I spent a week at East Bay Inn and it was far enough down River Street that there wasn't a ton of foot traffic, but it was completely accessible to the city. I walked everywhere except Tybee Island! The staff were wonderful and it was the little things that counted most. Historic hotels don't always have the greatest sound proofing so there were a few times when I heard pets and kids, but other than that, it was super relaxing.
The location of this B&B was perfect for me. I didn't want to be in the center of the district because of the noise and crowds. It was on a beautiful, quiet street not too far from all the shops and River Street if you are able to do some walking. If you're not, there is a free bus that goes around the district. I didn't use it though.
The breakfast made by Miss Virginia was the best I have ever had in all my travels! I couldn't eat lunch because of the delicious food she cooked every morning.
I would definitely choose the Eliza Thompson House again.
When we arrived around 2 our room wasn't ready. so we went to river street and came back at 4 when our room was supposed to be ready and it still wasn't. They switched us to another room I think because and everything else was good the rest of our stay there. The room service menu was limited. Nice little bar down stairs to grab a drink but they close around 11. Also parking costs $25 a day I wish this was just added into the room rate because your rate you though was really good wasn't so good compared to some other places in the area. Overall I would recommend nice place
This hotel is in Savannah’s historic district, within a block of City Market and River Street and 3 miles from Old Fort …More
The River Street Inn was a most pleasant introduction to the wonderfully nice people of Savanna! The rooms are well appointed, the staff was attentive and extremely efficient and helpful at every turn, and the view of river and its traffic was truly and unpaid-for bonus! The announcement of the early morning entry and exit of the illuminated freighters is a sight to be remembered, and served us quite well as a pleasant signal of the commencement of another enjoyable day.
There can't be a better location!
Savannah’s charm is visible in the downtown’s squares, Spanish moss-covered live oaks, and its abundance of historic buildings, such as the Andrew Low House. Along the Savannah River, musicians, galleries, and shops compete for attention on River Street, while iron bridges and cobblestone attract visitors to Factor’s Walk. The art scene flourishes, thanks in part to the Savannah College of Art & Design.
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