Your Guide to the Best Hotels in Augusta, GA

This guide to where to stay in Augusta, Georgia shares our top picks of hotels, iconic inns and even a few bed & breakfasts.

Whether you’re in town for the Masters Tournament, a historical exploration or a stroll along the Riverfront, finding the perfect place to stay in Augusta is key to a great getaway.

Luckily, there are so many great hotels in Augusta, GA that cater to a variety of needs and budgets, from large conference center hotels with tons of amenities to quaint bed and breakfasts perfect for a romantic weekend. There are even boutique hotels, some of which are home to Augusta’s best rooftop bars.

This guide will help you sort through the best places to stay in the River Region to ensure a fun and memorable getaway.

Where To Stay in Augusta, GA

First, let’s get oriented with this handy map of the top hotels and around Augusta, GA.

Hotels In Augusta: Our Top Picks

Let’s help you find the perfect hotel for your visit to Augusta! This list includes a variety of hotel types all over Augusta, helping you find the best accommodations in your ideal location.

2110 Walton Way | The Hill

Iconic Inn with a rooftop bar in Augusta

The Partridge Inn is Augusta’s most iconic historic hotel. It’s steeped in history, initially opening as an inn in 1910. With stylish amenities in a historic building, it’s the perfect place to hang your hat after a day in Augusta.

The Partridge Inn is full of amenities including an outdoor pool and gym. They also have excellent onsite dining with the 8595 Restaurant & Bar and Six South Rooftop Bar which offers breathtaking views.

The Partridge Inn is conveniently located in Augusta with easy access to Augusta National, downtown and the Savannah River.

1060 Center Street | North Augusta

Convenient hotel just by SRP Park in North Augusta

The Crowne Plaza Hotel is just across the river from downtown Augusta in North Augusta’s riverfront district. This hotel is newly constructed with well-appointed accommodations.

The Crowne Plaza is also home to Jackson’s Bluff, a rooftop bar with amazing sunset views. They also have an outdoor pool and tons of walking trails nearby.

It’s in a convenient location, just by SRP Park, the North Augusta Greeneway, and the 40-acre Brick Pond Park with wetlands and boardwalks. It’s our top recommendation for where to stay for a GreenJackets game.

More Things To Do In Augusta, GA

The Crowne Plaza is also close to several of the eateries on our list of Augusta’s best restaurants, including Manuel’s and Bistro 55 in Hammond’s Ferry.

1268 Broad Street | Downtown Augusta

Downtown Augusta hotel with a rooftop bar

Hyatt House, located on Broad Street in the heart of downtown Augusta, is the perfect home away from home.

With a range of rooms and suites with kitchens available, you will have everything you need to make your stay comfortable. Thanks to huge windows, the rooms have plenty of natural light.

Hyatt House has a rooftop bar with spectacular views of downtown and the surrounding area.

Be sure to check out Frog Hollow Tavern for a memorable dinner. It’s just next door and offers one of the top fine dining experiences in Augusta. You can also stroll down Broad Street and check out the local shops.

2 10th Street | Downtown Augusta

Full-service hotel on the river in Augusta

The Marriott at the Augusta Convention Center is a full-service hotel and part of the sprawling Augusta Convention Center complex.

The hotel offers standard rooms as well as suites, some of which have views of the Savannah River. The east end of the hotel is right on the Augusta Riverwalk.

You’ll find a plethora of dining options just steps away from The Marriott in downtown Augusta. In fact, the hotel has an on-site Italian restaurant and steakhouse, Augustino’s.

And be sure to check out The Boll Weevil Cafe just across the street from the suites tower. It’s perfect for a great lunch in Augusta (and they have great dessert!)

2651 Perimeter Parkway | West Augusta

West Augusta hotel near I-20

If you’re looking for a hotel in West Augusta, DoubleTree is a great choice. Conveniently located near the I-20 /I-520 interchange you can be anywhere in Augusta quickly.

The DoubleTree has both an indoor and an outdoor pool perfect for exercise, recreation or a quick cool-off in hot summer months.

DoubleTree’s on-site restaurant is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner.

103 West Forest Avenue | North Augusta

Historic property turned bed & breakfast

If you fancy a bed & breakfast stay, look no further than Lookaway Inn. Located in North Augusta, SC it is the perfect peaceful retreat in a historic inn.

The property has 13 beautifully appointed rooms and the hospitality is unmatched.

The Lookaway Inn’s Camelia building is a popular venue for events and weddings.

410 4th Street | Downtown Augusta

Bed and ‘Bar’ with live music and 5 rooms

The Old Town Inn, famous for its underground bar and music venue the Fox’s Lair, is not your typical B&B. They are self-described as bed and bar offering live music four nights a week.

This historic inn has 5 guest rooms decorated with period furniture. It’s conveniently located in the Old Towne neighborhood close to downtown Augusta.

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