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Guest House Westside Star Rating 2        
3822 Ogeechee Rd.

Guest House Westside offers a comfortable setting while in Savannah. It also provides a tour desk, a BBQ/picnic area and a terrace.The guest house's rooms are cosy and feature a kitchenette that is equipped with a refrigerator and a microwave.
The Suites at Bay        
115 East Bay Street

Less than 20 minutes' stroll from Oglethorpe Trolley Tours, The Suites at Bay provides guests with a convenient base when visiting Savannah. Guests can also make use of free Wi-Fi.There are 4 modern rooms at the hotel, each offering all the necessities to ensure a comfortable stay.
Best Western Plus Savannah Airport Inn & Suites Star Rating 2.5        
155 Bourne Avenue

Off I-95 and adjacent to the National Museum of the Mighty Eighth Air Force, this vibrant all-suite hotel is also 3.9 miles from Savannah/Hilton Head International Airport.Contemporary suites feature free WiFi and flat-screen TVs with cable channels, plus coffeemakers, minifridges and microwaves.
Econo Lodge Pooler Star Rating 2        
500 E. Us 80

This simple hotel at the intersection of Interstate 95 and Highway 80 is a 6-minute drive from Savannah/Hilton Head Airport, plus a 15-minute drive from downtown Savannah.All rooms include free WiFi, air-conditioning and cable TV. Some rooms add microwaves and minifridges.
Holiday Inn Hotel and Suites Savannah-Pooler Star Rating 3        
103 San Drive

An 8-minute drive from Savannah International Airport, this contemporary lodging is also a 3-minute drive from Mighty Eighth Air Force Museum.Modern rooms come with flat-screen TVs and desks, plus minifridges, microwaves and premium cable channels. Kids 19 and under stay free with an adult and there's free WiFi in every room, as well as a choice of hard and soft pillows.
Quality Inn - Pooler Star Rating 2        
125 Bourne Avenue

Off I-95 and Highway 80, a 2-minute walk from Mighty Eighth Air Force Museum, this straightforward 3-story hotel is also 10.4 miles from downtown Savannah and 31 miles from Tybee Island.All rooms come with en suite bathrooms, desks with ergonomic chairs, free WiFi and flat-screen TVs with cable channels, plus coffeemakers, microwaves and minifridges.
Microtel Inn & Suites by Wyndham Pooler Savannah Star Rating 2        
125 Continental Blvd

Off Interstate 95, this low-key, modern hotel is 9 minutes' walk from the National Museum of the Mighty Eighth Air Force and 5 miles from Savannah/Hilton Head International Airport.Laid-back rooms with warm decor offer free Wi-Fi and cable TV, as well as microwaves, minifridges and desks. Suites add living rooms with pull-out sofas.
Motel 6 Savannah N - Pooler Star Rating 2        
1016 East Highway 80 I-95 At Exit 102 Highway 80

This simple budget lodging is off Interstate 95, an 8-minute walk from the Mighty Eighth Air Force Museum and 7 miles from the Georgia Tech University's Savannah campus.The standard rooms include TVs with expanded cable channels, plus free WiFi, while some rooms add minifridges. Kids 17 and under stay free with an adult family member.
Red Roof Inn & Suites Savannah Airport Star Rating 2        
20 Mill Creek Circle

Set off of I-95, this functional budget hotel is 2.8 miles from Savannah/Hilton Head International Airport and 3 miles from Fun Zone Amusement & Sports Park.The straightforward rooms and suites have wood floors and traditional furnishings, and feature free Wi-Fi and flat-screen TVs.
Travelodge Suites Savannah Pooler Star Rating 3        
130 Continental Blvd

Off Highway 80, this straightforward hotel is an 8-minute walk to the National Museum of the Mighty Eight Air Force and 12.7 miles from the Savannah Historic District.The relaxed rooms have free WiFi, TVs with cable channels and desks, plus minifridges, microwaves and coffeemakers.
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Savannah is Georgia's oldest city and historically an important Atlantic port city during the American Civil War and American Revolution. Tourism is an important part of the local economy and annually, Savannah attracts millions of visitors keen to experience the history, architecture and culture there. Its long and tropical-like summers are another draw for visitors. The charm of the city is renowned and Savannah welcomes visitors with open arms, giving it the name "Hostess City of the South." savannah gaSome of the highlight attractions or reasons Savannah is best known, include:

It is the birthplace of the founder of the Girl Scouts movement in the USA, Juliette Gordon Low

It is home to one of the South's first public museums, the Telfair Academy of Arts and Sciences

Savannah has the first African Baptist Church, whose congregation is proud to be one of the oldest African-American Baptist congregations in the whole of the US

The downtown area of Savannah is a National Historic Landmark District and one of the largest in the US. It includes 22 park squares and retains much of its original architecture, with fountains and monuments

Savannah hosted the sailing in the 1996 Summer Olympics (which were held in Atlanta)

Savannah is known for its diversity and there are over 100 neighborhoods in six key areas of the city. Those who enjoy dance can enjoy a variety of productions at venues such as the Savannah Dance Theatre (the city's largest) and a diverse mix of musical offerings, including the Savannah Orchestra and the Coastal Jazz Association.

The annual Savannah Music Festival is the largest in Georgia, offering a mix of artists and is known as one of the best music festivals in the world. savannah gaIf theater is more your thing, there are dozens of non-profit performing arts societies and theatres offering productions from new and existing talent, including the Muse Arts Warehouse founded in 2010 and the Savannah Theater, a professional venue for more established acts. Literature is an important part of culture in Savannah. The annual book festival is held on President's Day weekend and includes talks form various authors and special events. The fiction writer Flannery O'Connor was born in Savannah and there is a museum house The Flannery O'Connor Childhood Home paying tribute to his work.

There is history in abundance at Savannah. The German Memorial Fountain honours the German-Americans of the area and was erected in 1989. There are also many historic places of worship and cemeteries of note. Tourists enjoy Savannah due to its location close to various popular coastal islands. Tybee Island (known as Savannah Beach) is a very popular Atlantic resort town with the first lighthouse on the Southern Atlantic Coast (Tybee Island Light Station). Others include a village called Thunderbolt, which is popular for shrimping and the Isle of Hope, Beaulieu and Vernonburg, all popular holiday destinations and holiday home areas for people from Savannah.

Entertainment is popular in Savannah, with numerous places to eat and party. Of note is Pinkie Masters Bar, which is often frequented during presidential campaigns. It is named after a local political figure, Pinkie Masters , a friend of the President Jimmy Carter who often visited and drank there. Savannah is both traditional and contemporary, with urban charm. There is plenty to see and do during a visit to Savannah, as well as its nearby coastal destinations.