5 on April 23, 2014
We stayed at The Azalea Inn and Garden for two nights in 'Sweet Olive' room. The staff was warm and welcoming, and attentive to all our needs. The property was lovely, and provided a great respite after each days activities. The breakfasts and afternoon desserts were fabulous! Highly recommend staying here when in Savannah. Greg & Janet
4.2 on April 03, 2014
Stayed here during busy season-Home and Garden Tours and Music Festival. The staff went out of their way to help and accommodate. Location is good-the rest of the historic area is walkable. The off street parking is a plus and well worth the slight additional fee. The food was outstanding. The only thing I did not like was the shower in the Gentlemen's Parlor. It was a bit inconvenient with the sliding doors as far as someone using the sink area at the same time as someone wanting to use the shower. But I did not mind too much really as everything else was so perfect about our stay.
5 on March 19, 2014
We stayed at the Azalea Inn and Gardens for our anniversary weekend. The whole experience was wonderful. The staff were so nice and helpful. The food was amazing. The inn is gorgeous and our room was beautiful and clean. I recommend this bed and breakfast for any occasion while staying in Savannah. It was absolutely wonderful! Great experience!
2.0 on July 26, 2013
This inn is not in a safe location. Our car window was smashed and a desktop computer packed in a box was stolen. Local car dealer could not do more than wrap the window w cellophane so we had to leave the inn. The innkeeper had total lack of empathy and still charged us for the one night we couldn't stay due to the safety issues. We figured the thief could just return and steal the whole car the next night!! Pls do not stay here esp. if you are traveling with a packed car.
We are saddened that this guest had her car broken into and saddened that she feels it is our fault. We caution our guests on our website, in our confirmation email and upon check-in to practice common sense everywhere in the city. We further state that we have no security guard so please do not leave anything of value in plain sight in the car. This is actually common sense for all travelers anywhere in the world. Her car was the only one of 18 cars in our parking lot (including my own)that was broken into overnight - clearly because her car offered something of value. We assisted as best we could, calling the police, cleaning up the mess and when the dealership was unable to repair the vehicle, we offered a gift certificate for her to use on her return trip to Florida as compensation for the night they could not stay. Sadly, she felt the break-in was our fault, and she then threatened to file an appeal with her credit card company (which she did and lost, not once, but three times); as well she promised to writing poor reviews in every internet review site available to her. We believe we made a reasonable and compassionate offer given her situation, despite the fact that she signed a non-refundable agreement upon check-in. The voucher we offered could have been used anytime over the course of a year (probably on her return trip to Florida). But it was not enough for her and for that we are truly sorry. Please take your time and read the other wonderful reviews here from our many satisfied guests and please decide for yourself. We are in a beautiful residential neighborhood in the Landmark Historic District, one block from the only 5-star hotel in Savannah, 1-1/2 blocks from the world-famous Forsyth Park, site of the September Savannah Jazz Festival. Stay with us and decide for yourself. Thank you.
5 on July 23, 2013
My husband and I almost stayed stayed at a different establishment, but then we came across Azalea Inn and Gardens on the Internet. I am so glad we did! Everything about our stay here was wonderful. Mrs. Teresa and all her staff made us feel so welcomed in their home. It felt like we had known them all for years. They informed us of some really great places to visit and even helped make reservations and arrangements for transportation. The breakfast each morning was excellent the afternoon snacks were great as well. Rooms were comfortable and bedding was very nice. I have wonderful memories here and would love to revisit. We've stayed in many B&Bs but this one really is our favorite.
5 on July 21, 2013
Where to start ... It was more than I had expected ! The atmosphere was exciting,,, yet filled with charm.. The evenings,,, relaxing and filled with tradition... Our Host.... gracious!
5 on July 01, 2013
We stayed at Azalea Inn for our 10 year anniversary. As part of our stay we chose the Mini-Moon package the Inn offered and it was the perfect touch. It was a wonderful romantic getaway for us. The inn and the staff were wonderful. Breakfast was amazing everyday! Can't wait to go back!!
4.8 on June 30, 2013
My sister and I stayed at Azalea Inn on a recent trip to Savannah. What a treat. Teresa and her staff were wonderful. The bed was so cozy I asked Teresa where she buys her sheets and to my surprise she was able to order me a set and have them shipped to my home. The custom made body products were fabulous. My sister and I purchased body wash and lotion that Teresa has available. The only reason I gave the dining 4 stars was the breakfast was a ricotta quiche that was a bit too sweet for my morning palette. It was also chilled so seemed more like a dessert. I would definitely return to this fine B & B.
5 on June 25, 2013
We have stayed at several bed and breakfasts across the South and Azalea Inn and Gardens is one of our very favorites and we would definately return. It was our first visit to the Inn and booked at the last minute. The room was beautifully furnished and comfortable. The sheets were AMAZING. The Concierge - Shannon- suggestions for lunch and dinner were spot on ( and she also told us where we could get the amazing sheets). I loved everything about the inn from the room, to the dining room, porches, gardens and of course Joey !
4.8 on June 04, 2013
Our first stay at a B&B, and the Azalea Inn was everything we expected; outstanding service, great room, excellent food, and perfect location to Historic District.
5 on February 21, 2013
My husband and I wanted to do something different for our 20th Anniversary. I came across the idea of a Bed and Breakfast and Savannah was the city of choice. The Azalea Inn stood out from all the choices in the area and we were not disappointed. We loved it!!! The place is beautiful!! Shannon, Teresa and staff made sure we had a great time, from their lunch, dinner and activities suggestions to the delicious treat left in our room. Breakfast was amazing and we loved our room of choice. We will be back for sure. Thank you Azalea Inn for making us feel so welcome.
5 on December 17, 2012
I found the Azalea on the internet and it appealed to our needs and wants for our first trip to Savannah. We could have picked so many other places, but for some reason, the Azalea stood out from the rest for us. We had no idea it would actually surpass our expectations and it helped cement what would be a superb trip, via a sleeper on Amtrak, to Savannah. From the moment we stepped through the front door, very early in the morning off the train, the warm experience started. We were even able to check into our room at around 9 am in the morning.
5 on December 03, 2012
My husband and I recently stayed at this B&B over the Veteran's day weekend. Not only did this establishment offer rooms for free to military active duty and veterans, but they offered an incredible buffet and delicious breakfast to their guests. This home is warm, inviting, elegant and run by a superb staff. They gave us a map filled with places to go get after dinner drinks and were beyond accommodating to our needs. The rooms were spacious; complete with fireplaces and the beds were from heaven! This experience was delightful and we are so thankful for Azalea Inn's generosity to servicemen. Thank you!
5 on October 23, 2012
My husband I were looking for a place to relax and enjoy a change in the weather. After doing a little research we choose Azalea Inn and Gardens and could not of been happier. The staff is like family. I sorta forgot that I was not at home! The food was outstanding and the wine and appetizer daily reception was warm and inviting. We felt like we had made new friends and we can't wait to return again soon!
4.8 on October 22, 2012
We hardly get away without our kids so they got together and gave us a gift certificate for Azalea Inn. Best present ever. We definitely felt like guest with friends instead of being just somebody in a motel. The Inn was beautiful and comfortable. Casual yet extremely nice. The room was great and so was the breakfast. We enjoyed meeting the other guest. One guest was a wounded warrior (Azalea Inn donates rooms to our wounded soldiers) and another couple had flown in from Colorado and were married in the gardens of the Inn. Beautiful walk to river street, with many parks along the way. Can't wait to to it again.
5 on October 15, 2012
The Azalea Inn and Gardens was a wonderful place to stay in Savannah. The staff was great. They assisted in getting reservations for dinner and the tours. The food was exceptional and the evening hour with appetizers was enjoyable. The room was very comfortable and quite. The location made it easy to walk to all attractions in the Historic District.
5 on September 20, 2012
Let me just put the bottom line up top... Stay at this wonderful bed and breakfast. My wife and I decided to get married in Savannah and did a lot of research before choosing. We settled on the Azalea Inn and what a great choice it was! We were greeted upon check-in by Kolin. He and Kimberly were the two employees that we had daily interaction with. Both of them are the best! Courteous, knowledgeable and willing to do anything within their power to make our stay pleasant. We had a total of 8 people staying there for our wedding and each of us were equally impressed. Everything was taken care of for the wedding from the flowers to the officiant. Kolin even baked our wedding cake! Each morning, we had a delicious breakfast (Kimberly is a chef and Kolin is a pastry chef). In the late afternoon, there was complimentary wine and cheese/crackers. Later on in the evening, there was a freshly baked pastry which was equally delicious. The entire inn is beautiful and the grounds are well kept. I could go on and on but I think you get the point. This place is #1 in our book and we plan on going back next year to celebrate our anniversary,
5 on September 17, 2012
This is a beautiful Inn. My husband and I stay in the Live Oak Canopy room and we felt so pampered. All the rooms are luxurious (yes we took a sneak peak !). Breakfasts are great and oh the desserts are sooooo yummy! The best tip I can give anyone reading this...don't delay..reserve a room at this Inn today and discover how wonderful this Inn and Savannah truly are!
5 on September 13, 2012
The Azalea was perfect as a venue for beginning my new marriage. We were treated to so much, and were so spoiled, it was hard to come back to reality! The staff is so warm, the food amazing, and I especially love the decadence of the courtyard pool. Also a perfect place to end up after a day of walking around Savannah, where you can put your feet up, enjoy sherry and late night tyreats, and relax with yourself or other guests, all of whom we really liked. Love the Azalea!
5 on September 03, 2012
We loved it and we will be back. Stunning home, 5-star service, most comfortable beds of any B&B or hotel I've ever stayed in, and gourmet breakfast and treats. If you're looking for a B&B to set the standard for all others, this is the place to stay. And oh yeah: Joey the Yorkie!
4.8 on August 28, 2012
All the best of bed and breakfasts with all the modern perks as well. Lush bedding, great modern bathrooms, beautiful grounds. The quality of the Inn is only exceeded by the quality of guests...really the best surprise was meeting some extraordinary people. The sit down, over-the-top breakfast and evening drinks and bites are true gatherings. A wonderful experience--you may not leave the Inn.
5 on August 18, 2012
This charming yellow Savannah Bed and Breakfast welcomes you from the outside gardens of georgeous plants and flowers to the inside decor and furnishings. They have a special greeter named Joey (a 4 lb. Yorkie) who makes all guests feel special. Teresa and Jake and their staff have created such an atmosphere of home away from home , you can't help , but relax.. They can give you any info and guidence to the beauty and historical value of the city as well as the fun side. When not touring the sights enjoy the fish pond , swimming pool and chaise lounges and the individual eating areas on the deck. The gourmet breakfasts are something for "TOP CHEF" as are the appetizers, wine and deserts served later . The beds are so comfortable you don't want to get up . They have games and videos and books for those rainy days as well as TV and Wifi. I cannot encourage everyone enough to treat themselves by sharing some time with Teresa and Jake at the Azalea Inn and Garden.
5 on August 10, 2012
My wife and I stayed for two nights at the Azalea Inn on our first trip to Savannah. We couldn't have picked a nicer place to stay! Kimberly was especially helpful in setting us up with a guided tour which we took on the first day of our visit. Since the Azalea is also within walking distance of most of the major attractions in the city, we walked on the second day. Having started off the day with an awesome breakfast of cremed eggs, bacon and fresh baked muffins were were fortified for sightseeing! Upon our return that evening there were homemade cupcakes to munch on! The staff of Teresa, Kimberely, Kolin and my bacon eating partner in crime Joey, were all immensely personable, possessed great senses of humor and helpful with whatever we requested. It is often said that first impressions are the most important. The Azalea Inn and Gardens was our first impression of Savannah. We will definitely return and we will stay at the Azalea Inn.
5 on August 06, 2012
We had a wonderful stay at the Azalea Inn! Our room, the Forsythe, was very romantic and the sheets were so comfy! We loved coming back to the Inn after a day of touring to take a quick dip in the pool and then a relaxing nap in the afternoon thunder showers. Our breakfast was amazing and it was so nice to have nightly treats! Thank you Teresa and staff for a great anniversary experience.
4.6 on August 06, 2012
My husband and I spent four nights and would HIGHLY recommend. Kim was just outstanding she allowed us to change rooms as my husband had an issue with his back and the stairs presented a problem for him. DO NOT miss the breakfasts or evenings goodies they were wonderful! We took an evening walk to compensate the additional weight we were putting on. Thank you again for a lovely stay! Holly & Barry
5 on July 21, 2012
My (new) husband and I just stayed at the Azalea Inn for two nights of our honeymoon and we have nothing but good memories! The place is absolutely gorgeous! We stayed in the Forsyth Room and the pictures were misleading in a good way! We thought it was going to be a little smaller but it was actually a nice sized room. The bed is HEAVEN! The sheets feel like butter and even the duvet was so comfortable! We didn't want to get out of bed in the morning, but good thing we did because breakfast was FANTASTIC every morning! We were spoiled with grits souffle and ricotta quiche and other goodies throughout the day, it was splendid! There was even a mini fridge downstairs where you could have pop or water and popcorn, as well as movies and books to borrow! The pool was a blessing on those hot days and we took full advantage. The staff was all lovely and accommodating and we will be sure to stay there on our next visit to Savannah!
5 on July 10, 2012
My wife and I chose Savannah for its historical sights and romantic charm. Azalea Inn was the perfect stay for us. The room was pristine and the bed sheets were the most comfortable we have ever slept on. The breakfast each morning was fantastic along with the nightly homemade sweets left for us when we returned from dinner. The entire staff was extremely courteous and friendly, as well as full of insightful information in regards to local attractions and dining, which made our stay very enjoyable. We will definitely be returning for a second stay!
5 on July 03, 2012
Being from Louisiana the Azalea Inn and Gradens made since for us. When we arrived we were even more impressed than from what we had seen in the pictures. It is perfectly located to all things to do in Savannah. The staff was just awesome, even Joey (a.k.a. Biscuit), their little dog. Anything we needed they took care of it, all of their recommendations were spot on. The Inn and gardens where beautiful, you are in town, but you had the feeling that you were all alone. Inn was very clean, well maintained, and everything you could ask for. Parking was great. Pool is beautiful. You will not be disappointed.
4.4 on June 29, 2012
Though we live a short distant from Savannah a night away from our 2 year old was just the ticket...those that have a 2 year old will attest to a night away is pure heaven!..we had every intention of a night on the town, however once at the Azalea Inn, we never left! The pool which is rare at a b&b was perfect, the balcony attached to our room was great, the happy hour delicious and scrumptious. After happy hour we ended in the parlor with a bottle of wine and a scrabble board (where I soundly trounced my wife) and then the deserts came and by then there was no going out. Back to our room and a very comfortable bed and the sheets are to die for! As an early riser I went downstairs where great coffee greeted me along with the morning paper, the smell of breakfast and an adorable yorkie, who did not leave my lap (as long as I was petting him)...though I thought I was special, I guess that he does this to every guy who get's up early. Breakfast was incredible, the morning shower, hot and strong and our checkout was pleasant and friendly. If you haven't guessed by now we will return often All the best, The Thompson's
4.2 on June 15, 2012
We very much enjoyed our stay and had excellent accommodations and food. But be aware that they do not accept Bed and Breakfast.com gift certificates :( Just a bit misleading since it is advertised through the B&B.com site.
4.8 on June 13, 2012
Anyone who travels to Savannah and doesn't stay at one of its beautiful inns needs their head examined! The problem is, Savannah has so many inns that choosing can seem an insurmountable task. I planned our honeymoon so I was a bit nervous every time we arrived at a new place - Would it be as good as the website promised? Would my (new) wife like it? One look at the Azalea when we pulled up outside and I knew I'd made the right choice. We stayed in the Gentlemen's Parlour, which was just perfect. A big comfy bed, a nice powerful shower, even a DVD player (we normally never even turn on the TV while travelling but couldn't resist borrowing Midnight in the Garden of Good & Evil from the Inn's collection to watch when we came home stuffed full of she-crab soup one evening). Its Oriental decor was something different while at the same time fitting in perfectly with the eccentric details to be found elsewhere at the Inn (see the murals in the dining room!). The staff were both friendly and helpful. Erin prepared and served our breakfast daily (we chose to eat outside by the pool - it was shaded which meant we got all the warmth without the sunburn) and also recommended dinner options (she suggested The Pink House, which turned out to be the meal of the honeymoon). Teresa, the owner, was also very helpful in making suggestions for what we should do while in town. The location was great too - we parked our car in their lot and didn't go back to it once during our stay, it was so easy to walk everywhere we wanted from the Inn. I wouldn't hesitate to recommend the Azalea to anyone visiting Savannah, and if we're ever lucky enough to return to that beautiful town we'll surely be returning to this beautiful Inn.
5 on June 06, 2012
My husband and I stayed here memorial day weekend when Tropical Storm Beryl hit. However even with it pouring rain out, it was so nice to be snuggled up here. Our room was the gentleman's parlor and we loved it. The little details added up with fantastic sheets, awesome towels and the room was so old country loved it with the crown molding around the windows and ceiling was breath taking. The staff was so nice and the food was amazing! Highly recommend and ..They have a pool!!
5 on May 30, 2012
Over a number of years, we have stayed at many B&Bs. We think the Azalea Inn & Gardens may be our favorite. Located on one block from the Historic District, we were pleased that the trolley drivers knew where it was and picked us up for our trolley tour. A lot of love and care went into the restoration on this B&B. The main dining room has a mural painted on the wall that depicts the history of Savannah. Upon close investigation, you will find faces that you will recognize. From our second story room, we had an excellent view of the pool which is surounded by a carefully attended botanical garden. Our bedroom was large and beautiful. We were pleased with the imagination and variety of the breakfasts, and the wine, cheese and crackers in the afternoon as well. Teresa was a wonderful host and we found the quality of the guests to be in keeping with the quality of the Inn. We spent the first two days of a ten day trip at the Azalea Inn and the only complaint we have is that we enjoyed the stay so much, the rest of the trip was a bit of a "let down." We would heartily recommend this be your home away from home in Savannah. Margaret and Wayne Arrington, Dallas, Texas
5 on May 28, 2012
My best friend and I took a 3 day trip to Savannah and stayed in the Carriage House on the 2nd floor and it was fabulous. We each had our own room and shared a bath. We had our own balcony where you can sit and drink coffee in the mornings. The food was outstanding as well as the service. Even when we called to get them to send a Taxi because we got stuck out in the rain. I can't wait to go back.
5 on May 06, 2012
We just finished a three-day stay at the Azalea Inn and loved it! The room (Chinaberry Balcony) was lovely and had the added quirk of a balcony accessed by ducking through the window (because doors were taxed when the Inn was first built). The staff was very friendly and helpful (especially Kimberly) and the little touches were extra special....like coffee, tea, sodas or water available anytime of the day or night; sherry in the parlor in the evening along with the nightly cookie or dessert - always delicious! The breakfasts were exceptional - which is, of course, one of the main reasons we go to B&Bs. The location was quiet but within easy walking distance of most of the historic district - and it's air conditioned! Restaurant and tour recommendations were right on! We will definitely return to the Azalea Inn!
5 on April 29, 2012
I took my daughter to Savannah in celebration of her 20th birthday. Our stay at the Azalea Inn and Gardens exceeded my expectations in every aspect. Before our arrival, Kimberly made dinner reservations for us and she and Teresa made wonderful recommendations regarding restaurants and tours. (These suggestions were excellent.) We were greeted by Teresa and she and Joey gave us a tour of the inn. Our room was immaculate. The bed was so comfortable, the water pressure in the shower was perfect. We had a lovely balcony and enjoyed delicious appetizers on it before going out to dinner. When we came back for the evening, the desserts were awesome! Each day was started off with breakfast that was a culinary delight. The entire staff made us feel so welcome, the inn so charming and cozy, that it was with effort that we left for our day of sightseeing. There was so much of this lovely city that we did not get a chance to see, our visit at this inn so outstanding, that we decided to return here next year. We were made to feel so comfortable and welcome that this was truly a home away from home!
5 on April 02, 2012
Teresa and the rest of the staff at Azalea Inn and Gardens ensured that my boyfriend and I enjoyed the most relaxing, comfortable, and elegant stay during a very boisterous weekend in Savannah (St. Patrick's Day weekend). Azalea's location is outstanding (steps away from Forsyth Park, walking distance to the riverfront); the breakfasts and nightly desserts (not to mention the complimentary wine & cheese each evening) are delicious; and the property itself, including the guest rooms, is beautiful. We felt right at home and can't wait until our next visit.
4.6 on March 13, 2012
Had a wonderful stay at Azalea Inn and Gardens. The rooms were beautiful and very clean. The staff were very helpful and knowledgable. The breakfasts and evening treats were over the top delicious. Would definitely go back.
4.8 on March 05, 2012
This is a comfortable B and B. The staff and service are excellent. The food is outstanding. It is a pleasant walk to the river district.
4.0 on February 27, 2012
I have stayed at the Azalea on three occasions and love it. The innkeepers are very friendly and helpful. Another advantage of staying at this lovely inn is the off street parking. Parking an be difficult in Savannah, but if you stay at the Azalea, you can leave your car there and easily walk to almost anywhere that you want to go - museums, restaurants, historic houses and parks. We stay there for the garden tour and for the Savannah Book Festival and are already looking forward to our next visit.
5 on February 19, 2012
There is only one way to express our experience with Azalea Inn and Gardens......WONDERFUL! From the service, to the rooms, to the atmosphere this is really a TOTAL PACKAGE for any and every reason to stay. Thank you so much for making our experience such a memory of a life time.
5 on January 30, 2012
Everything about our stay was wonderful! All of the staff were very helpful & offered great dinner recommendations. We arrived on our first night just in time for happy hour. It was nice to enjoy wine & appetizers with other guests. The location is great & there is plenty of parking. We were able to walk to everything. The breakfasts were great. My husband loved that they gave him a second plate of food each morning & the sweets they had out during the day. We stayed in the Sweet Olive room on the 1st floor, which had a little balcony over looking the pool. The linens were amazing! Teresa & all of the staff made us feel at home & we loved little Joey! We would definitely like to return again soon.
5 on January 08, 2012
We stayed in the Cotton Exchange room between Christmas and New Years. The Inn goes above and beyond any expectation- They provide alot of extras not found at other inns to name one- the fresh baked dessert each evening at 8 pm. The Inn was welcoming, confortable and helpful. Great location with great parking lot. Our room was fabulous and I highly recommend this Inn to anyone traveling to Savannah.
4.8 on January 03, 2012
We stayed in September 2011, and the Inn was definitely one of the highlights of our weekend trip. Everything was so wonderful. We felt like a member of the family! I would highly recommend!
5 on December 21, 2011
WENT TO THE IN BEFORE CHRISTMAS FOR A LITTLE BREAK FROM THE HOLIDAY MADNESS' WE HAD A WONDERFUL TIME ANDTHE STAFF AT THE INN WERE FANTASTIC. WE WOULD GO BACK AGAIN IN A HEART BEAT. THANK YOU TERESA
5 on December 18, 2011
Recently spent 8 days at the Azalea Inn & Gardens. The accommodations were excellent, the staff very helpful, professional and friendly. The food was the best I had in Savannah. Would highly recommend this B & B to anyone. Hope to return someday soon!
5 on December 17, 2011
Have gone on numerous occasions and have never been disappointed in the least. The rooms are beautiful, the location is great and the entire staff is so friendly and outgoing ----- for me it is home away from home.
4.8 on December 14, 2011
I took my 13-year-old daughter for a overnight trip to Savannah hoping to help instill a love of history in her by visiting that beautiful and historical city. We easily found the Azalea Inn following their directions and were so pleasantly surprised when we walked up on the porch. It felt like we were coming back to our own home. We were met at the door by the resident Yorkie. Such a cute little guy. He made our stay even more wonderful by coming into our room and hanging out. Of course my daughter LOVED that! The food was amazing! Wonderful Southern breakfast and even a picnic packed for us to take with us for lunch. We will most definitely stay again and again.
4.4 on December 13, 2011
My husband and I stayed at the Azalea Inn for our 6th anniversary. My husband had never been to Savannah, and I had been once before when I was in high school. We stayed in the Gentlemen's Parlor, which I would not recommend for a honeymooning couple but worked just fine for us - it's right next to the front door and across from the sitting area & dining room, so it got a little noisy sometimes. If we're ever in Savannah again, we will definitely stay at the Azalea Inn but I think we'll ask for a room upstairs. The shower in our room was great and the sheets were absolutely amazing. Teresa shared some information with us on how to order them and I think we'll probably do just that - I just haven't gotten around to doing it yet, as we're currently busily getting our house ready for the spring arrival of our little one. The food was absolutely incredible and the grounds were lovely! The walk to River Street didn't take as long as I'd expected and was very enjoyable, as we passed through many of the historic squares and got to see a lot of great little shops. River Street, of course, was great! I loved the front porch, and Joey kept everyone entertained. The other folks staying at the same time were friendly and we enjoyed talking to them over breakfast. We've stayed at 3 B&B's, but this is the first where everyone ate together at one table, and I think I liked it. :) Overall, would definitely recommend.
5 on November 22, 2011
It was a very romantic and enjoyable stay with at the Azalea Inn & Gardens. We were very pleased with the privacy of pool cottage. The hosts were always attentive and the food was delicious. Thanks for making our stay so fantastic. We look forward to the return.
5 on October 17, 2011
There is truly no place like home except for the Azalea Inn in Savannah, GA. All of the staff is completely fabulous! They interact with you and treat as if you are their family making sure that you have the best experience when you come to Savannah. The food at the Inn is absolutely delicious starting with breakfast proceeding to the afternoon treats on the sideboard to the wine, fruit and cheese each evening. The Inn is a beautiful Victorian home and each room is beautiful. The bedding is so comfortable that you can't wait to get back to the inn to tuck in for the night. Teresa, the owner, is a lovely and endearing person that brings out the best in everyone she meets. She makes you feel as though you have known her for a lifetime. The Azalea Inn turned my husband into an avid bed and breakfast guy...we have made the Azalea Inn and Savannah a number one destination each year when we plan our vacations.
4.8 on October 10, 2011
Two of my girlfriends and I travelled to Savannah for a girls’ weekend getaway, and the Azalea Inn was one of the highlights of our visit. The atmosphere, food, and staff made for the perfect accommodations! The inn is a gem with the warmth of a historic home and hospitality of a bed and breakfast, but the private bathrooms, luxurious bed linens, and quietness of the inn lend to a very comfortable place to stay. We also thoroughly enjoyed time relaxing in the lovely garden by the pool. We experienced the inn as a very well maintained and updated historic house. While some other reviewers on this site complained about the location/neighborhood of the Azalea Inn, I would like to remind readers that Savannah is a city and one of its unique characteristics is its socioeconomic and racial diversity throughout the city. Admittedly, the inn is a bit of a walk (20 mins) from some main attractions, but it is a beautiful walk through the neighborhoods so thoroughly enjoyable. We experienced the food to be beyond our expectations. All of the food we had the privilege to eat was delicious and clearly homemade – breakfast, evening appetizers, and the sweet treat waiting for us at the end of our days. (And, Teresa and her staff happily shared the recipes for us to make at home to remind us of our wonderful time in Savannah!) The staff was welcoming, warm, and friendly. They provided us with wonderful suggestions for “must not miss” restaurants, tours, and attractions aside from the typical tour book recommendations and their suggestions enhanced our visit to Savannah. If/when I return to Savannah, I will return to the Azalea Inn!
5 on October 07, 2011
The rooms were nice and clean and people were very sweet! The food and dessert was awesome very peaceful!
4.6 on September 26, 2011
This is a great bed and breakfast in a great city. The location is wonderful and the service and cleanliness were amazing.
4.0 on September 18, 2011
My husband and I spent our 33rd Anniversary weekend at the Azalea Inn and Gardens and LOVED it! It was our 1st time at a B&B...we don't want to stay at a hotel anymore! The special treatment and space that you have at a B&B is wonderful! Teresa and the staff were absolutely wonderful! The food was delicious and the Inn was clean. We loved the extra special treatment we received...one was the recognition of our Anniversary! We loved meeting the other guest too. We will be returning to the Azalea Inn and Gardens as soon as we can!
5 on September 15, 2011
This is a lovely place for a relaxing getaway. Teresa and Jake are very gracious hosts who clearly take pride in their wonderful home. Exceptionally clean and charming, and the breakfasts were delicious and unique, delicious snacks and wines where available every evening. We'll be back! Phillip & Karoline,
4.6 on September 15, 2011
We had never stayed at a bed and breakfast, but decided on the Azalea Inn for our elopement. We loved it. Sure, the house is older!!!! But it has character and history. I love the dining area with all it's paintings on the wall. Breakfast felt like a gourmet experience and it was fun having conversations with the other visitors there. We enjoyed it because the service we recieved was outstanding and we felt loved there! Our simple ceremony was great, better than I ever imagined. We will definitely be going back. -The Finger Family
5 on September 02, 2011
"Azalea Inn & Gardens was a terrific place to stay. Warm and inviting best describes it. The staff attention to detail and responsiveness to individual guests made it special for our 25th wedding anniversary. We will definitely return.".
4.8 on August 22, 2011
We had an AWESOME time! From the moment we walked in until the minute we checked out, we were treated special! The rooms are quaint and comfortable. The hospitality is top notch and the food is amazing! There is a garden oasis in the back with a pool. I forgot my swimsuit - make sure to bring yours. After a day of walking and site seeing, it would have been perfect to swim! Each afternoon we were treated to wine, cheese and various fruits. A homemade dessert was waiting for us each night when we returned from dinner! YUM-O! At breakfast there were different couples daily and it was fun to compare where we had been and make suggestions on where to go next. I think we made the right choice by staying two nights, one would just not have been enough. We were within walking distance to most places we wanted to go. We chose to drive to dinner b/c of the heat and the time of night we ate, but we were really centrally located. All in all, we had an amazing time. It was a perfect weekend get away for two in the sweetest town of Savannah! We will be back FOR SURE!
4.6 on August 18, 2011
Watch out travelers, with little Joey on watch, this place is a great place to call home when visiting Savannah. Awesome staff, great breakfast, and comforts abound!
5 on August 12, 2011
We had the most wonderful time in this beautiful place. Teresa is a charming, down to earth hostess. We loved it and plan to be back!
5 on August 05, 2011
The accomodations are a wonderful compliment to the majestic southern city of Savannah. The hosts go out of their way to make you feel welcome and find your way around the city. I highly recommend the Azalea Inn to anyone looking for a special place to stay.
4.8 on July 23, 2011
What a fabulous stay! Great food, people, home and experience.
5 on July 21, 2011
Great bed and breakfast. Wonderful staff, beautiful rooms and the food was amazing. We plan to visit again.
4.4 on July 21, 2011
We planned our "ladies" week away and were so pleased with our choice of a Bed & Breakfast. At the Azalea Inn, Teresa and her staff were delightful. We felt as if we were sitting in our living room and chatting with company. The Inn was beautifully decorated and was warm and inviting. The breakfast were amazing! Something new and delicious each day. After our wonderful meal, we headed out on walking and touring the historic district. After a day in the Savannah hot weather, we came back to wine and appetizers and a cool dip in the pool. It was just the thing we needed to get ready for a fabulous dinner at local restaurants. We look forward to visiting again.
5 on July 11, 2011
We had such a wonderful time at Azalea Inn! This was our first B&B experience and it was certainly a positive one. We are now looking into staying at B&B's for some of our other vacation destinations because of our great experience at Azalea Inn! We highly recommend this Inn for anyone looking to experience Savannah. The Inn is conveniently located with off-street parking. The food was great, the staff was very accommodating, and the entire experience was exceptional!
5 on July 10, 2011
We chose the Azalea Inn & Gardens as the destination for our elopement wedding in July. Teresa and her staff were wonderful as they worked to ensure every detail for our special day was perfect and it was! Our room was the Cotton Exchange and it was amazing. We recommend Azalea Inn & Gardens to anyone looking for the total B & B experience.
5 on July 05, 2011
I was pleasantly surprised at how amazing this Inn really was! I read all the raving reviews and they were dead on. The staff is extremely helpful and accomodating. It was our first B&B experience, so we didn't know how it would work and they were very helpful. The rooms were gorgeous- very unique and comfortable. I had a great time peeking in the other rooms to see their individual personalities when they were being cleaned! The pool in the backyard was truly a "retreat" and was a great way to relax in the afternoon and hang out with Teresa (one of the innkeepers!). The breakfast was completely shocking at how tasty it was. The food was unbelievably tasty and we couldn't wait to see the next day's creation! Little Joey, the sweetest little Yorkie, would float around downstairs and greet us, which was a wonderful surprise when I was missing my own "children"! Also, the location is absolutely perfect. A funny story: the sheets were to die for soft and I kept raving about them to my hubby. When I finally mentioned to the front desk staff how much I loved them he just smiled and mentioned that they could be special ordered and that a few people a week do it! So of course I had to place an order. But that just goes to show how some of the smallest things can be so important! Overall, I recommend this B&B hands-down to anyone. Kelly and Andrew T.
5 on June 24, 2011
A great B&b with very friendly,attentive staff and wonderful accommodations. Location is perfect for wonderful easily-walked stay in Savannah. Breakfasts were delicious and enough to keep you going for hours.
5 on May 16, 2011
From the minute we walked in the owners and staff at the Azalea Inn and Gardens made us feel at home. With the soft beds, quiet outside space and fabulous food my mother and I couldn't have asked for a better place to celebrate our 40th and 70th birthdays. The breakfast was gourmet, but hearty and the evening dessert was sublime. If I can escape without children again I would head for the Azalea Inn and Gardens in a minute.
4.4 on May 09, 2011
we were invited by our daughter in law to celebrate our sons birthday at the azealea inn and gardens. being new to B&B's we did not know what to expect. our time was pleasanty made our three days very delightful. though the breakfasts were not what we normally would eat, it turned out to fantastic. we found the owners and the staff very hospitable. would not mind staying there if we are ever in savannah. thanks to all the staff. arnold and barbara.
5 on May 06, 2011
My partner and I just shared a fabulous romantic getaway at Azalea Inn & Gardens. Teresa, the owner, and her staff were exceptional and provided a wealth of information upon our arrival about Savannah. We stayed in one of the larger king suites which had a king-size bed, en suite bath, jacuzzi, fireplace and separate sitting room with views of the pool and garden. It was like staying in a private antebellum home with a bit of the Ritz thrown in; the furnishings, bedding, robes and linen were to die for. The Inn was in a great location, close to all the historic attractions but far enough away from the large tourist hotels. Homemade breakfast was served by the staff on a large mahogany table in a lovely dining room. Plenty of privacy in the individual suites but great interaction with the other guests at breakfast. Lots of interesting couples who willingly shared their experiences in Savannah. We drove to Savannah and were thrilled to find plenty of secure parking (free of charge) immediately adjacent to the Inn. The pool and garden at the back of the Inn were lovely; a rare amenity at a Savannah B & B; one of the things that set the Inn apart from other B & Bs when we made our selection. We would have loved to have had more time to relax at the pool and sip a glass of wine. We will definitely go back. The service, accommodations and amenities were excellent quality for value. We highly recommend staying at the Inn for a romantic getaway.
5 on May 03, 2011
My friend and I stayed at the Azalea Inn and Gardens from April 14-17, 2011. We stayed in the Garden Cottage Second Floor which has 2 rooms. It is very rare to find a bed and breakfast with 2 rooms and this was absolutely perfect for us since this was a girls getaway. (We left the hubbies at home.) Both rooms were very spacious and the bathroom we shared was large enough for us both. (I also have to mention the sheets on the bed, it was like sleeping on silk. I enjoyed them so much I ordered a set for my home.) The mini refrigerator, micro and coffee maker in the hallway was an added bonus. Having coffee on the porch outside our room in the morning was very nice before going into the main house for the wonderful breakfast that Teresa and her staff had prepared for us. After walking the afternoon away it was a real treat to come back to wine and appetizers. We would take our wine and snacks outdoors and cool our feet off in the pool, then off to do some more walking and shopping. When we would return in the evening there was a delicious homemade dessert waiting for us. We would take our dessert to the front porch with a cup of coffee or hot chocolate and enjoy sitting in the rocking chairs and chatting with other guests as they returned home from their dinner. This was my first experience at a bed and breakfast and I am so happy that we chose The Azalea Inn. The entire staff was exceptional, Teresa even arranged for a taxi to pick us up on the day of our departure. I would not hesitate to stay here again if I ever have the pleasure of returning to this marvelous city. P.S. I can't forget Joey.....he was so sweet I wanted to put him in my carry on!
5 on April 28, 2011
The innkeeper herself is a match for any quit whitted mind, delightful, positive and upper level personality. Anyone can enjoy her and her beautiful B&B. The place is lovely and caters to diet and climate control. Just ask and you will receive!!
4.2 on April 12, 2011
A beautiful house & landscape with exceptional food. Especially enjoyed the tasty treats after being out at night. Good location near the stunning Forsyth Park and just far enough away from the touristy areas downtown. While the room (Magnolia) seemed rather small, the large balcony made up for it. Joey was definitely the star of the house, I wanted to take him home with me!
5 on April 04, 2011
We loved our stay at Azalea Inn and Gardens. The room was wonderful, the inn is lovely, the breakfast is excellent and the snacks, wine and cheese were perfect. I love the Gevalia coffee maker available 24/7 for coffee whenever I want. Also, the location is excellent, close to the Forsyth Park and a nice walk to the riverfront and downtown area. It was nice and quiet. We're looking forward to going back.
4.8 on April 04, 2011
we wanted somewhere in the historic area where we could use as a bse t walk , Azalea was ideal , lovely hosts ( including Joey the dog) and tasty breakfasts
5 on March 30, 2011
Although we could only stay one night, this was the best experience we could have imagined. The innkeeper, Kolin, was so helpful, polite, and interesting. The room was absolutely lovely and even had a little balcony which was perfect for a late night glass of wine. The breakfast was delicious. We can't wait to go back and stay longer.
5 on March 03, 2011
It's been a while since my husband and I stayed at a b&b and we couldn't have chosen a better place to renew our acquaintance with this wonderful way to travel. Everything was exceptional (including the weather and a book festival being held in Savannah). The inn and our room were both beautiful and well maintained. We particularly enjoyed the private balcony that was accessed through the window. The hospitality and food were also amazing and the staff bent over backwards to accommodate our requests. We met some other wonderful travelers (including an author from the book festival) and came home contented after a terrific two-night stay.
4.4 on February 27, 2011
My husband and I were looking for a romantic Inn to spend a weekend in Savannah for our 11th wedding anniversary. We looked online for a while before booking at the Azalea Inn and Gardens. We called to make the booking and were immediately impressed with Kolin who helped us through the process. Once the booking was taken, we had several follow up e-mails as confirmation, including a list of suggested and recommended restaurants in the area. This made it a lot easier for us to pick somewhere for a celebratory meal in the area. Great suggestions made! Upon arrival we were very impressed. The Inn is very impressive with a great front porch and garden. It's just how you imagine an old Savannah home to be. Our room was lovely, with a great big balcony to sit and relax on. Each afternoon and evening, they had special treats available in the dining room. The espresso shortcake brownie bars were AMAZING! Be sure to check out whatever is on offer, you won't be dissapointed. We had breakfast in bed and were impressed with the delicious homecooked offerings. Great place, great staff, great food, can highly recommend the Azalea Inn and Gardens!
4.2 on February 09, 2011
My fiance (now husband) and I chose the Azalea Inn for their "elopement package" and could not have been more thrilled with the entire experience. Theresa and the staff were wonderful from start to finish, and were more than accomodating for our small ceremony. The inn itself is just stunning, and the decor makes you feel like you've stepped back in time. The breakfasts Theresa prepared were simply delicious, and Joey, the "house pup" was the cutest thing we've ever seen. The unique rooms, fantastic beds and linens, and comfy robes were just icing on the cake. We cannot wait to return to celebrate an anniversary, or anytime we can make it back!
5 on January 01, 2011
Thanks a million to everyone at Azalea Inn! You took care of our every need, made wonderful breakfasts and desserts (we're inspired to make poached eggs after tasting yours!) and our family guests were welcome, which meant so much to us, being far from home for Christmas. We were cozy, amazed at the attention you gave to details, and we'll be back!
5 on December 19, 2010
My husband and I got away for our 8th anniversary and we couldnt have asked for a better place to stay. The room was wonderful, service excellent and the food.....unbelieveably wonderful!!! We miss Joey already! Thank You!
5 on November 17, 2010
The staff is so very friendly and attentive, the inn is beautiful and the location is superb! Thank you! We can't wait to make another trip back to your inn!
4.0 on November 15, 2010
My husband and I resently spent our 25th wedding annivesary at Azealea Inn and it was absolutely wonderful. The Inn is beautiful and so convenient for walks to Fosyth park and any where else. Terasa the Inn keeper is wonderful and all the staff was so gracious. The food was fantastic and the atmoshere was very relaxing. But, my fondest memory will always be Joey the little tiny yorkie that was so sweet and friendly.
5 on November 01, 2010
First time in a B&B and WOW!!! I can't imagine anyone needing more than this. We are definitely going back to spend more time in Savannah & at the Azalea Inn. We have been in the best of hotels which has everyone at your beck & call, but this had all of that plus a real home feel. I stood in the kitchen with the owner and chatted while she fixed flowers for the rooms. The people at breakfast were interesting and fun. The inn was absolute platinum!!! I can't wait to go back!!!
5 on October 30, 2010
My husband and I spent two nights at the Azalea Inn. Wish we had stayed longer. The staff was friendly and helpful. Teresa went as far as sharing the recipe for her delicious cookies. The room was clean and cozy. We thoroughly enjoyed the breakfast and snacks. If you are going to Savannah, the Azalea Inn is definitely the place to stay. You have to meet "Joey". He will steal your heart.
4.8 on October 29, 2010
We met my sister and brother in law in Savannah for our second visit there and their first. The Azalea Inn and Gardens was the perfect place for us. We enjoyed the delicious breakfasts (with conscientious attention to my vegetarian diet) and wonderful hors d'oeuvres in the evening. The Live Oak Room was the perfect place to enjoy our evening wine and discuss our day's adventures in Savannah. Teresa makes you feel like you are visiting with friends, and Joey, the Yorkie is the best antidote to missing pets left at home. Next time in Savannah I will definitely stay here and participate in the ghost tours!
4.6 on October 28, 2010
We, a family of 4 from Denmark, enjoyed very much our stay. We met great hospitality, it was very interesting talking with Teresa. She could tell us about the town, places to go. Of course you could expect that in many hotels, but we felt it more personal here and we learned a lot about Savannah. Breakfast, meeting americans from different places was very interesting for us, Wonderful with wine and snacks in the afternoon. Compared to other places we stayed, in our 3 weeks journey, the price was a bit high.
5 on October 16, 2010
My husband and I have stayed at the Azalea Inn the last three times that we visited Savannah. It is absolutely the Best Bed and Breakfast that we have stayed in. It is a beautiful home. The owner and all of her staff truly make our experience wonderful in every way from delicious breakfasts, luxury linens, delightful sweets throughout the day, the afternoon wine and cheese social to the wonderful and helpful staff. We refer to the inn as our home away from home. We have met people from different states and countries. The laid back atmosphere allows you to feel right at home and is very conducive to afternoon naps. I would highly reccommend the Azalea Inn to any of my friends and family. Kim, Hendersonville, TN
5 on October 04, 2010
My husband and I recently stayed here for our 9th Anniversary and had a wonderful stay! Joey stole our hearts and Teresa and the other staff were so nice, friendly and a lot of fun to talk to! Breakfasts were fabulous and the wine/cheese hour and late night treats were delicious! We had a great stay and would love to stay there again in the near future! The room was beautiful and very charming - we would recommend this B & B to anyone considering a trip to Savannah.
5 on September 28, 2010
What a wonderful stay my wife and I had at Azalea Inn and Gardens. The swim in the pool was very refreshing and every breakfast fresh and scrumptious. Teresa the innkeeper and her staff were fantastic. They found out we did not drink alcohol and had a classy Italian Soda for us to enjoy during the wine and cheese hour. That was very thoughtful and showed great personal touch. When we think Savannah we will always think of Teresa and the Azalea Inn and Gardens.
4.8 on September 27, 2010
My mom and I just stayed at the Azalea Inn for 2 nights and completely fell in love! Everything from the decor to the service to the food was breathtaking - especially the FOOD! Breakfasts were hearty, creative, and made from the freshest ingredients (homemade cranberry white-chocolate scones? yum!). Every staff member we met was warm, gracious, and eager to help in any way they could, and the decor truly made you feel like you were stepping back in time. The only downside we saw (if you could even call it that) would be the location - it's a bit of a walk to the more bustling downtown area, but after those breakfasts and all the other delicious yet heavy food you find in Savannah, it was actually a blessing in disguise to be able to do a little extra walking! We look forward to our next visit!
4.6 on September 23, 2010
We thoroughly enjoyed our 6-day visit at Azalea Inn. The innkeepers and staff could not have been more pleasant, enjoyable or accommodating. It felt like they were a part our family by the time we left. The breakfast meals, afternoon wine and hors d' oeuvres and the evening sweets were a joy to the eye, palate and soul. The rooms, including the common areas, were tastefully decorated in a Southern style, comfortable, cozy and clean -- and what a glorious outdoor courtyard and pool! With all that was included, the inn is a great value! We have wonderful memories of our time at the inn and definitely want to go back again.
5 on August 31, 2010
Our arrival at the Azalea Inn included a very special anniversary welcome at the end of a hectic travel day thus assuring a perfect beginning to a most delightful and relaxing anniversary weekend in Savannah. Exemplary service began even before check-in and continued smoothly throughout our stay at this very special and most comfortable Savannah Bed and Breakfast. Proprietors Teresa & Jake along with Kolin (pastry chef), Rebecca, Elizabeth and all of the staff provided gracious service with wonderful southern style, charm and humor. The added values of outstanding cuisine and quality accommodations made this an especially memorable anniversary experience for us! The varied breakfasts were generous, creative and always fresh as were the daily “evening snacks” of sumptuous baked items from the Azalea Inn Kitchen. This Inn definitely stands out as a “must stay” for the most discerning culinary palates and for those of us that simply enjoy wonderful food creatively prepared and served. The comfortable accommodations were tidy, secure and relaxing. We enjoyed our room’s balcony and a Savannah Window in the quiet neighborhood setting which contributed to our evening rests and a nap or two during the day. The immediately adjacent free parking was another added value given the sometimes challenging parking in Savannah. Forsythe Park and surrounding areas can be reached via an easy walk and the recommended trolley company conveniently delivered us to and from the Inn during our stay. Local restaurant recommendations shared by Teresa and the staff were excellent. We want to thank Teresa, Jake, Joey and the entire Azalea Inn and Gardens staff for a wonderful stay in Savannah and for the many extra touches that made our anniversary a special one indeed. We would definitely return to stay with our new friends at the Azalea Inn and Gardens and will recommend this very special Bed and Breakfast to our many friends, family and first responder/public safety colleagues.
4.6 on August 15, 2010
This was my first time visiting the Savannah and I was not disappointed. My family and I were warmly received by Teresa and of course Joey the cute puppy. The rooms were very clean and I truly felt at home. The staff felt like old friends and the food was delicious. I will be returning!
4.6 on July 27, 2010
We are innkeepers ourselves taking our 1st vacation in 4 years. The staff at Azalea Inn were courteous, friendly and very helpful. They gave us the inside scoop on where to eat and what tours to take. I noticed at breakfast they even prepared special food for another guest who was gluten free. Every afternoon we spent some relaxing time at the pool accomponied by Joey, a cute little Yorkie. I would definetely recommend this to family and friends. In fact I already have!
4.6 on June 07, 2010
Savannah was one of the cities on my list of places to visit. I was not disappointed, partly due to the great Innkeepers and staff at Azalea Inn and Gardens. They were all very helpful in guiding me in the right direction for all my sightseeing and dining choices. The Inn itself was top rate and I felt like family. The pool and garden area was a hidden treasure, all the meals were delicious and the rooms were wonderful. Teresa was the ultimate host, even after the antics of a pesky squirrel who decided to chew through a power line, knocking out a transformer, which resulted in the loss of power to several blocks. This happened to be right a breakfast time. With her calm and collected demeanor, Teresa was able to serve a delicious breakfast without a hitch! If you ever visit, request her mouth watering scones!
5 on June 03, 2010
My husband and myself met my brother and sister in law in savannah for a visit that was put together by my husband for my birthday. Our stay was fabalous, everything was perfect and this will be where we will stay in Savannah from now on.
4.6 on May 24, 2010
A friend from high school and I decided to meet halfway for a girl's weekend. From the second I contacted the Azalea Inn the service was spectacular, and it never stopped! Teresa and her team fed us the most creative and delicious food, and supplied an endless flow of coffee, wine, snacks and mouth-watering desserts. They catered to our every request, even down to making dinner reservations for us, and notifying the restaurant of my dairy allergies! Who does that? The cottage we stayed in was sooooo comfortable, and the private patio so relaxing. We were able to walk to the city market and the river front in just a few short blocks. I could go on and on and on, but the best thing to do is experience this beautiful, charming and romantic inn for yourself. Whether for a girl's getaway or a special anniversary, you will love the Azalea Inn and Gardens and you'll never want to leave. We can't wait to get back and take our husbands. THANK YOU TERESA AND TEAM!
4.0 on May 04, 2010
Warm, welcoming and wonderful.....that was our immediate impression soon after we arrived there. When we left, our entire family group of 7, we all felt that we wanted to go back, and we will, as often as we can. Breakfast with Teresa (in perfect command of entertainment) felt like a comfortable family gathering around the table. Food was excellent. Staff was very likeable and helpful. We had a great and memorable time in Savannah, thanks to Azalea Inn.
3.8 on May 03, 2010
Our first visit to Savannah, we found the Inn to be beautifull and the staff helpful and friendly, willing to go the extra mile to make things work. The hosptality in the late afternoon (drinks and snacks), the breakfast and the constant availability of refreshments etc made it a very comfortable place to be.Tips on where to go and what to do, help in sourcing a local internet cafe ( a fun place in itself) were all greatly valued services. We would love to visit again and we will recommend it to friends who are thinking of visiting the Southern USA.
5 on April 26, 2010
My sister and I stayed at Azalea Inn in April for our annual sister trip. We were welcomed with warm smiles and easy chit chat. Our cottage (out by the pool) was wonderful complete with private patio area. The gardens made you want to go home and play in the dirt but instead I just went to my comfy bed and took a nap. The sweet house dog which really isn't a dog I believe he is in decise is just adorable. The breakfast always was very enjoyable and the staff always gave great advice on what to do with your day and where to eat. And for those of you with a sweet tooth there was always something sweet for you to enjoy. Overall this was a wonderful place to stay and I would go back as soon as I could.
4.8 on April 22, 2010
My mother and I came across this B&B when it was no longer feasible to stay with my sister while visiting Savannah. Wow- I wish we'd been staying at Azalea Inn from the start. ( Sorry sis!) Teresa and her staff are always attentive and friendly. And we love Joey, Teresa's Yorkie! Breakfast is amazing! We'll continue to book with Teresa whenever we're in town!
5 on April 18, 2010
We stayed at two different B&Bs during our one-week stay. My husband and I both agreed that this was the nicer of the two. Staff were readily available whenever we needed them and offered great ideas for things to do and placed to eat. Max and Joey (aka "The Greeting Committee") offered an extra special touch of home with their presence. The breakfasts were great and definitely something you would not get anywhere else. The wine and cheese hour and the desserts were fabulous, too. We stayed in the Magnolia room and loved the spacious balcony and beautiful view of the pool and gardens. Before we left, we were already talking about coming back. Wonderful stay!
4.0 on April 16, 2010
If you are looking for a place to realx and enjoy, Azalea Inn & Gardens is for you. The service is very personal and efficient. I felt like I had been on a real vacation when I arrived back home. The staff was friendly and very helpful. We enjoyed our social time with other vacationers during breakfast and the evening Hors D'ouvres hour.
4.0 on January 27, 2010
My wife and I celebrated our third anniversary at Azalea Inn and Gardens. We had a wonderful time there and would recomend it to anyone. The staff was great and the house was very cozy. The food and fellowship was very nice as well. There was not one request that Taresa and her staff acted as if they could not accomidate. Definately a place that we would go back to.
5 on January 12, 2010
We spent our 30th wedding anniversary at the Azalea Inn and we could not have been any more pleased. The breakfasts were excellent. The wine and cheese in the afternoon were supurb. The homemade treats at night were fantastic and the sherry provided in the parlor all day was and added treat. The room and Inn itself were just what you would expect in the old South. I can't say enough about the service, it was great--particularly Kimberly!!! Thank You Jane and Steve
5 on December 21, 2009
We arrived at the Azalea Inn on Friday evening late, but everything was so organized. We were able to get into the inn without a problem and when we got to our room, we were shocked. It was so beautiful and made us feel right at home. Staying on the first floor, we awoke to the smell of fresh brewed coffee and when we arrived for breakfast, Teresa greeted us with such a warm welcome. We loved our visit. Teresa assisted us with tourism information, dinner accommodations and it was such a relaxing weekend. This was truly a wonderful place to stay, meet new friends and enjoy a historic city. We will be back! Mark & Elisa Beachy Gainesville, FL
5 on December 10, 2009
Teresa, Jake, and Joey (the Yorkie) were right there to welcome us on Thanksgiving Day for dinner and a 3 day stay in Savannah. The food was fabulous. All the staff were very friendly and helpful in making reservations for us and suggesting things to do during our stay. Our room was just beautiful and the bed was extremely comfortable right down to the pillows and down comforter! The location for walking into "Old Town" was perfect, too. We've stayed in many B & B's, but this one ranks right up at the top of our list. We hope to return someday for a longer stay!
5 on December 04, 2009
My husband and I visited the Azalea Inn and Gardens for Thanksgiving this year and it was a most memorable, awesome, fun-filled, delightful and delicious experience. We had never stayed at a Bed & Breakfast and we are afraid that Teresa, Jake and their staff have spoiled us so badly that no other Inn could fulfill our expectations so we definitely plan to return. The rooms are immaculate, restful and relaxing. We had a full house for Thanksgiving and the food was unbelievable home cooking and hospitality. We really enjoyed the breakfast time and evening "Happy Hour" with the other guests and Savannah is a beautiful city full of history and architecture to visit. Thank you Azalea Inn!!! Rick and Ginny Pierce
4.8 on December 02, 2009
My husband and I decided to take a little weekend trip down to Savannah to celebrate his safe return from Iraq. We are VERY glad we picked the Azalea Inn!! Teresa and her staff were very gracious and accomodating - we truly felt at home!! We very much enjoyed Teresa's stories at breakfast, as well as her cooking! We will definitely be back!!
5 on December 01, 2009
We visited the Azalea Inn and Gardens for my Wife's birthday weekend. The Inn was fantastic and the Teresa and the rest of the staff couldn't have been nicer. The room was very beautiful and comfortable. Everyone went out of their way to be helpful and friendly. Even their adorable Dog Joey made sure our visit was wonderful. We would recommend it anyone and will most certainly stay there on our next visit to Savannah
5 on November 21, 2009
My husband and I celebrated our 20th wedding anniversary with a trip to Savannah. I wanted a special place to stay, and we were so happy that we chose the Azalea Inn and Gardens. Our room was beautiful and comfortable, and we had a lovely view of the gardens from our private balcony. The full breakfasts were delicious, and we enjoyed wine and hors d'oeuvre each evening before we went out to dinner, plus dessert and sherry when we returned to the inn. Teresa and the staff we so welcoming and helpful. The house is beautiful, and it was nice to stay in a quiet neighborhood in the Historic District. We were a short walk to the Riverfront and the city is very pedestrian friendly. One of the best parts of our stay was Joey, Teresa's 4 pound Yorkie dog who is the cutest, sweetest dog in Savannah! He greeted us each morning, and when we returned in the afternoons from our ventures, we took him into our room with us to relax. We will definitely stay at the Azalea Inn when we return to Savannah, and we highly recommend it to anyone looking for a special bed and breakfast.
5 on November 16, 2009
My husband and I met a dear friend in Savannah to celebrate her birthday. This was a first-time visit for my friend and I, and only the second visit for my husband. We could not have asked for a more perfect introduction to this beautiful city! Theresa made sure our stay was worry-free and comfortable, and also made sure this was a memorable birthday experience for our friend. The beds are super cozy -- the minute my head touched the pillow I was out for the night. The rooms are beautifully restored and no detail was overlooked. Our room had a fantastic balcony through a walk-out window (to be explained when you arrive!). A glass of sherry or cup of coffee or tea, afternoon sweets, and a wine-and-cheese hour all await in the beautiful parlor. The staff are friendly and helpful, ready to recommend a restaurant or call a cab or trolley for you whenever needed. The ultimate pleasure for me was to see Joey sleeping in the parlor in the morning -- I did not miss my dogs quite so much with this cutie in residence! And what a breakfast Theresa had waiting for us! We did not have a bad meal the whole weekend we were in Savannah, and Theresa's cooking rivaled that of any restaurant in town! Her warm and friendly personality just added to the enjoyment -- we could have spent the whole day just chatting with her. Even in November the garden is gorgeous. There was not one thing we could fault at the wonderful Azalea Inn and Gardens! We highly recommend this inn to anyone visiting Savannah and will definitely stay here again when we get back.
4.8 on November 09, 2009
My wife & I were very impressed with the Azalea Inn and Gardens B&B! We we at the inn for several days, so we were able to enjoy the experience over an extended period. There was not a letdown in any area over our entire stay. This B&B provides all the amenities you would expect; great breakfasts, wine & cheese hour, complementary port wine in the parlor 24/7, complete room service, etc., but there is one item that is hard to find. That is the warm and welcoming attitude of the owners and staff. There wasn't any request that wasn't acted upon in a timely manner. No detail was to small in making our stay a seamless, relaxing experience. We were able to meet and interact with all the staff while enjoying our stay. This was another pleasant experience! Everyone one from the grounds keeper to inn and kitchen assistants were friendly and helpful. The location of the Azalea Inn is another wonderful plus. It is located in close proximity to Forsyth Park and close to the 'CAT Shuttle', a free all around transportation service. Overall, this was definitely a '10' experience!!! cor I don't think there was inn for .
5 on November 02, 2009
We enjoyed ourselves immensely. The rooms were comfy, pretty and immaculate. Breakfast and afternoon snacks were delicious and plentiful. The owners are hands on and very friendly: as was all the staff. We would go back tomorrow if we could!
4.8 on November 01, 2009
I stayed in Azalea Inn with my husband and friends. We stayed for a week and felt so at home. Teresa's (Innkeeper) personal service was so appreciated. We stayed in Magnolia which was a nice room with a lovely large balcony - so we could sit outside even when it rained! It was nice to meet up with other guests at breakfast or during the evening socilal hour. The food was excellent. The pool in the pretty garden was very welcome and kept beautifully clean encouraging us on one evening to use the onsite facilities and barbeque. Joey, the pet Yorkie, became a friend during our stay but our biggest thanks go to Teresa whose humour and friendly nature made our week complete.
5 on October 30, 2009
My wife and I have visited the States from the UK on a number of occasions and until last year have always stayed in hotels. This then is only the second time that we have stayed in Inns but our experience at the Azalea has totally converted us to this type of accommodation. We loved the cosy intimacy which the Azalea provides along with the friendly personal attention which only a family run establishment can offer. The surroundings were gracious and comfortable and nothing seemed too much trouble for our genial host and innkeeper, Theresa. Breakfasts were excellent and home cooked and the rooms were characterful and well maintained. Being 'Brits' we particularly liked the fact that the communal dining gave us the chance to get the know a wide spectrum of Americans from all parts of the States and without exception we were made most welcome. By the time we left after a weeks stay we felt like one of the family and what higher praise can one give than that.
5 on September 19, 2009
Beautiful inn totally rehabed. Lovely room. Gracious, well informed innkeeper. Delcious breakfast. Well located for easy access. Value for the dollar.
5 on September 16, 2009
My husband and I stayed at the Azalea Inn in August of 2009 and we had the best experience. We were there on a couples retreat and we all had a blast. Theresa and her staff are so warm and friendly. You really feel like you are visiting family when you stay there. We loved our room. We loved meeting the other couples. We were in a GREAT spot to walk to everything. When we wanted to take a tour Theresa made those plans for us. They really go out of their way to make you want to come back. She has a cute liitle do named Joey who hangs out with you as well. We liked having the pool even though we never got in it. We had too much to do. When my friends had to leave early they packed a breakfast to go and cooked for us early since we were leaving a bit earlier too. I thought that was so sweet. We do plan on going back. Thank you Theresa and your team. Kurt, Michelle, Tanisha and Aaron
4.8 on September 09, 2009
Couldn't have had a better well needed get-a-way. Azalea Inn is charming, comfortable, and quiet. Sleeping in the comfortable bed made waking to a delicious breakfast a real treat.The staff is friendly, helpful, and makes wonderful recommendations for tours and dining.I would definitely recommend Azalea Inn to anyone who wants to experience Savannah.
4.4 on August 12, 2009
Very nice B&B. It was out of the way, but everything is within a 20-minute walk in downtown. Breakfasts were splendidly prepared. Innkeeper Teresa and her dog Joey were welcoming and delightful.
4.8 on August 03, 2009
My wife and I had our wedding at the Azalea Inn in July. We decided to have a small wedding, just the 2 of us. The Azalea Inn was the perfect setting. The Inn and its rooms are magnificent. The breakfast and desserts are ridiculously good! Teresa is a great host. There was a little rain during our ceremony and Teresa held an umbrella to keep us from getting wet. We had the ceremony in the garden area in the back of the Inn, it was beautiful. Top notch service, excellent food and rooms, highly recommended.
5 on July 27, 2009
I thought nothing would top my previous Savannah inn experience, but my stay at the Azalea Inn was fabulous. Teresa creates a very warm yet professional atmosphere. The staff is a definite "touch of the South" -- friendly and charming. The rooms are modern and immaculately kept. And the Inn itself is beautiful. My friends and I enjoyed having a drink in the parlor while waiting to leave for dinner. The food was fabulous -- perhaps the best breakfasts I've had at a B&B. Teresa was also kind enough to send copies of the recipes to us.
5 on July 20, 2009
Teresa created a tone of welcoming from our first phone call through our check-out. she clearly described the room my husband and I would share. Having the tiny veranda gave us a place to read outside.Although being beside the pool, it was not private at all. Loved having the pool. Sultry Savanna summers demand a place to refresh other than a shower. The two concerns about the room:Monitor size TV and very hard bed. Food great! Sitting family-style around one table allowed for meeting fellow travelers. Joey the tiny dog made the place feel even more like home.
3.2 on July 04, 2009
Overall our stay was very enjoyable.The young lady greeting us was nice enough, but not dressed very professionally(drooping pants,etc.). Teresa was very hospitable, and we enjoyed talking with her. The breakfast was outstanding.The room was pleasant and the bed was very comfy. The only thing that turned us off was the thick layer of dust on the shelf where the wine glasses came from.
5 on June 28, 2009
What a romantic location. The rooms were beautiful, the garden was the perfect site for the ceremony. Innkeepers Teresa and Jake were so welcoming. Breakfasts were fantastic.
3.0 on June 21, 2009
The Azalea Inn is a very nice place to stay. A little off the beaten path, but nice and quiet. We enjoyed the company of the staff and Joey.
3.8 on June 18, 2009
Had a wonderful time at the Azalea Inn. Loved our room - Live Oak Canopy. Joey the dog was a wonderful companion during our stay - a little love bug. Theresa and her staff were wonderful to us.
5 on June 15, 2009
From the moment we arrived ( in the rain) to the moment we left(in the rain) & in between(in the rain) Teresa & Staff made our 40th Wedding Anniversary so special.We easily mingled with the other guests,or we didn't,whatever WE wanted to do,so relaxing. We especially enjoyed "joey",resident "King of the Inn" all 4 pounds of him,we missed our dog,so Joey visiting us was awesome. We'll be back.
4.6 on June 04, 2009
We had an absolutely wonderful stay and Azalea Inn. The service was great and the food was very good. We stayed in the Cotton Exchange room, and it far exceeded our expectation. They really do make your stay very personal, which makes your trip that much more special.
5 on June 02, 2009
What a fantastic B&B. All the comforts of home, plus excellent food ( I gained 5 lbs.) beautiful gardens, antiques, and the cutest yorkies I have ever seen. Joey hung out with us. Thanks Teresa, Jake & Staff for making our visit so special! Can't wait to return!
5 on May 30, 2009
We celebrated three wonderful nights at the Azalea Inn and could not have been better pampered or treated. The staff are friendly, helpful, and go the extra mile to make things perfect. The food is as outstanding as is the ambiance. As experienced world travelers and frequent B&B guests, we urge you to stay at the Azalea Inn. It truly is the Best of the Best. Will & Sheilah
4.8 on May 27, 2009
The Innkeeper Teresa is a charm, very attentive and a wonderful story teller! The staff are friendly, courteous, and attentive. The Inn is spotless and our room was warm and comfortable with an outside sitting porch. The bed was very comfortable! The breakfast was delectible and beautifully presented. We met the nicest, friendliest guests and had wonderful conversation at the breakfast table. Azalea's mascot, Joe, is the most adorable and loveable 4.2lb yorke. My husband and I highly recommend the Azalea Inn!
4.6 on May 27, 2009
My husband and I celebrated our Anniversary at Azelea Inn and Gardens. It couldn't thave been better. They helped me find the perfect restaurant, walking tour and day spa. Each morning of our stay we enjoyed a wonderful breakfast. The wine and cheese hour was good too, but my husband's favorite was the dessert they put out at night. The room was great, we enjoyed spending time on our balcony. Staying at the Azela Inn and Garden was as welcoming as staying with family. We cannot wait to get back.
4.6 on May 25, 2009
My wife and I went to Azalea Inn to celebrate our 3 year anniversary and we had a blast. Teresa and the whole staff were awesome - very accommodating and it was a very cool place to stay. It had about everything you'd want in a B&B, and the food was amazing. Keep it up y'all!
5 on May 23, 2009
Our first visit to Savannah was very enjoyable. Teresa, Cassandra, and Miss Betty made certain that all our needs and comforts were met beyond expectations. Our enjoyment of the friendly converstations with guests from Canada, England, and other parts of the United States during breakfast was surpassed only by the gourmet stlyle cooking prepared by Teresa. Our evening by the pool ,cooling off after touring the wonderful sights of Savannah ,was very refreashing. I especially enjoyed my time reading on the porch, with my favorite cigar and a glass of wine. My only problem now is that Jacki wants to acquire a Yorkie like "Joey" .
4.6 on May 20, 2009
My husband and I both work two jobs and getting away is almost unheard of. Our one night stay at the Azalea took us to an enchanted time. We chatted with the guy raking the leaves and the girl preparing happy hour. I even napped on the front porch. We are back to reality now, but we'll be back to the Azalea some day!
4.6 on May 19, 2009
Had a great 2 days stay with my wife. From drinking coffee on our own pouch to have nightly wine drinks with the guess-- It was outstanding. Received a military discount and the breakfest was great -- Will do it again
4.0 on May 17, 2009
My girlfriend and I spent two great nights at Azealea Inn. The rooms were wonderful and the breakfast outstanding. The kitchen staff was very helpful in finding us places for dinner. Would definitely return.
4.2 on May 12, 2009
We had a fabulous stay, it was really wonderful and will always be a special place for us since we got engaged there - I couldn't think of a better place! We were made to feel really welcome and was such a friendly environment to share our news!
5 on May 11, 2009
We stayed three nights in the Cotton Exchange room. The room is even more lovely than the pictures on their website suggest, and we had fresh flowers in our room when we arrived. Teresa is a wonderful hostess and cook, and she made us feel very welcome. We definitely want to return again!
4.6 on May 06, 2009
My husband and I stayed at the Azalea Inn for 2 nights following our downtown Savannah wedding. We stayed in the garden house, and the room was so cozy and luxurious. The bed was so comfortable and the whirlpool tub and gigantic shower head made us feel like royalty. Teresa brought us an amazing breakfast in bed. The only regrets I had were not spending more time at the Inn and enjoying the private garden and pool.
4.8 on April 29, 2009
Our children gave us a stay at the Azalea Inn and Gardens for our anniversary. It was our first visit to Savannah. Teresa was so helpful in making dining suggesstions and reservations and in helping us secure transportation. The inn is well-located, within walking distance of what we wanted to see. The breakfasts were wonderful and the evening wine/cheese/sweets were great.
3.8 on April 29, 2009
My new hubby and I stayed at the Azalea Inn for about a week. We loved it. The people were so nice and were very helpful with transportation questions and activity advice. Our stay in Savannah would not have been the same had we not stayed there. Not to mention the location was to die for!
5 on April 26, 2009
What a wonderful place to stay and to be treated like Royalty. A sparkling bottle of wine in our room when we arrived made us feel so welcome. Everyone couldn't have been more hospitable. Highly recommended and on our list for a repeat visit.
5 on April 20, 2009
This was a beautiful bed and breakfast to spend our anniversary. The food was wonderful and Teresa was so very friendly, helpful, and accommodating. She made us feel truly welcome. I would have loved to have stayed longer because we were actually relaxing and enjoying the peace and solitude of our room. This was our first trip to Savannah and we believe that the Azalea Inn made it truly wonderful!
5 on April 18, 2009
Staying att Azalea was a pleasure. Great hospitality and fantastic breakfast. Teresa and Jake made our stay memorable Bjorklunds
4.2 on April 16, 2009
we stayed in the cottage and it was great - lots of room to settle in. the breakfasts were terrific. staff was really helpful in making reservations, giving suggestions, and directions. we enjoyed our stay and will definitely return!
3.6 on April 15, 2009
Nice quiet Inn, friendly people and guests. Rooms are cozy. Outside night lighting is expected but I would ask that the window shades be more substantial to allow for a dark room to sleep. I would return.
4.8 on April 13, 2009
My friend and I were traveling to the East Coast to visit our children in college. After a hectic and fun stay in New York, the Azalea Inn and Savannah were the perfect antidote. Teresa was so friendly and informative, we had fabulous meals at restaurants she suggested. I will stay again!
4.0 on April 13, 2009
My husband and I stayed here for two nights. The inn is nice, the staff is friendly and the food is delicious. The rooms are clean and the location isn't too far from the historic down town. The owners have a little dog who alone makes the stay there worth it.
5 on April 13, 2009
We chose their Elopement Package and we are so glad we did! This was a second marriage for both of us and we wanted something romantic and intimate. We couldn't have asked for more than what the Azalea Inn provided. They helped direct us to a great photographer as well as preacher. The home was beautiful and Teresa was so helpful and supportive. Everything for our wedding day was perfect. The horse and carriage ride touring historic Savannah was a treat as well. And we sure did enjoy some fine eating! We will definately be back to celebrate anniversaries or just a weekend getaway.
5 on April 13, 2009
Look no further than the Azalea Inn if you value the best of what Bed and Breakfast Inns are all about. Don't miss this one! It is the perfect place to begin and end a day in one of America's most beautiful and historic cities. Thank you Teresa and Jeffrey for your great stories and willingness to share your vast knowledge of the city. We'll be back!
4.8 on April 12, 2009
The azalea inn and gardens is a great B and B on a quiet street, but within walking distance of Savannah's historical sites. The innkeepers were very friendly and helpful with suggestions for restaurants and activities. The grounds are beautiful and the back patio is an excellent place to relax your feet and visit after a long day. The food was very good, but portions were bigger than I usually like for my breakfast. I would definitely stay here again.
5 on April 10, 2009
Theresa couldn't have been a better host. She was a wealth of information, consistently cheerful, and went out of her way to help in everyway to make our stay memorable. The Azalea Inn and Gardens is lovely, the breakfasts are marvelous, and the afternoon and evening snacks were an especially welcome touch upon returning from a day of sightseeing in an around Savannah. The Inn also is convenient, within walking distance of everything, and it's free parking lot was an added treat.
4.0 on April 01, 2009
We were visiting Savannah, because we love the city and our son was participating in a musical event. Our visit was perfect. The inn is beautiful and the attention we received was incredible. We were more than guests, we felt like we were in town to visit friends. We cannot say enough about our stay, and hope to return again very soon. Thank you. PS The food is wonderful, but the desserts are out of this world!!
5 on March 30, 2009
What a wonderful place to honeymoon! The rooms were very private (just what you need on your honeymoon)...Fresh flowers, soft sheets and the best food ever..Walking distance to everything. Teresa and all the staff were so helpful but not too if you know what I mean. We will be going back and encourage all our friends to visit the beautiful rooms and gardens of the Azalea Inn
5 on March 24, 2009
This was my first trip to Savannah and The Azalea Inn was a wonderful addition to all the fabulous history of Savannah. There was never a moment when Theresa, Jake or staff were too busy to answer a question or help with reservations/advice. The rooms were cozy, comfortable and I really appreciated the wonderful in my room bathroom and shower. I will return again and again. Nancy Dunham, Southern California March 2009
4.0 on March 24, 2009
From the moment we walked in we knew we had made the right choice. Our room was a sheer delight, and the shower in the bathroom was the biggest and the nicest I've ever used bar none.The breakfasts were a gourmet treat.with the staff attending to our every need. Cookies & fruit bars when we returned in the middle of the day, wine, sherry ,treats were served before we left for dinner. We were pampered like royalty.The hardest thing to do was to leave. We'll be back.
4.0 on March 23, 2009
Our stay at the Azalea Inn was truly wonderful. The interior of the Inn is wonderfully decorated and the rooms are lovely. But most of all the warmth and friendliness of the owners and all the staff made our experience most enjoyable. Their hospitality and good humor made our stay in Savannah all the more memorable. Thanks for a lovely weekend getaway!
5 on March 23, 2009
This made our trip! In an otherwise lovely city, we wanted to spend most of our time at the Inn. We felt so pampered, and Theresa goes way above and beyond. Such a treat...
4.6 on March 11, 2009
My husband and I had our first stay at a B&B and it was such a wonderful experience! The food was to die for! Teresa was so nice and welcoming. We had a really good time with her. We really felt like we were coming home at night. Savannah was such a great city to visit and it lived up to our expectations, as did Azalea Inn. We hope we'll get to go again after his next deployment.
5 on February 26, 2009
What a wonderful experience. All too often, those of us who travel for business get to stay at the mega hotels and receive the same treatment, not necessarly bad, but not like home. The Azalea Inn is like coming home each day after a business trip. Warm, receptive, social and yet quiet and relaxing. If your are traveling for business, and want the comforts of home,this is the best of both worlds. Keep singing Miss Betty!!
3.6 on February 26, 2009
We thouroughly enjoyed our stay at the Azalea Inn and Gardens. We love old houses - this was a wonderful home while we were there. We felt very welcome and the staff was very helpful since this was the first time we had visited the city. The breakfasts were delicious and wonderfully presented. If we are able to revisit Savannah, we would definitely stay at the Azalea again!
5 on February 23, 2009
Our first stay at a bed and breakfast and we were blown away. The staff is so friendly and the accommodations luxurious. We had a wonderful time eating breakfast made by the innkeepers and enjoying evening cocktails and hors d'eorves. You simply must stay here if you are in the Savannah area!
4.6 on February 15, 2009
It was a dream to be in Savannah and our first ever visit. Than to stay at the Azalea Inn was icing on the cake. We made friends fast with guests and staff alike. Teresa, Jeff and Miss Betty-a wonderful host, chef, and housekeeper. A beautiful time full of memories and pictures. The city-oh my! We can't wait to get away again. Thank you-Thank you! Bernie & Nancy, Canton, MI
4.6 on February 14, 2009
We thoroughly enjoyed our stay at the Azalea Inn. Teresa and Jake made us feel like family, Jeff was a gracious morning host and served up 2 impressive breakfasts to start our day out on the right track. After a long day of sightseeing in beautiful Savannah, the appetizers, wine and the company of the other guests served at happy hour were a welcome break, setting the perfect stage for planning the night's activities. We met some wonderful folks from all over the southeast who were also visiting the Azalea Inn and it felt like we were in the home of long time friends. We'll be back.
4.6 on February 09, 2009
Me, my sister and mother stayed for a girls weekend and we had a blast! Great hospitality! Wonderful atmosphere! We plan to make Savannah a yearly trip and will stay at the Azalea Inn every time!!!
5 on February 05, 2009
This past December we came to beautiful Savannah for our 15th Wedding Anniversary. Our stay at the Azalea Inn was perfect. They arranged all of our day trips and recommended restaurants which were wonderful. The room was clean, and anything we needed was there for us. The whole staff catered to us. the food was very good and we highly recommend Jake's cookies at the end of a long day! We will defiantly be back and appreciate the hospitality. Thank you again Jake and Teresa! We love Savannah!
4.8 on February 05, 2009
My husband and I enjoyed a great weekend at this relaxing, beautiful inn over New Year's Eve weekend. Theresa and the rest of the staff were so friendly and thoughtful. We really felt at home. The breakfast was one of the best I've had and the nightly deserts were always a much anticipated sweet treat. We can't wait to go back in the warmer weather and enjoy the beautiful garden and pool!
4.8 on January 30, 2009
We recently decided to make a trip to Savannah and found the Azalea Inn online after much searching. What a find!! Teresa was very warm and welcoming upon our arrival, showing us our room and the Inn...which new to Savannah we were very interested in. The atmosphere, special amenities, attention to details, BREAKFASTS, snacks in the evening all contributed to the stellar three nights we enjoyed there. The profound sense is that if it is possible, they will try to make it happen for you. Recommendations on restaurants, sites to see, directions, maps, the works, are all cheerfully offered. The history of the Inn and the feeling of instantly warm friendship with Teresa and those who run the Inn with her would make us go back again, and certainly to recommend it very highly to anyone else who might be thinking of Savannah! Miss Betty makes a fabulous bed!
4.0 on January 28, 2009
Choosing to stay at the Azalea Inn was my best decision for bringing in the 2009 New Year. The hosts and hostesses were exceptional. The guest's needs were of most importance and the service is exeptional.
4.4 on January 28, 2009
I stayed at the Azalea Inn on a recent girls weekend getaway. The inn was beautiful and the room we stayed in was well furnished. The water stayed hot through all three showers and breakfast was excellent both mornings. We were very pleased with the hospitality and found the innkeepers and staff to be very helpful and friendly.
5 on January 22, 2009
January 15-17 We just returned from 2 nights at the Azalea Inn and couldn't have been more pleased. The rooms were lovely and the food outstanding - way more than we expected with a delicious "cooked to order" gourmet breakfast both mornings. (No muffins and fruit with mediocre coffee for these gracious hosts.) Jeff is a wonderful cook and everyone is so friendly and helpful. They made us reservations for dinner, arranged for the trolley to pick us up, gave us directions and advice and made our stay a terrific experience. The afternoon snacks and wine were equally special and we enjoyed an afternoon soak in the jacuzzi while sipping a glass of wine after a long cold day of sightseeing. It was obvious that they really do consider you "guests" not "customers." If I'm lucky enough to come back to Savannah I'll definitely try to stay here.
5 on January 19, 2009
We had never stayed at a B&B before, and it was amazing. Savannah was a beautiful city, but staying here made it that much more special. I've never had breakfast that good, and everyone was so friendly and helpful. All the rooms were gorgeous and immaculately kept. Thank you so much for a perfect weekend!
5 on January 14, 2009
Savannah was the best trip ever. We couldn't have stayed at a more stunning place it was breath taking. Definatly a great Girls weekend. The food was outstanding and there was plenty of southern warmth from the Innkeepers. Thanks so much for everything Teresa and Jake. Karen
4.2 on January 13, 2009
Our stay at the Inn was fantastic. I was planning a birthday surprise trip and Teresa was so helpful. The Inn is beautiful and well kept, the room was fabulous, and our stay was perfect. We had a very relaxing stay and would very highly recommend to anyone visiting the area! Thank you for making every aspect of Mike's birthday special!
4.8 on January 11, 2009
A wonderful, friendly host and staff, great cozy room, and absolutely delicious breakfast! Just a fifteen minute walk from the river, with the cathedral, cemetery, and several beautiful squares along the way, the Azalea Inn has a great location. We will definitely consider it the next time we're in Savannah.
5 on January 11, 2009
I highly recommend the Azalea Inn. The Inn is exceptionally well kept. I loved the ambiance and the beautiful rooms - The food is inventive and delicious. However, the service was the greatest aspect of the Inn. Jeffrey is just a joy to talk with and Teresa is a warm hostess. I will recomend the Inn to family and firends and I plan to go back again.
4.0 on January 10, 2009
We loved our stay at the Azalea Inn. The home is just beautiful and the staff/owners could have not been any more friendly and accommodating! The room was very clean, well furnished and perfect for our Savannah get away. Appetizers and wine are served daily but we consider the breakfast average. Located just a number of blocks from the main historical district, the Azalea Inn was an optimum vantage point for walking and exploring the city. River Street is only a 10 minute walk away. We will definitely come back.
4.6 on January 04, 2009
The Azalea Inn was a joy. Teresa and crew could not have been warmer or more hospitable. I highly recommend it at any time but spending Christmas there was a special treat. The Inn is beautiful, the food was wonderful and the people are amazing. Our stay at the Azalea Inn was magical.
4.6 on December 30, 2008
My husband surprised me with a trip to Savannah to celebrate my birthday and with less than a week to plan we settled on the Azalea Inn for our stay. What a wonderful decision! The inn itself is very charming and exactly what one would expect for a B&B, actually, more than we hoped for. It was a trip of many firsts...first time in a B&B, first time in Savannah, first time planning on such short notice but it was all very much perfect. The attentive staff, the delicious treats and the exceptional breakfasts were fabulous, but what we really enjoyed were the lively chats with Teresa and the feeling of "relax, unwind, you're welcome here" that we had during our entire stay. The grounds are very well maintained, the rooms are all lovely, the experience we had is unforgettable. Go here now places like these are like rare gems!
4.4 on December 27, 2008
The inn was wonderful. The Inn keepers made us feel at home. Joey (the little yorkie) took naps with us every afternoon. I would definitely recommend this Inn to anyone who wanted a relaxed vacation in Savannah. Thanks Teresa, Jeffery and staff!!!
4.4 on December 23, 2008
The stay at Azalea Inn was wonderful and that was enhanced by Jefferey and the other interesting guests staying at the Inn at the same time. The service was excellent, breakfast, Hor's D'Oeuvres imaginative and the "bedtime snack" as just what I did NOT need for my figure! Explore Savannah during the pre-Christmas time....it is peaceful, not packed and the Azalea Inn a nice place to call home while you sit by the fire and enjoy a drink and ambiance.
4.2 on December 18, 2008
We stayed over Thanksgiving weekend and had a great time. Theresa, Jake and Jeff were great to us, the food was awesome, and we had a fun weekend!
5 on December 15, 2008
Teresa is a wonderful hostess! Tasty breakfasts and a beautiful room- who could ask for more!? We walked all over Savannah and coming back to the Azalea Inn in the evening, was like coming home. Susan/Stamford, CT
5 on December 14, 2008
This was our first trip to Savannah, but will not be our last. The warm hospitality and coziness of the Azalea Inn was more than could ever be expected. The room was amazing, the atmosphere inviting, and the breakfasts... heavenly. The innkeeper, Teresa, and staff were more than helpful and without them our stay and engagement would not have been as memorable. The Azalea Inn is a wonderful and relaxing bed and breakfast and we will be sure to return in the future.
5 on December 02, 2008
We stayed in the Gentleman's parlor, which was cozy and modern, having all the items we needed and none that we didn't, including a working fireplace. The inn is situated perfectly in the historic district near Forsythe park, and is only short walk to downtown and the river. The food and hospitality were delightful, and we're planning to go back!
5 on November 18, 2008
All aspects of our stay were simply fabulous. The setting, the rooms, the decor of the common spaces and the delicious food were all above expectations, but the best part of the experience was the true hospitality. Everyone was friendly and helpful, and accomodated our every request. In many ways it was like staying with old friends. We only stayed two nights, but are planning a return of several days next time. This is the perfect place to put that something "extra special" into your trip to Savannah.
4.6 on November 16, 2008
We enjoyed our stay at the Azalea Inn. From the hospitality to the wonderful breakfasts and desserts. Good place for couples on a romantic weekend. Location was great and right next to the most beautiful park in Savannah. Will definitely stay here again on our next visit.
4.6 on November 15, 2008
My wife and I spent a weekend in Savannah, and stayed here at the Azalea Inn. Teresa and the rest of the good folks at the Azalea treated us like family, and provided a wonderful home base for our getaway in this beautiful city. We were able to easily walk every day into the Historic District, and relax between jaunts in their parlor, sipping wine and enjoying conversation with the other guests. Truly a great experience!
5 on November 14, 2008
Very warm and comfortable B & B. Extremely friendly staff!!! The bed was so comfortable we didn't want to get up in the mornings! Breakfast was a real treat!
5 on November 14, 2008
From the friendly greeting by one of the owner's adorable little dogs (Joey?) and staff, to the lovely breakfast in the morning, it was truly a pleasure. We were there just over one night, on our way to a wedding, but wished we could have taken more time here. Teresa was so a delight and we felt like if we had been able to stay longer, we would have gotten some great tips on places to go/eat in Savannah! We will definitely be back.
5 on November 01, 2008
We just returned from a wonderful weekend stay at The Azalea Inn. It was perfect for myself, my mother and sister- we had a room that accomodated all 3 of us comfortably. Theresa and her staff are so much fun, and great at making everyone feel at home. From the beautiful accomodations to the delicious breakfasts and Happy hours each day, everything was just perfect. We highly recommend The Azalea Inn.
5 on October 29, 2008
We had the best time. Jeffrey is the absolute best chef!!! The food was excellent and he even remembered that I have a shellfish allergy withut me reminding anyone. The evening cocktail and hors deuvres hour was outstanding as was the sweet little surprises waiting for us as we came in late at night. The rooms were really nice and very clean, the water pressure was even very good which is not often seen in older houses. I would stay again.
5 on October 28, 2008
We recently stayed several nights in the Gentlemen's Quarters at the Azalea Inn and found our room to very comfortable and our hosts to be most accomodating. We arrived late and found that detailed instructions had been conveniently left so that we could find our room, have a late dessert, and familiarize ourselves with the inn. The next day Teresa made sure that we had everything that we needed and provided an individually-cooked breakfast at a convenient time. Upon leaving, our taxi driver did not show up but Jeffrey made sure that a reliable taxi was summoned to take us to the train station on time. We will certainly stay at the Azalea Inn again should we travel to Savanah!!!
5 on October 26, 2008
The Azalea Inn was the perfect B&B for our girl's weekend. Everything was perfect -- more than we'd hoped for. The staff is great, the food -- wow! -- the rooms are beautiful and so very comfortable. You'll feel like you are returning home to a beloved aunt and uncle's home, where everything is cozy and luscious and welcoming. Oh, and the location of the B & B is great. Within walking distance or a short cab ride to all the great sights and sounds of Savannah. You'll love your stay here!
5 on October 22, 2008
While working in Savannah, I must say the Azalea Inn by far has the most wonderful BEDS! You must stay in the Huntingdon Garden room. The bed is fabulous at the end of the day. The Inn itself host wonderful Charm and a home like atmosphere. Jake & Teresa doe a fabulous job. I will be returning often. Amy Meeks
4.6 on October 21, 2008
Lovely inn offers a chance to get away from it all, with charming proches, delicious cookies and breakfasts and friendly hosts. The inn is surprisingly quiet, has a lovely pool and small but private and lush garden, scrumptious cookies and comfortable beds.
4.6 on October 20, 2008
10/10/08 We chose the Azalea Inn through the internet and were nervous about booking sight unseen, but the minute we walked through the door we knew we made the right choice. It was absolutely beautiful and so charming!!! My fiance and I eloped to Savannah, Georgia and the Azalea was the perfect setting. My husband and I loved everything about the Azalea and all the staff. I would highly recommend it and we can't wait to get back!!!
4.2 on October 15, 2008
What sets this B&B apart from others is that the Azalea team provide an informed and helpfully opinionated view of Savannah and what is can offer visitors. All this is on top of ample hospitality and well presented facilities. It's a mile to the Riverfront but there is so much to see, drink and eat on the way there that you don't notice at all! Highly recommended.
5 on October 13, 2008
This was the perfect way to celebrate our 14th anniversary here in Savannah at the Azalea Inn and Gardens. This was a surprise for my husband and believe me he was really surprised. The Gentleman's Parlor was just down right comfy. The cleanliness and service was just like none other... neat and very respectable service. The cost was okay and the dining which was breaksfast and the desserts was just outstanding. We had a blast! Jeffery and Theresa had excellent knowledge of Savannah as well. We really felt at home. Thanks so much for a great wedding anniversary weekend.
4.4 on October 12, 2008
We stayed at the Azalea Inn because our friends had chosen to hold their wedding there. Teresa and Jake were wonderful hosts and went above and beyond the call of duty to help make our friends' wedding beautiful. The rooms were beautiful. They've done an amazing job of adding all of the best modern conveniences while keeping the beauty of the house's historical period. Excellent location as well. I would recommend the Azalea without reservations to any and all
5 on October 11, 2008
The Azalea Inn is one of the most beautiful places I have ever stayed! Our room was great, and I peeked in most of the other rooms and each was better than the last. Theresa was so helpful and even made a special breakfast for my friends who didn't eat sausage. Jeffery was hilarious and made the vacation even better. My husband and I were married in their garden and it was more perfect than I had imagined! We are planning on returning to Savannah as soon as possible and there is no doubt in our minds that we will stay at the Azalea Inn!!
5 on October 02, 2008
We were celebrating our husbands' special birthday. Neither man has ever stayed at a B&B and we, the wives, had to drag them. We ended up staying for 5 nights. It was soooo wonderful. Jeffrey treated all us us like royalties. He was full of information and advice about Savannah. All of us have diatery limits and he saw to it that all the breakfasts as well as snacks were ok for us to eat. The rooms are beautifully decorated. We spent much time sitting around the breakfast table and the parlor visiting with other guests. I highly recommend this establishement and its owners and employees. Also the guests were very interesting.
5 on October 01, 2008
Magnificient area in which to stay--wonderful location,easy to walk to all sites of interest. Teresa and Jeff as well as all the staff were wonderful to us. We were welcomed in every way--more like family that had come to visit. The rooms were decorated with such charm. Do ask about the murals in the dining room and you will be treated to a tour into the past and a chance to add to the story. Each breakfast was a gourmet treat - the presentation was wonderful. The whole experience was a complete treasure. We recommend the Azalea Inn to all who want a place that is exceptional. We are looking forward to visiting again.
5 on September 28, 2008
The Azalea Inn was one of our nicest vacation experiences. The entire inn was impeccably clean and radiated a warm and welcoming ambiance. Our room "Chinaberry" was very beautiful and well-appointed, and most important to us when travelling, it was very quiet and peaceful. The staff or "inn family" were most helpful in making arrangements for a tour of Savannah, a spa experience and answering our questions and pointing us in the right direction. Sneaking a peak at all the rooms in the inn, each holds its special charm and there are many places that you can sit and rest for a quiet moment — private balconies, an inviting front porch and a beautiful back garden. Without question, we look forward to returning to the pleasures of the Azalea Inn and Savannah.
4.6 on September 27, 2008
We had a very pleasant experience at Azalea Inn. The room we had was everything you could possibly want in a B&B. Jeffry was extremely gracious and more than helpful with everything. Cassandra was most helpful and very pleasant. They did a lot of calling around for us. The atmosphere was so comfortable and relaxing, which means a lot when you have been out most of the day "touristing". Loved the little dogs. They really made it feel like home. Thefood was outstanding. We will not hesitate to recommend this B&B to everyone. Hope we can return at some point. Thanks to everyone at The Azalea Inn
4.0 on September 26, 2008
My best friend of 53 years and I decided that for our 60th birthday we would take a trip. We both liked the idea of going somewhere we had never been. History won the day and we found the Azalea Inn on the internet. Pictures on the internet do lie about size but not about service. When we pulled in we thought maybe we had made a mistake but after getting inside, we were in heaven. Yes, we over packed for our 7 day stay. Casandra helped us up the stairs with the heavy load. EVERY meal was perfect. Jeffory you are amazing. We enjoyed every guest we had the opportunity to meet and even exchanged numbers with a few. The owners were not there during our stay but the staff took care of everything. We specially liked the Live Oak room and the unique patio. What a great relaxing trip because of all the staff. Miss Betty was a charm!
5 on September 23, 2008
Our stay at Azalea Inn and Gardens was our first visit to a Bed and Breakfast. Teresa and her staff made us feel right at home. The Sweet Olive room was spotless and very comfortable. The Inn is beautifully decorated with period pieces and the murals on the dining room walls were beautiful and interesting to look at. It was too cool to swim in the courtyard pool but it looked very inviting. A huge plus was the safe and ample off street parking. Another plus was her sweet yorkie, Joey. We are dog lovers and to have Joey (all 4 lbs of her) jump up and curl up beside me on the couch was so sweet. Teresa made last minute arrangements for us to be picked up in front of the Inn to participate in a tour of the historic area. This made us feel like royalty! We will be returning as soon as we can!
4.6 on September 15, 2008
We spent a 3 day weekend in the Sweet Olive suite at the Azalea Inn. Overall it was a totally relaxing experience enhanced by the laid back atmosphere and friendly staff. The room was charming and expertly decorated, the patio and pool area private and well maintained, and the dining and sitting rooms were also lovely as well as comfortable. This inn combines quality, class, and style with southern hospitality and a relaxed atmosphere. I was fully satisfied with the quality of the lodging for the price and I will not hesitate to reserve the same spot for my next trip to Savannah.
5 on September 10, 2008
We celebrated our anniversary at the Azalea Inn and loved every minute of our stay. The Inn is a beautiful historic home with a rich history, wonderful rooms and an awesome staff eager to assist you in assuring that your stay with them will be a memorable one. The meals were awesome, with enticing snacks offered through out the day. The grounds are a beautiful setting to relax and enjoy a glass of wine and a dip in the pool. The location was perfect to enjoy the downtown offerings on foot. We look forward to one day returning to the inn for another visit.
4.6 on September 06, 2008
My husband and I absolutely loved it here and will definitely revisit this inn upon a return trip to Savannah. The innkeepers were gracious and helpful. The breakfast was superb and many tourist attractions were easily within walking distance.
4.8 on August 25, 2008
We had such a wonderful stay in the Gentleman's Parlor. Our vacation in Savannah was made complete by the wonderful innkeepers and staff at Azalea Inn. They are all helpful in suggesting restaurants and sites to see, as well as, eager to assist with making your stay more comfortable. The food was delicious and the pool was incredible! We loved the yorkies- Joey and Ben. They made us feel at home as well. We would definitely recommend the Azalea Inn to anyone looking for a great value and fabulous accomodations!!!
4.6 on August 25, 2008
My husband and I stayed here the weekend of our 8th anniversary, and it was the perfect choice for our romantic weekend getaway! When we were shown to our room, there was champagne waiting... when they discovered I was 4 months pregnant, they quickly brought chocolate covered strawberries instead! They made all the arrangements for romantic dinners and spots to visit... and that just describes the service. We LOVED the garden swimming pool and the midnight homemade snacks! The breakfasts were outstanding. Our room were lovely. All in all, we plan to go back to Savannah just to visit this Inn again!
5 on August 23, 2008
We knew that Savannah would be an amazing experience, but did not realize that it did start when we arrived at Azalea Inn .We stayed at the Carriage House over looking the pool and the garden.We Were absolutly pampered by every one.Teresa is without a doubt the soul of the Inn with a great knowledge of the city always ready to help you make your staythe most pleasant one. And I have not said anything about her breakfastss.They were to die for, the sweet in the evening, were sinfultoo. What my mother twin sister and I loved too so much is the feeling of beeing with a family member , everyone maid us feel so much at ease. The Inn is so elegant and yet so comfortable. I have told all my friends that this was the ONLY place to go. Serena was so welcome and met friends that she will never forget. Thanks to all the staff and Teresa YOU are a Star, that shines and make the Azalea Inn the place we will return to when in Savannah.
4.8 on August 22, 2008
Im' coming from France and I will never forget my staying In Azalea Inn & Garden !......Teresa is an angel ! always taking care of the customers and fixing delicious southern breakfast .She knows everything in Savannah and give you so many good tips to make our staying so perfect .Our room ,Carriage house, located closed to the swimming pool in a luxurious little garden is decorated with antiques like all the rooms in the Inn . Our little tiny yorki was warmly welcome. don't miss this place !!!
4.0 on August 14, 2008
Our stay was the first time we had stayed at a bed and breakfast. It was fabulous!! Highly recommend! Service was excellent, the inn was very clean and the landscape was beautiful!! Loved it!
4.4 on August 12, 2008
A beautiful old house with great rooms and a very friendly proprietoress. It is well positioned, not in the hustle and bustle but only a 15 minute walk through some fantastic town squares from downtown. The cooked breakfast each day was delicious although the option of cereal and toast would make it even better. The pool and the shady gardens are tranquil and especially welcome on hot days. Highly recommended - you won't be disappointed if you stay here.
5 on August 12, 2008
We stayed at the Azalea Inn for our 25th wedding anniversary. The staff was very accomodating to our needs. They were helpful in scheduling tours and suggesting restaurants. The breakfasts were EXTRAORDINARY! The afternoon snacks were just what we needed after a long day of sightseeing. It was nice to be welcomed by Joey, the Yorkie, every morning and afternoon upon our return. (Sorry, I couldn't resist giving him a nibble from the Breakfast table every morning!) Thanks so much for a wonderful experience while in Savannah!
5 on July 30, 2008
This is the kind of bed & breakfast everyone dreams of visiting. The home and rooms are divine, the food beyond my expectations, the atmospere is calming and fun but the staff really makes this Inn a true gem. A ton of fun, informative and everyone is an excellent cook. Don't miss staying here and enjoy the experience of the entire staff. Have already recommended this Inn to several close friends. Enjoy!!
4.0 on July 28, 2008
The breakfast was outstanding. Everyone at the Inn would gather around the breakfast table and share their Savannah experiences. It was a good time to get tips from co-travelers, and learn about everyones home town. Jeffrey was a great breakfast host and gave good advise on tours,beaches and places to go.
2.0 on July 22, 2008
I sadly write this comment about the Azalea Inn, but I do so in the hopes that the experience I had there will not be repeated for any future guest. But first the positive….The pool at the Azalea Inn is a welcome addition to the Inn and the flowers/landscaping around the pool were pleasant to look at during a swim. However, I would not choose to ever stay there again because the proprietor made me feel uncomfortable, contrary to the Azalea Inn brochure and her verbal assurance before our arrival, that the Azalea Inn staff treats their guests like royalty. I was dismayed by her angry retort to a simple question/request that I made. I was doubly dismayed by Teresea Jacobson's slanderous choice of words, her verbal attacks, and her rude behavior that she chose to vent toward me, a guest. Her justification was that she chooses whom she will treat with royalty. For the price that I paid for a room ($155), I could have stayed at a nearby Inn for about $30 more, a first class establishment with exceptionally high quality service. In hindsight, I wish I had made that choice.
This guest had made a request of the assistant innkeeper who responded appropriately and respectfully that we would not be able to meet her need. About 30 minutes later she came to me and made the same request. Unfortunately, I found the request to be unreasonable, but politely told her that my assistant was correct in informing her of such. She then became extremely upset at which point I suggested that her needs might be better met at another inn and that I would be happy to assist her and her traveling companion (the person who actually made the reservation)in securing reservations elsewhere, perhaps with room service. The other woman stated she did not want to leave and after consulting with the guest who wrote this review, informed me they wished to stay. I spoke with the unhappy reviewer who agreed she wished to stay as well and so they did.
3.8 on July 19, 2008
stayed at azaela inn this july and was very satisfied kudos to the chef staff and pets very friendly
5 on July 13, 2008
Everyone was very welcoming and accomodating! Teresa made all of the reservations for us and had great ideas of things for us to do on our honeymoon. I definitely felt at home during my visit. Breakfast was excellent every morning. I am very glad we chose to stay at Azalea Inn and Gardens for our honeymoon and we plan to visit again very soon!
4.6 on July 08, 2008
From the moment we checked in, Teresa made us feel right at home! This was our families first time in Savannah and staying at the Azalea made it very enjoyable. The rooms are lovely and the food they serve (breakfast, cookies and other goodies) was outstanding. We will definitely be back!!
4.6 on July 07, 2008
I have never stayed at a Bed and Breakfast. I planned a romantic getway for my boyfriends birthday. It was a total suprise for him, Teresa accomidated my every need to make this a very memorable time for us. The inn is very quaint and romantic. My boyfriend and I had will certainly return as it is one of most romantic getaways we have been on. We have been many places but this trip will forever be an image and memory that is unforgettable. Thank you Teresa for all your help in making this a great memory for both of us.
5 on July 07, 2008
We just returned from a lovely stay at the Azalea Inn. We were greeted when we arrived by Teresa and Jake's lovable Yorkie, Joey. The staff are friendly and accommodating and the breakfasts are fabulous. The Azalea Inn feels like home, except you are pampered like guests. We will most definitely return.
5 on June 30, 2008
We just spent our 2 nd anniversary at the Azalea Inn and it was such a memorable time. The Azelea Inn is so charming and the staff so personable it made our trip a pleasure. The beautiful rooms and pool and the garden are so peaceful. We would stay there again.We cant wate to go back.
4.4 on June 30, 2008
My partner and I recently stayed at the Azalea Inn and Gardens. Its a wonderful restored Victorian full of charm and southern hospitality. The staff could not have been more gracious. We stayed in the Carriage House which was wonderful in that it was in the back by the pool and in a separate facility from the main house. They served lovely meals, and snacks and added to the Southern Charm of your beautiful city. I would highly recommend this inn to the most discerning traveler.
5 on June 23, 2008
The Azalea Inn & Gardens was absolutely lovely. The staff was professional, helpful, and most of all friendly. This being my first stay ever in a B&B, I did not know what to expect. My best friend and I arrived and were instantly greeted and welcomed to the Inn. Our room (Huntingdon Garden) was relaxing and very comfortable. And of course, I have to mentioned the fabulous breakfasts and afternoon snacks. The Inn offered wonderful suggestions for tours and dining. My friend and I felt very safe at the Inn and will most definitely stay there again. Needless to say, the Azalea Inn & Gardens is a superb place to stay when in Savannah!
5 on June 22, 2008
Everything about the Azalea Inn was wonderful! My husband and I stayed in the Gentlemen's Parlor on our wedding night. We couldn't have asked for a better place to stay ! The room was gorgeous. We also enjoyed the pool because is was quiet, relaxing and surrounded by a garden. I would recommend The Azalea Inn to anyone who wants to stay at a quiet, beautiful, and welcoming atmosphere. I can't wait to go back:)
4.4 on June 03, 2008
This is a lovely bed and breakfast with beautiful gardens and several rooms with balconies overlooking the beautiful pool and heritage garden. Their adorable yorkie, Joey, is quite the little entertainer and Teresa's breakfasts are spectacular and what you would expect in a Savannah B & B.
4.4 on May 27, 2008
Savannah was better than expected and the Azalea Inn was the perfect touch! It's southern charm and hospitality was as quaint as the historical district itself. The sweet tea all day was delicious. The breakfasts were fun, unique, and a great opportunity to talk with the other guests from all over the world. It was a wonderful 4 day get-a-way! The only thing I would offer would be to not allow the dog to beg while guests are dining every morning at breakfast.
3.2 on May 23, 2008
We had a nice stay at the Azalea. We stayed in the Cotton Exchange and are glad we did as we saw the other rooms and they were small. This room was comfortable but there were some minor irritations - small tv, private balcony not really private and very small, and tiny bathroom (no place to put bathroom items, makeup, etc). Now that aside, we had a lovely time. Do be prepared to walk. We did not realize how distant it was from the main shops and restaurant. It was fine for us, but we thought of older people who may not be comfortable walking 10 blocks a day back and forth! The inn was clean, the food delicious, and the home very pleasant. It was neither our favorite B and B, nor our worse.
4.6 on May 22, 2008
We visited there for one night and had a very enjoyable stay. The room we stayed in was the "Gentleman's Parlor" and it was nice and cozy. Great shower and nicely decorated. A bit small but not uncomfortable small. Were greeted with hors d'oeuvres and wine. Could easy get out and walk around the city. Very nice area. Beautiful gardens. Also enjoyed that fact that they didn't nickel and dime you. The cost of your room is your only real cost. The hors d;oeuvres, wine, parking, breakfast (or course) were all included.
4.6 on May 20, 2008
My husband and I had never stayed at a B&B and were a little nervous about it. Our stay at the Azalea Inn was wonderful. The staff made us feel like we were visiting family. The food was great and the rooms were all nice but ours was the Live Oak Canopy and it was magnificent and very clean. We will definitely stay there again and recommend it highly to anyone else looking for a place to stay in Savannah.
4.8 on May 20, 2008
My husband and I traveled to Savannah for our ten year wedding anniversary. We picked the Azalea Inn and were extremely pleased with our choice. Teresa and her staff made us feel welcome and left no detail untouched. We had champagne in our room upon arrival, cold water awaited us after we spent the day seeing the sights, the accommodations were extravagant, the food was magnificent, and the grounds were spectacular! We've also never had such great water pressure when we have been away...the shower was awesome. This Inn is located on the southern side of the historic district. It's a bit further away from the major attractions, but we appreciated the calm and quiet - there was a bit too much hustle and bustle around a lot of the other inns. Savannah is small enough that the extra 5 minute walk or two minute cab ride was worth the peace and quiet. We spent a rainy Sunday morning reading on one of the porches and all we heard was the chirping of birds and the soothing sound of the rain. It was absolute bliss. We had a delightful time touring Savannah on foot and we fell in love with both the city and the Inn. Teresa and her staff were delightful in every way!!! We will definitely be back!
4.8 on May 13, 2008
Our stay at the Azalea Inn helped make our stay unforgettable. The friendly and efficient staff saw to our every need and helped us experience this beautiful city with their dining and tour recommendations. We stayed in the Carriage House and it was perfect for our girls' getaway. Our days began with a delicious breakfast and ended in the Inn's oh-so-comfortable beds. Teresa, Jeffrey and the rest of the staff made our time in Savannah unforgettable. I highly recommend the Azalea Inn.
4.8 on April 30, 2008
Savannah is a city not to be missed and all the good things read about the Azalea Inn are true. Teresa and her friendly staff started our days with unforgetable breakfasts, advised us about the what, where and when of the beautiful city, and generally steered us toward experiences to suit our tastes and interests.
5 on April 29, 2008
This delightful B&B at the south end of the Historic District near beautiful Forsyth Park features gourmet breakfasts (and snacks), lovely surroundings, a helpful, friendly staff and a fun environment. The involvement of the outgoing and hardworking owner, Teresa, sets the scene for meeting your fellow travelers at breakfast in the dining room surrounded by a mural of Savannah history or in the garden by the pool. The late afternoon wine and snacks encourage guests to share their day's experiences in the home-like environment......however, it is also possible to have a more secluded visit if one desires. My friend and I shared the 2-bedroom carriage house with deck overlooking gardens and pool......for 6 days during the wonderful Savannah Homes and Gardens Tour and Savannah Music Festival and couldn't have been more pleased with our first trip to beautiful, historic Savannah. We strongly suggest following Teresa's suggestions for dining and sightseeing.
5 on April 19, 2008
It was the first time for us to stay in a bed and breakfast. It was also the first time we visited Savannah. We are fascinated with the city. It is beautiful. The azalea Inn Bed and Breakfast exceeded my expectation. The house was beautiful, very clean and well decorated. The room was very comfortable and beautiful. I loved the view to the garden. Breakfast was excellent. I loved the personal touch put into every detail of our stay. The owners made us feel welcome and as we were family. We would like to visit Savannah again and will definitely stay at Azalea Inn. We highly recommended.
5 on April 17, 2008
We enjoyed our stay at the Azalea Inn very much - April 9-13, 2008. We celebrated our wedding anniversary in beautiful Savannah and wish we could have stayed longer. The staff at the inn were so nice and helpful and breakfast was so delicious. We always tried to make the wine and cheese hour, which was such a treat as well. Our room, the Cotton Exchange, was exactly what I expected - nice and spacious, romantic, and very cozy. We also enjoyed meeting other guests and chatting. If we ever go back to Savannah, we would love to stay there again!
4.4 on April 17, 2008
We made last minute inn reservations online and were called a day later that the inn we had reserved had erred and we had no reservation for the night we were arriving. But that innkeeper offered to find us a room nearby. That room was with Teresa and Jake at the Azalea Inn. We were arriving after hours and needed special attention. (Our arrival was even later - 3 hours - than we expected but the door key code that had been emailed worked and our room key waited inside the foyer along with directions to our room.) We expected a very nice room because another innkeeper put his reputation on the line when he recommended Azalea House and we were not disappointed. It was quiet and we slept well. Breakfast was delicious and check-out time was extended for us until our scheduled inn had our room ready. It was much like a visit with close family. I felt guilty leaving after only one night. We would certainly stay at the Azalea Inn again.
4.6 on April 15, 2008
Ample parking, great staff and fabulous breakfast. Will definitely stay there again.
4.8 on April 14, 2008
My husband and I stayed in the Huntingdon Garden room, and thoroughly enjoyed the sinfully comfortable bed and the fireplace. The highlight of our stay was the time spent outside the room, however. Breakfast and hors d'oeuvres was charming. I always think that B & Bs attract the nicest people, including the people who own them. Azalea Inn didn't disappoint; in fact, they had a distinct bonus: Joey, the adorable little Yorkie who stole our hearts. We would stay there again in a heartbeat!
4.4 on March 31, 2008
Teresa and her staff could not have been more helpful and gracious in a city loaded with southern charm. The inn is lovely, the food was great, and above all, we were made to feel welcome.
4.0 on March 18, 2008
My husband and I stayed 2 nights for our 21st anniversary. Later we commented that our stay in Savannah was better than our honeymoon and a cruise that we went on for our 10th anniversary. The Azalea Inn was a huge highlight of the trip. Savannah is a lovely city and the Azalea Inn was the "icing on the cake" for us!
5 on March 10, 2008
The Azalea Inn is the best place to stay in Savannah. I have to agree with all the other reviews that everything is wonderful about this Inn but what makes it stand out the most is the wonderful staff and hospitality. We had the most amazing time there and can not wait to return. I would recommend this Inn to anyone!
4.8 on March 04, 2008
I was only in Savannah for a two-day work conference - envied those who stayed a long weekend. Great location - quiet, close to Forsyth Park, nice walk up Bull Street to downtown. Teresa and the staff make this place stellar.
5 on February 26, 2008
I stayed for 2 weeknights with my parents in mid Feb 08. We had the carriage house which was a great deal and very private. The breakfasts were wonderful and Teresa had wonderful suggestions for other places to eat. The staff were all wonderful!. I highly recommend electing to use a walking tour - the staff was great at arrranging for our guide. You can't go wrong selecting the Azalea Inn for your stay.
4.0 on February 23, 2008
My husband and I decided to revisit Savannah after many years and picked the Azalea Inn from their website. We were delighted with our choice, cozy, convenient to all Savannah had to offer and Teresa the Innkeeper was a delight and made our stay even more memorable.
5 on January 14, 2008
From our first conversation right through to the end of our stay, Teresa and Jake were just wonderful. The Azalea Inn & Gardens are wonderful, warm and welcoming, especially on a cold day. We will definitely be going back!
5 on January 14, 2008
My husband and I stayed here for our 1st anniversary. This was our first stay at a bed and breakfast. It was terrific! Teresa and her staff extremely kind and friendly. The food was great. We stayed in the Gentleman's parlor and loved what the did to the room. The Azalea is close to everything and is an excellent choice. We can't wait to go back.
5 on January 13, 2008
My husband and I eloped to Savannah and married in the beautiful courtyard of the Azalea Inn. I called around to several B&B's in the area without any luck.and didn't feel comfortable with anyone I spoke to. The minute I talked to Theresa (Azalea Inn owner) we had an immediate chemistry and I knew the Azalea Inn was THE place to have our ceremony. The staff at the Inn made the entire ceremony/event the most perfect day of my life. The rooms were wonderful, the breakfasts to die for and the home exquisite. It was easy to locate (we drove from FL) and very close to the history and culture of Savannah. We never took our vehicle anywhere - we were able to walk from the inn to everywhere we wanted to go. I would absolutely stay at the Azalea Inn again and recommend to anyone who asked.
5 on January 06, 2008
We stayed for 3 nights during Christmas. Wonderful Christmas day dinner with fun guests. Theresa and Jake made us feel right at home and their knowledge of the area history and attractions was excellent. Our room had a comfortable bed with a beautiful balcony view. The wine and hors d'oeuvres and the breakfasts were superb. Would gladly return to Azalea Inn and lovely Savannah.
5 on December 31, 2007
We stayed two nights during our honeymoon, and this was our favorite place we visited. The room was beautiful, breakfast was wonderful and the service was impeccable. We can't wait to return!
4.0 on December 28, 2007
My wife and I had a great visit with Azalea Inn. Good breakfast, good room, great environment, super hostess, good staff, good wine and snacks in the evening. Overall had a great time and will go again soon.
4.0 on December 18, 2007
Room was very well decorated and clean. liked the charm of the house without it being scary old. Room had a fireplace for ambiance.
5 on November 27, 2007
Look no further than the Azalea Inn for your stay in Savannah! The staff at the Azalea will ensure that your stay is the best in town. I fell in love with this place and can not wait to return!!
5 on November 18, 2007
Staying at the Azalea Inn was truly wonderful. Everything was outstanding. We most enjoyed the gourmet breakfasts served each morning.
3.6 on November 17, 2007
What wonderful hospitaliy by the innkeepers. And a delightful atmosphere 11/07
5 on November 12, 2007
Spent 3 nites here, loved the ambiance. Beautiful rooms, interesting guests, very personal service. Fantastic southern breakfasts, and appetizers with wine at 5. Highly recommended.
2.6 on November 04, 2007
We enjoyed our stay but were alittle dissapointed. The home is very old but needed some real freshening up. Our room was small.curtains dusty,very old worn rug,tiles broken in bathroom. The innkeepers and staff was very nice. We enjoyed 5pm wine and snacks but breakfast was too heavy and with no options. Some fruit,yogurt and lighter options would be nice. Its a walk from downtown,farther than we thought.Downtown needs a facelift too.Great restaurants,beautiful old buildings and nice riverfront.
5 on November 01, 2007
Innkeeper, Teresa makes you feel welcome as soon as you walk in the door. Beautiful room with all the extras. Great Breakfast, evening wine (or sherry) with "munchies" & evening sweets. Met several guests at breakfast and cocktail hour, a perk with a smaller Inn. Would love to re-visit soon!
5 on October 28, 2007
My husband and I stayed at the Azalea Inn for our 15th wedding anniversary and had such a wonderful time we did not want to leave. Usually we are ready to come home to see the kids but we could have stayed at the Inn for-well-ever! The food was unbelievable-I can't wait to try the recipe that they shared with me. And we miss Joey! We are MOST DEFINATELY going back!
5 on October 27, 2007
My sisters and I met in Savannah in October 2007 and stayed four glorious nights at the Azalea Inn. We felt so at home. The breakfasts were so yummy and so delightfully presented, not to mention scrumpious. There was a different taste treat each day. Terri was so hospitable. She gave great directions and opninion about what to do and what to see. She even lent us a blanket for the Sunday, "Picnic in the Park". Well worth the cost.
4.6 on October 25, 2007
I had the opportunity to stay in Savannah for a conference and decided to take a couple of extra days to stay and see the sites. I stayed those two nights at the Azalia Inn and it was wonderful!!! I got to stay in to different rooms which was really fun. Each room has it's own special charm. The food, service, staff and owners made this an exceptional stay. I would highly recomend this inn if you are going to visit any time soon. I liked that the inn was smaller so you got to meet and talk to others that were staying there both at the wine and cheese hour and at breakfast. It was also nice that there is a pool in the back yard. So calming and restful. I loved it!!
4.6 on October 11, 2007
The Inn is lovely. The food was fantastic. The wine and cheese and the "sweets" at the end of the evening were a very special touch. This was our 3rd time staying at a B&B. The other 2 were okay, but these people know what they are doing! When visiting Savannah, in my opinion, this B&B is a MUST!!
5 on October 03, 2007
I am ashamed it has taken me this long to get to this! We hosted our wedding and rehersal dinner here in June. With Teresa's recommendations and help we planned this in ONE weekend visit! It was beautiful. Jake, Teresa and staff were wonderful. We actually rented the entire place so we kept them pretty busy! Even with everyone there (all 80!) they were the perfect hosts! We could not have asked for more. I even think after all of this they are still going to let us come back! Enjoy your stay there, they will make it very easy!
5 on September 24, 2007
The rooms were magnificent, the food amazing, and the inn keepers were out of this world. I think EVERYONE should stay at the Azalea Inn at least once.
5 on June 08, 2007
The moment we walked in the door we felt like we were coming home. The staff is warm, accommodating and fun! Breakfast each morning was a delightful anticipation, could they top the previous day? Wine hour is beyond what you can expect elsewhere, no cream cheese and cocktail sauce here - how about smoked salmon on rye with a caraway mayo drizzle? or perhaps the Stilton and carmelized onion on a pizza crust triangle. Be aware you may leave a few pounds heavier. The puppies are adorable, and so different from each other. Ben loves the pool and anyone who will throw his toy, though Joey is the friendliest with Kacy coming in a close second. Can't wait to return.
4.4 on June 07, 2007
Inn is exceptionally well kept, from curb appeal to interior decor, very pleased. Food was good, wine and cheese hour was great, late evening treats were wonderful. However, the service was the greatest aspect of the Inn: from the first greeting, to making reservations and suggestions, to making you feel warm and very welcome. Highly recommend a stay here.