Hamilton Turner InnSavannah, GA
- Office (904) 321-2210
Award winner 2001-2011 and a member of prestigious Select Registry, Distinguished Inns of North America
AAA 4-diamond Award winner 2001-2011 and Savannah’s exclusive member of prestigious Select Registry, Distinguished Inns of North America, this impeccable boutique Inn is arguably Savannah’s most successful small lodging property. Occupancy, average daily rate and revenues consistently out-pace the market. Revenue approached $1,000,000 in 2011. ADR was a healthy $256 and occupancy was 60%.
Saved from demolition by the Historic Savannah Association in the 1960’s, the impressive 11,612 sq. ft. mansion’s past includes being a favorite gathering place for Savannah’s social elite in the 1800’s, the first residence in Savannah to have electric lights and more recently, home to the colorful character “Mandy” in John Brecht’s book Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil.
Located on Lafayette Square, one of the original squares laid out by the city’s founder, General James Oglethorpe in 1733, the Inn is well situated to take advantage of the nearly 7,000,000 annual visitors who come to Savannah to marvel at its elegant architecture, ornate ironwork, fountain-filled parks and green primordial squares.
Lavishly furnished, the Inn has provided an oasis of tranquility and elegance for its guests, from statesmen to starlets, since 1997.
Listed for $4,595,000