Savannah Hotels


Hyatt Regency Savannah

At a Glance


  • the indoor heated pool has great views
  • comfortable bedding and pillows


  • valet parking and Wi-Fi are both very expensive
  • many large groups

Hyatt Regency Savannah Review

Offering the closest riverfront rooms in town, this hotel is a study in modernity amid the history of River and Bay streets: the seven-story pinkish structure, built in 1981, has marble floors as well as the Hyatt trademarks from that era, including glass elevators and a towering atrium. Many rooms have balconies overlooking either the atrium or the Savannah River. Yes, there is a significant up-charge for river views, but, particularly by night, they're priceless. The contemporary decor, including large leather club chairs, work desk and ergonomic chair, and flat-screen TV, is attractive. The Vu Lounge is an appealing spot to have a drink and watch the river traffic drift by. Windows Restaurant serves breakfast and lunch—choose the buffet or go à la carte. The client mix is about 50% groups, the other half leisure and business travelers, particularly on weekends.

    Hotel Details

  • 351 rooms
  • Rate includes no meals.
  • Credit cards accepted.
  • N/A.
Updated: 11-07-2012

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