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Jurys Inn Galway 4 stars

Hotel in Galway

Overlooking Galway Bay and situated on Quay Street, Jurys Inn Galway is a 2-minute walk from St. Nicholas' Collegiate Church. It offers a restaurant and a 24-hour reception. The room and bathtub was amazing and very comfortable. The duvet was a bit thick for my taste but cozy. The breakfast was awesome 😊😊 you could ask for freshly made porridge as well.

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7.9
Good
4,349 reviews
Price from
£119
per night

Flannery's Hotel 3 stars

Hotel in Galway

Flannery’s Hotel features spacious rooms with free Wi-Fi, The Galwegian Restaurant and Frankie’s Bar & Bistro. There is free parking on site, and central Galway is 3.6 km away. Comfortable, clean, restaurant on site, close to bus stop.

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8.4
Very good
4,400 reviews
Price from
£87
per night

The Galmont Hotel & Spa 4 stars

Hotel in Galway

The Galmont Hotel & Spa overlooks Galway Bay and is just 200 metres from Eyre Square. It has an award-winning restaurant, Spirit One Spa and Energize fitness and leisure. Location, staff, breakfast, bathroom, tv channels, bed, our spacious room which was very clean, quiet and comfy.

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8.5
Very good
3,996 reviews
Price from
£150
per night

The Connacht Hotel 3 stars

Hotel in Galway

The Connacht Hotel is located close to Lough Atalia, 1.5 miles from the city centre. It boasts a leisure centre with a 20-metre pool, spacious rooms, free Wi-Fi, and free parking. Kids club & the pool were perfect for us!

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8.5
Very good
6,936 reviews
Price from
£102
per night

Maldron Hotel Sandy Road Galway 4 stars

Hotel in Galway

Less than a 15-minute walk away from Galway city centre, the modern 4-star Maldron Hotel Sandy Road Galway is located at Headford Point. We were at the end of the hallway with the door for the stairs beside us. Everything time some one used it the door banded shut. VERY loud bang.

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8.4
Very good
2,960 reviews
Price from
£103
per night

Clayton Hotel Galway 4 stars

Hotel in Galway

This contemporary hotel with leisure facilities and free parking is located opposite Galway Racecourse, just outside Galway city. The room was very spacious and spotless clean

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8.4
Very good
3,754 reviews
Price from
£103
per night

Clybaun Hotel 4 stars

Hotel in Salthill, Galway

The hotel is ideally located between the buzz of Galway city and the relaxed seaside resort of Salthill. Hotel was lovely, clean and comfortable. Nice leisure facilities. Guinness was excellent, the best I had on a weekend visit home to Ireland.

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8.2
Very good
1,969 reviews
Price from
£102
per night

Menlo Park Hotel 4 stars

Hotel in Galway

Located in its own private grounds, this 4-star hotel offers spacious, elegant rooms. It is only 20 minutes’ walk from Galway’s centre and 5 minutes' walk from the nearest shopping centre. the staff were extremely helpful and friendly. Breakfast was lovely more than we could eat.

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9
Superb
3,466 reviews
Price from
£102
per night

The Victoria Hotel 3 stars

Hotel in Galway

The Victoria Hotel enjoys a city centre location in Eyre Square Galway, next to the bus and train station. It offers spacious en-suite rooms, a restaurant and a full service bar. Biggest surprise in a long time. Hotel looks horrible from the outside but it’s being renovated and the rooms are just fantastic! Super cozy and comfortable. Pictures included. I have not slept this well in a hotel for a long time.

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7.9
Good
2,422 reviews
Price from
£124
per night

Harbour Hotel 4 stars

Hotel in Galway

Situated on Galway's picturesque waterfront, Harbour Hotel offers modern rooms including, air-conditioning, free WiFi, bluetooth speakers and onsite car parking. The staff were impeccable. They made our stay exceptional. It felt like a real Irish experience as they all seemed to be local and genuinely enjoying their work. Special mention to the charming young man Sarin who’s friendliness and attention to detail was wonderful. He remembered our names and our trip to the Aran Islands, asking how it was the next day we saw him. It’s people like him that can really make a stay at a hotel feel like a home or a place you belong. He was not alone in such a high level of service but he was my favourite. The housekeeping team were great and also very happy and friendly. The restaurant staff and the reception team we all great too, not a single person let the side down. I cannot wait till I can visit again. Such a great experience.

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8.6
Fabulous
1,519 reviews
Price from
£128
per night

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Cracking City of Craic

Welcoming Galway is a small city with fantastic nightlife and an infectious atmosphere. Outside of the Galway Arts Festival, there’s still plenty of live music in the Irish pubs to get the party started.

The Galway Races at Ballybrit Race Course west of Galway Airport attract a good crowd, as does Eyre Square, a green space with flags of previous ruling families who gave it its nickname - City of Tribes. To the south are cobbled streets housing brightly coloured shops and restaurants.

Sights in Galway include its cathedral and city museum which offers an interesting insight into the history of the city and Ireland. Lynch’s Castle is the last remaining 17th-century merchant house, and the Spanish Arch is a small section of city walls by the Corrib River, linking Galway Bay to huge Loch Corrib. Where river and ocean meet is Claddagh Park, a great spot for a picnic with a view.

Further around the coast is Salthill Promenade, home to Atlantaquaria, Ireland’s national aquarium, focussing on sealife off Irish shores. It’s a Christmas Day tradition to jump from Blackrock Diving Tower nearby into the icy Atlantic Ocean, though you may well spot some wag giving it a go.

Booking.com has an excellent range of Galway hotels, apartments and B&Bs to complete your stay.

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