Glenlo Abbey, Galway’s 5 star luxury hotel, is the perfect resort for Galway weddings, incentives, meetings and midweek or weekend hotel breaks in Galway, Ireland.
Set on a 138 acre estate, this 5 star manor has been open to guests since 1740. Each bedroom is designed with comfort in mind and offers dramatic views of the parkland.
A 9 hole parkland golf course, designed by Christy O Connor JNR, set on a backdrop of Lough Corrib is available.
Positioned on the outskirts of Shifnal’s town, this 17th century hotel presents itself as a stylish and luxury building that combines contemporary amenities with traditional features.
The hotel has a wonderfully peaceful home-from-home ambiance and welcomes families to stay at it.
The hotel has been awarded by Conde Nast Johansens for being ‘The Most Romantic’ in their 2013 Awards.
With amazing views and 272 well-appointed rooms, the Radisson Blu Hotel & Spa is an ideal urban retreat.
The spa center features a gym,a swimming pool and a sauna; it offers unique spa treatments, including Ole Henriksen and Elemis.
All children are welcome, children under 12 years old stay for free when using existing beds.
Situated on the shores of Galway Bay and just five minutes from the vibrant Galway City, this 4 Star hotel offers unforgettable experiences to all.
Babysitting or childcare services (surcharge).
Accessible bathroom, path of travel and parking, in-room accessibility.
As one of the best 5 star hotels in Ireland, the G Hotel combines contemporary design and comfort with unique service and incredible cuisine.
ESPA features a crystal steam room, 8 treatment rooms, a rain shower and a sauna.
All children are welcome, children under 2 years old stay for free when using existing beds.
The hotel offers comprehensive facilities such as restaurant, internet services, business center and conference room.
The hotel has a restaurant and a bar/lounge.
Initially constructed in 1852, the hotel was known as The Railway Hotel, and later on as the Great Southern Hotel, before becoming known as Hotel Meyrick, the name it still retain until today. Despite its name changes, the hotel always strove to provide the most luxurious and high quality accommodation for every guest, while it even accommodated Prince Louis Napoleon of France in 1857. During WWI, the hotel was occupied by the British Army.
Overlooking the well known Salthill Promenade, this stylish hotel boasts a 25-metre swimming pool, a large gym and a whirlpool.
All children are welcome, children under 4 years stay for free when using existing beds. Babysitting/child services are also available.
As a preferred Galway wedding venue, the Hotel offers the idyllic romantic backdrop to your wedding day.
With its gorgeous location, Jameson Court in Galway is a perfect base for exploring Galway and the entire West of Ireland.
Pets are allowed on request with no extra charges.
A lovely home located on Dalysfort Road, Salthill, a peaceful residential location within walking distance to promenade and its wonderful sandy beaches.