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A Hotel in Historic Savannah GA

Enchantment, squared.

The Brice - transformed from one of the most historic buildings in town, and boasted as one of the most authentic and charming hotels in historic Savannah GA. We owe a debt of gratitude to General James Oglethorpe. He's the gent who, in 1733, had the genius idea of laying out the city of Savannah in a simple, stately grid pattern of public parks. Today Savannah boasts the country's largest National Historic Landmark District with 22 city squares full of museums, churches, gardens, mansions, and monuments from the Revolutionary and Civil War eras. It all adds up to 2.5 square miles of Southern beauty. Of the hotels in historic Savannah, GA, we here at The Brice will be ever so pleased to call you our guest.

Attractions near our Historic District hotel include:

  • River Street (1 block)
  • Emmet Park (1 block)
  • City Market (0.6 miles/9 blocks)
  • Visitor's Center (1.2 miles)
  • Savannah History Museum (1.2 miles)
  • Old Savannah Tours (district-wide)
  • Dolphin Magic Tours (0.3 miles/4 blocks)
  • Savannah Theatre (0.7 miles/9 blocks)
  • Telfair Museum of Art (0.8 miles/10 blocks)
  • The Harper Fowlkes House (0.4 miles/6 blocks)
  • Jepson Center For The Arts (0.8 miles/10 blocks)
  • The Andrew Low House (0.8 miles/10 blocks)
  • Ships of the Sea Museum (0.8 miles/9 blocks)
  • Savannah Riverboat Cruises (0.4 miles/6 blocks)