Comfort Suites Historic District
630 W. Bay Street
Savannah, GA 31401
Phone: (912) 629-2001
Fax: (912) 629-2002
630 W. Bay Street, Savannah, GA, US, 31401
- Phone: (912) 629-2001
- Fax: (912) 629-2002
Savannah is the colonial capital of the state of Georgia. Playing host to around a thousand events each year, the city draws tourist in large numbers from all around the world. Over the past decade, Savannah has significantly contributed towards the promotion of tourism in Georgia. Historic buildings and landmarks, zoos, museums and aquariums are tucked in every corner of the city. Major attractions include the Reynolds Square, the historical cathedral of St. John the Baptist, the Sorrel Weed House among others.
If you want to make a career in art or designing, the Savannah College of Art and Design or SCAD is an ideal option. This internationally acclaimed and reputed school of designing has professional and industry experts on their faculty panel. Surpassing the traditional classroom thresholds, it supports its students to innovate and think out of the box. Equipped with talented professors, modern technology and positive atmosphere, the students of Savannah College of Art and Design are educated as well as enriched during their academic years. For admission schedule and other details, call ahead or check its website.
Southern Pine Company of Georgia is an organization that restores and preserves vintage wood. So if you are interested in using vintage material than this is the place to be. This not only helps in retaining the good quality wood but also ensures that the construction is environment friendly. Check website for details.
Emergency room, trauma center, LifeStar air transport, Anderson Cancer Institute. Nurse One, 24-hour call center (+1 800 420 9355). Affiliated with Mercer University School of Medicine. Named one of America's best hospitals by U.S. News and World Report. Free parking.
Yellow Cab operates its comfortable taxi service in and around the city of Savannah. The 24-hour service is very popular among the locals and tourists visiting the historic city. Being Savannah's largest and oldest taxi cab company, Yellow Cab is always the preferred choice. To cater to the transportation needs of their customers, the company uses a computerized dispatch system, thereby ensuring the cab picks you up at the right time.
Owned and operated by the Savannah State University, the stadium has been named after Theodore Wright, the football coach of the Tiger's Football Team. Since 1967, the stadium has been venue for the University's football as well as track and field events. It is also home to the Savannah State Tigers football team. At times thou, the ground plays host to sporting events of schools in the neighborhood as well.
The Tiger Arena at the Savannah State University is a massive 6000 seater arena which hosts some of the best basketball and volleyball matches. Quite a few other interesting and fun events are also organized. Check university website for further details.
Emergency room, children's emergency center, Mary Telfair Women's Hospital, Advanced Bone and Joint Center, Neurosensory Center, Heart care Center. Cardiology, diabetes, oncology. Only locally-managed hospital in Savannah.
The Plantation Club at The Landings is an excellent country house venue where you can host your wedding reception and private events against the backdrop of the beautifully landscaped golf course. For a large scale event, the club has the multi-functional Grand Ballroom, whereas for events with lesser number of people can be accommodated at the classy Azalea Room. On days other than events, the club is frequented by members during special organized brunches and dinners and devour the excellent array of food and beverages on offer. Call ahead for more information.
This waterfront district comprises different structures that were built as per the tastes and preferences of its owners. There is no such particular style that is commonly used and mixed designs are prevalent here. The island finds itself placed in the National Register of Historic Places owing to its Civil War and Gullah slaves connection.
Tybee Island is a great retreat for Savannah residents as well as tourists looking for unexplored places. The city museum, towering lighthouses, forts and historic sites provide a peek into the Civil War history of the island. This Savannah destination also brings you closer to nature with the numerous recreational activities one can indulge in here like kayaking, fishing, bird-watching, marine excursions and trails. In addition to this, the wine festivals, art shows, kayak races and the annual Tybee Island Pirate Festival hosted in the island contribute to a delightful stay.
The Church of the Cross is a modest building which was erected way back in 1857. Spread across an area of 1.3 acres (0.53 hectares), it is made with the Carpenter Gothic style of architecture. The church has gone through a lot of changes in the past, but has kept its structure and beliefs intact. The church is fully functional since its birth and continues to hold services and ceremonies to keep the community well knitted. Weddings, baptisms and all other religious practices are conducted by the church. Many other casual events are hosted to bring the neighboring communities together. The exteriors of the church have an archaic feel to it, thereby reminding us of the era it belongs to. The interiors are calm, soothing and serene to the mind and soul.