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Capital O Hotel Richmond Hill/Savannah area I-95
Capital O Hotel Richmond Hill/Savannah area I-95
Capital O Hotel Richmond Hill/Savannah area I-95
Capital O Hotel Richmond Hill/Savannah area I-95
Capital O Hotel Richmond Hill/Savannah area I-95

Capital O Hotel Richmond Hill/Savannah area I-95

4071 US Highway 17, Richmond Hill GA· 17.5 mi
3.7 (41 Ratings)·Good
Queen Sized Bed
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$49$6119% off
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Places to Visit & Best Hotels in Savannah ga

If you’re looking for a classic Southern city complete with massive mansions, cobbled streets, and expansive parks with age-old trees, look no further than the lovely Savannah in the state of Georgia. The laid-back vibes of the city complement the eternal charm of the Savannah River that flows out into the Atlantic Coast. Present-day Savannah still retains its old-world charm, is tourist-friendly and safe, and features a host of contemporary attractions for every traveler. You can find hotels that are easy on your pocket and offer amenities like swimming pools, free wifi, free Parking amongst others.

Visit Bull Street and find affordable hotels nearby

Visitors interested in understanding Savannah’s history should make their way to Bull Street. Begin your walk in this historic district from the City Hall built in 1905 and the U.S Customs House right opposite constructed in 1852. Savannah has several impeccably preserved historic squares towards the south of Bull Street, the most popular of which is Johnson Square. Experience this stunning area with a ride on a horse-drawn carriage or a Hop-on Hop-off Trolley Tour.

Unwind after a great day of touring at one of the several coffee shops and restaurants on Bull Street. The Street is also close to great hotels such as Hotel Savannah GA Hwy 17 that are mighty cheap hotels and don’t hurt your pocket.

Forsyth Park

Forsyth Park goes back to the mid-19th century and remains a popular space for recreation in Savannah. The centerpiece of the park is the enormous cast-iron fountain that was placed here in 1858. The Park is a beautiful location for walks with its old trees, lovely paths, and azaleas that bloom in the spring.

National Museum of the Mighty Eighth Air Force

The National Museum of the Mighty Eighth Air Force chronicles stories from World War II. This incredible museum contains a memorial and information about the Eighth Air Force regiment. Exhibits include re-created airfields, fascinating films on the life of a bomber, and dioramas. Visitors can also view collections of WWII aircrafts and personal belongings of the Mighty Eighth members.

Cathedral of St. John the Baptist

Architecture lovers and those who are spiritually inclined should visit the splendid Cathedral of St. John the Baptist. The structure is a sight to behold with white marble railings, a marble altar, and floors. The exquisite main altar weighs 9000 pounds and was carved in Italy. Visitors will also find a fabulous pipe organ containing 2308 pipes as well as Renaissance-style murals.

Owens-Thomas House

The Owens-Thomas House is an important historic home in Savannah. The House and its displays offer a glimpse into the lives of 14 enslaved workers who worked and raised the children here. It has created a space for dialogue and conversation on the complex relationships between slave owners, their children, as well as dynamics among the slaves themselves. The House – run by the Telfair Museums - is a National Historic Landmark that encourages the asking of difficult questions.

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Food in Savannah

When in the city, visitors should try some of the Savannah classics. Sample the Fried Green Tomatoes at Tubby’s Seafood or Shrimp & Grits at any local eatery. Make your way to City Market or River Street for Savannah’s world-famous pralines. And while you’re in the city, do try the delicious peaches which are a famous Georgia export. Try them fresh from a fruit stand or in peach ice cream and peach cobbler.

How to reach Savannah?

The closest airport is Savannah/Hilton Head International Airport – a commercial and military airport located seven miles from Savannah Historic District. Visitors can also take the east coast Amtrak trains which all have a stop at Savannah. Interstate 95 is the main Interstate Highway running through Georgia.

Best accommodation in Savannah

OYO offers budget Hotels in Savannah and a pleasant stay. Equipped with fantastic services, top amenities, free Wifi, and ample parking facilities, OYO Hotels are a great option for your stay in Savannah and you can even avail hotel discounts and hotel deals.

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Questions and Answers

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✅ What are some of the things which we can do at night?

At night, you can get the real taste of Savannah’s locally brewed beer at Southbound Brewing Company, Coastal Empire Brewing Co., Service Brewing Company, or Moon River Brewing Company. These breweries also offer a tour of their facilities and the process of beer-making. If you are not a beer person, you can check out Ghost Coast Distillery to raise your spirits! Interestingly, you do not need to finish your drink at the bar you’re at. You are allowed to take a go-to-cup and finish it up while roaming on East Broad Street.

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✅ What are the best ways to reach Savannah?

You can reach Savannah by car, rail or air. The Savannah Airport is located 15 miles away from the district and has regular flights from major cities including Atlanta, Chicago, New York, Toronto, Washington DC, etc. You can take the Interstate 95 if you are driving along the east coast while the Interstate 16 will be more suitable if you are coming up from the west coast. You can take the Amtrak’s Palmetto or Silver Service lines to reach Savannah. Savannah is also a hub for Greyhound Bus Lines.

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✅ How can one commute in and around Savannah?

You can hop on a trolley tour to explore Savannah. There are two daily tours of the city- Old Town Trolley Tours and Old Savannah Tours. For more of your transportation needs, the Gray Line Savannah can prove useful when in need of anything from a mini-bus, trolley to a convertible.

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✅ What is the best time to visit Savannah?

Savannah has a hot and humid climate due to its proximity to the beach. The ideal time to visit Savannah is between March and July. Several festivals like Festival of St. Patrick and the Savannah St. Patrick’s Day are also held during these months making it a suitable time to plan a visit.

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✅ What are some of the best destinations around Savannah for a weekend getaway?

On a weekend, you can plan a short trip to Beaufort, St. Simons Island, or Atlanta. They are all within a short distance from the city and you will be able to enjoy a quaint weekend here. Beaufort, South Carolina is just 40 minutes north of Savannah, while St. Simons is about 90 minutes. The urban hideaway Atlanta is 30 minutes outside downtown, offering the chance to enjoy a bit of nightlife and some amazing shopping options.

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✅ Where can I shop in Savannah?
  • The Satchel is a SCAD graduate-owned boutique store best-known for leather goods. If you’re lucky, you might get to meet the owner Elizabeth Seegar Jolly and design your bag.
  • Take a stroll along the River street to soak in the historic buildings while shopping at the cute little housing shops.
  • The Chatham Plaza Shopping Center and the Oglethorpe Mall are some of the other popular shopping destinations.
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✅ What are some of the most popular places of interest in Savannah?

Savannah is the oldest city in the state of Georgia and is well-known for a rich history, architecture and coastal beauty.

  • The First African Baptist Church was the first black church in the USA and an integral part of the Civil Rights Movement. It is one of the most-photographed landmarks in the city.
  • Do explore the house museum at the Birthplace of Juliette Gordon Low, the creator of Girl Scouts. The Bonaventure Cemetery is a one-of-a-kind garden cemetery spread across 100 acres of land.
  • Forsyth Park dates back to the 1840s and is the perfect place for a laidback afternoon.
  • Telfair Museum, the oldest museum in the Southeast, consists of two historical landmarks- the Owens-Thomas House and the Telfair Academy.
  • If you admire local art, do try a cup of coffee at Gallery Espresso built in an 1859 building with a wonderful view of the Chippewa Square.
  • You can also relax at Tybee Island and indulge your taste buds with a wonderful assortment of local seafood.
  • The best place to stay in Savannah is near the district center and you can opt for OYO Hotels for a comfortable and convenient stay.

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✅ How much is a cheap hotel in Savannah?

You can book a safe and comfortable OYO hotel in Savannah for a price as low as $50 per night. This price can further be discounted depending on the available offers at the time of booking.

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✅ What are some of the best budget hotels for stays in Savannah?

OYO Hotel Savannah Garden and Hotel Savannah GA Hwy are some of the highest-rated budget hotels in Savannah.

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