Romantic Resorts in Savannah

A couple looking for a city to enjoy a romantic getaway, must consider the backdrop of Savannah. Located in southeast Georgia, the historic city showcases antebellum houses and plantations, looming Magnolia trees and seemingly always-blooming gardens. Many of the most romantic inns and resorts can be found in the city's Historic District.

The Presidents' Quarters Inn

Located in the Historic North District of Savannah, the Presidents' Quarters Inn overlooks the historic Oglethorpe Square. The inn houses 16 rooms and suites with various accommodations featuring private balconies, loft bedrooms and fine, contemporary furniture. Guests looking for romance will enjoy the hotel's inclusive wine and "bedtime sweet" treats. A stroll through the perfumed gardens shadowed by the city's trademark Magnolia trees provides a truly romantic backdrop.

Azalea Inn & Gardens

The Azalea Inn & Gardens is a well-known bed and breakfast located near Forsyth Park. Built in the 19th century, guests are treated to 21st-century accommodations and amenities, including gas fireplaces and a hidden garden pool. The inn's special romance packages treat amorous couples to a variety of activities including private carriage rides and a couple's massage.

Foley House Inn

The Foley House Inn is listed in several top 10 lists as one of the most romantic getaways in Savannah. Sweethearts can sneak private kisses in the secluded gardens after enjoying a gourmet Southern breakfast prepared by an on-site chef. The inn's romantic package includes a carriage ride tour of Savannah, and also treats a couple to treats like chocolate-covered strawberries and champagne.

Ballastone Inn

Located in the heart of Savannah's Historic District, Ballastone Inn provides the perfect backdrop for a romantic interlude. The inn has a variety of rooms and suites from which to choose. The romantic getaway package gives couples a private carriage ride and a gift certificate to use at some of the city's most romantic restaurants, including The Sapphire Grill and The Olde Pink House.

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