|Location||49th Street and 7th Avenue|
|Proprietor Weakness||Threatening Innocents|
In 1945 Umberto Raffini is forced to pay his money to the Corleones.The Savannah Hotel was a Cuneo business operating in Midtown. It was run by family friend Umberto Raffini, who ensured that no rackets were run out of the business. It was also where the Cuneos went to the matresses at times of mob war.
At the time of Michael Rizzi's baptism, Don Cuneo was staying here whilst trying to negotiate a settlement with Raffini, who had defected. When the Don left the building, he was trapped in the revolving door and killed by Corleone enforcer, Willie Cicci.