Let our knowledgeable staff be your guide to Savannah, where each of our concierges is trained to make sure you find the relaxation you've been craving.
At the Azalea Inn and Villas, our food will satisfy the most discerning of palates and provide fuel for your day of adventure or your journey home. We prepare our breakfasts from scratch every day. Our coffee is freshly brewed and piping hot. Seasonal fruit is offered in creative ways for your appetizer followed by entrée’s that are created daily by our chef. Organized by reservation times in our formal dining room to ensure hot meals and personal service, a sweet or savory southern breakfast menu awaits you each morning. Desserts are a specialty of ours, handcrafted and unique every night.
The story of the Azalea begins with its construction as a personal residence in 1889. Walter Coney was a business mogul in the Savannah area during his life and ensured that his house was a premier property in the city that he had worked so hard to build. Mr. Coney helped found the Savanah Board of Trade and held the position of Director for the Savannah Bank and Trust. He also played a leadership role for Bonaventure Cemetery (then the Evergreen Cemetery Company), and the GA Ports of Authority (Then the Savannah Port Society).
Mr. Coney’s family had a rich legacy. His Son, Colonel Walter E. Coney founded “Walter E. Coney Naval Stores” after his WWI tour with the American Army. His nephew set a record for fastest transcontinental flight in 1921. His grandson was the youngest Lt. Commander in the history of the Navy before WW2 and his other grandson acted as diplomat with the US State Department.
After his death in 1905, his daughters continued to live and maintain the household well into the 1940s. After that the building was used for a variety of business including a survey office, advertising agency, and an architectural firm. In 1995 it was converted into a bed breakfast by Tom and Maria Burns who commissioned the wonderful mural in our dining room. We purchase the Azalea in 2022 and hope to continue the Coney’s legacy for distinguished service so you can enjoy the best that Savannah has to offer.
Elegant and inviting we have spared no detail; our guest rooms provide the perfect combination of grandeur and cozy escape. Each guest room is uniquely decorated and designed with your comfort and guest experience in mind.
We offer a selection of 10 guest rooms, each with private en-suite bathrooms and luxurious amenities. Many of our rooms offer bath tubs. A stay at the Azalea includes access to our unheated pool, private courtyard and firepit for your enjoyment. Inside you'll find a coffee/tea station stocked with exception loose leaf teas and a bottle of sherry for you to enjoy during your time with us.
Check in is at 3pm, but we'll store your bags if you arrive early and call you when you arrive!
Check out is at 11am.
Sorry, none of our rooms are pet or ESA friendly.
We do not allow children under 14.
All of our rooms are non-smoking, it is allowed in our courtyard and outside our building.
We offer parking in the lot adjacent to our building for $15 per night.
All of our rooms have private bathrooms.
Free internet wifi is available throughout the building.
We have a 13% tax on all reservations and an additional $5 per night per room tax on top of that.
Please visit our section on ADA Accessibility for more information.
We offer a full gourmet breakfast each morning. Late evening offerings at the inn consist of delectable sweets available all night in the dining room.
No, at this time our pool is not heated. It is typically too cold to use from about mid-October to the beginning of April.