed at least an hour. They eventually put us in rooms since I had all my paperwork but I had to make a point and don't like doing that.
the professionalism of the staff should have more room with double beds
Location is great. Free bottle of water is a nice benefit. Social hours and friendly staff. Bed was not very comfortable and seemed to tilt slightly so that your feet were higher than your head.
The staff couldn't have been more gracious and accommodating. Complimentary wine and cheese social for 2 hours in the evening. Free breakfast in the morning. The room was very comfortable and clean.
The staff was great as so the location! I would stay there again.
I really liked the soft beds and comfortable pillows. Breakfast was lackluster.
The breakfast in the sun room was wonderful. The staff was very nice and helpful. Also the wine and cheese in the afternoon was wonderful. Yes. When I first checked in my room down that long hallway on the 3rd floor I got a very uncomfortable feeling. After finding out that this hotel was a stop on all the tours including the ghost tours I grew even more uncomfortable. Please stop the tour buses from stopping in front of the hotel for their stop to tell about the hotel full of ghosts.
The hotel staff was friendly and very helpful. The hotel is located in the historic district and within easy walking distance to many sights. Our room was was very comfortable and clean.
Nice hotel near to everything
Everything was up to par. Comfortable room, great breakfast and good location
I loved the hospitality & very clean, comfortable rooms, as well as the daily breakfast & wine/cheese reception. And great location. No gym or swimming pool.
The staff was incredibly helpful and personable. The decor was beautiful and we loved our room (although I will try for room 421 next visit). The housekeeper assigned to our room did not do a great job. When we arrived our floors were not well swept and she left an empty drink cup on the night stand.
The room was full of character and the bed was so comfy! The location was within walking distance to the rstaurants and night life. None-we loved it!
Is a nice classic hotel with history with large amount of stories, has a lot of caratehtere , nice staff, bar, restaurante and concierge, best location in town , So noisy that at 7 you are up impossible to sleep beyond that time, terrible breakfast, no minibar and the bathroom very nice but if you have not worked at the circle du soleili impossible to have a shower or climb in to the bath.
From entering the stunning lobby to the beautiful room, everything was wonderful! The staff was extremely welcoming and helpful. The complimentary breakfasts were served in a sunny and comfortable room, one of my favorite features of the hotel. Located at the center of the historic district, it is the perfect location to begin the historic walks and tours. And being in walking distance of many great restaurants and pubs was really fun for us. The on-site gourmet restaurant/bar provided a perfect end to the day. This was the best hotel stay we've ever experienced! It did not have a gift shop.
The staff was excellent courteous and helpful. Great location. Easy to walk to most restaurants and attractions. Parking
The hotel was lovely. We are already planning a trip back later this fall and will stay longer if we can get a good rate.
Location is great. Quiet and secluded, but easy walk to city center. Warm and welcoming staff. Very pleasant gathering room and garden courtyard. Guestrooms somewhat small, but comfortable. On your own for on-street metered (during weekdays) parking.
All the staff was extremely helpful and friendly. The front desk staff seemed to show a genuine interest in our day or plans to come, Kelly always mentioned other ideas or have her view of ours. We will definitely be staying here again.
Than mansion itself is stunning. Beautiful decor, art, loved the room. We stayed for a week & our keys had to be replaced 5 times in that week. There were no comps or anything even offered for all of our issues with the room keys. I thought we should have been offered some sort of severance for the problems that we had. For that, I was disappointed. Also the food we ordered from room service was very overpriced & not flavorful. We had a salad & a sandwich, which was $50 & they forgot my dressing. The menu, at least for room service, was unimpressive.
The property itself is very cool - chandeliers, marble, velvet furniture, modern art, sculptures everywhere. The location is also great in that you're about a mile or so to the main dining/shopping area. The service here is terrible but I'm under the impression it's terrible everywhere in Savannah, not just here. In fact, I'd go as far as to say it's a southern thing. Nevertheless, we paid 5 star prices to stay here (by southern standards) and expected 5 star service. The staff failed in this area, HARD. Examples: they didn't set up the sparkling wine service we ordered for arrival; they screwed up our room service order (literally, I ordered plain pasta with red sauce and they couldn't understand my order, so I got pasta drenched in butter); we requested a trash can several times before giving up; we had to request more toilet paper, tissues, coffee creamer, stirrers, etc., because housekeeping didn't leave it. Come on. On a side note, the amenities here are really low end. I didn't bring any shower products thinking what they'd provide would be sufficient. I ended up buying some cheap travel size things from CVS because the products here are even worse than drug store quality. This hotel needs to do a better job of staff training if it wants to be a lux hotel. As it stands right now, I've had better service at a Hampton Inn.
The Mansion opened right before I left Savannah and I have been wanting to stay there ever since! It definitely did not disappoint. The room had a view of the park and was beautifully appointed (the bathroom was spectacular). The restaurant was as good as remembered and one of my favorites- it has the look and feel people go to the Pink House for but with better food. The entire hotel and restaurant just felt very 'Savannah'- romantic and haunting. The staff was charming and friendly and I especially loved being surrounded on all sides by art! Not much not to like. I wish there was a free parking option (valet was great - friendly and accommodating) but steeply priced for the area (especially as it is their own parking lot right behind the building). Also, have never been to a 4-5 star hotel that did not have free wifi.
I have lived in Savannah all of my life and am a current New York City transplant. I had recently come home to visit my family and decided to stay at the mansion. The hotel was gorgeous - a mixture of old southern charm and the MET. The staff was also great. Very pleasant and met my every need. I would definitely stay here again if I got another chance
Great location in a great city Concierge was pretty much useless. Couldnt make his computer work and tried to get us to eat only at their bar.
This is a true one of a kind boutique hotel. Wonderfully quirky, beautiful architecture and interior design. Well trained and attentive staff. Phenomenal bar and restaurant. So much more wow factor than the newer Kessler properties like the Bohemia brand. My biggest gripe with all 5 star properties (not just Kesslers) is the higher the price point the more they "al a carte" basic services such as parking, internet service, in room amenities, and "resort fees". These surprise upcharges ruin what other wise would be an excellent experience. As a recently retired traveler these charges more often than not discourage me from being a repeat customer. OK, I get paying for parking at say "The Waldorf" in NYC. Most guests don't drive there. But $22/night to park behind the building on their own property at The Mansion is absurd. And $10 for WIFI? Really? Get a grip. We're not all travelling on OP money anymore.
Very friendly staff and beautiful rooms
- Friendly staff and will recommend you things to do during your stay. - Food was excellent. - Clean and modest rooms. Bed was comfortable. - Great ambiance, quiet neighborhood. - Good WiFi - Close proximity to anything around historic downtown district and River Street. They do have a parking lot if you have a car. - Water pressure was excellent. - Lounge is frequently visited by locals and tours alike. - Experience something on the first night. - Definitely will stay here again and will recommend to friends and family. - Ceiling light tends to shake when there are people walking above but that's a given since its an historical inn.
Staff, knowledge of old facility. Overall friendly manner of all that I had contact with Nothing
Staff was very friendly and helpful, room was clean and functional. Pretty centrally located and walking distance to anything downtown that you'd want to see or do. The only time we got a cab was to/from the airport and to bonaventure cemetary. The restaurant was good and the bar was a nice hangout at night (bar closes at midnight for some reason). No ghost stories from us. Lots of creaks and noises from the hallway and other rooms, but that's to be expected from a place this old.
Breakfast Location helpful staff some street noise
We could easily walk to the beautiful and bustling riverfront where all the action was - great restaraunts, shops, etc.
Location! Close to everything. Really liked the fact that coffee was available at all times, and the cookies were a nice touch. Breakfast was wonderful--they even had a "to go" breakfast on the final day, as our flight left before breakfast was even served. Staff was courteous and helpful.
the comfortable beds I was charged for $90 of parking when I was told it would be $60 for 2 nights. The staff did not seem to be extremely helpful either.
Great morning breakfast, easy walk to all sites.
The pros of this stay here include the great location, the breakfast that's included, the cleanliness of the room's bathroom, and the courteous staff Major cons that ruined my entire stay would include the infestation of Insects in my room (ants) on the floors and walls. The front desk associate who overcharged my card two more times after I had already booked and paid for my room online. And me not getting the type of room I requested when I booked and paid online. I will also like to include the poor parking unless you're paying for valet.
Easy check in and friendly staff Bathroom floor was a bit dirty
The hotel was a short walk away from River Street. Hotel has the old world charm in keeping with Savannah. Rooms were comfortable and clean. Not ideal that the parking deck is a couple of blocks away from the hotel and costs $15 per day. I reserved a King room but we had to stay in a room with 2 Double beds because there were no kings available when we checked in.
the architecture and the breakfast room was not clean enough. Jacuzzi tub was dirty.
absolutely beautiful! great room, comfortable bed, friendly knowledgeable staff. wish the breakfast went a little later we missed out on it sadly
The staff Hotel needs urgent renovation. Now i know why it isn't a relais & chateaux anymore.
Staff was friendly and accommodating. Location was okay for us. Hotel was undergoing renovations. Bathroom doors in the room did not close. Had to go through three rooms to find one that was acceptable, but even then the room we were in had issues. Not enougbsestingfor breakfast people were sitting on the floor in the hallways eating.
the front desk staff was awesome, the laundry was an added bonus and the parking was great!
It was all modern/contemporary and designed very unique. Lobby was really cool. Complimentary breakfast was AMAZING--- we chose the hotel because it was included (which is hard to come by in that area) and it did not disappoint! Parking was $20 per day with the hotel valet. But there was a parking deck right next door that was only $5, so we parked there instead.
We love this hotel and decided to stay even though there was construction taking place. Our room was out of the sound of the construction but the lobby! Oh MY! We had no idea. Jackhammers as we walked in. Deafening. And the breakfast was in 2 small, crowded spaces, instead of the lovely lobby where it usually is. See the other side.
Modern decor. Hotel mailed me the shirt I forgot in the closet! Shower was under powered.
old savannah tour was the best
Good location. Lack of details. Towels are old with stains. Seems to be below Mariott standard.
Very clean, spacious rooms. the staff with extremely nice and valet was very convenient. The location is perfect for river street and the other tourist spots. This was my first time staying at courtyard Marriott and I will definitely stay again.
Staff We did online check in and they didn't use it
We really liked the walking proximity to everything. If you walk, bring a backpack for water and stuff you buy. The staff was Southern hospitality at it's Savannah best. The hotel was clean and they provided plenty of towels for the pool. For downtown, the rate wasn't bad. The railroad museum, a revolutionary war battlefield, and the Savannah Visitor's Center are right there. I thought there could have been a continental breakfast in there and some clarification on how/where to park would be nice. If you don't do the $18 for valet, then you'll pay about $5 less (a day) for the city parking garage across the street ( it does depend on what part of the week it is for what you pay). There is only one choice of pillow and that's squishy.
Fairly close to the city market and river street. $5 UBER ride back and forth or about a 4 block walk. Staff was very friendly and helpful. Valet parking only, and it's $18 per day.
I wish that we could've made our checkout time later than 1pm.
Located across street from Civic Center. Even on 5th floor we could hear red light green light traffic all night.