The Marshall House

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Located in the heart of Savanna's Historic District and built in 1851, this Georgia boutique hotel offers an on-site restaurant and free WiFi. The Savannah College of Art Design is 12 minutes' walk away.

The 45 Bistro Restaurant serves a varied menu for dinner in an elegant atmosphere. Before dinner in the restaurant, guests can have a cocktail in the lounge. A deluxe breakfast is available for a fee.

Guests can enjoy a free weekend newspaper or wine and cheese Sunday through Thursday in the library at this Georgia Marshall House. A 24-hour business center is available for added convenience.

A flat-screen cable TV and a small refrigerator are included in all rooms at The Marshall House. Guest rooms also feature a decorative fireplace and a private bath with a pedestal sink.

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Built in 1851, The Marshall House Hotel on Broughton Street is one of the oldest hotels in the city of Savannah. When you hear its history, it's no wonder that the building is known to be haunted.

The hotel was converted into a hospital during the Civil War and continued to be used as a hospital during yellow fever epidemics. When the hotel was going through restorations in the 1990s, workers reported finding human remains in what was once a surgery room. With that kind of history and all the paranormal sightings, it's no wonder this is a popular destination for ghost hunters.