Savannah, GA, Hamilton-Turner Inn B&B

Conde' Nast Traveler: " Great Drives: The Right Route—South Carolina and Georgia " features Hamilton-Turner Inn (May 2002)
"Smitten with Savannah," Country Discoveries , January - February 2005, features the Hamilton-Turner Inn, noting the mansion's historical significance as "Savannah's first home with electricity."
"Deep South," Esquire, International Japanese Edition, October 2004. Altavista Translator .
"In John Berendt's best-selling tome["Midnight In The Garden of Good and Evil'], which chronicles the eccentricities of this most southern of cities, the four-story Second Empire chateau, built in 1873, was one of the places where the impoverished aristocrat Joe Odom and his girlfriend, Mandy, lived. In the charming rascally way that epitomizes the lifestyle of Odom, he charged a fee for touring the house and he didn't even own it.... In much the same way that the Turner Hamilton Inn [sic] has risen again, so has Savannah." -- "Savannah's good and evil," Northwest Indiana Times, Travel, September 19, 2004
L'Express Magazine features Savannah (" of cotton recovered all its splendor. And invites to sublime strolls architectural") and Hamilton-Turner Inn -- "Roomy rooms, period furniture, family atmosphere: this Victorian house reconverted into a bed and breakfast revives a time of "Gone With The Wind." Author Andre' Maisonneiuvre boasts Savannah "this small Boston of the South is an unceasingly renewed pleasure.... One would risk oneself even to sing Too Marvelous for Words , an air celebrates made up by Johnny Mercer, a child of the country. Because Savannah, it is also that: 'Too splendid to be known as with words.' Or too beautiful to be true?" [rough Altavista translation] (January 1, 2004, "Savannah La Perle sudiste")
"Southern hospitality sugarcoats the walls at this converted-home B&B." -- AtlantaCitySearch
The Sisterhood of Tea: "Savannah Serves Tea"
The hub of Savannah's social life around the close of the 19th Century, this residence is referred as the Odom party house in John Berendt's book, "Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil.
Savannah Sublime Side - LuxuryLinks
Experience Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil with a stay in this 1873 mansion built by wealthy Savannah jeweler Samuel Hamilton. -- Fodors
Savannah's Grand Inns,
"The house once belonged to Mandy Nichols, one of the principal figures in the book [Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil]."
SBA Success Story - Hamilton-Turner Inn
Hamilton-Turner Changes Hands: New Owners

SAVANNAH GA … BEST OF THE BEST (from Savannah Chamber)
One of the Top Ten American Travel Destinations for 2003
-- Conde' Nast Traveler Magazine

Top Ten Most Beautiful Places in America for 2003
-- The Squares of Savannah, USA WEEKEND MAGAZINE

Top 8 Places to Retire for 2003
-- MONEY Magazine

America's Best Places to Live for Architecture for 2003
-- Robb Report

America's Most Haunted City
-- American Institute of Parapsychology

Top 12 Trends Travel Hot spots of the World
-- New York Times

Top 200 Places in the Country
-- FORBES Magazine

Top 25 Places to Live and Work
-- Outlook Magazine

Top 10 Places to Watch a St. Patrick's Day Parade
-- USA Today

Top 10 Walking Cities
-- Walking Magazine

Top 10 Southeast Cities for Family Vacations
-- Family Fun Magazine

The Most Beautiful City in North America
-- LeMonde Newspaper, Paris