For a smaller budget you will find 9 options in Brunswick, such as Rodeway Inn I-95 North with rates from 63US$ that features a casino, a golf course and a swimming pool. Super 8 By Wyndham Brunswick/South is a budget choice that will put you within walking distance of many popular places, including First African Church and Trinity Church.
- Price: low to high
- Price: high to low
- Guest rating: high to low
- Popularity: high to low
Where to stay in Brunswick?
Best cheap hotels in Brunswick
Convenience of staying in hotels downtown
For hotels in Brunswick near Marshes of Glynn Overlook Park you can try Days Inn.
Luxury and boutique accommodation in Brunswick
Explore and find your best apartments, B&Bs and others
Family-friendly hotels in Brunswick include Jameson Inn Brunswick Golden Isles and Red Roof Inn & Suites Brunswick I-95 with free self-parking, an outdoor swimming pool and a patio. For a relaxing vacation, reserve a resort hotel near Golden Isles Church of God, such as Sleep Inn & Suites or Comfort Suites Golden Isles Gateway.
City Guide: Discover the best of Brunswick
Fancy tales like Sleeping Beauty?
Then Brunswick is your place to visit and make this sleepy town awaken after years of slumber. This city of incredible beauty with great tourism potential and striking culture wastes time on handling ocean-going ships instead of profiting from its appearance.
You can go there and make it alive with Booked.net. Be it the lap of luxuries or a cheap hotel in Brunswick all available at our website. Check out our hotel offers with maps, photos and secure forms at Booked.net.
As soon as you arrive in Brunswick, you should first take it as it is and then concentrate on what it is becoming. From its early years Brunswick was an important port docking hundreds of ships laden with cargo. Actually, the city thrived on the transfers and trade in its harbor.
In addition, its waterfront setting played a vital role for the city during wartime when it served as a haunt for military vessels. As soon as military processing declined, Brunswick's store of military ships gave way to shrimp boats and today this former strategic center is referred to the "shrimp capital of the world."
On one hand, Brunswick has lost its former strength, but on the other, it acquired yummy strength in its food. One of the best examples of local cuisine is Brunswick stew. Cooked with meat, and vegetables such as tomatoes, potatoes, okra, lima beans, and corn, this dish is a national one. In old times cooks made it with wildfowl, but today this process tends to be less exotic.
Along with cuisine among the latest improvements are to be found in the revitalized downtown. It is the most action packed area in the whole city. It offers antique shops, upscale restaurants and striking architecture. The very heart of the city is symbolized by Old City Hall and the Ritz Theatre in the area.
If you are passionate for golfing than Brunswick has something to offer to you. This is about four courses each with 18-holes, you can also benefit from Brunswick's seaside through fishing, boating and so on.
Other attractions include;
Hofwyl-Broadfield Plantation, a place for peaceful outing
The Emerald Princess II Casino, a place to indulge in gambling
The Credle's Adventures, a vivid playground to have fun with family
James Oglethorpe Monument, the 9 foot tall bronze
You can book a stay stone's throw from any of these attractions if you consult the interactive hotel map at Booked.net.