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Trip Report A quick Hotwire trip to Savannah

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I had a short work trip to Savannah. Before I booked my usual hotel I checked Hotwire and got the 3* Inn at Ellis Square for $77 a night ($93 with taxes). This is a Days Inn hotel in a GREAT location. It's next to the new Ellis Square, the City Market and not far from the river.

It's actually two hotels in one. The Days Inn part of the hotel is 5 stories high and the rooms are the typical hotel layout (I was in a double queen room). There's a flat screen TV, nice bedding with white duvet covers (much better than the old bedspreads) and a nice decor. The other 4 story part of the hotel evidently has much nicer suites. I didn't see those rooms. There's a bar in the lobby, a concierge in the lobby to help with tourist planning and a small swimming pool near the entrance of the hotel. A good choice for a centrally located hotel in the historic district.

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