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Brunswick, GA, United States
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Super 8 by Wyndham Brunswick/South
Super 8 by Wyndham Brunswick/South
5.9 Okay
211 Palisade Drive, Brunswick, GA, United States
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8.7 km from city centre, Brunswick 
OkayBased on 378 reviews
5.9

Boasting an outdoor pool, Super 8 by Wyndham Brunswick South is situated in Brunswick and provides comfortable accommodation. It also offers a 24-hour reception, a terrace and an express check-in and check-out feature.

Motel 6 Brunswick Ga
Motel 6 Brunswick Ga
5.4 Okay
3040 Scarlett Street, Brunswick, GA, United States
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8.2 km from city centre, Brunswick 
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5.4

Motel 6 Brunswick provides a comfortable setting when in Brunswick. It also offers meeting rooms, free Wi-Fi and a 24-hour reception.

Comfort Suites Golden Isles Gateway
Comfort Suites Golden Isles Gateway
7.1 Good
220 Gateway Center Boulevard, Brunswick, GA, United States
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9.7 km from city centre, Brunswick 
GoodBased on 399 reviews
7.1

Comfort Suites Golden Isles Gateway is located in Brunswick and features free wireless internet. It also has an indoor pool and a fitness centre.

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Cheapest month:May
Most expensive month:September
Average price in Brunswick:€133/night
Cheapest price found:€34/night
Cheapest day:Monday
Most expensive day:Saturday
€82 - €193
Average price per night / 3-star hotel. Prices are not fixed and may vary with time.
€86 - €158
Average price per night / 3-star hotel. Prices are not fixed and may vary with time.

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About Brunswick

Aptly named America’s Golden Isles, the mainland city of Brunswick and its collection of charming barrier islands dot the Georgia coastline from Savannah to the border of Florida. Tourists can board small fishing boats and shrimp trawlers in Brunswick Harbour for windswept journeys through the marshlands, bayous and bays dotted with hammocks and kayakers navigating cypress-kneed blackwater swamps. Back in town, Brunswick shows a different side, with quaint antique shops, maritime art galleries, trendy boutiques and plenty of fresh seafood cafes.

Old Town Brunswick is a National Historic District parading Victorian homes a bygone era, with squares and cobbled lanes pre-dating the Revolutionary War and horse-drawn carriages transporting visitors to an America known only in history books. The Mary Ross Waterfront Park and Brunswick Landing Marina draw the focus from past to present, opening a world of exploration on the barrier islands of St. Simons Island, Little St. Simons Island, Sea Island and Jekyll Island, home to the summer mansions of America’s elite dynastic families of the early 1920s. Casino cruise ships depart from Gisco Point for dinner excursions in the shimmering moonlight.

The main intersection of Old Town Brunswick is at the junction of Newcastle and Gloucester Streets, with the clock tower of historic Old City Hall marking the end of Newcastle. Drivers access Brunswick from Interstate 95 or the U.S. 17 Coastal Highway. Bridges and causeways span the waterways connecting the islands to the Brunswick mainland.

Brunswick has roots from Germany, taking its name from the ancestral home of King George II, which was the German city of Braunschweig. The king granted the original land charter that now cradles the city bearing its name. In a nod to its Southern American persona, the city retains fame for inventing the hearty Brunswick stew. It’s also one of the only Eastern seaboard cities that can claim a living museum of architectural styles spanning the years since the early 1800s, including Jacobean, Gothic, Queen Anne, Mansard and Italianate masterpieces.

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Aptly named America’s Golden Isles, the mainland city of Brunswick and its collection of charming barrier islands dot the Georgia coastline from Savannah to the border of Florida. Tourists can board small fishing boats and shrimp trawlers in Brunswick Harbour for windswept journeys through the marshlands, bayous and bays dotted with hammocks and kayakers navigating cypress-kneed blackwater swamps. Back in town, Brunswick shows a different side, with quaint antique shops, maritime art galleries, trendy boutiques and plenty of fresh seafood cafes.

Old Town Brunswick is a National Historic District parading Victorian homes a bygone era, with squares and cobbled lanes pre-dating the Revolutionary War and horse-drawn carriages transporting visitors to an America known only in history books. The Mary Ross Waterfront Park and Brunswick Landing Marina draw the focus from past to present, opening a world of exploration on the barrier islands of St. Simons Island, Little St. Simons Island, Sea Island and Jekyll Island, home to the summer mansions of America’s elite dynastic families of the early 1920s. Casino cruise ships depart from Gisco Point for dinner excursions in the shimmering moonlight.

The main intersection of Old Town Brunswick is at the junction of Newcastle and Gloucester Streets, with the clock tower of historic Old City Hall marking the end of Newcastle. Drivers access Brunswick from Interstate 95 or the U.S. 17 Coastal Highway. Bridges and causeways span the waterways connecting the islands to the Brunswick mainland.

Brunswick has roots from Germany, taking its name from the ancestral home of King George II, which was the German city of Braunschweig. The king granted the original land charter that now cradles the city bearing its name. In a nod to its Southern American persona, the city retains fame for inventing the hearty Brunswick stew. It’s also one of the only Eastern seaboard cities that can claim a living museum of architectural styles spanning the years since the early 1800s, including Jacobean, Gothic, Queen Anne, Mansard and Italianate masterpieces.

  • What are the best hotels in Brunswick?

    Brunswick is home to many highly-rated hotels, one of which is Baymont by Wyndham Brunswick GA, which has a current rating of 7.6. For other potential stays, consider La Quinta Inn & Suites by Wyndham Brunswick/Golden Isles and Sleep Inn And Suites Brunswick, which can also be great places to stay in Brunswick.