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Nestled in the center of one of the nation’s largest Landmark Historic Districts, The DeSoto offers a walkable location to the city’s historic sites and mansions, 24 garden squares, theaters, galleries and museums, Forsyth Park, River Street, City Market, fine dining, pubs, and boutiques. The DeSoto offers several opportunities to engage with this community, with connections to a variety of local tours.

Driving Directions

From Interstate I-95 north or South bound - Exit at 99A (I-16 east), follow to the end where it feeds into Montgomery Street. At the first stop light turn right onto Liberty Street. Follow for 5 blocks to The DeSoto which will be on the righthand side. Ample valet parking is available.

From Savannah International Airport - 14 miles (20 minutes): Take I-95 South to Exit 99a. I-16 East Ends and flows onto Montgomery Street. Turn Right at first light to Liberty Street. The hotel is 5 blocks on the right.

From Charleston A.F.B./Charleston Int'l - 110 miles (2 hours) - US 17-Alt S to I-95 South. Take Exit 5 US 17-S To Ga-25 Exit Oglethorpe Ave. Turn Right on MLK. Turn Left on Liberty Street. Go 5 blocks down and the hotel is on the right.

Nearest Airport

Savannah/Hilton Head Int’l Airport: 14 miles, 20 minutes

Hotel Address

15 East Liberty Street, Savannah

Georgia, United States 31401

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