Savoy Hostel Galway City Centre
AddressEglinton Street GalwaySee nearby area
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Description provided by property
Located in the heart of vibrant Galway city centre, a 3-minute walk from Eyre Square, the Savoy Hostel offers colourful accommodation with free breakfast and free WiFi. There is a 24-hour front desk at this hostel.
This Eglinton Street hostel provides mixed dormitories with bunk beds and use of stylish en-suite bathrooms. All are air-conditioned and have safety deposit boxes, lockers and charging facilities.
Guests have use of common rooms, kitchen facilities and vending machines. Luggage storage, laundry and postal services and free computer use are among the other facilities offered. Books are available for exchange and locks can be purchased.
The Savoy Hostel is in the heart of the city centre beside Shop Street, the main thoroughfare and close to Quay Street with its many bars, cafes and restaurants. Attractions including the Spanish Arch and Galway City Museum are within a 10-minute walk and staff at the hotel can arrange tours to Aran Island, Cliffs of Moher, the Burren and Connemara.
After a booking is made, you will receive an email from the property with further instructions regarding the payment procedures and the key collection.
Please note that photographic identification is required by all guests checking in.
Parking is available in Hynes Yard, 8-10 mins walk from the hostel. Hynes Yard is situated on The Dock Road and also Merchants Road with a special discounted rate of EUR 7 per 24 hours with the Savoy Hostel stamp. Please present your tickets to reception prior to check-out to gain this discount.
Services & facilities
- Non-smoking throughout
- Facilities for disabled guests
- Ticket service
- Tour desk
- 24-hour front desk
- Vending machine (drinks)
- Free WiFi
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