About the Samuel Elbert Hotel
Located in the heart of downtown Elberton, Georgia, the Samuel Elbert Hotel is among the most prominent and historic local landmarks. Built in 1925, the hotel operated for 4 decades until it was converted into an office building. In 2016 the building was completely renovated and transformed into a new full-service boutique hotel. The original Tudor Revival style of the exterior has been preserved, and the interior still features the original two-toned terrazzo floors and impressive stone fireplace.
With lovely views from almost every window, the Samuel Elbert Hotel combines the character of a historic property with the technology and conveniences of today. The luxurious 27-room getaway accommodates meetings and events, perfect for retreats or family gatherings. Guest rooms and suites are situated on three floors. Each room has its own unique character and charm enhanced by the appealing city views through the original windows of 1925.
A variety of room sizes and locations are available ranging from premium suites overlooking the public square to corner suites with multi-directional views, to sunlight-filled guest rooms facing south. Amenities include free wireless high-speed Internet and high-definition digital television throughout the property. Each room has a mini-refrigerator and Keurig coffee maker.
From the downtown location directly on the public square, you can walk to shops and restaurants, explore historic sites and monuments, or enjoy the Granite City Walking Trail just outside our back door. Our property offers free parking to guests.
The Samuel Elbert Hotel will be your gateway to all our community has to offer—explore downtown Elberton and the Elbert Theatre, take in the wonderful recreation areas of Lake Russell and Lake Hartwell, play Arrowhead Pointe Golf Course, follow the trail of historic site markers in Elbert County, visit the mysterious Georgia Guidestones, or stay with us for your game day at UGA.
The wheelchair-accessable entrance is located in the front of the building. There is also marked handicap parking located in the front of the building at the main entrance. Closed caption decoder is available upon advance request.