Plan Your Stay With The Gastonian
THERE ARE SO MANY THINGS TO DO IN SAVANNAH
As you plan your visit to Savannah in these current times, you're probably wondering what's open, what's closed, and what you can see and do in Savannah right now. It's a quickly evolving situation, but we can assure you, there's lots to see and do in our beautiful city. We've joined many businesses in Savannah in signing the Savannah Safe Pledge and we're looking forward to sharing Savannah with you.
What's There to Do in Savannah Right Now?
With all of Savannah's beautiful squares and parks open for walking, social distancing in Savannah is a breeze. Many of our most often recommended sites are open for tours, including The Cathedral of St. John the Baptist, Wormsloe Historic Site, Bonaventure Cemetery, and the American Prohibition Museum. The beaches of Tybee Island are open to the public.
Our favorite tour company, Old Savannah Tours, is open for business with a special $28 tour that should be a definite on your must-do list. If you prefer a walking tour, we like Noble Jones Tours.
Where to Eat?
Many of our restaurants are open, offering dine-in services with precautions like social distancing, limited seating, and staff wearing masks. Some of our favorite places open for dine-in service are: The Olde Pink House, Alligator Soul, Kayak Kafe, Debi's Restaurant on Bay (inside East Bay Inn), and The Crab Shack on Tybee. Leopold's Ice Cream on Broughton Street is open (with limited hours) with a full ice cream menu. As restaurant openings are evolving quickly, check out Visit Savannah's ongoing list of restaurant openings.
Where to Drink?
Savannah's bars began re-opening June 1, and of course, our our to-go cup culture is alive and well. Enjoy the outdoor air while sipping on your favorite beverage as long as it's enjoyed in a plastic cup that's 16 oz or less. Also, as a guest at The Gastonian, you'll enjoy a complimentary wine reception each evening, and wine is available for purchase to enjoy in your room.