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Convention center30,658 sq. m
Guest Rooms15,620
Guest rooms at 1 hotel2,000 guest rooms
Special event venues75
Average room rate$210.00
Daily food cost$95.00
Occupancy rate80%
Tax rate13%

Visit Savannah


Why Choose Our Destination?

Discover why Savannah is the jewel of the South for meetings and conventions. With ample meeting venues of all sizes in a city steeped in history with an amazing food culture and charming places to stay, you’ll please your convention crowd by making Savannah the spot for your next meeting. Beyond its undeniable allure as a premier destination, Savannah is the ideal setting for small corporate gatherings as well as large-scale international conventions. Our more traditional locales include a world-class, 367-seat amphitheater, 9,600-seat Civic Center Arena, or ultra-modern, 330,000-square-foot International Trade & Convention Center (100,000 sf exhibit hall and 25,000 sf ballroom) with brilliant views of the majestic Savannah River. If you are looking for venues that are off the beaten path, you can find great meeting space at the Mighty Eighth Air Force Museum or Forsyth Park.

Need dates

  • 01/13/202001/16/2020
  • 01/26/202001/29/2020
  • 02/09/202002/12/2020

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Getting Here

The Savannah International Airport is 7 miles away. It servers 24 cities with 42 direct inbound flights a day. At the intersection of I 95 and I 16, we are a 4 hour drive from Atlanta, Orlando and Charlotte.

Distance from airport

  • Savannah/Hilton Head International Airport

    11.27 km from city center


Local Attractions

Cathedral of St. John the Baptist

Historical landmark
An excellent example of French Gothic architecture. Elegantly restored, the church is regularly called "breathtaking" and "amazing"! TripAdvisor rated us #6 on its list of Top 10 US Attractions.
222 E Harris St
Savannah, GA 31401

Forsyth Park

Historical landmark
Spanning more than 30 acres, Forsyth Park is Savannah’s largest and oldest public park. The land for the park was donated by William Brown Hodgson in the 1840s, and named for illustrious statesman and thirty-third Georgia governor John Forsyth, who also represented Georgia in both the House of Representatives and the Senate, as well as serving as Secretary of State under Presidents Andrew Jackson and Martin Van Buren. The park’s iconic fountain was installed in 1858 and is today one of the most-photographed places in Savannah. Although the fountain has become a symbol of Savannah, it isn’t unique: similar fountains can be found in Paris and Cusco, Pero (it was actually ordered from a catalog!).

Wormsloe State Historic Site

Historical landmark
A breathtaking avenue sheltered by live oaks and Spanish moss leads to the tabby ruins of Wormsloe, the colonial estate of Noble Jones (1702–1775). Jones was a humble carpenter who arrived in Georgia in 1733 with James Oglethorpe and the first group of settlers from England. Wormsloe's tabby ruin is the oldest standing structure in Savannah.
7601 Skidaway Rd
Savannah, GA, US 31406

Savannah Historic District

Historical landmark
Savannah is a destination to walk and explore. It is the nation's largest historic landmark district covering 2 square miles. Under a canopy of moss draped oak trees, the city has the rare distinction of being an urban forest. With over 300 shops, restaurants, attractions and pubs, visitors can enjoy their stroll with a cool beverage due to our open container laws.

Convention Centers

  • Savannah Convention Center

    The Savannah Convention Center is located directly on the Savannah River with direct views of historic downtown Savannah. The Convention Center offers over 330,000 square feet of meeting space including Exhibit Hall, Ballroom, Meeting Rooms and more

    • Exhibit Space9,290 sq. m
      Total meeting space30,658 sq. m



High season
Shoulder season
Aug 1 – Aug 31
Low season
Dec 1 – Dec 20
Jan 15 – Jan 31

Additional Information

In the Historic Meeting District, everything you need for a successful convention is within easy walking distance. Major hotel chains and charming inns combine to offer more than 4,900 rooms at all price points. Meeting space is abundant, with options ranging from the vibrant Savannah International Trade & Convention Center to smaller, more intimate settings within Savannah’s many elegant, historic homes. Stroll through Savannah’s 22 scenic city squares. Marvel at magnificent antebellum homes. Search for one-of-a kind treasures in the District’s many boutiques, art galleries and specialty shops. Then take a break on a park bench and imagine how everything would have appeared in the early days of this historic city. The District is filled with restaurants of all kinds, so a wonderful dining experience is always just around the corner, and after the sun goes down, the music and nightlife fire up in Savannah’s many nightclubs and taverns. Although the District is best experienced by foot, there are many other transportation options for your group’s convenience. With pedicabs, trolley cars, limos and river ferries, getting around in Savannah is quick, convenient and easy.


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