Across from the shady oaks of an historic Savannah square – the Commons House of Assembly met here in 1770 – you’ll find the lantern-lit entrance to the Planters Inn. The Inn stands on the original site of the parsonage of John Wesley - the founder of Methodism. Inside, pretty, period-inspired furnishing – think four-posters and fresh flowers – is met with the kind of attention to guests only possible in an intimate, 60-room inn.
The comfort is in the details. Everything – from chintz curtains to the wrought-iron balconies overlooking Reynolds Square to the breakfast delivered to your room in the mornings (so you can stay in that four-poster bed a bit longer) – adds up to a romantic and restful experience.
History meets boutique
Swap stories about your day in Savannah with fellow travelers at the complimentary, late-afternoon Wine and Cheese Socials.
A Savannah favorite, The Olde Pink House serves up such specialties as Lump Crab Hush Puppies with Spicy Peach Remoulade and Bourbon Molasses Grilled Pork Tenderloin.
*Max occupancy for this room type is 2 people. Traditional Twin rooms feature two twin four poster beds and are ideal for travelers looking for great value, and would like two separate twin beds.
Traditional Queen rooms feature one queen four poster bed and are the ideal choice for couples, singles, and business travelers. The Traditional Queen rooms offer the perfect balance between space, comfort, value and luxury.
Our Parkview rooms overlook beautiful Reynolds Square and feature one queen four poster bed. The backdrop of Reynolds Square is sure to enhance the authentic Savannah experience and add lasting memories to any trip.