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At the beginning of Savannah’s National Historic Landmark District, the perfect riverfront location. In the center of Savannah’s historic River Walk, within easy walking distance of museums, galleries, theaters, shops, land and water tours, and architecturally and historically significant buildings. Savannah International Airport: 8 miles, 20 minutes.

Driving Directions

From Savannah/Hilton Head International Airport: Take Interstate 95 South, to exit 99-A, which puts you on Interstate 16 East to Savannah. Interstate 16 East ends at a traffic light in downtown Savannah at Exit 167B. Immediately move to the left-most lane and turn left at that light (Liberty Street). Turn right at the next traffic light (Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd.). After the 3rd traffic light, turn right onto Bay Street. Continue through 4 traffic lights and just past the 4th traffic light at Drayton Street, River Street Inn's loading and unloading parking area is on your left.

Nearest Airport

Savannah/Hilton Head International Airport: 10 miles/16 kilometers, 18 minutes.

Hotel Address

124 East Bay Street, Savannah

Georgia, United States 31401

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