Hotels near Savannah Airport in Georgia

by Don Amerman Google

Roughly 10 miles northwest of Savannah’s historic district, the Savannah/Hilton Head International Airport serves travelers in and out of Savannah and nearby Hilton Head Island in South Carolina. Visitors who arrive on a late-night flight or are scheduled to depart early in the morning will find a handful of hotels within a four-mile radius of the hotel. Airport-area hotels, all of which are close to Interstate 95, also provide a base for business travelers.

Country Inn and Suites Savannah Airport

Just off Exit 104 of Interstate 95 and less than two miles from the airport, this three-story, 82-unit hotel is a good choice for business travelers. It offers a well-equipped business center, meeting rooms and spacious desk/work areas in all its rooms and suites. Although there is no on-site restaurant, the hotel provides a complimentary continental breakfast each morning and hosts evening receptions with free snacks, beer and wine. Nearby restaurants include Jalapeno’s, Longhorn Steakhouse, Ruby Tuesday and Sam Snead’s. Savannah Mall with more than 100 shops and anchor stores lies 11 miles away in the Savannah Midtown neighborhood, and golfing enthusiasts who have the time can play a round or two at Crosswinds Golf Course, less than 1/2 mile from the hotel.

Hampton Inn and Suites Savannah Airport

This four-story, 102-unit hotel, only 1.7 miles from Savannah/Hilton Head International Airport, puts guests within each reach of historic Savannah’s attractions while also providing a quiet retreat from the noise and traffic of center city. Its location just off Interstate 95 also make this a good overnight stop for people traveling to and from central and south Florida. Guests can work out in the on-site fitness room, relax by the outdoor swimming pool or put the finishing touches on a proposal or project in the business center. The hotel provides a complimentary hot breakfast each morning, and guests looking for a place to eat lunch or dinner can choose from several nearby restaurants, including Cheddar’s Casual Cafe, Cancun Mexican Restaurant, Longhorn Steakhouse, Ruby Tuesday and Sam Snead’s. Shoppers looking for a bargain can try their luck at the Savannah Festival Outlet Center, just off Exit 94 of Interstate 95, 10 miles south of the hotel. Nearby golf courses include Crosswinds, less than 1/2 mile from the hotel, and Lost Plantation, about 10 miles away.

La Quinta Inn & Suites Savannah Airport-Pooler

Located in the Savannah suburb of Pooler, four miles from the airport, this three-story hotel is an option for visitors who are traveling with a pet. For no additional charge, La Quinta welcomes well-behaved pets and their owners into any of its 63 rooms and suites. To stay active, guests can swim a few laps in the seasonal outdoor swimming pool or exercise in the fitness center. The hotel has no on-site restaurant but serves a complimentary hot breakfast each morning. Nearby restaurants include Cracker Barrel, Hardees, Subway and Western Sizzlin'. For family entertainment and recreation, the Fun Zone, less than a mile from the hotel, offers go-kart racing, paintball encounters, arcade games and miniature golf.

Wingate by Wyndham Savannah Airport

Situated on its own private island with lake and golf course views, this four-story, 81-unit hotel is just off Exit 104 of Interstate 95 and less than two miles from the airport. Other hotel facilities and services include an outdoor swimming pool, business and fitness centers and complimentary shuttle service to the airport. The hotel serves a complimentary hot breakfast buffet each morning and also hosts an evening reception with free snacks and drinks from 5 to 7 p.m. Monday through Thursday. Hotel guests receive discounts at Sam Snead’s restaurant, which is within easy walking distance of the hotel. The Wingate offers discounted golf packages that combine accommodations and greens fees at the golf course that adjoins the hotel property.

About the Author

Don Amerman has spent his entire professional career in the editorial field. For many years he was an editor and writer for The Journal of Commerce. Since 1996 he has been freelancing full-time, writing for a large number of print and online publishers including Gale Group, Charles Scribner’s Sons, Greenwood Publishing, Rock Hill Works and others.