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Known as “The Hostess City,” Savannah, Georgia has a world-class reputation for hospitality and grace. Discover all this charming Southern city has to offer – from art galleries and period architecture to trendy boutiques and haunted stories – while staying at the JW Marriott Savannah Plant Riverside District. Located along Savannah’s historic riverfront, this historic hotel is in the heart of the city. Take a stroll down the riverwalk and explore world-class dining, energizing lounges and nightlife, a variety of bars and eateries, high-end shopping and galleries, plus plenty of live entertainment. Hop on one of Savannah’s iconic trolleys and visit the nearby Savannah College of Art and Design, the American Prohibition Museum, Telfair Museums, the Juliette Gorden Low Birthplace, and the Savannah History Museum. Guests will surely experience the very best of Southern hospitality while exploring Savannah.

Nearest Airport

Savannah/Hilton Head International Airport (SAV): 10.4 mi or about 25 minutes.

Hotel Address

400 W River Street, Savannah

Georgia, United States 31401

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