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Tybee’s ONLY Beachfront Hotel! Convenient mid-island location. Heated and Cooled Pool. Only steps from Tybee Island’s beautiful beachfront. Beach Chair & Umbrella rentals. Now Featuring 8 Island Properties. The award winning DeSoto Beach Hotel, DeSoto Beach Bed & Breakfast with 3 intimate rooms, 3 Garden 1 bedroom Suites (sleeps 4), DeSoto Beach Terraces (sleeps 4, 6, or 8), DeSoto Beach Bungalows (sleeps 6 each), Admirals View (sleeps 13), Officers View (sleeps 14), and The Newest addition to the DeSoto Family – The Georgianne Inn & Suites with 8 Suites (sleeps 2-9) ranging from Studio to 3 bedrooms. NO TYPICAL HIDDEN FEES!
See The Best First with the only sightseeing tour Officially Endorsed by The Historic Savannah Foundation. Enjoy 15 stops with unlimited hop on hop off privileges and the most frequent service. Each tour has live narration from our expert conductors and a 100% Money Back Guarantee.
The 52nd RBC HERITAGE presented by Boeing will take place at the Harbour Town Golf Links on Hilton Head Island, SC from April 13-19, 2020. Make plans now to “Get Your Plaid On!” The Champion of the 51st RBC Heritage presented by Boeing was CT Pan.
Situated on Reynolds’s Square in the historic district, and within walking distance to all of Savannah’s treasures, the award winning Planters Inn offers guests a wine and cheese reception each evening as well as daily complimentary continental breakfast.
Known for its superb service and hospitality, The Presidents’ Quarters is located in a residential area and is a leisurely 10-minute stroll to River Street and other historic sites. Rates include all the amenities: breakfast, afternoon wine with hors d’oeuvres plus parking.
WE BRING SAVANNAH’S HISTORY TO LIFE! Bringing Savannah’s History To Life is not just a slogan… it’s our promise. Along with our uniquely personal descriptions of Savannah’s rich and spellbinding history, actual historical re-enactors appear from time to time, boarding and walking the aisles of your trolley. You might see Forrest Gump, Georgia founder General James Oglethorpe, or a lingering pirate from the old days at the historic Pirate’s House. Your tour guide might even be dressed in a wardrobe from long ago as well.