This inviting hideaway is the essence of Southern hospitality. The Alida features custom furnishings, original designs and local craftwork, and captures a city at the intersection of historic, antebellum America and modern life.
Get to know the rich history of the burgeoning River Street neighborhood through a hotel that offers guests unparalleled access to Savannah’s local artists, makers and thinkers.
Rooms at The Alida come with a thoughtful mix of residential furnishings and timeless décor. Full of custom creations, no two rooms are quite the same, but oversized windows in every room afford exceptional views of the historic city.
Dining is warm and welcoming. Rhett is a classic American kitchen and gathering spot serving American staples that feel familiar, like a home-cooked meal. The lively Pool Bar is the city’s newest hangout for cocktails and good times. Or head upstairs to The Lost Square, a rooftop bar inspired by Savannah’s long-lost communal wards.
Macabre and modern, Savannah is known for its old mansions, scenic graveyards, and ghost tours, as well as its energetic music and arts scene. Stroll through the Historic District for views of classic brick buildings with intricate wrought-iron verandas or the iconic drooping oak trees laced with Spanish moss. On the banks of the Wilmington River sits a marker of bygone Savannah, the darkly beautiful Bonaventure Cemetery. Sample the city's thriving arts scene by browsing at ShopSCAD, a store featuring art and furniture by the students and faculty at Savannah's College of Art and Design, or perusing the collection at Roots Up Gallery, which uplifts work of local amateur artists.
The Fine Print
* Expires: 12/31/2021
* For use with new bookings only
* Bookings with credits must be made directly with the hotel
* Can be applied towards best available rate
* Credits apply to reservation total, including tax and on-property spend
* Non-refundable but transferable to anyone
* Full balance of credit must be used when redeemed