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Marshall House Accolades

Through the years, The Marshall House has been featured in numerous publications and shows.

Awards, Accolades, & Media Mentions

We're pleased to have been recognized in the following publications and industry benchmarks:

  • Featured in Huff Post article: "6 Hotels with Super Disturbing Pasts" — April 2015
  • Named "10 Best: Most Haunted Spots in the USA!" by USA Today — October 2014
  • Named "10 Most Haunted Spots in the USA" by 11 Alive Atlanta — October 2014
  • Voted "Best Boutique Hotel" in Savannah by Readers of Savannah Magazine — October 2014
  • TODAY Recommended for July 4 Family Vacations
  • Expedia Insider's Select – 2012 & 2014
  • TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence — 2012, 2013, & 2014 Winner
  • WeddingWire Couple's Choice Awards — 2014
  • Featured in Ladies' Home Journal's Insider's Guide to Savannah, Georgia — April 2013
  • Haunted Hotels Provide the Perfect October Getaway: — October 2011
  • Awarded "Diamond Collection" Member Status with
  • Featured on the Travel Channel's Great Hotels with Samantha Brown
  • Awarded "Best Hotel" by Connect Savannah's Best of Savannah — "This beautifully restored piece of old Broughton Street history has charmed thousands of tourists and locals alike." — 2005 & 2014
  • Resorts & Great Hotels Award — 2001
  • Preservation Award by the Georgia Trust for Historic Preservation — 2000
  • Preservation Award by the Historic Savannah Foundation — 1999


Hotel Publicity

Featured on the Travel Channel's Great Hotels Television Series

Samantha Brown, host of The Travel Channel's Great Hotels, is well-known for touring some of the country's finest hotels. For the show, Samantha visited The Marshall House, and stayed in one of the hotel's Broughton Balcony Rooms, which features a classic Savannah balcony overlooking Broughton Street.

Southern Living

"The Classic: Marshall House — The story goes that Mary Marshall's father, a French cabinetmaker, built the Marshall House in 1851 as Savannah's first hotel, before it was seized by Union troops to use as a hospital during the Civil War. Today, the restored 68-room inn is a luxury landmark on Broughton Street with its green shutters and 16-bay wrought-iron veranda."