The Inn

An Ideal Vacation Accommodation

As you walk up Gaston Street, home to our historic inn, the wicker rockers on the longest gallery in Savannah, beckon you.

Here you can relive the life of the privileged of Savannah’s past with a brandy-filled snifter from our new full-service bar, warm yourself in front of the fireplace, or “tickle the ivories” of our Steinway Concert Piano.

Enjoy the gardens of the courtyard, sit by the koi pond and fountain, or relax under an umbrella in the shade. With dripping, fragrant wisteria, lush ferns, twinkling lights, and slow moving outdoor fans, you can savor an unhurried Savannah afternoon just as they did over 100 years ago.

Relax while you enjoy a full gourmet breakfast, served each morning in our elegant Victorian dining room, to help you start your day in Savannah. Wake up your senses with a fresh cup of coffee or hot tea and the morning newspaper.

Stroll down beautifully shaded moss-draped streets of Savannah’s historic district, browse through antique shops, enjoy a variety of local events, and feast on fabulous fresh seafood. Return after a long day of business or pleasure and join us for our daily wine and cheese reception, a Dresser Palmer House tradition.

Most of the sixteen guest rooms of our Savannah inn feature original ceiling medallions, crown molding, fireplaces and waltz-out windows. All guest rooms have private, newly remodeled bathrooms. Twenty-four concierge service and free off-street parking is available to all our guests.

Whether you are here for a business trip or for pleasure, a wedding or event, The Dresser Palmer House is the premier Savannah vacation accommodation.

“This major investment in period restoration was built as two separate houses sharing an Italianate facade. In 1997, a lavish reunification of the two houses was undertaken. Today the unified building bears the distinction of having the city’s longest and most stately front porch (called a gallery in Savannah) and inner ceilings that are almost dizzyingly high”
~ Frommer’s Review

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