Posted April 22, 2021The Alida, Savannah, A Tribute Portfolio Hotel
The Alida joins modern life with timeless Southern charm on Savannah's revitalized riverfront. The essence of Southern Hospitality.
Alida Harper Fowlkes was a celebrated entrepreneur within the city. We celebrate the Alidas of our time-the self made artisans who cultivate Savannah's contemporary spirit-within the walls of our 173 room hotel.
Makeready is passionate about creating and curating memorable and unique experiences for our guests.
We are searching for curious self-starters with a genuine interest in people. These hard working individuals have always had a natural bent toward hospitality, no matter where they worked, because they’ve always seen themselves as part of something bigger.
This individual’s expertise goes beyond understanding of the menu. It dives deeper into a passion for food, the local culture, and human connection. This person creates a welcoming, warm environment that leaves guests with not only a great meal, but a new and inspired outlook on their surroundings.
The Alida’s exceptional location in Savannah’s Historic District facilitates access to everything that downtown has to offer. Our inventive boutique hotel is just a few blocks from the Broughton Street retail corridor. Nearby are The Savannah College of Art and Design as well as the SCAD Museum of Art, and the area is home to many other museums, galleries, and arts venues. Visitors can check out City Market, a mixed-use development with shopping, dining, and entertainment. Forsyth Park, the district’s largest green space, is a little more than a mile away. Our urban oasis values the preservation of history while moving considerably into the future. Guests can work out in the 24-hour fitness center or cool off on our large, full-service pool deck with cabana retreats. Pampering in-room spa services are available. We invite guests to discover a new favorite or rediscover a classic at Rhett, a classic American kitchen; in the Trade Room, a thought-provoking lounge; or on The Lost Square, an extraordinary rooftop experience with Historic District views.