The Planters Inn in Savannah has a problem with theft. On a recent stay (10/2/2012), I used their valet parking service. My car was broken into, ransacked, and personal items were stolen, including a lap-top computer, GPS, and cell phone. The car showed no signs of forced entry and the alarm never went off, and so I conclude that it was either deliberately or carelessly left unlocked. This was apparently not a rare occurence; the hotel manager told me that I would “probably find my discarded suitcase abandoned somewhere near my car in the garage” (which he did), and the police told me that they “have a problem” with this type of crime. The hotel refunded my room charge but took no responsibility for the theft, even though it was their employee who parked my car and had the key. Because of such negligence, I would discourage anyone from staying at the Planters Inn.
Savannah, GA 31401
United States of America
Innkeeper(s): Marc Friday
Circa 1913. Offering a thoroughly modern experience, this original boutique hotel boasts upscale amenities and sophisticated features. Planters Inn on Reynolds Square graces the historic Landmark District of downtown Savannah, Georgia. Gather for a nightly wine and cheese reception in the guest lobby. Select a spacious guest room with tasteful period décor, and a balcony or a fireplace. Plush robes and nightly turndown service enhance the pampered feeling. Read the weekday newspaper and savor an expanded continental breakfast. A business center makes work-related tasks easier. Access to the local health club is an added bonus for staying in shape. Concierge service is provided, and dining, shopping and attractions are nearby. Ask about specials and packages available.
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