Savannah is one of the South’s most cherished destinations, and you are invited to experience its splendor. Sitting at the top of Georgia’s 100-mile coast, Savannah offers scenic routes, inspiring artists, colonial culture, old haunts, and much, much more. The Andaz hotel introduces you to the meandering heart of Savannah – within a few steps of the hotel in any direction lie a treasure of squares, historic registered places and world-class shopping and dining.
Art galleries can be found everywhere – after all, Savannah is home to the Savannah College of Art & Design. The city has fostered a culture that embraces and supports its visual, performing, and musical artists. Savannah is also a great city for old haunts – literally. Savannah has been around since Colonial days, and, according to locals, so have many of its ethereal ‘residents’. See for yourself if you pick up any ‘vibes’ in this very spirited city.
A terrific host, Andaz brings guests a rare chance to be a pampered visitor and a total insider. Staying at the Andaz Savannah hotel, you’re exactly where you want to be, in the heart of the fun and just-a-little-funky restored historic district. Across the street is Savannah’s newest jewel, the restored Ellis Square, one of the original squares, which is now an urban plaza. A short stroll down the street and you’re enjoying the breezy charm of City Market.
Capture the essence of Savannah’s culinary identity with the Historic & Secret East Side Food Tour! This experience combines architectural commentary, historical fasts, local culture, customs, culinary knowledge, of course delicious food! Take off on a tantalizing, intriguing and surprising tour of Savannah’s east side in the Historic District, and enjoy mouthwatering tastings at six restaurants – some famous . . . some secret local hideouts – as you stroll through hidden alleyways and quiet squares. Some of the locations you’ll visit include THE Pirates’ House, 17Hundred90 Inn & Restaurant, Wall’s BBQ, Zunzi’s Takeout, and Fire Street Food. This tour is not for the light snacker, so bring your appetite! This tour offers more than enough food for lunch!