Sharing one of my bff’s (aka the BRIDE) full Bachelorette Weekend in Savannah, GA Itinerary. This includes a FULL 3 day/4 night itinerary, where to stay, decorations, goodie bags, what to do, pictures, Bachelorette games, & packing inspo! This was the perfect way to celebrate leading up to her big day in Upstate, NY!
Savannah, GA was the perfect destination for a bachelorette weekend in Savannah. The town was adorable with European architecture, tons of green oaks, cute squares, and great bars. A couple things to know before you go:
- Savannah has an open container policy. This means you can walk around town with your drinks as long as they are in a plastic cup!
- Savannah is known to be the most haunted city in the WORLD! Definitely carve out some time to learn more about their ~spooky~ history!
- The city is incredibly walkable. You can uber/lyft if needed but we were able to walk to all of our destinations!
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Bachelorette Weekend in Savannah Itinerary (at a Glance)
The girls put together this itinerary for the bachelorette weekend in Savannah which was super helpful to know ahead of time what to expect! We had varying return flight times on Sunday, but the Kimpton right down the street from our Airbnb were SO kind to hold all of our bags for us (since we had to checkout so early)!
Where to Stay in Savannah
AirBnb: We stayed at the Deluxe Washington Square Getaway near River Street home which had 4 bedrooms, 4 baths, & a pullout. This was a historic 2 story home with the cutest patio in front and back. I was pleasantly surprised by how nice and modern the bathrooms were! Location was perfect as well, just a 5 min walk to river street and close to many restaurants & bars.
Additional Airbnb’s you can check out:
- Historic Thomas Streetcar Victorian (Airbnb Plus)
- Heated Pool Access | Brand New Home!
- Sonder Ellis Square | Three-Bedroom Apartment
- Downtown Chic w/ Private Parking 1 Block From Broughton St. by Lucky Savannah
- Heated Pool Access | 5*Clean | Flex Cancelation | Concert Tickets
- Spacious on Top Floor w/ Balcony & Rooftop Deck by Lucky Savannah
- Grand Manor on Broughton Street w/ Parking, Courtyard by Lucky Savannah
I personally prefer the homier vibe of an Airbnb, but if you have a larger group, getting hotel rooms may be easier to coordinate. The following are some hotels worth checking out:
- The Kimpton Brice
- The Bohemian Hotel Savannah Riverfront, Autograph Collection
- The DeSoto
- Andaz Savannah
- The Alida
- JW Marriott Savannah Plant Riverside District
- East Bay Inn
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I recommend having some girls arrive before the bride to set up all the decorations and goodie bags!
All of the girls received a goodie bag with all the goods below upon arrival. We also received matching crewnecks which was such a great idea as they’re something we could all wear again!
Detailed Bachelorette Weekend in Savannah Itinerary
Staggered arrivals to AirBnb. One of the girls did a mass Costco food delivery for dinner that night along with snacks and breakfast items for the weekend including bagels, eggs, and fruit. We also walked to the liquor store down the street to get alcohol for the weekend!
We started the afternoon with a Boozy Brunch at Rhett. They offer bottomless mimosas for $25 pp along with bloody mary flights for $40. I ordered the avocado toast with a poached egg along with a peach bellini. You can check out the full menu here.
After brunch we walked to Electric Moon Skytop Lounge which was such a fun bar! We got a bottle of rose and played some corn hole & ring toss. They even had a two person slide you took down to get to the main rooftop.
Dinner at Treylor Park – Hitch
We freshened up back at the AirBnb then headed to Treylor Park – Hitch for dinner. They add a creative take on American classics and seasonal cocktails. We ordered a bunch of apps to share for the table including the Treylor Park Nachos Grande, Fried Banana Pepper Rings, & Avocado Fries. I ordered the chicken biscuit for my entree bc when in Georgia right?!? You can check out the full menu here.
Ghost Tour Pub Crawl
If there’s anything I took away from this weekend bachelorette in Savannah, it’s that Savannah is the most haunted city in the WORLD. Therefore, you can’t leave the city without doing a ghost tour! We did the pub crawl version which was fun to stop at different bars along the tour for drinks. Our guide was incredible and shared a ton of really spooky and interesting facts about Savannah’s haunted history.
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A fun fact I learned during our tour is that during the Civil War, troops that camped out in the cemetery had a little bit of fun tweaking tombstones with their knives so that nothing makes sense such as the dates. The graveyard also extended around the now enclosed area in the past, so you are actually walking over many dead bodies outside of the cemetery even.
We started our day with coffee and a green smoothie from Fox & Fig Cafe (plant based cafe). I definitely recommend checking it out, they have a ton of great vegan smoothie options and meals! We then all just had bagels, eggs, avo, potatoes, & fruit at the house.
Comedy Trolley Tour
The girls booked us a comedy trolley tour which turned out to be SUCH A BLAST! The tour was led by the “Savannah for Morons” guides who were energy packed and hilarious. The tour was a great way to get a bit of Savannah history in a fun and entertaining way.
You can book tickets for the “Savannah for Morons” comedy tour from a variety of sites including Get Your Guide, Tripadvisor, or Viator. Our guides were amazing we definitely recommend! They even incorporate a bachelorette party impersonation and dance at the end of the ride which was hilarious.
Drinks at Oyster Bar
After the trolley tour, we walked over to Sorry Charlie’s for oysters & cocktails. Their rooftop bar was lots of fun and had some great snacks to hold us over until dinner! There is also a Bamboo Room Tiki Bar in the same building that looks so fun and opens at 5pm!
Cocktails w/ Wigs
For the night, we all got dressed up in all black (minus bride in white) and threw on our colorful wigs! We walked around the city a bit looking for a cocktail bar, and came upon Tandem which was the perfect spot for specialty cocktails & ofc espresso martinis.
While we were enjoying our cocktails, Chef Tharren Printup from food fire knives was busy preparing us the most delicious dinner back at the house! We pre chose between either a steak or lobster entree (I don’t eat either so he was kind enough to even make me a separate salmon plate)! I ended up trying the lobster which actually ended up converting me into a lobster lover, it was DELICIOUS. 10/10 recommend! You can reserve here for a bachelorette party.
We had a blast staying in for the night in our cozy matching crewnecks & playing a bunch of games with the girls!
- Lingerie Surprise: All of the girls bought the bride a funny underwear or fun lingerie piece and the bride had to then guess who bought her which!
- Fishbowl: Each girl writes 4-5 words on paper and throws into the “fishbowl”. You then split into 2 teams which 3 rounds. 1st round is like taboo where you can describe the word, 2nd round you can only describe it in one word, 3rd round you act it out! Was so much fun!!
- Drink If: We used these ‘drink if’ cards to go around the room sharing the card and drinking if it applied to you!
We had to checkout of the Airbnb by 11am, so the morning we cleaned the house up and then dropped our bags off at the Kimpton down the street! They were beyond kind to do that for us.
Brunch at Franklin’s
Afterwards, we headed over to Franklin’s/The Public Kitchen & Bar for brunch. The two building were connected so you could either get more casual takeout & coffee from Franklin’s or sit down for a meal at Public. I ordered a matcha latte and quiche florentine from Franklin’s which hit the spot!
The girls had staggered departures so those of us with later flights were able to explore the city for the day. The following are some areas we explored.
Located in the heart of Savannah, with French Gothic architecture, this church is absolutely stunning! Definitely try to explore the inside outside of mass hours.
Historic street in Savannah often referred to as the prettiest street in Savannah with large oaks & Greek architecture.
Beautiful park spanning 30 acres and Savannah’s largest & oldest park. Definitely walk by their famous fountain which is over 150 years old!
Dinner at Olde Pink House
If you have enough time before your departure flight, you should definitely check out The Olde Pink House! This is Savannah’s only 18th century mansion famous for their Southern cuisine. Rumor has it, the house is also haunted and maybe you’ll get locked in the women’s restroom by a ghost during your visit. 👻
I ordered the goat cheese stuffed artichoke fritters, and Pecan Crusted Chicken Breast (comes with a blackberry bourbon glaze, & sweet potatoes with pecan vanilla butter and collards) which were both DELISH! You can check out the full menu here.
- We used the Splitwise app which made expenses SO much easier to tally up who owes what after the weekend. You can make a group and each person adds in any expenses they paid, and who was a part of that expense. Splitwise automatically connects to Venmo and tells you at the end how much you owe each person.
- We printed venmo cards to take around with us & shared the QR code on social media to buy the bride some drinks! We ended up tallying about $1k in donations from that so def recommend trying as well!
Hope you enjoyed this Bachelorette Weekend in Savannah recap and let me know if you have any questions! Be sure to also check out my Miami Bachelorette Weekend Recap guide if you haven’t fully decided yet on the final destination! Hope you have the best time!!