Cotton Sail Hotel, Savannah, Georgia – Review

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Earth tones predominated throughout, complementing the brick. A small sitting area with a sofa and side table was near the balcony.  But the best feature of the room was the river view, especially at night. Since the rear of the hotel sits on the historic 18th century cobblestoned River Street, views of the Savannah River were simply unparalleled. Who needs the 42” flatscreen on the wall when such options are present?

The bath area included a large, walk-in shower but not tub and, while counter space was tight for two, a little bit of coordination made it work.

Something I noticed shortly after settling in was that the building and rooms were not square as the structure was built, following the line of the river.



A large wooden writing desk provided ample room for work and power outlets for charging devices were conveniently accessible. It was paired with an ergonomic chair that was in need of a floor mat as it moved too easily away from the desk when in use. Internet was fast and free.

The Cotton Sail has one meeting room – also with river views – capable of seating 50 to 130 people, depending on how the room is configured, and the rooftop deck can be used for events as well.


The Cotton Sail has a small gym with new cardio equipment. It’s important to note that Savannah is a walking city (I probably average four to five miles a day during my visits here) and the hotel is perfectly situated in the historic district. One may stroll along River Street, explore the historic district, or take a walking tour of the city’s haunted houses.

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