A favorite among the top Savannah inns, the easy-living hotel mansion offers a hotel lodging alternative. Accommodations at Azalea Inn and Gardens afford a happy introduction to playful southern charms, catching the less-hurried pace of Savannah. The Savannah guest guest may sashay over to Forsyth Park for a walk under the oaks; mosey over to Leoci’s Italian Trattoria for an oven-fired thin crust pizza and salad, or gallivant through beautiful Savannah squares, walking up Abercorn Street to a nostalgic Savannah favorite—Leopold’s Ice Cream.
Acknowledging our inn’s gentlemanly influence, one Frommer’s hotel reviewer wrote of the southern charms found here: “Especially appealing is the Gentleman’s Parlor, a ground-floor room once dominated by men discussing manly things, which still carries a hint of the bourbon and cigars consumed liberally within its confines.” —Frommer’s
Today the privacy of the bed and breakfast is graciously refreshed with 21st-century southern comforts and southern charm. However, it is interesting that the decadence of Mr. Coney’s influence prevails and intrigues Savannah’s new travelers. The hall and stairway epitomize a bygone era of decorative taste.
Enjoy Savannah’s Southern Historic Urban Lifestyle
Georgia Bed & Breakfast
Park your car in our private parking lot and forget it’s here. Relax on the inn’s front garden veranda while enjoying our Savannah heritage garden, featuring indigenous plants from the 19th century. Affordable guestrooms feature modern comforts of southern food and convivial spaces, including front and side veranda porches, guest parlor, rear deck with swimming pool, hidden gardens and fishpond. Cozy suites may include private balconies, Jet-Aire tubs, and vintage window-doors leading outside. Wine and light appetizers are served nightly excluding Sunday, and every night you will treasure the delightful homemade dessert upon your return from imbibing in Savannah’s nightlife.