The Luxury Collection Debuts Its First Ever Hotel In Savannah, Georgia
The Luxury Collection Hotels & Resorts, part of Marriott International, has announced with its partner Flank, a New York City-based design and development firm, that Perry Lane Hotel Savannah is now open and accepting reservations. Nestled among ardent squares in the heart of the city’s Historic District, Perry Lane Hotel is The Luxury Collection’s first hotel in Savannah, offering travellers a contemporary luxury experience in a destination steeped in rich history.
“The opening of Perry Lane Hotel is a significant milestone for The Luxury Collection, marking the brand’s debut in Savannah and showcasing our commitment to delivering authentic experiences to global explorers in the most coveted destinations in North America and around the world,” said Anthony Ingham, Global Brand Leader, The Luxury Collection. “Perry Lane Hotel brings to life Savannah’s roots in an indigenous way, and we are delighted to become a part of this iconic city’s vibrant culture.”
Built to mirror the aesthetic of Savannah’s traditional manor houses, Perry Lane Hotel balances a modern sophistication with the beautiful heritage and culture of Georgia’s first city. Under the interior design direction of Flank, Perry Lane Hotel reflects the culturally-rich destination of Savannah as a major port city in the 18th and 19th centuries and embodies the vibe of an authentic manor house.
“Throughout this exciting process we knew that Perry Lane Hotel was going to offer our guests a rich sense of place at every turn,” said Jon Kully, Managing Partner of Flank and Owner of Perry Lane Hotel. “Now we open our doors, offering explorers and collectors a place to discover all that makes Savannah one of the most sought-after destinations in the country.”
Residential design elements and rich textures decorate the hotel’s 167 rooms and 12 suites, alongside a collection of maps, travel mementos and antique décor. Oversized guest room windows allow natural sunlight to illuminate lush fabrics and Frette Italian bed linens, leather headboards and deeply hued walls adorned with notable artwork that varies from room to room.