Info & Amenities
The Bluff Hotel sits on the historic Yamacraw Bluff, where General James Oglethorpe and British colonists aboard the ship Anne landed on February 12, 1733. It is here that Yamacraw Chief Tomochichi and Governor Oglethorpe established a peaceful alliance and ratified the historic Creek Indian Treaty of 1733, allowing for Governor Oglethorpe to settle the colony of Savannah which is now one of the most historic cities in the United States. The tribe of Yamacraw had not resided on the Savannah River bluff more than five years before the arrival of Oglethorpe. This small village consisted of eighteen families or around 200 inhabitants. They had large public buildings, winter and summer dwellings, and a thriving trading post, all of which were supported by trade, farming, and hunting practices.
Our Savannah hotel has the essentials you need to stay on your game and to be your best: Free WiFi, Free transportation within the historic district, Free weekday newspaper.
Get going with a great breakfast, start your day off with our free hot Southern breakfast offering everything from eggs to waffles and healthy options like yogurt and fresh fruit.
Enjoy the Twin Spades Bar in the evenings, a great place to try out a craft beer, enjoy a signature cocktail and just enjoy time with friends.
The Bluff Hotel has the extra space you need with the extras you want. Studio features include refrigerators, microwaves, desks, irons, ironing boards, hairdryers and coffee makers. Keep your electronic devices charged with the recharge device including AC and USB outlets provided in all guest rooms.
Laundry facilities and valet cleaning services are available.
Please join us at the Bluff Hotel Historic Savannah, Georgia's first city. We are the perfect hotel for corporate and leisure travelers. Rested, set, go - book now!
- Free Breakfast
- Service Dog Friendly
- AAA Discounts
- Military Discounts
- Senior Discounts
The hotel itself was not bad at all for the price, could be cleaner in the corners and the paint touched up! It is a long walk to town and not the best...
Great location and easy on the wallet. Not sure how people say it is a long walk into the city, we walked back and forth from here several times to river st...
great rooms, friendly staff, shuttle service, 2 blocks to river street... would definitely stay here again