Marshall House

OVERVIEW of the Marshal House

The unique 65 room Marshall House, right in the middle of the downtown area is the choice for a full service hotel. Originally built in 1851, it went through a $12 million renovation in the late 90’s which upgraded all of the facilities, but retained its old southern character. Today the room doors, 12 ft. ceilings, pine floors, 10 ft. windows and the second floor veranda remain from the hotel’s past.

The public rooms are strikingly decorated and very comfortable. Many guests relax in these rooms reading the paper or playing board games.

The Marshall House’s history as hospital during the Civil War and through two yellow fever epidemics, makes it very conducive to ghost stories and haunted tales. It is rumored that the hotel is haunted!

THE ROOMS at the Marshal House

My large second floor room had 30 ft. ceilings, crown moldings, dark pine floors, a huge pine headboard and footboard and a white pine armoire. The room opened onto the veranda which overlooked Broughton Street and had rocking chairs for relaxing and watching the action on the street below. The bath had white pine walls, a pedestal sink, Bath & Body Works toiletries and thick robes and towels.

DINING at the Marshal House

The hotel’s restaurant, 45 Bistro is a favorite with the locals and the bar is a very comfortable place for a drink. A full breakfast buffet is served in the Atrium each day.

THE SERVICE at the Marshal House

Complimentary wine and cheese is served in the library each afternoon and a continental breakfast is available in the courtyard in the morning. Two newspapers are delivered to your room each day, one local and one national and the hotel provides membership privileges at the Downtown Athletic Club, just down the street.

THE RATES at the Marshal House

From $217 Peak Season Weekend

WHAT OTHERS SAY About the Marshal House

Voted Savannah’s Best Hotel 2018 by Savannah Morning News

PROMOTIONS at the Marshal House

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