The Andaz Savannah has taken the wraps off a redesign of its 151 keys by architecture and design firm Gensler. This upgrade follows the renovation of the hotel’s public areas introduced as part of its 2012 opening.
Andaz Savannah’s new guest rooms and suites exhibit a color palette that is rooted in its surroundings. The hotel features green hues that reference the Georgian city’s trees covered in Spanish moss. Faded blush and rich gem tones, seen prominently in Savannah’s historic architecture, are accented by a crisp background of white and dark grays. The focal pieces of each guest room are abstract works by NG Collective, placed directly above the headboards. The pieces were created by Laura Naples and Kristen Giorgi and embody the colorful, whimsical nature of the property and the destination.
Guest rooms also feature a variety of custom pieces that give the spaces a residential vibe, including custom mantles that double as television credenzas and dressers inspired by kitchen islands. The materials and imagery in Andaz Savannah’s accommodations feature an eclectic mix of metals, woods and textiles, emphasizing items that grow character over time. For example, wet bars in deluxe lofts and suites feature a wallcovering that is reminiscent of patinated metal covered with moss.