Tuesday, July 14, 2009

The Bohemian Hotel Savannah Riverfront, Latest Kessler Collection Property, Set to Open in Savannah, Ga. on July 24

(BUSINESS WIRE)--The Bohemian Hotel Savannah Riverfront, the latest luxury boutique hotel by The Kessler Collection, will officially open in Savannah, Ga. on Friday, July 24, 2009.

This exquisite new property, which is the first new hotel overlooking the Savannah River to open in 17 years, complements The Kessler Collection's AAA Four-Diamond Mansion on Forsyth Park in Savannah. Defined by majestic brick and glass architecture and inspiring interior design, The Bohemian Hotel features nine stories of luxury including 75 spacious, impeccably-appointed guest rooms and suites, concierge service, valet parking, an on-site fitness center and more.

Located at 102 West Bay Street, the hotel is the latest property by acclaimed hotelier and real estate developer Richard C. Kessler, Chairman and CEO of The Kessler Enterprise, Inc. With a premier location overlooking the Savannah River, The Bohemian embodies classic Southern hospitality. The hotel's new construction and brick fa├žade echo River Street's historic riverwalk, where shipping and the cotton trade once dominated.

The Bohemian Hotel's contemporary design, which was approved by Savannah's historic review board, features a vintage allure that recalls the era when British settlers first landed on the bluff above the Savannah River in 1733. This premier location, coupled with the service and luxurious quality standards synonymous with The Kessler Collection, make this hotel the perfect getaway for leisure and business travelers alike. Each guest room features luxury bedding and linens, high-definition television with Roomlinx® interactive media and entertainment system, high-speed wireless Internet connection and spectacular city and river views.

Savannah's newest hotel will also be one of the city's most exceptional destinations for dining and entertainment. Rocks on the River, a full-service restaurant on River Street serving breakfast, lunch and dinner, serves fresh seafood and casual American fare, while Rocks on the Roof, a rooftop lounge providing spectacular views of the Savannah River, will be the city's most talked about nightlife destinations.

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