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Get Festive Spirit 'Glowing' With Spectacular Holiday Light Show and Stylish Savannah, GA Lodging

Festival of Lights Illuminate the Holidays for Exciting Yuletide Traditions Near SpringHill Suites Savannah Downtown/Historic District

SAVANNAH, GA -- (Marketwire) -- 11/08/12 -- Replacing the roar of race day with an magnificent display of interactive holiday lights, the Savannah Harbor Festival of Lights is a great way to illuminate the holiday and with gracious Savannah, GA lodging a visit to this magnificent wonderland may quickly evolve into a time-honored family tradition.

Sure to ignite the holiday spirit in kids of all ages, the festive event creates a trail of holiday adventure over the winding terrain of the Grand Prize of America Track on Hutchinson Island with millions of beaming lights for an exciting holiday outing the entire family will enjoy. Located less than 10 minutes from the Festival of Lights and its surrounding festivities, the SpringHill Suites Savannah Downtown/Historic District hotel in Savannah, GA is a great destination for families or groups looking to attend this remarkable presentation and the endless number of holiday shopping and entertainment opportunities found in this historic harbor town.

Featuring more than 35 larger-than-life yuletide displays this annual holiday event is sponsored by the Savannah Harbor Foundation and proceeds benefit at-risk and disadvantaged youth, homeless and needy families through local agencies including the Greenbriar Children's Center, Lowcountry Down Syndrome Society, Performance Initiatives, AWOL All Walks of life, Inc., Lighthouse Ministry, the Interfaith Hospitality Network and Bethesda Academy.

Travelers booking their Savannah accommodation at this stylish SpringHill Suites enjoy spacious guest rooms with an over-sized shower, separate powder room, mini-refrigerator and microwave, in addition to free wireless Internet and a complimentary hot breakfast buffet served daily. With this inviting selection of affordable comforts it is easy to gather the kids, friends or neighbors to take advantage of Savannah's holiday events for an adventure that won't soon be forgotten.

In addition to being located near the Savannah Harbor Festival of Lights, guests will find themselves within walking distance of the riverfront and it's December 1 Christmas on the River; the Savannah Civic Center as it hosts the November 29 through December 2 Disney on Ice presentation of "Worlds of Fantasy," and the Savannah Theatre where "The Christmas Tradition" is scheduled to take the stage November 22 through December 23.

About SpringHill Suites Savannah Downtown/Historic District Hotel

SpringHill Suites Savannah Downtown/Historic District hotel welcomes travelers with new accommodations and gracious Southern hospitality in the heart of the city's peaceful, tree-lined historic neighborhood. Boasting modern designs, a relaxing lobby and on-site concierge services, this exciting hotel in Savannah near River Street also provides guests with access to a heated pool and state-of-the-art fitness center. As an added convenience guests can also take advantage of historic trolley pick-up service for easy access to many popular area attractions while enjoying the ambience of this historic district hotel.

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