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Hampton Inn & Suites Savannah/Midtown presents modern and comfortable hourly rooms with free Wi-Fi, and access to fitness/business centers as well as a pool. The local area has a wide range of restaurants from which to pick, fantastic museums, and historical heritage from urban architecture to Old Fort Jackson.
Diverse Dining – There are dozens of restaurants close to the day rooms, with one of the nearest being Bonefish Grill, where there’s not only seafood but also steak available and cocktails too. Korean meets barbecue at Korea Garden BBQ Restaurant, and if you’re after casual Southern comfort fare then head on over to Sweet Potatoes Kitchen, which also serves up beer and wine. Other local styles include Japanese, Mexican, Jamaican, and Indian.
Historic District – The Savannah Historic District is studded with architecture from the 18th and 19th century, and has been named a National Historic Landmark District. In addition to the ancient architecture, the district is brimming with shops and dining options amid the beautiful buildings.
Magnificent Museums – To the south is the Pinpoint Heritage Museum, dedicated to coastal culture and practices such as oystering and crabbing. Northward, aficionados of art are able to browse the galleries of the Savannah African Art Museum that celebrate both history and culture. Local history can also be explored at the Savannah History Museum, and there are dozens more museums for culture vultures to visit.
Old Fort Jackson – If you like your heritage with a bit of kick to it head over to the oldest standing brick fort in Georgia, Old Fort Jackson. There are interactive programs and scenic views of the river, not to mention daily cannon firing.
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Parking (small fee).