Savannah was voted one of the 'Worlds' Top Ten Trendy Travel Hot Spots' by the New York Times and named one of the 'Top 10 U.S. Cites to Visit' by Conde Nast Traveler, and for a reason. Savannah GA attracts millions of visitors each year with gracious hospitality and subtle charm.
Savannah has a variety of Nightlife featuring Savannah jazz and blues, cigar bars, Latin salsa clubs and piano bars playing songs by Savannah's Johnny Mercer as well as the best in bluegrass, swing music, dance hits from the 70's and 80's and every genre in between add to Savannah's eclectic mix of entertainment.
Recreational boating or water sports, fishing, kayaking and dolphin tours are available. You can also enjoy Tybee's tranquil beach, deep sea fishing, golf.
More than 45 cultural attractions draw visitors who are in search of history, art, architecture and tradition. Among the things one must see when traveling to Savannah are Avenue of the Oaks, Wormsloe Historic Site, Old Fort Jackson, Fort Screven and Fort Pulaski, Mighty Eighth Air Force Museum, King-Tisdell Cottage, Juliette Gordon Low Birthplace, Andrew Low House, Davenport House and Owens-Thomas House, Ralph Mark Gilbert Civil Rights Museum and the Telfair Museum of Art.
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This Wingate Inn is a newly built interior four story hotel built in the most accessible area of Savannah. The Savannah Wingate Inn offers what no other hotel offers, one price for everything. Included with your room is: free local calls, free long distance access, 40 item hospitality breakfast, free faxes-sending and receiving, free high speed internet access, free copies in the business center and above all guaranteed friendly service. The Savannah Wingate Inn is located 12 minutes from any area in Savannah and offers a location that avoids all the traffic.
Use the Best Western Savannah Gateway as your home base as you visit the historic landmarks of this 18th-Century port city, and explore the quiet beauty of the Barrier Islands along Georgia's unspoiled coastline.