Area Attractions

Indulge in a rich downtown culture that includes guided tours, ghost walks, museums, sightseeing cruises and historic parks. Soak up the sun with gorgeous golf courses designed by legendary players like Arnold Palmer, or simply stick to River Street. This famous strip full of exceptional shopping, dining and entertainment is a part of our address. Popular attractions like Tybee Island are half an hour away, and our spectacular pool and fitness center have any guest covered that wants to stay active without leaving the premises.





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Hyatt Regency Savannah

2 W. Bay Street
Savannah, Georgia, United States of America, 31401



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Popular Attractions

River Street

Gain unbeatable access to this iconic strip of shops, restaurants, pubs and clubs from Hyatt Regency Savannah. Everything is within walking distance—even the north bank of the river when you catch a local ferry.

Savannah Riverboat Cruises

Step aboard the Georgia Queen or River Queen for narrated sightseeing tours of the river, which also include exclusive options like moonlight or entertainment cruises.

Ghost City Tours

Explore historic haunts by foot with Ghost City Tours. Colonial Park Cemetery is everyone’s favorite spot on this spooky walk through Old Savannah.

Old Town Trolley Tour Savannah

Visitors would do well to learn about the city from this famous 15 stop route. 100 sites are spotlighted by knowledgeable, informative guides.

Art + Culture

Telfair Museums

With a single admission fee, guests can explore all three venues that range from classic to contemporary art. Two of these sites are National Historic Landmarks.

Davenport House Museum

Like many of Savannah’s old homes and historic estates, Davenport House has been turned into a fun, family-friendly museum.

Savannah Theatre

Savannah Theatre will be turning 200 in 2018. One of the oldest, steadily-operating theatres in the country features award-winning performers and spectacular stage productions.

Parks + Recreation

Forsyth Park

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30 acres of the historic district are contained in Forsyth, the largest park in Savannah. Take your photo in front of iconic sites like Forsyth Fountain or the Confederate Monument.

Johnson Square

Johnson Square is the first of its kind, the largest square in Savannah, and the closest to Hyatt Regency Savannah—within walking distance.

Colonial Park Cemetery

These burial grounds are home to many of the city’s earliest citizens and regularly offer ghost tours through the cemetery at night.

Monterey Square

This is one of Savannah’s most well-known squares since it holds Jim Williams’ home from the classic novel “Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil.”

Day Trips

Tybee Island

Considered the best beach Georgia has to offer, Tybee boasts deep sea charters, abundant fishing & one of the last colonial-era lighthouses in the country. Use this island to reach beaches only accessible by water, like those on Wassaw Island.

Hilton Head Island

Choose from 24 world-class golf courses on this small 12 x 5-mile-wide island. Hilton Head also offers over 250 dining options for guests that need to recharge after touring old heritage buildings or browsing upscale shops.


Broughton Street

Classy boutiques and upscale shopping dominate Broughton. It’s not uncommon to find local designers walking past stores like DC2 Design, James Gunn, Nickie Grace and Hilton Decker, 24e, Clipper Trading Company and Zia Boutique.

Savannah City Market

One of the longest-running open-air markets in the country, with shops, restaurants and local art housed in renovated buildings.

River Street Market Place

Watch the giant ships roll by as you shop in a replica 1800’s marketplace, featuring international food and souvenirs within walking distance of our hotel.

Tanger Outlet Savannah

Experience high end shopping outside of the Historic District. From clothes, to accessories, to apparel, you're bound to find a treasure to bring home with you.

Festivals + Events

Savannah Rock ‘n’ Roll Marathon

Starting at City Hall and finishing at Forsyth Park, runners get to experience Savannah’s historic squares and parks up-close this November.

First Friday Fireworks

An eye-catching, breathtaking fireworks display by the Savannah River on the first Friday of every month, starting at 9:30 p.m.

River Street Seafood Festival

Fresh seafood and live music are within walking distance of our hotel in this classic May festival. Visit one of the longest-running events on River Street.

Bacon Fest

Everyone’s favorite food gets the recognition it deserves with a two-day festival on River Street. Many local restaurants come together to create clever bacon concoctions.