The Mansion on Forsyth Park, Kessler Collection in Savannah, Georgia, is proudly announcing its new status as an independent boutique hotel. Previously under the Marriott Autograph Collection, the hotel plans to provide a new level of amenities, elevated service and luxury experiences to its guests.
This luxurious AAA Four Diamond Mansion on Forsyth Park overlooks Savannah’s largest and most historic square and embodies a Victorian Romanesque mansion. The hotel features a rare Bösendorfer piano in the lounge, curated artwork, a historic hat collection, a Carriage Wine Cellar and much more.
The Kessler Collection is committed to providing unique experiences for its guests and is rolling out some special ones for the Mansion on Forsyth Park such as bath bombs and bath salts, along with high-quality skin care products; a Personal Pool Specialist available during the heat of Savannah’s summer and offering poolside cocktail service, towel rolling and sunglass cleaning; delicious Afternoon Tea Service; and much more.
Don’t miss out on the hotel’s popular restaurant, 700 Drayton, which will feature a newly designed menu of Southern coastal delicacies with a new twist on classic local dishes — if you aren’t into crowds, make sure to reserve the space for an intimate dining experience.
For more information on Mansion on Forsyth Park and other Kessler Collection properties, visit The Kessler Collection’s website.
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