The elegant Planters Inn was created with a lavish
attention to detail.
This award-winning Savannah property blends
the warmth and charm of a small inn with the services of a grand hotel.
A landmark building, Planters Inn opens onto Savannah's
historic Reynolds Square, where live oak trees, flowering azaleas, and
horse drawn carriages set a tranquil mood. A short stroll through
the park leads to Savannah's bustling Riverfront where renovated cotton
warehouses now feature quaint shops and beautiful examples of 18th and
19th century architecture.
The Inn's 60 guest rooms are all individually decorated
in the finest fabrics and Baker furnishings. Our guest rooms are
all accessed from quiet interior hallways, and offer four-poster rice
beds, period furnishings, private baths, in room coffee makers, and
Rollaways and cribs also available. Please ask for
Each morning, guests may enjoy a complimentary
continental breakfast served in our penthouse hospitality suite
overlooking historic downtown Savannah. Upon returning from the
day's events, you may also enjoy our evening wine hour where guests
mingle in our elegant lobby.
When you retire to your room, your bed will be turned
down with a gift of chocolate left on your pillow. Join us, we
look forward to hosting you and pampering you with true Southern
Dinner room service is available nightly from 5:30-11:00
PM from the award-winning Olde Pink House Restaurant, located just next
door to the inn.
Our Inn is ideal for small meetings and receptions which
require a unique atmosphere and highly personalized service. The
management and staff also enjoy hosting various groups during their
visit to our lovely city.
The Planters Inn is rich in history as it stands on the
former site of the first parsonage of John Wesley, the founder of
The original building was built in 1812 as a
"mirror house" for Oliver Sturges' twin daughters. In
1913, one side of the house was damaged by fire, and soon after became
the John Wesley Hotel. At the time, the hotel was known as
Savannah's premier brothel.
In 1982, after a fire destroyed the south side of the
building, the structure was closed for sometime. Renovations and
renaming of the Inn began and the hotel reopened in Spring of 1984 as
the Planters Inn. Employees and guests alike have reported sightings on
various occasions. The most common sightings is of a woman
dressed in a gown who moves about the floors, rearranging the hanging
pictures. She has also been seen wandering around the lobby late
at night. This mysterious ghost has been rumored to be the twin
daughter who once lived in the house.
Savannah, one of the South's most beautiful and charming
cities, invites you to come and enjoy the many sites and scenes that
surround this majestic town. Whether you tour the city's historic
district or take the kids out for fun at the beach, Savannah has
something to offer everyone.
Nestled around quaint squares in the Historic District,
many of the homes in the area offer tours and information of times gone
by. River Street, a popular tourist destination, is packed with
restaurants, shopping, and river cruises. City Market also offers the
visitor a wide variety of specialty shops and fine dining. The Planters
Inn is located steps away from all of the popular spots in the area. The
concierge and front desk staff will gladly make any touring reservations
or plans for you.