COVID-19 UPDATES

We Look Forward to Welcoming You to Savannah!

Below is an outline of the precautions we are taking to protect the health and safety of our guests and staff.  We look forward to welcoming you to Savannah soon! 

MASKS NOT REQUIRED

On March 1, 2022, The City of Savannah’s mask mandate, which required that masks be worn in all city owned buildings, officially expired.  In Savannah, you'll find that masks are no longer required in most indoor settings. At our hotels, people may choose to wear a mask or not at this time.

IN-ROOM MATERIALS
Now Digital

About-the-property information you might need while here is now digital, so you can access it with your own personal device. 

GUEST ROOMS
Cleaned & Sanitized

Your room will be carefully cleaned before your arrival, with bed linens and all surfaces sanitized. We're spending extra time preparing your room for your arrival, including enhanced disinfecting of high-touch items.

ROOM REFRESHED?
It's Your Choice.

It's your choice whether or not your room will be refreshed while you are here.  If you want service, you got it.  If you'd rather have supplies placed outside your door, we're happy to do that too.  

CLEANLINESS
Is Our Top Priority

Our staff is adhering to an enhanced cleaning and disinfecting protocol, including frequent cleaning of high-touch areas. 

SOCIAL DISTANCING
And Hand Sanitizer Stations

We practice and encourage social distancing in public areas.  You'll also find hand sanitizer available for use in our public spaces. 

FOOD & BEVERAGE
A Few Changes to Keep You Safe

We've eliminated all buffets from our kitchens and dining rooms.  You'll have attendant-only served plated meals, hors d'oeuvres and wine receptions. 


Georgia Senate Bill 359:

In accordance with Georgia Senate Bill 359, please be advised:
Warning. 'Any person entering the premises waives all civil liability against this premises owner and operator for any injuries caused by the inherent risk associated with contracting COVID-19 at public gatherings, except for gross negligence, willful and wanton misconduct, reckless infliction of harm, or intentional infliction of harm, by the individual or entity of the premises.'

 


 

 

Historic Inns of Savannah