Charleston and Savannah Road Trip

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Charleston and Savannah Road Trip

A Low Country Road Trip to Charleston and Savannah is perfect any time of the year, but Fall and cooler weather brings a new inspiration to hit the road and head to the Low Country. Charleston and Savannah are the two jewels of the area.  Both have history, spectacular architecture, Southern charm, friendly residents, great tours and fabulously delicious Southern cuisine.

What makes this road trip special is the chance to take your fur baby along with you.  Hotel Emeline  in Charleston and the Alida Hotel in Savannah are both pet friendly and welcome your pet with open arms, treats and love.  It’s great to find hotels that are not only pet friendly, but love having them for a stay, just as much as they welcome and love having you as their guest.

The Hotel Emeline has the feel of coming home.  The lobby, which is styled as a living room, has large oversized sofas, comfy spacious chairs where you can relax, read a book, or meet new friends.  And, while you’re there the vintage record players will get your attention.  Check out the albums and a favorite song; maybe a little walk down memory lane will help you ease into your day.

Step outside the door and there’s City Market, ready for you to start one of the best traditions when visiting Charleston.  Shop, chat, eat and experience the Charleston culture.  Next on your list is a carriage ride or a tour of the city.  There is so much to see and do in Charleston, you’re just getting started.

A top stop that you don’t want to miss is Drayton Hall.  An Antebellum home and gardens preserved just as it was in the 1800’s.  This historical site brings to life the families who called it home.

Head over to Savannah to the Alida Hotel, check in and you’re ready to explore the Savannah Squares.  Take your pup along, he/she will love the walks through the parks.  With historical homes, courtyards, horse and carriages, Live Oaks trees draped in Spanish Moss lining the street, you’ll feel as though you’re in a wonderland.  Take it all in, because when you return to your hotel, The Lost Square will be waiting for you.  It’s there to be found at the Alida Hotel on the roof and it is absolutely the perfect way to have a beverage and a quick bite before heading to your room.  Or maybe you’re heading to your poolside cabana.  You’re in the perfect location to experience all the Savannah trending spots.

Your road trip is extra special at each hotel with a $50 dinner credit, free valet parking and the perfect spot to experience Southern Hospitality first hand.

On the show, you’ll hear so much more about each hotel and their Road Trip special offer, things to do and places to eat.

Visit the websites to start planning your trip.
www.Visit Savannah
Fort Moultrie

The Alida Hotel and Hotel Emeline

Charleston and Savanah Road TripOversized windows in your room at the Alida Hotel in Savannah


Charleston and Savannah Road TripOpen doors welcome you to The Alida!


Charleston and Savannah Road TripSpend time at the pool at The Alida Hotel


Charleston and Savannah Road TripThis stately entrance says welcome, come on in to Hotel Emeline.


Charleston and Savannah Road TripThe lobby – it’s really a living room, with oversized sofas, chairs and a vintage record player at Hotel Emeline.


Charleston and Savannah Road TripTo all the Instagram lovers. You will find “Instagram ready” spots all over Hotel Emeline. Bring your best smile.


Charleston and Savannah Road TripVintage record player in my room! Love this about Hotel Emeline.


Charleston and Savannah Road TripFireside with your friends at Hotel Emeline. Invite them over to this cozy spot.


Charleston and SavannahDelicious pizza at Frannie and the Fox!


Charleston and Savannah Road Trip
Charleston and Savannah Road TripThe Angel Oak Tree. Look at those branches.


Drayton Hall


Once the home of enslaved workers at Drayton Hall.


Charleston and Savannah Road Trip
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1 Comment

  1. Don Davies

    I just can’t wait for my next road trip and vacation to Savannah and visit the beach there of course! Thanks to your blog, I already have a picture of what I want to do their once I arrive! I’m already looking for a place to stay and I’m really excited! Thanks again for sharing such a wonderful article!


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