Cotton Sail Hotel

126 West Bay Street, Savannah, 31401-1158, GA

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Overview

Located in the heart of Savannah’s historic district, this full service boutique hotel is housed in what was once an 1800’s cotton warehouse (hence the name). Numerous shops, delicious restaurants, historic homes and history are only steps away from this hotel. Southern charm prevails through the walls of this hotel. The 56 guestrooms feature hardwood floors which came from the roof of the former cotton factory. The guestrooms also feature a king and two queen beds, flat screen television, a laptop safe, in-room Starbucks coffee. Some of the rooms feature a balcony with Savannah views and a sitting area. There is a fitness center to stay on top of workouts and valet parking is available for a fee. Complimentary Wi-Fi access is available as well so the whole family is able to stay connected while visiting Savannah. If the adults are looking to unwind, check out the rooftop bar, you won’t be disappointed.

Our Editor Loves

  • Historic district
  • Former cotton warehouse
  • Free Wi-Fi

Family Interests

  • Museum/Cultural

Family Amenities

  • Cribs
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Onsite Dining

Reviews

Eh, ok but you have other choices

by robinr328

Great location. Other than that—the room was small but ok. No real glasses to be had, but that’s me. People are friendly, but the breakfast was, well, I’ll be nice—ok. Cold scrambled eggs, cold potatoes, croissants that aren’t croissants, dirty table and given dirty silverware to eat my cold eggs and overcooked bacon with. Go for the yogurt, but check expiration date. Highlight: Starbucks coffee fresh brewed. $30 for parking. Location was great—but as I said, there’s so much competition here, you can do better.

Money better spent elsewhere

by Amanda K

This was a disappointing Hilton property. I've been to Savannah several times and always wanted to stay in one of the historic riverfront hotels. The price point was North of $300 per night. The room smelled like must and mildew and the heating and cooling unit made a cacophony of noises all day and night. When I inquired with the front desk staff if we could get a different room, they said they were all the same. They said the heating and cooling units were going to be replaced so before you book this hotel I'd ask specifically if they have the new units in yet.

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