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Over The Westin Savannah Harbor Golf Resort & Spa
De stad Savannah is wereldwijd bekend om de ‘southern charm’ en gastvrijheid. Het is een stad vol geschiedenis; het oude centrum is dan ook de grootste historische wijk in de Verenigde Staten. Het hotel is gelegen aan de Savannah River, het centrum van Savannah is binnen 2 minuten met de pont te bereiken. Bij het hotel ligt een hoog aangeschreven 18-holes golfcourse, een spa en een buitenzwembad met uitzicht over de Savannah River. De standaard kamers zijn zeer luxe en beschikken over de zeer comfortabele bedden, waar de Westin-hotels bekend om staan.
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KamerbeschrijvingenRun of House
Beschikbare kamer bij boeking.
Alle kamers zijn voorzien van LCD televisie, telefoon, iPod wekker radio, internet, kluisje, koffiezetfaciliteiten, strijkplank en -ijzer, föhn en badkamer met bad/douche.
Het hotel is gelegen aan de Savannah River, het centrum van Savannah is binnen 2 minuten met de pont te bereiken.
• 2 Restaurants
• 18-holes golfbaan
De oude havenstad Savannah in de zuidelijke staat Georgia heeft een prachtig gerestaureerd historisch centrum. De sfeer is hier absoluut ‘Southern’. Veel mensen bezoeken Savannah onderweg tussen Charleston en Orlando.
"Beautiful Resort, Unexpected Issues"
I took an Uber from the airport and the ride was $25 for a 27 minute ride. I arrived at the resort at 2:50 PM. They had a room available but said if I was willing to wait a little bit, they would have the Presidential Suite cleaned and ready and it would be available to me because of my Platinum status upgrade. I agreed to wait. Come 4 PM, the standard hotel check-in time, I checked back with the front desk to find out it was not ready. I asked to speak to be manager who looked into the matter. He said it would be ready soon and offered me 750 points for waiting. Honestly, itâ€™s a low point offering in my opinion, but I accepted. About another 15-20 minutes after I spoke with him, the room was ready. The points he promised me have yet to show up in my account. Also, upon checking in, as a Platinum member, you can choose between an extra 500 points or a continental breakfast. I asked if the continental breakfast included any hot food and she said no it would be extra. Honestly, itâ€™s ridiculous, that as a Platinum member, they donâ€™t even include hot food in the breakfast option. For what they charge for a night at the hotel, it should definitely be included. As I was getting into bed that evening, I pulled back the comforter only to realize there was no sheet covering the mattress pad. It was just a mattress pad with a sheet and comforter on top. I called down and spoke to the front desk who told me they donâ€™t use fitted sheets on the mattress. I donâ€™t think she grasped what I was trying to relay that there was no sheet at all. So my choice was either sleep on the bare mattress pad, or lay the sheet down and have no sheet between me and the mattress pad. No exactly a winning choice either way. ROOM (1331/1333-Presidential Suite) My room was upgraded due to my Platinum status. I had a beautiful view of the harbor. The room was large and clean. There was a king bed and one night stand, sofa chair, desk and chair, dresser, mini fridge, closet with hangers, iron and board, a safe for valuables, TV and clock. The thermostat worked well. There were 11 outlets available for electronics. There was an exit to a balcony with chairs and a table. There was a bathroom with a toilet, shower/bathtub combination, sink with countertop space, mirror with integrated TV, and a hairdryer. There was a closable door that departed the sleeping room from the rest of the suite. There was a couch, 2 sofa chairs, TV, dining table and five chairs, desk and chair, clock, an exit to another balcony with chairs and a table. There was another thermostat and 15 more outlets available for electronics. The kitchen area had countertops, sink, microwave, wine cooler, mini fridge, ice maker, dishwasher, and silverware. There was a second bathroom that was the same as the first. POOL I could see the pool from my window and it looked great but I did not have a chance to use it. GYM/SPA/TENNIS/GOLF The facilities are right offsite from the hotel. You can take a shuttle, borrow a bike, or simply walk the 5 minutes. The gym was moderately sized and had some variety. There was dumbbells 5-50 pounds, kettle bells 1-35 pounds, 2 benches, 2 speed bicycles, 3 stationary bicycles, 3 ellipticals, 3 treadmills, leg curl machine, leg extensions machine, cable machine, chest press machine, shoulder press machine, medicine balls and exercise balls. I did not use the spa, tennis courts, or golf course. OVERALL Overall I had high expeditions for this resort. If it was not for the extended wait time for the room, the cheap breakfast option, and the missing sheet on the bed, the review would show a greater score. I was also promised points for an inconvenience that were never delivered. The resort looks beautiful, and seems to have much to offer. If nothing else, you can take the ferry across the harbor, for free, to the restaurants and shops. I would consider staying here again to give them a chance at redeeming themselves.
"Dirty rooms and poor housekeeping - inconvenient location"
We stayed here for 5 nights because we were attending a conference at the hotel. The housekeeping was basically non-existent as they only gave us towels on one night. We had to grab some off a cart in the hallway once and otherwise just used the same ones. They didn't even bother to provide more toilet paper or soap. The room was not very clean and the bathroom was disgusting. Our friend in a different room had moldy food left in his refrigerator and a cockroach on the bathroom counter. If we were not at the conference, I would never recommend staying here because it is across the river from the city and it is not convenient to take the ferry boats as they are on a 30 minute schedule. When staying at the "resort" there are no other food options except eating at the hotel unless you want to cross the river. I would never recommend this hotel and was really disappointed in staying at the Westin.
"Spa Experience So Worth It!"
My wife and I purchased a couples massage with soaking tub. Renee was my wifeâ€™s masseuse. She was so please with her pressure and attention to an aching neck. Katie Raines was my masseuse and she was simply AMAZING!!! Her style and efficient movements made me feel like I was getting a much longer massage. Her effective treatment of my target area was nothing short of extraordinary!! I am so grateful for this experience. Thank you ladies!!
"No sleep in my heavenly bed"
Warning this was a long review....because it was a LONG three nights at the Westin, I want to give a caveat before I begin this review. I was upset about my accommodations before I even arrived in Savannah. We had a three day event at the convention center. It was a busy weekend and the hotels in the Historic District were charging a premium. I finally gave in and booked the Westin for the convenience of being near the convention center. And two days before we arrived for our non-refundable reservation, the venue for our event was changed to Midtown. The other HUGE problem I had was not realizing the hotel had DOUBLE beds. I feel like Iâ€™ve been very negative in my reviews lately. Iâ€™m going to try to start with the positive things about the Weston Savannah Harbor. 1. The lobby and grounds are tasteful and attractive. 2. The view of River Street is pretty. 3. The location is convenient IF you need to be at the convention center. 4. It smells really good inside. 5. The staff were (almost) all great. But the devil is in the details so to speak. I try to consider the level of hotel Iâ€™m staying at when I write a review. I expect a lot less of an inexpensive hotel and the more I pay, the more I expect. For me I guess the Westin is a mid-range hotel. But with this class of hotel I feel like you are paying for everything BUT the room. However, the room is what I personally am staying for. If you want a spa, restaurants and bars, golf, room service etc. the Westin offers these things. I only care about having a clean comfortable room in a convenient location. My review is based on that. The room we had was ok. It was tasteful. But it was showing some wear. The bathroom was small and with a regular size tub with a curtain and shower head. Most places, even the low-price hotels have LARGE walk in glass showers these days. Even though the Weston would not have been my first choice I was excited about the â€œheavenly bedâ€. However I missed an important detail....the heavenly beds in double rooms are DOUBLE beds. I thought only toddlers slept on double beds. My husband and I were traveling with our 13 year old. I didnâ€™t want to spent 1400 for three nights so she could have her own room. Usually the 3 of us can share a room no problem. But two adults on a double bed is a nightmare (unless you are dating). I had a miserable night falling off my bed on night one. Night two I slept on an air mattress that I had to buy because they didnâ€™t have any rollaway beds. Night three-my husband got the air mattress. If you are two people in a room you will have a much better experience. That is unless you have 6 drunk College of Charleston boys yelling, stumbling, and banging on doors in your hallway at midnight (and for a few hours into the wee hours of the morning). The walls (really the doors) are so â€œthinâ€ you can hear every footstep in the halls. Normal talking can be disruptive. Kids being kids is really loud and annoying. And guys cussing and banging on doors -well it sounded like they were in the room with us and I was wearing ear plugs. It took almost 45 min before security came up to quiet them. Parking wasnâ€™t ideal. Initially I was lead to believe parking was covered in your â€œresort feeâ€ but we were told that policy was changed on January 1. Now you have to pay 15 dollars to park and additional 5 for covered parking. I paid 30 dollars a night to park in central Paris...it is ridiculous to pay 20 dollars to park on a remote island. I will include a view of the hotel from our parking spot. The Weston wasnâ€™t convenient as I thought. You are on an island across from the Historic District. Itâ€™s fun to take the free ferry over to River Street and walk around (once or twice). But it isnâ€™t exactly quick or convenient. The ferry comes about every 30 minutesâ€¦.so keep that in mind. I donâ€™t really want to eat hotel food when Iâ€™m in a great food city like Savannah. But getting to anything was tricky and time consuming. And over here on the island you arenâ€™t close to anything. I wanted a bottle of whole milk for my daughter. The Starbucks didnâ€™t have any. The hotel shop seemed to be closed (the Girl was on break a lot) anytime we needed something. There are no groceries or gas stations nearby. So, if you have lots of time this might not be a problem for you...but we needed a quick lunch between events at th convention cneter and there were really no good options. This hotel charges a resort fee daily. There is an info card in your room that tells you what you get for that fee. If you happen to walk through the lobby at the right time you might get a tiny drink like a 2 oz mimosa or wine-but it would be just as easy to miss these quick random offerings.
"Lovely property; easy access to historic Savannah as well as Charleston "
We mainly used the hotel as a home base, exploring Charleston, historic Savannah, the Low Country, and the areas surrounding Savannah. The hotel is a lovely property. I always judge a hotel on its beds/pillows/duvets, and their bathrooms. This Westin scores a 10 on comfortable beds, pillows, and duvets... really wonderful!! The bathroom is very ordinary, functional, and utilitarian. Nothing special. Iâ€™d give it a 5. When you ask for a room, go ahead and pay the extra $20 for the river view!! The Savannah River is a passageway for HUGE Oceangoing cargo ships and it is simply amazing to see them pass by the room so close, and to see two pass one another right in front if your room.... amazing! They have a lovely outdoor hardscape patio area which has numerous gathering areas: the pool area, fountain areas, many small outdoor fireplaces, and various lounging areas. Itâ€™s nice to grab a latte and a good book and get comfy with a seat by the river! They even have a great â€œChefâ€™s gardenâ€ of herbs growing in this lovely sitting area. Good for the kitchen and the ambiance! We didnâ€™t ear any meals at the hotel (I donâ€™t count the Starbucks spinach-ricotta croissant) since we went intoSavannah to try restaurants or drove to Charleston. Enjoy!
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