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|The House Hotel||Fabulous 8.8|
|The Victoria Hotel||Good 7.8|
|Park House Hotel||Superb 9.1|
|Imperial Hotel Galway||Very good 8.4|
|The G Hotel||Fabulous 8.6|
|Pillo Hotel Galway||Very good 8.4|
|Salthill Hotel||Fabulous 8.8|
|Galway Bay Hotel Conference & Leisure Centre||Fabulous 8.6|
|Westwood Hotel||Very good 8.3|
|Flannery's Hotel||Very good 8.3|
|The Connacht Hotel||Very good 8.3|
|Hotel Clybaun||Very good 8.2|
|Eyre Square Hotel||Very good 8.1|
|Forster Court Hotel||Very good 8.5|
|The Ardilaun Hotel||Very good 8.2|
Promenade, Salthill, Galway, Ireland
Score from 1865 reviews
1 Westbrook, Barna Road, Galway, Galway, Ireland
Score from 8 reviews
54 Newcastle Road, Cookes Corner, Galway, Ireland
Score from 454 reviews
10 Cuan Glas, Salthill, Galway, Ireland
Score from 449 reviews
3 Ocean Wave, Dr. Colohan Road, Salthill, Galway, Ireland
Score from 412 reviews
Clybaun Road, Knocknacarra, Salthill, Galway, Ireland
Score from 898 reviews
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.
“Design of room Amazingly comfortable bed location is most central possible!”
“Friendly atmosphere and staff. Couldn't ask for more.”
“Location, food, ambience and above all the friendliness of the staff”
“The staff were so lovely, accommodating and helpful. from the night staff to the morning staff everyone was beyond great and really made our stay.”
“Gorgeous hotel. So so different. Opulent artistic just wonderful . definitely one for the bucket list and anyone who likes something different and completely non traditional.”
“Air Conditioning Comfortable bed Excellent breakfasts Friendly helpful staff Free parking Walking distance of City Centre”
“The hotel was excellent - facilities and staff were great. Lovely location overlooking Galway Bay - unfortunately the weather wasn't great but would stay at this hotel again.”
“The location The staff The breakfast choice The swimming pool”
“Attitude of reception staff, excellent and a credit to the Hotel management.”
“Clean, comfortable with excellent food - what more can you ask for, thank you”
“Hot Tube out side in the winter time is something amazing. Maria - receptionist - very professional and friendly. Rooms looks very good and clean. Are very comfortable. I love purple colour. Part of swimming pool is also designed for kids.”
“Great location. Close to both bus stations and Eyre Square. Lovely staff.”
“I always stay in the Forster Court due to it's location and competitive rates. The staff are always friendly. Lovely bar food. Excellent breakfast. Cosy rooms. Always a winner!”
“Comfortable, good location, perfect view, friendly staff. It was a little busy on Easter weekend and we had to wait a little bit for breakfast. But we enjoyed a lot our stay!!!”
“The Connacht Hotel is well worth a visit, very friendly staff and excellent facilities. It is located within walking distance of the City Centre and The Sportsground (home of Connacht Rugby). The restaurant has a very good menu and is well priced. Overall the hotel is very good value for money. We will definitely be returning.”
“A very comfortable hotel with helpful friendly staff. Right on the Bay, with the best view across to Clare. It was easy to get to the city centre or stroll down the Salthill Prom to local pubs and restaurants. A great place to stay.”
“staff friendly, helpful room was clean, adequate wifi available not too far from galway city centre bus stop nearby near the salthill promenade approx 10eur in a taxi from city centre”
“Location - very easy to get to city centre and to sea front in Salthill. The staff were absolutely fabulous. Mary at Reception was great and really helpful with local information and organising us cabs to take us to various appointments which we had. The breakfast staff were also great in helping us to get breakfast - we had to leave early and they could not have been more helpful in organising this for us.”
“Highly recommend the Bentley Lodge to any visitor to Galway. Situated right beside the famous Salthill Promenade and just a short distance from the city centre. Our room was large bright and modern with a flat screen tv and wifi. John and his family where very welcoming and helpful.”
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