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TravelHost Gift Giving Guide….Guess Who Made the Cover???

October 5th, 2012 by Dresser Palmer House

TravelHost Gift Giving Guide with Savannah Inns & Pajama Shop Hop

The Ladies of Savannah Inns getting reday for Savannah Pajama Shop Hop on TravelHost Gift Giving Guide

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Opera in Savannah

May 24th, 2012 by Dresser Palmer House

Sometimes in Savannah our theatre options are limited.  So it’s always great to see some fantastic options when it comes to music.  I am so looking forward to V.O.I.C.Experience coming to Savannah on Thursday, June 7th at the Christ Church Savannah, GA;Opera in Savannah 28 Bull St at Johnson Square.  This will be a benefit concert featuring the rising stars of Opera from around the nation with special guests from the Savannah Philharmonic Chorus and area High Schools.  V.O.I.C.Experience was formed by Metropolitan Opera/Grammy Award Winner Opera Star, baritone Sherrill Milnes when he decided to create a means for singers to advance in their careers he did so by giving them the highest level of educators and more importantly, the opportunity to perform for people who might not ever see a Broadway show or Opera… with the help of his wife, soprano, Maria Zouves, V.O.I.C.Experience – “VE” – was founded in 2001. They work in several intensive programs throughout the year and guide singers in directions that lead to their success, including a program oat our own GA Southern University.  One of my favorite parts of this upcoming performance is that on Sunday, June 3 area High School students get to have their own performance and receive feedback from the same vocalists that will be performing on Thursday, June 7th.  This I am sure will help instill some new passion with our own upcoming coming stars from Savannah.

Call NOW to Book your Room at the Dresser Palmer House, June 3 at 2pm & June 7 at 7:30pm, for what promises to be two very enjoyable performances.

Dresser Palmer House Launches new Website!

September 9th, 2011 by

Dresser Palmer House is pleased to showcase a brand new website, designed and hosted by InsideOut Solutions. The new site is built around WordPress giving the innkeepers a variety of editing capabilities. The innkeepers will be able to upload new images, create photo galleries, blog, edit text, add pages and a variety of other editing features.

The new website really showcases the best qualities of this historic, 11,000 square foot Italianate townhouse in located in Savannah, GA.

At The Dresser Palmer House, you will find amenities normally found in much larger hotels coupled with the personal attention found only in the very best inns. We invite you to come and experience true southern hospitality at its finest.

Check out our Last Minute Deals!

September 8th, 2011 by

The Johnny Mercer RoomSave 10%–15% on your Last Minute Getaway; Be Spontaneous! Book within 72 hours of Arrival and enjoy a 15% Discount for Sunday-Thursday and 10% Discount for Friday and Saturday.

Please contact us and ask about our Last Minute Deals! info@dresserpalmerhouse.com

May not be combined with other Promotions or Discounts; Deposit is required and non-refundable. Based on Availability

Glassblowing with Jon Piorier

August 13th, 2011 by

The Dresser Palmer House has some very exciting and unique activities to participate in during your stay. One of which includes an introduction to glassblowing. This class is taught by acclaimed local glassblower, Jon Piorier. In one six-hour session with lunch provided or two three-hour sessions, this workshop offers a rare opportunity to learn and practice the intricate art of glassblowing. This workshop will introduce the absolute beginner to the basics of working hot glass. You will learn to gather glass from the furnace then use the blocks, marver and other tools first to make solid forms such as marbles and paperweights and then finish by blowing glass to make simple bowls and vases. No experience required. Wearing cotton jeans, cotton long sleeve shirt and shoes is recommended. Participants keep all six pieces they make in the class.

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