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This modern hotel houses everything you'd need for a fun city break in Galway, from comfortable accommodation, a decent spa with added extras such as float therapies, good food focusing on local fare and eye-wateringly gorgeous views of Lough Atalia. The staff are welcoming and don't hold back when it comes to giving local tips on where to visit in Galway. If you have your own car you'll find the ample car parking available very handy, though those travelling by train will be grateful for the short distance to the hotel. You can walk into the city centre in 15minutes for cafés, restaurants and of course traditional Irish pubs.

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Yasemen Kaner-White
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As we came by train, we were delighted the station was so near.

Galway city centre isn't too far away on foot, or see the beautiful sights of Connemara, including the National Park.
By plane: flights from Birmingham and Edinburgh take 1 hour 15 minutes, and 1 hour 30 minutes from London to Shannon. It's an hour's drive to the hotel. On-site parking costs €10 per day.

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Style & Character

The close position to Galway city centre makes the hotel ideal for anyone wanting to explore the area - from solo travellers to families and couples. The view of the neighbouring lough is where the real beauty lies in this contemporary hotel.

Service & Facilities

We were happy to find a Hammam at the hotel.

  • Restaurant
  • Bar
  • Terrace
  • Fitness centre
  • Swimming pool
  • Spa
  • On-site parking
  • Free Wi-Fi


The Deluxe Sea View rooms boast beautiful vistas over Lough Atalia. The Bewley's tea and coffee in the room went down well - it's always nice to see hotels support local producers.

Classic, Superior, Family, Triple, Deluxe Sea View, Business Class, Executive
Facilities include: ensuite bathroom with Elemis toiletries, hairdryer, tea and coffee facilities, bottled water, TV, free Wi-Fi

Food & Drink

The afternoon tea was tasty and the views over Lough Atalia added to the enjoyment. The light lunch offerings at Coopers are broad - we loved the Galway goats cheese salad with sunflower seeds, baby spinach, carrots and dressing.

Marinas Restaurant: Irish cuisine, local/seasonal produce. Open daily for breakfast and dinner. Mains from €12.

Coopers: casual bar, lounge and terrace. Open daily for lunch, dinner and drinks. Afternoon tea, Thu-Sun from €30.

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