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Next Saturday, June 29 sees the return of the ever-successful Ladies Night in The Welcome Inn Hotel, and in honour of the hotel’s 50th anniversary this year, they’ve decided to make this one special; very special! The Chain Gang – a group of male dancers will be performing on the night and promises to be an unbelievable show, not to be missed!
Since opening its doors in 1852, the luxury four star Hotel Meyrick which overlooks the historic Eyre Square at the heart of Galway City has welcomed more than six million visitors.
Shay Livingstone (pictured), has been appointed general manager of the Carlton Hotel Galway City. The Carlton Hotel Galway city is a 268 bedroomed hotel with extensive meeting and fitness facilities and a popular family destination.
Dinner and a Movie at the g Hotel has become one of Galway’s most popular options for a night, with almost 15,000 guests having enjoyed the entertainment experience over the past few years. To celebrate the success and popularity of the Dinner and a Movie offer to date, the g Hotel has designed a lavish prize for one lucky person who will purchase the hotel’s 15,000th Dinner and a Movie package.
Despite a drop of three per cent in the first six months of this year, Galway is still one of the most expensive destinations for hotels in Ireland.
The Ivy Hotel in Eyre Street was known as Baker’s Hotel during the Black and Tan era. Captain Baker, who had served in the war, lived there with his daughters. A number of Black and Tans, including the infamous Krumm, lived there, and others frequented the hotel. The girls were friendly with the Tans and the local IRA took a poor view of this.
Kinnitty Castle Hotel is located in the picturesque village of Kinnitty Co Offaly, nestled in the foothills of the Slieve Bloom Mountains, offering the perfect setting for your stay.
Kinnitty Castle Hotel is located in the picturesque village of Kinnitty Co Offaly, nestled in the foothills of the Slieve Bloom Mountains, offering the perfect setting for your stay. Easily accessible from the new M7 extension and now within 90 minutes from Dublin, Galway, and Limerick, Kinnitty offers everything you would expect from a medieval setting from dungeon bars to fairytale weddings.
The D4 Berkeley, part of the D4 Hotels group, is the perfect spot to enjoy a flavour of old Dublin while visiting the capital.
The McWilliam Park Hotel has announced the launch of its new conference brochure.