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November 9, 2017 for 3 nights for 2 adults.

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Mansion on Forsyth Park in Savannah, Georgia

Savannah, Georgia, is one of America's most interesting cities. Its series of squares, coupled with its superstitious nature, makes it a fascinating find. In the heart of the city's Historic District is the magnificently restored 1888 Mansion on Forsyth Park, a AAA Four-Diamond property. Mansion on Forsyth Park gives southern comfort new meaning with its collection of lavish guest rooms, an extensive art collection featuring more than 400 original pieces, and opulent public rooms including a lobby cloaked in onyx marble. Classic dcor along with modern conveniences create a historic and indulgently luxurious hideaway.

Mansion on Forsyth Park's restaurant, 700 Drayton, is a stunning dining destination with a menu of savory specialties and an extensive wine list. There is also Casimir's Lounge, located on the second level of the restaurant and featuring live jazz and blues on the weekends, as well as the Bosendorfer Lounge. You can also visit the Poseidon Spa, hone your culinary skills by enrolling in one of the Mansion's cooking classes, or relax poolside. There is never a shortage of things to see in "America's Most Haunted City" - do a little ghost busting on a haunted history tour, or take a trek on foot to admire the splendid architecture, with many door frames, porches and window sills coated in "Haint Blue" to ward off evil spirits. More conventional activities might include shopping along the riverfront, slipping into a jazz club, or dining at The Pirates House, named for long-ago patrons who frequented the eatery in the late 1700s, which was the inspiration for Robert Lewis Stevenson's novel Treasure Island.

Location of Mansion on Forsyth Park

Mansion on Forsyth Park
700 Drayton Street
31401
Savannah, Georgia

Nearest Airport: SAV

Amenities for Mansion on Forsyth Park

  • General Information
  • 125 Guest Rooms
  • Dining
  • Restaurant
  • 2 Bars
  • Wine Cellar
  • Room Service
  • On-Site Amenities
  • Concierge
  • Spa on Property
  • Complimentary Newspaper
  • Laundry Service
  • Fitness Center
  • WiFi
  • Live Entertainment
  • High-Speed Internet Access
  • Art Collection
  • Rooftop Terrace
  • Outdoor Heated Pool
  • Culinary School
  • In-Room Amenities
  • Direct Dial Telephones
  • In-Room Safes
  • Mini Bar
  • Satellite Television
  • Marble Bathrooms
  • Flat-Screen Televisions
  • Whirlpool Bathtubs
  • Luxury Linens
  • Luxury Bath Amenities
  • Radio & CD Players
  • Activities
  • Cooking Classes
  • Business
  • Business Center/Services
  • Meeting Rooms
  • Nearby
  • Historic Sites
  • Shopping
  • Restaurants
  • Golf
  • Beaches
  • Parks
  • Interests
  • Culture & Arts
  • Summer Getaways

Reviews for Mansion on Forsyth Park

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TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 day ago

We stayed here 2 nights as a kickoff to our honeymoon, such a pretty hotel! Lots of artwork throughout the halls, loved the flowers by and in the elevator. The rooftop bar next door was great! Across the street from Forsyth Park, a short walk to beautiful historic downtown Savannah and a 5 min Uber ride to River Street! Room was clean, bed was comfy and the oversized soaking tub was awesome!! We ordered room service and the food was incredible! From check-in to check-out all the staff were very friendly and accommodating! Kyler was great helping us with our car & bags, very nice guy! Would definitely stay here again! :)

Ryann m


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 4 days ago

I think if you are paying over $350 a night, you certainly should be able to request the number of beds you would like in a room. I was told when I called a week ahead to confirm two beds in my room that it was booked... when we arrived, I was told you NEVER guarantee the number of beds in a room. Seriously? What kind of hotel are you running? The mold in the shower gave me bronchitis. The clerks were obliviously trained to grin and just keep grinning as they say I'm sorry about that... I am sorry...

joyceeswonger - Culpeper, Virginia


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 4 days ago

Okay so we didn’t stay here, but I’m still reviewing it. We walked in the wrong door looking for shuttle tour tickets. The host opened the door and right away I was like yup we are out of our league. I told them I was looking for tickets the guy said oh okay follow me I’ll take you there. He walked us though the resturaunt, down some stairs pass a beautiful art room and to the front desk. The lady was so helpful and welcoming even when she knew we were not customers. We got our tickets after a very friendly chat with her and walked out the door right into the friendly valet which greeted us and told us to have a great day. So yes we did not stay here, but I’m saving my pennies and when we come back I would love to stay here! So if your looking to be treated like southern royalty here ya go this is your place it’s so pretty.

bumbalough - Nashville, Tennessee


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 4 days ago

The hotel itself had pros and cons - it has character but most of the hotel is actually new construction so the dark hallways and winding passages are odd. I also did NOT like the modern art that was everywhere, nor the fact that it was all for sale which just made the place feel cheap. Our room was fine - the bed was very comfortable and the furniture was unique. The view was a disappointment - the concierge level is the top of the hotel, but just on the 4th floor. We had a corner room, but it overlooked the hotel machinery on one side and a parking lot (with incessant car alarms going off) on the other side. I was also irritated that after booking the room through the hotel website directly, it said "king or two queens" but didn't give the option to choose which one. I indicated that it would be four adults (me, my husband an our two teenagers), but they still put us in a room with one king bed. They didn't have two queens available, so we used a pullout in the sofa, and had a cot sent to the room for our daughter - we had to move furniture to make them fit, and set the beds up ourselves. Not great service. As many others have said, the concierge level is also a huge disappointment. It would be better NOT to have a concierge lounge - seriously, people we didn't know in the hallway and elevators would say "can you believe how terrible the concierge room is?" It became a vacation joke. They did offer breakfast, but it was minimal and it was under-serviced - water ran out constantly, toaster didn't work, and the server was irritated when more than a few people would show up - to her credit, it was more work than one person could handle. It's not staffed appropriately and the food alternatives were insufficient - they should either shut it down and stop charging people for it, or staff it up and make it worth it. On the bright side, I really liked the location. Forsyth Park is an active area - there were two community events in the weekend we were there. I also strolled around it in the morning before the family was awake and it was lovely, and everyone I met was friendly. The hotel is also within walking distance (though a long walk) of the historic district, and it's a beautiful walk with squares and mansions and trees draped in Spanish moss along the way. Lots of restaurants, shops and people watching along the way, and history around every corner.

Laura P - Wayzata, Minnesota


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 6 days ago

The hotel is located across from Forsyth Park; a pretty good location. Walkable to the historic district. It is a lovely hotel with only two main issues. First, the artwork. The floor on which I stayed had paintings by someone named Keil. WAY too much of his art in one place. Fine to have one or two pieces but entire hallways? Needed a break from that visual. And the painting in our bathroom was so incredibly creepy I had to take it down while we were there! That is a total first! Finally, there was a real issue with the Concierge Lounge. In other Marriotts, the Concierge Lounge serves breakfast and then snacks and finally wine from 5-7. This Concierge Lounge only served breakfast and ran out of drinks and snacks. And the poor woman they had working the Lounge was TOTALLY overwhelmed and therefore quite unpleasant - not her fault. She needed help. And the Lounge needed a MUCH bigger space! If you are going to offer BOTH a Concierge Lounge to one group and free breakfast to another, I would suggest that they be served separately. That being said, the hotel management did everything they could to rectify the situation. Kudos for that.

MrsKNj - NJ


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