Stay minutes from SCAD at our hotel in Midtown Savannah
Experience an affordable Lowcountry getaway when you choose the Country Inn & Suites by Radisson, Savannah Midtown, GA, just a few miles southwest of downtown Savannah. Travel a short distance to the city’s grand Historic District, and then stroll the well-preserved squares to view classic 18th- and 19th-century architecture and notable sites from the Civil War. Visiting family or students? Our hotel is less than three miles from Hunter Army Airfield and close to Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD), Savannah State University, and Georgia Southern University Armstrong Campus.
When you return to the hotel, help yourself to hot coffee as you pass through the lobby or enjoy a relaxing dip in our heated indoor pool or hot tub. If you want to keep up your health routine while in town, visit our fitness center for an invigorating workout. You can fill up on a variety of items at our free, hot breakfast and stay on budget with free parking during your stay.
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Just 15 minutes outside of downtown Savannah, our location makes it easy for guests to shop at City Market or tour the Historic District. In town to visit colleges? We’re conveniently near three local universities, including Savannah College of Art and Design. History buffs can experience the area’s rich past, including cannon firings and interactive programs at Old Fort Jackson, and families can have some fun in the sun at Tybee Island, just a short drive away. Make sure to visit these exciting cultural sites during your stay:
Our hotel is located less than 15 minutes from I-516 near the heart of historic Savannah. We are less than half an hour from Savannah/Hilton Head International Airport (SAV) via GA-21 S and I-516 E and 15 minutes from Savannah Station via I-516 E. For easy ways to get around town, rent bicycles, ride the free DOT express shuttle, or take in waterfront views from the Savannah Belles Ferry. For a romantic way to see the “Hostess City of the South,” you can book a carriage tour.