The 17hundred90 is Savannah's oldest Inn and Restaurant. The inn has 14 rooms, each with private bath, WiFi, HVAC, and gas fireplaces in 12 of the 14 rooms. The Guest House was built in 1875 and the ceilings, hand painted in the 1890's, still remain. It is comprised of three floors, a private bedroom and bath on each floor. Perhaps most famous for our fabled ghost, Anna, said to have fallen in love with a sailor in the 1800's. And having thrown herself from the top floor window tormented by unrequited love, she still haunts room 204. Our inn is rather unique perched atop our full service restaurant and tavern. Lunch is served 11 until 3pm and dinner every night from 5:30 until 10pm with live piano music on the weekends. Visit our website for the full menu.
5 on January 25, 2015
It was the best birthday adventure ever!!! Everyone there is soooo nice! We felt so cozy and right at home:)
5 on January 24, 2015
My girlfriend and I booked a stay for her birthday, We had an amazing time. Every aspect was outstanding. We also took a ghost tour that included a stop at the 17Hundred90 Inn to learn a bit more about it. Would recommend a stay here.
3.8 on January 04, 2015
Was a cute little inn. Our room was big, with a beautiful fireplace. The dinner was amazing and I would highly suggest making reservations to stay there. Our waiter was outstanding and could really teach the inn staff how to be friendly. The inn staff was hit or miss with friendliness. The bar was nice, although it's frequented by locals who weren't keen on outsiders visiting. The location is excellent and very centrally located. There were constant tours driving by all hours of the day and night and you could clearly hear them until midnight each night. That was the most frustrating part. Also, they do allow kids, which is nice, unless there's one crying in the room next to you.
4.6 on December 29, 2014
I live in Richmond Hill and have stayed one night before~ but I decided to stay in the haunted room for a full weekend this time. I had an amazing time at the Inn! The locals are the most friendly and colorful people I've ever met! The staff at the inn was also very friendly and helpful. The food and drink choices are plentiful and are sure to please! I can't wait to stay again! Jodi C.
4.0 on December 28, 2014
The guesthouse was so beautiful. Another couple was supposed to stay in the guesthouse but were no shows so my husband and I had the entire guesthouse to ourselves which was amazing. The southern charm to this place was magical. Our only disappointment was their continental breakfast. They had mini pastries and yogurt which was no breakfast at all. Since the listing was on bedandbreakfast.com I thought that a real meal was going to come with my room. Wrong. If you're looking for a big breakfast in the morning, this listing may not be for you.
4.2 on December 18, 2014
Room was very clean and surprisingly spacious: even the bathroom was great! Bed was firm, but not unbearably so. Dinner was just OK for the price and with all the good eats in Savannah, we probably wouldn't eat at the restaurant again. Very good location, close to the river front and main strips of restaurants. Definitely recommend.
3.6 on December 13, 2014
Had a wonderful time getting away from the hustle and bustle.
4.6 on December 11, 2014
I can't imagine why anyone would choose to stay in a chain hotel when they have the option to enjoy the charm and comfort of this inn for the same price. The desk staff was outstanding, and the room was amazing. If you're staying in Savannah, the 17Hundred90 Inn is the perfect way to enjoy the charm of the city. The bar was awesome although we did not eat at that restaurant. I wish we had though. My only comment would be to consider adding a ceiling fan. Completely satisfied!
3.8 on December 06, 2014
The room and people were really outstanding!!! Loved the place, and the location couldn't be better. We were very happy with all of that. The dining was acceptable, but not worth the price, and the wine and drinks were not the best. Again though, the people were great, and so was the pianist!! I would stay here again in a heartbeat, but eat elsewhere.
5 on December 02, 2014
I stayed in room 511 which is actually a room in the 17 hundred 90 Inn's guest house. The guest house is a beautiful fully remodeled Victorian home with two guest rooms, a parlor, dining area and kitchen. When we stayed there, no one else had booked the second room so we had the entire home to ourselves, which was amazing. The room was absolutely beautiful, sparkling clean and incredibly charming. We enjoyed a glass of wine in the parlor, and had went outside several times and enjoyed the view from the balcony. The home is located right downtown Savannah so everything was within walking distance. This honestly was the best place I have ever stayed on a trip.
Interior room with an extra day bed.
Ground floor room in our 'Guest House' with hand painted ceilings in the common area Parlors dating back to the 1890's
The infamous 'Anna' is said to haunt this corner room with four windows and fireplace
Interior room with fireplace
Interior room with skylight and firplace
Newest addition to the Inn. Beautiful top-floor room in this restored 1872 townhome. King size bed with private bath with jetted tub and walk-in shower.
Large corner room with fireplace and five windows. Adjoins with 201.
Historic District, City, Downtown
Savannah, GA (SAV) 11 miles
I-16 East, take Montgomery St. exit to Bay St. Right on Bay St. to Lincoln St. Right on Lincoln St. Located on corner of President and Lincoln Streets.
Antique Shopping, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Live Music, Museum
Low fat , Restrictive , Vegetarian , Full Tavern, Full Restaurant
Rack of Lamb
Please see our website for the full menu.