Savannah Lodging: Your Girl Scout Destination

Savannah is not only the birthplace of the Girl Scouts it’s also full of fun and unique restaurants, shops and attractions sure to fill you up with lasting memories. So why not start your adventure off right in the middle of it all with us!

Are you ready!?

Make plans for the must attend clue solving and triumphing over challenges adventure: QuestFest Savannah 2020!You can book your troops stay today at the Holiday Inn Express or the Hampton Inn, conveniently located in Savannah’s historic district.

Start your Quest in the middle of it all by emailing Janet Finnegan.

Start the Quest

QuestFest July 16-18, 2020

QuestFest Savannah

Email Janet Finnegan today for all your Girl Scout needs!

 

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Savannah Lodging Extras

Savannah Lodging Fun Patch

What better way to remember your stay in Savannah than with a fun patch!

The pineapple is a symbol of friendship and hospitality that you will see nearly every where you go during your visit. With that in mind we designed our pineapple shaped patch to remind you that you are always welcome in Savannah.

Explore Savannah!

Savannah is a city made for walking. That’s why we created a special walking map just for your troops! You’ll find adventure as you follow the feet alongside the beautiful Savannah River and past many of our historic squares as you experience Savannah’s rich Girl Scout history.

Maps available at check in. Then start exploring Savannah!

Booking 5 rooms or less?

Book at the Holiday Inn Express
Savannah Historic District
Book at the Hampton Inn
Savannah Historic District

Nearby Girl Scout Attractions

The Juliette Gordon Low Birthplace is a quick 8 minute walk from our hotels, but you might want to take some time to explore the two beautiful squares along the way. The Juliette Gordon Low Birthplace is perhaps the only “house museum” in the nation created specifically for girls to enjoy—though it is loved by everyone! At this unique house museum, owned and operated by Girl Scouts of the USA, visitors can trace the arc of Juliette Gordon Low’s life and the Girl Scout Movement she founded.

Online ticket purchases are available up to six months in advance of your tour date, so now’s the perfect time to plan for summer!

The Girl Scout First Headquarters is a easy 3 block walk from our hotels. Along the way you’ll pass through 3 beautiful historic squares and the Colonial Park Cemetery. The Headquarters, formerly the carriage house for Juliette Low’s adult home, offers exciting interactive educational experiences for Girl Scouts and the community and is often staffed by local Senior and Ambassador Girl Scouts.

You can check our their FHQ FAQs  and daily program information pages to get all the details on the best way to book a tour.

The Laurel Grove North Cemetery, home of the resting place of Juliette Gordon Low,  is an 8 minute drive from our hotels. Laurel Grove North Cemetery is located on a portion of the former Springfield Plantation and named after the native laurel oak trees which once inhabited the site.

The cemetery is open to the public daily from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Groups of 10 or more must register ahead of time at 912-651-6843.  Learn more