Live like a local at this South Georgia gem.
The Woodward Hotel is a true champion of Macon, Georgia. In fact, it was created to do three specific things: strengthen its community, honor local arts and history, and share its incredible hometown. Look no further than The Woodward Hotel for an unforgettable Macon experience.
A great place to hang your hat while you explore everything Macon has to offer.
The Woodward Hotel is named in honor of the owner's grandfather Dr. Benjamin Woodward Griffith, Jr., who was a celebrated English professor, folklorist, writer, and World War II US Navy veteran. His legacy lives on in every room and in the onsite craft cocktail bar, Quill, with subtle design elements and references inspired by great Southern literature.
Anything but ordinary.
Each of the nine rooms in this independent boutique is unique. Nevertheless, all rooms will welcome you to unwind with luxe linens, plush mattresses, designer-tiled bathrooms, custom upholstery, and cozy reading chairs. You'll also have an in-room coffee maker, a white noise sound machine, and personal heat and air conditioning. And since The Woodward Hotel utilizes a contactless check-in system, your privacy is unmatched. Using your reservation's exclusive key code, you'll be able to go straight to your room without needing to stop at a front desk to check in.
The Woodward Hotel's onsite craft cocktail bar Quill is the perfect place to quench your thirst with one of its many literary-inspired cocktails. The menu offers iconic drinks favored by famous authors, as well as Quill's own creative signatures. Quill also offers a carefully curated selection of wine, bottled beer, and coffees that you can enjoy outside from its breezy rooftop patio. When you need a bite to eat, you don't have to go far—The Woodward Hotel shares an alley with six restaurants, and thanks to its central downtown location, you're within walking distance of dozens more incredible eateries.
Located on the corner of Second Street and Mulberry Street Lane in historic downtown Macon, just steps from local restaurants, live music, and cultural experiences.