About The Historic Marshall House Hotel in Savannah
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The Unique Story of The Historic Marshall House Savannah

Few hotels in Savannah can compare to the elegance and charm of The Marshall House, one of Savannah's oldest hotels. The Marshall House has been named one of the "Best of Savannah" hotels several times, and is consistently among the top ranked hotels on TripAdvisor. Part of the allure of the hotel is it remaining original features including authentic nineteenth-century doors, windows, railings, moldings, and high ceilings. 

How It All Began

In 1851, Gabriel Leaver, a French cabinetmaker and father of businesswoman Mary Marshall, built the four-story Marshall House in Savannah. It served as a hospital for soldiers toward the end of the Civil War, and during two yellow fever epidemics. Because the building was use as a hospital during these difficult times, the hotel joins Savannah in enjoying a fun, haunted reputation.  Our History

The hotel was closed from 1895-1899. It then operated on and off as a hotel until 1957, when it closed its doors.

Revitalizing the Treasure of Historic Savannah

In 1999, the property was fully restored and reopened with original features, including authentic 19th century doors, windows, railings, moldings, and tall ceilings. Some rooms have antique claw-foot tubs and Broughton Balcony King Rooms offer access to a wrought-iron balcony, which was reconstructed to replicate the building's original veranda of the early 1900s, through floor-to-ceiling windows.

Centrally located in the Heart of the Historic District

This unique, 68-room hotel on Broughton Street boasts a central location in the heart of Savannah's historic district.  Walk five minutes in one direction, and you're on River Street. Head out in another, and you’ll find yourself in the hustle and bustle of City Market. Savannah's famous squares, historic homes, and top local evening venues are all within walking distance.

Walking Distance from The Marshall House in Savannah:

  • Lucas Theater — One Block
  • Trustees — One Block
  • Theater — One Block
  • Owens-Thomas House — Two Blocks
  • River Street — Three Blocks
  • Davenport House — Three Blocks
  • Colonial Park Cemetery — Four Blocks
  • City Market — Five Blocks
  • Cathedral of St. John the Baptist — Eight Blocks
  • SCAD Administration Building — Nine Blocks
  • Forsyth Park — 14 Blocks