Savannah Pensione



304 East Hall Street SavannahSee nearby area


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    It was run as a hostel for some 15 years but the owner of this basic neighborhood crash-pad got tired of backpackers traipsing up and down the historic steps of the 1884 Italianate mansion. Fair enough. Now a bare-bones and vibeless pensione, it still offers the cheapest historic quarter rooms, though its potential is criminally unrealized.

    Dorms beds can be had for $26, but only for groups of three or more who know each other.

    Our independent authors have visited Savannah Pensione and selected this as one of our recommended hostels in Savannah.

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    Welcome to Savannah, where the past comes alive. A city that was spared in the Civil War that is now the largest historic district in North America.

    The Pensione is located inside the Historic District in a large Victorian home that features 12 foot ceilings, several balconies and a courtyard inside the historic district two blocks from beautiful Forsyth park, walking distance to all the squares, City Market, and River Street.

    A short drive away are three Forts that played a key role in protecting Savannah, Tybee Island with her beautiful sand beaches, and marshland all around sporting wildlife.
    The Pensione is open all year.

    Please note we only have private rooms and group rooms for 3 or more (know each other).

    Please note:
    Check in between 07.00-10.00 and 17.00-23.00
    Check out before 11.00
    Cancellation policy: 48h advance notice
    Tax included
    Breakfast Not Included
    Payment upon arrival by cash or credit cards

    Services & facilities

    • Recreation
      • Bicycle Hire
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