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The family-run Western Hotel is located in the heart of Galway, just off Eyre Square. All the staff were so friendly and helpful (reception, housekeeping, in the bar/breakfast room).
The HYDE Hotel is a modern, boutique-style hotel located in the heart of Galway City, right next to the train and bus stations, and just a minute’s walk from Eyre square. The room was very modern, up to date, clean and comfortable.
Located on Galway's picturesque waterfront, Harbor Hotel offers modern rooms including, air-conditioning, free WiFi, bluetooth speakers and onsite car parking. Staff was the highlight of the hotel. The room was fine and so was the hotel.
At Eyre Square, the warm and comfortable Imperial Hotel in Galway city center is close to Galway University NUIG and the bus and railway station. Very spacious and clean room. Control over heat, great shower. Comfortable bed.
In Galway’s historic Latin Quarter, The House is an elegant, 4-star hotel just off Quay Square and the Spanish Arch. fantastic location with super-friendly staff.
Overlooking Eyre Square in the heart of Galway, The Skeffington Arms offers bright, modern rooms, a vibrant bar and restaurant, and Galway‘s largest cocktail bar. Brilliant stay and lovely staff. Sitting in the Skeff bar at the open fire was so relaxing while it...
The Galmont Hotel & Spa overlooks Galway Bay and is just 656 feet from Eyre Square. It has an award-winning restaurant, Spirit One Spa and Energize fitness and leisure. Effort to merge two different booking into one and avoid changing rooms in the middle.
The Residence Hotel is located in Galway's entertainment neighborhood and offers free WiFi. Boutique, great staff and the bar/restaurant was Top notch
We hit Galway during a spate of bad weather and probably can't give Eyre Square it's due. It is a very nice green space in the middle of downtown Galway. Try to go when it isn't pouring!
Don't bother, too many stall of crap, too many stalls of same same food. Had been hoping for proper artisan stalls, dint find any just stalls with rude stall holders. In fairness the Christmas ornament stall were fantastic, so lovely to deal with, but other than that the stall holders spoke to customers like they owned them a living. Very very disappointed. Last time I'll go. Would rather support my local small businesses.
Very relaxing and enjoyable. During the summer months, if the weather is good, it is nice to buy a take away coffee/lunch and bring it over to the green area in the square. There is seating but it is also nice to chill on the grass. The place is buzzing with people of all ages and if you are lucky, many wonderfully talented musicians will be playing/performing in the surrounding area. In the winter and in particular at Christmastime, there is a Christmas market and the place is amazing. Shopping in Galway is the best with a huge variety of shops in the city centre and plenty of shopping centres. The buzz is just amazing. It's a student's and artist's paradise any time of the year.
As stated above about Galway, I loved the way There was so Many stores, Pubs & Restaurants So close together and the food & people working at all the places we went to were friendly & very kind. The Street Musicians were Amazingly Talented And we’re a Joy to behold! Such a Wide Variety too!!! So much to see, Definitely bring a Camera whether you have a cell phone or not. I had problems with my cell phone because of battery & charging issues and my phone looking for Towers that are in Oregon Not Ireland iPhone 7. Just saying I wish I had known that in advance, I asked people about this kind of thing before I left Oregon & people were vague at best and researching that On the Internet didn’t help. Anyway, I would Definitely go back, bring More money to do more & exchange currency at the Dublin Airport in a Much larger quantity to begin with. You don’t know,”In Advance,” how many Tours, and places you will end up visiting, so Plan ahead! I loved staying at the Flannery’s Hotel as the 409 Double Decker Bus picks you up so close to there and your able to get to Eyre Square quickly! My daughter & I Loved that convenience!!! Fantastic! I would & will go back Much better prepared And with My Own Camera that doesn’t need to be constantly charged & connected to Wi-Fi! That way, you don’t miss out on taking All the Wonderful pictures you can possibly take!!! I was So fascinated by it all, that I was torn between taking pictures & experiencing it All! My advice, or “Tip,” go to Galway, to Eyre Square, experience Kennedy Park, The Cliffs Of Moher & Aran Islands near there Doolin and Definitely order the Clam Chowder which is more of a Seafood Chowder delicious & delightfully so!!! This can be found at Fitzpatrick’s Pub in Doolin.
The square is unavoidable as its the central hub for city buses. It is also bordered by the railway station. The park was reworked some years ago and I seem to remember that both the cost and result were controversial. It is now invaded by seagulls that are annoying people eating from the nearby fast food outlets.
Our room was located over a bar that had music playing until midnight/1am. The hotel is located on a busy corner of Eyre Square and a crosswalk was right outside our window so we heard the crosswalk beeping as people crossed. The staff was very accommodating and kind, and the bar/pub was great for food and drink! It was in a wonderful location as far as getting to Shop Street, etc. We had a WONDERFUL stay in Galway!
We were completely satisfied with Western Citypoint Apartments. They are ideally located in Eyre Square, central to shops, restaurants, tours, and everything that Galway offers. We had a 2 bed/2 bath apartment. It was spacious, very clean and fully equipped. The furniture was comfortable and the staff was friendly and helpful. Great place!
The location of the hotel was ideal. I came to Galway via the Bus and the hotel was a short walk up the hill from the Bus station. It was also ideally located close to Eyre Square and a 10 -15 minute walk from several key bars and restaurants.
The hotel is in a great location. Right between the train station and the bus depot as well as right across the street from Eyre Square. Staff was pleasant and room was clean and functional. Close to restaurants and tourist atractions.
The location was perfect, very close to Eyre Square and a short walking distance from practically everywhere else we wanted to go. Also, the design of the hotel was contemporary and hip. It's a very "cool" place!
The hotel is in a good location - only 15-20 mins walk from Eyre Square. The staff were friendly. The room was warm, the bed was comfy enough and in general things were quiet enough. Free parking is great too for Galway!
Newly renovated, modern rooms. Make sure to book those as not all the rooms have been renovated yet in the hotel. Totally worth it! Great location and just walking distance away from eyre square and the latin quarter.
The Eyre Square Hotel is gorgeous and the perfect location to explore Galway! Our stay was lovely. The rooms were beautiful, clean, and comfy. I would absolutely stay here again!
Everything was amazing, the staff, the hotel, the location right in Eyre Square. Galway is a fantastic place to visit, great people, great pubs, easy to get around.
Nice hotel with a great location right downtown Galway. Short walk from Latin quarter and right at Eyre square. Rooms were good size and staff was very friendly.