Georgia Hotels Outside of Historic District

On our recent trip to Savannah, GA, we were scheduled to stay at the Baymont Inn in Garden City.  We never actually ended up staying there, but I would like to comment that the young guy behind the desk was EXTREMELY pleasant and helpful to us.  (On accident my sister-in-law booked the wrong week, and they didn’t have a room they could give us for the three nights we’d be there.)  What I do know about this hotel is that they’ve got a swimming pool, fresh baked chocolate chip cookies & lemon water in the lobby and a deluxe continental breakfast that has waffles, french toast, sausage, etc. Here’s their link:    http://www.baymontinns.com/Baymont/control/Booking/property_info?propertyId=17794

We ended up finding a room at the Fairfield Inn on Lee St. (both are about 5 miles away from historic Savannah).  They too have a swimming pool (which is closed for this season for maintenance), a deluxe breakfast and FANTASTIC staff.  Everyone we dealt with bent over backwards to any of our requests.  They all have great personalities and were extremely friendly – everyone from maintenance to the front desk.  One thing the Fairfield Inn has that I’m not sure the Baymont Inn has are evening “meals”.  Not sure what else to call it.  Between 4:30pm and 6:30pm daily, the nights we were there, they served:  nachos one night, spaghetti and meatballs w/garlic bread another night and beans and rice another night – ALL FREE!  We didn’t have many meals to pay for.  That was nice.  Their website is:  http://www.marriott.com/hotels/travel/savfi-fairfield-inn-savannah-midtown/

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