Their was a big group of us there for the weekend (20 plus) and we were treated really badly they didnt keep their word they put random people in our rooms and went in without our permission. some of us were forced to sleep on matresses on the floor. our property was stolen as the people running it left the keys in the door when we were all out and they were rude about our queries when we tried to talk to them about it. the night manager came in when we were all sleeping and began shining a torch in all our faces and repeatedly turned the lights on in the rooms when we were sleeping at 5 in the morning. one other guest who was older kept trying to sell us drugs and he was also using derogitory terms towards us as a large number of us were gay/bi ect and when we told the management they done nothing about it. galway is a great city but this one experience that was not expected. avoid this place like the plague
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- Woodquay Hostel is ideally situated in the heart of Galway City , two minutes walk from Eyre Square and within five minutes walk to all the general amenities. Recently refurbished this family run hostel offers very clean and comfortable hospitality to all our guests. In addition to our ensuite rooms, guests can avail of our spacious fully equipped kitchen, dining room and common room. An added advantage to our location is that we are situated behind Galway 's main thoroughfares thus ensuring a comfortable night sleep to all our guests. ... more less
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