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Hot Digs

By Allison Mitchell | September 1, 2016 | Articles

After undergoing a multimillion-dollar renovation, the swanky B Historic hotel is back and better than ever. Situated in the heart of Savannah, Ga.’s Historic District on Montgomery Street, the five-story, 101-room venue’s lobby and lounge have been outfitted in dazzling hues of gold and purple, inviting guests to pull up a chair and stay awhile.

First, check in to your king-bed or double-queen bed guest room or suite, where a heavenly B Hotels & Resorts Blissful Bed, 50-inch HD LED interactive flat-screen TV, Aveda spa amenities, in-room coffeemaker and mini fridge await. Then, head downstairs for breakfast, lunch or dinner at the brand-new Kitchen 3 Twenty, the hotel’s Southern-inspired restaurant and bar. Start with blue crab grit cake or sweet-tea chicken wings; follow up with browned butter salmon or a house flat-top burger; then wash it all down with a lemony Dixie Fizz or sweet Berry Thyme. A saltwater, nonchlorine indoor pool, B Active fitness center, on-site spa, and touch-screen Monscierge service and destination guide round out the haute hotel’s luxe offerings.

Need an excuse to cruise down to Savannah? Party like the Germans at Oktoberfest on River Street (Oct. 7 to 9, free, @riverstreetsav), or indulge in the South’s best eats, treats and vino at the 33rd Annual Savannah Food & Wine Festival (Nov. 7 to 13, tickets from $39, @savfoodwinefest). Just don’t forget to book a pedicab ride back to your dapper digs to recharge and do it all again! Overnight rates from $129, @bhistoricsavannah



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