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Dresser Palmer House

52 reviews
+1 800-671-0716

Top Amenities

Free Wifi
Free Parking
Free Breakfast

Enjoy Southern Hospitality at Savannah's Dresser Palmer House 

What Do the Rooms Include?

The 16 rooms at this inn feature antique furniture and soft, luxurious bedding. There are king-size beds and fireplaces in some of the rooms, while others have old-fashioned claw foot tubs. Stay connected with complimentary Wi-Fi.

What Amenities/Features Are Available?

Start your day with a gourmet breakfast in the dining room. Each evening, the inn hosts a social with hor d'oeuvres and a complimentary glass of wine from the inn's cellar. There is a lounge for cocktails and a fireplace in the lobby. 

How Much Will a Stay at the Dresser Palmer House Cost?

The average price per night at the inn is about $229 on the low-end. The Johnny Mercer suite will cost about $329 a night, while other rooms are about $269 a night.

What's There To Do Nearby?

Savannah has a long and unique history. Take a tour of the city and learn about its past, or stroll down the cobblestone streets and explore the galleries and museums. The Savannah Riverfront is a popular destination for visitors staying in Savannah hotels. Here you'll find the Tybee Island Light Station and have access to the islands along the coast.

Can I Book the Entire Inn for a Wedding?

The entire inn is available for a two-night booking. This includes breakfast, the evening social, and 24 hour concierge. A wedding package also comes with an officiant, bouquets, a wedding cake, and a bartender for the reception.

What's the Bottom Line?

This beautiful inn is the perfect place to stay, whether you are in Savannah on a weekend getaway or for an event. Guests can expect southern hospitality and an attentive staff.

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211 E Gaston Street
Savannah, GA 31401
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User Highlights
"There are several restaurants" "City Walk lots of"
100% liked the proximity to sightseeing.
"Breakfast excellent" "Tasty breakfast"
"Spectacular hosts" "Friendly staff"
94% found the staff to be very friendly.
"Great food" "Good food"
Bar and Beverages
"Crystal beer"
"New mattresses" "Perfect ambience"
Only 50% thought, the hotel was modern.
100% enjoyed the friendly atmosphere.
"Spectacular front porch" "Private porch"
57% thought the building was acceptable.
"New mattresses" "Refrigerator stocked"
73% didn't like the uncomfortable beds.
80% enjoyed the furniture.
73% didn't like the uncomfortable beds.

Good to know...

Good furniture
Friendly atmosphere
Wonderful sightseeing
Friendly service
Expert Reviews
Today the unified building bears the distinction of having the city's longest and most stately front porch
A charming, historic bed and breakfast. ... The location in the Historic District is hard to beat, and for guests who prefer southern hospitality...this is one of the best bets in the area.
This rambling Italianate town house from the late 19th century is a standout for its ornate exterior, relaxing front porch, and comfortable ambience.