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Hilton Garden Inn Savannah Midtown

5711 Abercorn Street, Savannah, Georgia 31405

+1 415-937-6656

Day Room 350 sq feet
Hilton Garden Inn Savannah Midtown
Day Room / Refundable
350 sq feet
89.00 USD
Check-in: 10:00am
Check-out: 4:00pm - Same Day
Pay at Hotel No card to book

Max. Occupancy of 2 People. See Booking Policy For More Details

* This rate does not include taxes and fees.

Hotel Amenities

Hotel Description

Hilton Garden Inn Savannah Midtown presents day rooms that have artistic, historical, dining, and shopping opportunities all close at hand. The hourly rooms themselves come with free Wi-Fi, and there’s on-site dining as well as an outdoor pool. Whether you fancy catching a play during your daycation or perusing art galleries, or even want to experience cannon firing at Old Fort Jackson, this is just the place.


  • Diverse Dining – Nothing’s handier than dining on site but the local area has plenty of other options if you feel like spreading your culinary wings. Seafood is the mainstay of the menu at Bonefish Grill, with steaks and cocktails also on offer. Korean cuisine meets barbecue at the Korea Garden BBQ Restaurant. If you prefer Japanese there’s a choice of restaurants including YoHaNe Japanese Restaurant and Sakura Buffet, whilst fans of Indian food can find what they’re after (including vegetarian fare) at Pakwan Indian Cuisine.

  • Telfair Museums – The oldest public art museum of the South, there are works by both European and American artists displayed across three themed buildings, including contemporary art and interactive exhibits that are engaging for young and old alike.

  • History – Budding historians have a number of attractions to divert their attention, including Old Fort Jackson, a historical landmark that hosts interactive programs and keeps its cannons in top shape for the daily firing. The Owens-Thomas House & Slave museum is a Regency-style building dating back to the early 19th century where the reality of the past, including slavery, can be explored through a guided tour.

  • Live Performances – If you prefer to rest your legs and be entertained head over to the Savannah Theatre, established over two centuries ago and today putting on a selection of musical plays and shows. Nearby, the Lucas Theatre For the Arts, a revived 1920s theater, hosts national and local productions and film screenings, as well as musical acts.

We should mention

  1. Free Wi-Fi.

  2. On-site restaurant.

  3. Outdoor pool.

  4. Fitness center.

  5. Business center.

  6. Parking (small fee).

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