is the official Enmark Savannah River Bridge Run hotel partner. They feature three beautiful Historic District properties featured below, as well as two Midtown properties located just 10 minutes from the Historic District.



DoubleTree by Hilton Savannah Historic District – You’ll fall in love with Savannah the moment you arrive. The DoubleTree by Hilton Savannah Historic District is rich in tradition, architectural beauty and unabashed southern charm. While you are exploring this fascinating city, there’s no finer place to stay than the DoubleTree by Hilton Savannah Historic District.
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Hilton Garden Inn Savannah Historic District – Savannah’s historic Bay Street was its original thoroughfare, just one block south and 15 feet above the world famous River Street. This is where you’ll find the hip and historic Hilton Garden Inn Savannah Historic District, just half a block from equally famed City Market.
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With easy access via highway, rail and air, you can add accessibility to Savannah’s long list of selling points. Whatever mode of transportation you choose, you’ll have no trouble getting your group to and from Savannah.


Air Service


Located just 15 miles from Savannah’s Historic District, the Savannah/Hilton Head International Airport offers 11 non-stop destinations and approximately 84 daily flights in and out of Savannah. Scheduled airlines include American Eagle, Delta, JetBlue, United Express and US Airways. We hope to expand the number of cities served with direct flights in the coming year. with potential to expand in the future.


Driving to Savannah


Getting to Savannah by car is easy and enjoyable, with plenty of scenic Georgia beauty to take in along the way. Savannah is best accessed via Interstate 95 (North/South) or Interstate 16 (East/West).


Savannah by Rail


Many groups find that Amtrak is a fun, convenient and affordable way to travel. Savannah is a major stop on Amtrak’s Palmetto and Silver Service lines between New York and Miami. The Silver Star and Silver Meteor provide daily service to and from Savannah. Sleeper cars and sightseeing lounge cars are available.


On the Bus


Savannah is a hub for Greyhound Bus Lines, so your guests can access Savannah by bus from all over the United States, Canada and Mexico.




It’s totally possible—and incredibly fascinating—to spend days strolling through the nation’s largest Landmark Historic District. But with so much here to see and do, your feet might have different plans. Check out some other ways to see Savannah in style.