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Be Romanced

Let Savannah’s many inns romance you and your loved one on your next stay. Relax at the cozy cottage of Green Palm Inn or the stately mansion of the Zeigler House Inn on beautiful Jones Street.

For other places to stay on your romantic getaway, consider the serene Azalea Inn and Gardens or the beautiful Hamilton-Turner Inn, which was voted America’s Most Romantic Hotel by Travel + Leisure magazine in 2012. No matter where you stay, the perfect romantic getaway is in Savannah!

To learn about other places to stay in Savannah, click here.


Romantic Inns of Savannah

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Have a Romantic Dinner a Deux

With dishes that are deep, layered, and soulful in their flavors while simple and approachable in their presentation The Grey brings Chef Mashama Bailey's personal take on modern Southern cuisine.

Share your Food at Jazz d'Tapas Live music is offered every night at Jazz d'Tapas, as well as a menu of small plates for sharing, making this a perfect spot for a date night done right.

Try the chef's tasting menu at Elizabeth's on 37th, a delectable sampler of Southern Coastal cuisine that will leave a lasting impression of an incredible vacation.



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Take a Tour

Foot, trolley, bike, boat … any way you can think to travel, there's a way to see the city, so choose the one you like best. For something brand new, try a Segway on Savannah Segway Tours. You'll still see all the sights, but you'll have something to remember and the photos to prove it for years to come.

Explore the Museum

The Telfair Academy and the Jepson Center on Telfair Square make up a dynamic art complex that caters to the classics connoisseur, the contemporary art aficionado, and everyone in between. Wander City Market dotted with one-of-a-kind shops and cafes, the market is an ideal way to while away a lazy morning. Get breakfast to go from Goosefeathers Bakery and Cafe, then explore.

Have a Literary Afternoon

Home to the Savannah book festival, as well as lots of literary luminaries, past and present, Savannah had a rich literary tradition well before Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil cemented Savannah's reputation in print. Visit the Flannery O'Connor home, head to E. Shaver's booksellers, then spend an afternoon reading under the trees in one of Savannah's many squares.



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Hit the Links

Savannah is known for its' world-renowned golf courses that offer beautiful courses that novices and experts both enjoy. Want to add some more ahh to your getaway? Book an appointment for a massage or facial at a local spa.

See the Sunset

Head to Tybee Island and spend the afternoon walking down the beach, looking for shells, and spotting dolphins. As the sun begins to sink over the horizon, head on a sunset dolphin cruse, which offers a cash bar on deck and the promise of dolphin sighting, or head to Coco's Tybee and watch from on land—with a perfectly mixed cocktail in your hand.

Take an After Hours Tour

Take an after hours tour. From brews (as in beers) to boos (as in ghosts) there's something for everyone—especially if you and your significant other aren't afraid of getting a little silly (or scared). Either take a pub tour, which points out some hotspots around town, or try a ghost tour—making sure to hold hands during especially scary moments.

Enjoy High Tea at the Savannah Tea Room

Tea, including sandwiches, scones, and of course, tea, is served daily at the Savannah Lulu's Chocolate Bar. Sip, savor, and enjoy an afternoon respite in the middle of bustling Broughton Street.