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The Marshall House - Savannah, Georgia :: Hotel Review

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A Modern Upgrade in Historic Savannah
The Marshall House. Savannah's first hotel -- it opened for business in 1851 -- completed a $1.5 million-dollar renovation in January 2008. New linens, window treatments, pillow-top beds, flat-screen TVs, and custom furniture (replacing dated and clumsy wrought-iron beds) add modern comfort and style to this city favorite. Historic details like original windows and claw-foot tubs in some rooms add charm. Ask for an odd-number room on the second floor if you want access to the wide and relaxing second-floor porch with tables, chairs, and overhead fans. Pros: complimentary breakfast every morning; wine and cheese Sunday through Thursday evenings; located in downtown Savannah, within walking distance of the river and city attractions; empty in-room mini-fridge. Cons: walls are thin; rooms can be dark; weak Wi-Fi. 123 East Broughton St. Historic District. 912/644-7896 (ph.). 912/234-3334 (fax). www.marshallhouse.com. 68 rooms. In-room: safe, refrigerator, Wi-Fi. In-hotel: 1 restaurant, 1 bar, laundry service, concierge, public Wi-Fi, parking (fee), no-smoking rooms. AE, D, DC, MC, V. Rooms start at $249.

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