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Eliza Thompson House

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4.7
691 reviews
+1 912-236-3620

Top Amenities

Free Wifi
Free Breakfast
Concierge
Air-conditioned

Eliza Thompson House: Your Historical Home in Savannah, GA

What Do the Rooms Include?

If you don't count the friendly ghosts that are rumored to call Eliza Thompson House home, then you can count on premium bedding, free Wi-Fi, an LCD TV and DVD player, a hair dryer, and elaborate decorations in each of the hotel's 25 rooms. Eliza Thompson House also offers a nightly turn-down service, which makes it easy to crawl into a bed after a long day exploring Savannah's attractions.

What Amenities Are Available?

One thing that separates Eliza Thompson House from other Savannah hotels are its unique amenities. Warm up on a cool winter evening by sitting in front of the 19th-century hotel's original fireplace, or take a break from a hot summer day under Savannah's iconic Spanish moss with the wine and cheese reception, which takes place every afternoon.

How Much Will a Stay at Eliza Thompson House Cost Me?

The price of a room at Eliza Thompson House can range from $200-300 per night, depending on which room you stay in — basic king and queen rooms run cheaper than higher-end "luxury" rooms. As is the case for most other hotels in Savannah, Eliza Thompson House's prices rise — and its availability lowers — during special events such as March's Savannah Music Festival or October's Savannah Film Festival.

What's There to Do Nearby?

Eliza Thompson House is right in the heart of historical Old Town Savannah — it's a short walk from both Forsyth Park and the mighty Savannah River. If you're tired of strolling down Savannah's stately boulevards and admiring the Antebellum-style mansions everywhere, dozens of Savannah attractions are nearby.

What's the Bottom Line?

Push your creative boundaries by exploring Savannah College of Art and Design, say a prayer at the Cathedral of St. John the Baptist, or immerse yourself in history at Mercer Williams House Museum. Whatever you decide to do, staying at the Eliza Thompson House will leave you pleased.

 

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5 West Jones Street
Savannah, GA 31401
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User Highlights
Overall Guest Score
4.7
Service
"Desk staff were brilliant" "Staff was wonderful and took care"
97% found the staff to be very friendly.
88% said the reception staff was great.
Location
"Excellent position in the historic area" "Great restaurants and cabs"
100% liked the proximity to sightseeing.
Not enough parking facilities, according to 59%.
Food
"Cheese and evening desserts were fabulous as well" "Evening dessert and coffee were excellent"
Yummy desserts, said 99%.
100% enjoyed the side dishes.
Bar
"Free cocktail hour" "Especially enjoyed the wine and cheese cocktail"
Delicious alcoholic drinks, according to 93%.
Amenities
"Large, beautifully landscaped garden courtyard" "Gorgeous courtyard"
98% found the grounds to be nice.
83% thought the building was wonderful.
Vibe
"Large, beautifully landscaped garden courtyard" "Historical building in excellent condition"
91% enjoyed the friendly atmosphere.
100% said it was a stylish hotel.
Cleanliness
"Spotlessly clean inn" "High cleanliness standards"
80% said rooms were clean.
89% thought it was clean.
Breakfast
"Delicious hot breakfast" "Excellent buffet breakfast"
Room
"Noisy air conditioner" "Uncomfortable mattress"
78% said rooms were small.
85% complained about the bathroom.
Comfort
"Noisy air conditioner" "Squeaky bed"
78% said rooms were small.
For only 67%, the noise level was all right.
WiFi
"Wifi was quick" "Free WiFi"
71% said the wifi quality was bad.

Good to know...

Great desserts & fruits
Friendly service
Wonderful sightseeing
Pleasant hotel grounds
Expert Reviews
oyster.com
Once a 19th-century private residence, The Eliza Thompson House is a romantic bed and breakfast full of Southern charm.
Fodor's
Afternoon wine, cheese, and appetizers and, later, luscious evening desserts and sherry are served in the atmospheric main parlor of this fine town house.
Michelin Guide
Named after the society widow who built the stately historic-district house in 1842 this B&B has antique furnishings and a pretty courtyard with a fountain.
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