The Luxury The modern boutique AVIA Savannah burst onto the scene in January 2009 with a brand-new building in the citys historic district. The 151 sleek rooms and suites have 9-foot ceilings, minibars stocked by upscale provisioner Dean & Deluca, and free Wi-Fi. Though late fall is a bit chilly for swimming outdoors, a spacious second-floor terrace offers an excellent lounging space around an outdoor pool and a fire pit. AVIA Kitchen serves a hip take on Southern cuisine, while the AVIA Lounge wine bar is an ideal place to while away an evening.The Value Just for our readers, AVIA is offering 25 percent off room rates (which are normally $169/night or more in the fall), plus a $50 dining credit at Kitchen or Lounge through December 30.
The Catch There are no nonstop flights to Savannah from most of the western U.S.
For general trip-planning information, see our Savannah Travel Guide.