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      Best hotels near Galway Cathedral, Galway

      4.1/5Very Good105 Reviews
      0.56km from Galway Cathedral
      Check in to the Cliffs of Moher in the west of Ireland. The nearest big city is Galway. Galway has few good hotels to choose from. Jury inn is a good choice. The location is next to the Spanish arch in the city center. Very close. Self-driving cars can be parked in the underground parking garage on the right side of the hotel door. An overnight car of 10 euros is not expensive. Although the hotel is old, the room facilities are good, and the breakfast is also a standard English breakfast, it is recommended!
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      4.4/5Excellent100 Reviews
      0.52km from Galway Cathedral
      The Residence Hotel is situated in Galway's entertainment neighbourhood and offers free WiFi. The hotel features 20 individually designed bedrooms which include a flat-screen TV with access to Netflix and tea/coffee making facilities. The Residence Hotel is located next to the 1520 Bar, which offers a homemade menu daily. Live music can also be enjoyed. Galway’s Latin Quarter features medieval streets and numerous boutiques, cafes, bars, and restaurants. Eyre Square and Galway Station are both 5 minutes’ walk away.
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      4.4/5Excellent51 Reviews
      0.51km from Galway Cathedral
      Really lovely place but just don’t stay here at the weekend if you want to sleep before 2am. Really sorry to leave a review like this- stayed for 3 nights (Wed-Saturday), the first two nights were great, but on Friday night we discovered our room shared a wall with a late night bar that played super loud music (all your favourite club tunes) until 2am. Other than that everything was great, rooms are compact but have everything you need (lovely shower, clean and modern interior, comfy bed and a big TV) We let them know about the noise on check out and whilst they did apologise, the said they had already done everything in their power to soundproof the room & ‘that’s the trade off for being in the centre of the city’. I appreciate that, but do think there should be some mention of it on their website because listening Flo-rida with the bass turned up at 2am was pretty a unpleasant way to round off what otherwise would have been a nice stay.
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      4/5Very Good100 Reviews
      0.46km from Galway Cathedral
      7 Cross Street is a 600-year old medieval building that mixes original character and modern facilities. It offers boutique rooms in Galway's centre, just 5 minutes' walk from Eyre Square and Galway Train Station. Rooms at the 7 Cross Street are compact and tastefully designed, featuring free Wi-Fi and TVs. They also have hairdryers and irons. Continental breakfast is included for each room. This features cereals, breads, meats, cheeses, yogurts, juices, tea and coffee. 7 Cross Street is in the heart of the city centre, with restaurants, shops and pubs just steps away. South Park and the beach are both a 10-minute walk away, and parking is available less than a 3-minute walk from the townhouse.
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      4.2/5Very Good103 Reviews
      0.45km from Galway Cathedral
      The location of the hotel is really good, right in the center of the city and convenient to go everywhere. The rooms arranged by the hotel are also annexes, and the bathroom should be renovated and clean. The room was very large and had 2 beds. Breakfast is continental breakfast, hot only boiled eggs, pan cake and tea / coffee. There are slices of ham and salami. There are many types of bread, such as yogurt and fruit. Breakfast is included in the room rate, so don't expect too much.
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      4.4/5Excellent75 Reviews
      0.53km from Galway Cathedral
      We had been to a family christening at Tully Cross where we had spent two nights. Having stopped and had lunch in Galway a few months before the outbreak of covid we had decided that we would like to have a stop over the next time we passed through and as we were to pick up and later drop off a hire car it was ideal. We made the booking at the Skeffington Arms online a couple of months before. From arriving on the Monday to leaving on the Wednesday we were made to feel very welcome. The location was ideal for us being very central and within walking distance of the coach station for our return journey to Dublin Airport. Our room was a very good size and with the weather we were experiencing the air conditioning in our was most welcome. From our arrival to our departure the staff couldn't have been more friendly or helpful. We would have liked to have stayed longer but due to work commitments this wasn't possible. A very enjoyable stay, over too soon. Steve and Linda from West Yorkshire
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      4.4/5Excellent76 Reviews
      0.63km from Galway Cathedral
      Located on the corner of Eyre Square in Galway City, the multi award-winning Kinlay Hostel is 1 minutes' walk from both the coach and train stations. This hostel is described as 'Top Choice' in the current edition of the Lonely Planet’s guide. Kinlay Hostel boasts a mix of private rooms and dormitories. Guest facilities include a common room with a pool table and TV, a fully equipped self-catering kitchen and a dining room. A free breakfast and high-speed WiFi as well as free computer usage, free luggage storage, free printing and free city maps are all provided to guests. There is a 24-hour reception desk and staff are available to offer recommendations of things to do in Galway. Tours to the Cliffs of Moher, Connemara and the Aran Islands leave from outside the front door every morning.
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      3.9/5100 Reviews
      0.68km from Galway Cathedral
      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.Rooms at the hotel are decorated in warm colours and feature private bathrooms and hairdryers. They also include a TV and facilities for making tea and coffee. Free Wi-Fi is available in public areas of the hotel.Alexandra’s Restaurant is open all year round for breakfast, and dinner is served from June to September. Evening meals can also be enjoyed in the Vic Bar.Guests can benefit from a special overnight parking rate at a nearby multi-storey car park. The Victoria is located across the street from Corbett Court shopping centre, and there is plenty of shopping, theatre, nightlife and activities within walking distance of the hotel.
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      4.1/5Very Good100 Reviews
      0.43km from Galway Cathedral
      In the centre of picturesque Galway City, Eyre Square Townhouse is a 2-minute walk from the train and coach stations. Each room has a flat-screen TV and free Wi-Fi is available. All of the stylish rooms have comfortable beds and modern en suite facilities with a power shower. There is a computer with a free internet connection in the townhouse for guests to use. The award-winning Revive Cafe and Bistro is on site, serving fresh organic produce in relaxed surroundings. The Eyre Square Townhouse is located close to the many shops, bars and restaurants that lively Galway has to offer.
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      4.5/5Excellent25 Reviews
      0.67km from Galway Cathedral
      Located next to Galway Railway and Bus Station, Galway City Hostel overlooks Eyre Square. With free WiFi, printing, and luggage storage, the hostel also offers continental breakfast and a shared lounge. The reception staff can arrange tours to the Cliffs of Moher, Connemara, and the Aran Islands. Offering landmark and city views, the dorms come with a wardrobe and access to a shared bathroom and toilet. The hostel also offers laundry facilities and vending machines. There is also a tour desk with free maps and ticket service. Local attractions include Lynch Castle, 4 minutes’ away, Galway Cathedral, 9 minutes’ walk away and the Spanish Arch, 7 minutes’ walk away.
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      4/5Very Good104 Reviews
      0.67km from Galway Cathedral
      The hotel is right next to the bus station, the El Square is just across the road, there is a visitor center across the road, and there is a question to ask directly. We are going to Asford Castle the next day. The staff at the visitor center helped us check the bus time and booked a taxi for us. The hotel's facilities are very distinctive, the interior is old-fashioned, the beds are old, similar to our beds of the 780s, but very clean. The entire hotel room is partially filled with the smell of disinfectant. The hotel breakfast was delicious and the rest were average.
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      4.4/5Excellent100 Reviews
      1.76km from Galway Cathedral
      The Nest Boutique Hostel offers accommodation in Galway. Some rooms have a seating area where you can relax. The Nest Boutique Hostel features free WiFi throughout the property. There is a 24-hour front desk at the property and a fireplace in the common area. Limited free parking available (5 spaces and one accessible) on a first-come, first-served basis. Salthill is 400 metres from The Nest Boutique Hostel, while St. Nicholas Collegiate Church is 1.7 km away. Shannon Airport is 64 km from the property.
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      Reviews of Hotels near Galway Cathedral in Galway

      4.2/5102 Reviews
      Hotel location is okay, visually it is the best hotel in Galway, but the facilities are average. Encountered Galway Oyster Festival, the hotel is full, so the price is unrealistically high.
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      4.4/5102 Reviews
      What a lovely location, a gorgeous hotel and the swimming pool was great with the added bonus of an outside hot tub overlooking the sea. My room was 631 with a large king bed, desks, adequate bathroom with bath and shower, seats with table, desk and TV and all the usual facilities in a hotel room. No sockets by the bed though which is something all hotels need to have now but that was the only criticism of the room. Staff where lovely, helpful and friendly although I give 4 stars as check-in didnt happen for 10 minutes due to no staff being at the reception, no idea why but it got sorted OK. The hotel is clean, the room was clean, well presented and very welcoming. I had breakfast which was the normal cooked breakfast buffet, toasts, pancakes, breads, cereals, tea or coffee, juices with plenty of seating options and a view of the sea. The staff were great, the food was good and the atmosphere relaxed. The view gives you a great start to the day. I used the pool which was great. Some families there with kids, a swimming lane, working steam room, sauna and heated jacuzzi. The outside hottub is amazing. It is a must do at this hotel. It was raiing on my stay so the outside tennis court and kids play area werent being used but its worth a mention that they have these. Location feels remote but its only 5-10 minutes from Salthill and Galway by car. There is a petrol station beside the hotel on the main road and a small village. I guess you access the hotel by car, taxi or bus.
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      4.1/5101 Reviews
      A very overdue review but didn’t want to not leave it. Had a lovely stay here in May. Staff were so kind and helpful. Room much bigger than expected (family room) and very quiet – even when we saw a raucous looking hen night setting up and then didn’t hear a squeak from it all night. Lovely pool and whilst there were lessons going on we still had ample space to swim and change. Really enjoyed our stay and felt it was well priced for the standard. Only con is that the buses aren’t as regular as hoped especially through the weekend so we had to take more taxis as expected as town was a hefty walk away (and hire car prices seem to have gone crazy in Ireland!). But will come back for sure. Thank you!
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      4.5/5100 Reviews
      The deciding factor in choosing this hotel is free parking. Facts have proved to be very wise. What is surprising is that the hotel facilities are very sophisticated and the breakfast is delicious, especially the smoked salmon. About 30 minutes walk to the town, the hotel reception lady is beautiful and enthusiastic, and helped us book a 2017 Michelin restaurant to eat raw oysters. It was great, and it would be difficult to eat without a reservation.
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      4.4/5101 Reviews
      From the moment we made our reservation with Lesley, our break away was off to a great start. We arrived to the hotel and was welcomed by a very friendly receptionist, whom gave us all the information needed for our stay. Our room was a nice size, cleaned to perfection (most important to me for hotel breaks) and I have to mention the artwork, it was so relaxing to look at. The breakfast consisted of a continental or Full Irish. I chose the continental and my husband the full Irish. They offered a great selection for both and the food was delicious. The lady (short blonde hair) in the breakfast room (apologies can't remember her name) was very accommodating and seated us at a pre set table. As it was a special occasion (10 year Wedding Anniversary) the hotel had a beautiful fruit plate with Lily O'Briens chocolates in the room on our arrival. Thanks for this nice touch. We will be back and thanks for the exceptional customer service. A very well run hotel, you should be proud 👏
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      4.4/5101 Reviews
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      4.1/5105 Reviews
      Check in to the Cliffs of Moher in the west of Ireland. The nearest big city is Galway. Galway has few good hotels to choose from. Jury inn is a good choice. The location is next to the Spanish arch in the city center. Very close. Self-driving cars can be parked in the underground parking garage on the right side of the hotel door. An overnight car of 10 euros is not expensive. Although the hotel is old, the room facilities are good, and the breakfast is also a standard English breakfast, it is recommended!
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      4.1/5100 Reviews
      Saoirse was so friendly, smiley and kind and a great way to start our breakfast experience, Colin was amazing and couldn’t do enough for us he was so helpful, friendly, on the ball! He was so good to us, as was Sean too! The staff are phenomenal and an absolute credit to the breakfast, professional and friendly at all times! Will deffo be back again to see them :)
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      4.4/5101 Reviews
      I have stayed here multiple times. The location is excellent, with ample free parking, and a nearby bus stop for bus into town (or reception will call you a taxi). It is also ideal for visiting the beauties of Connemara. On a hot day last summer, I sat on the terrace with a cocktail looking out at the bay. I no longer bother to book sea view rooms. Years ago I stayed in a sea view room, but did not think it was worth the extra money. We were not allowed to access the balcony, which defeated the purpose. On my recent visit we arrived early, but staff kindly allowed us to check into our room. We went for a drink in the bar, but I'm afraid things are as chaotic as ever there. The problem is no doubt exacerbated by the crisis in the recruitment of properly trained staff since Covid. Same with our room. It was acceptable--clean, with comfortable bed But it was an expensive room, and one expects a few extra touches All hotels, not just the Salthill, seem to have used the pandemic as an excuse to strip everything out, and to cut back on the little extras that make such a difference. So....no nicely coloured throw/coverlet on the bed...no bright matching cushions...no tourist brochures, maps, menus, information leaflets...no shower cap...no hair conditioner...no shampoo separate from the body wash.. The leisure centre is a great boon, and I love the jacuzzi pool, wonderful for aching feet and bones We were told that the restaurant gets crowded, so fearing chaos, we dined in a nice Italian restaurant in Salthill instead. Breakfast was fine. I still come back to the Salthill Hotel, because I love parking up in the spacious car park and heading off for the bracing walk along that magnificent sea-front Promenade. The rest is just a series of minor glitches. But, be warned, this is not a cheap hotel. But what hotel in Ireland is cheap these days.?
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      4.4/551 Reviews
      Really lovely place but just don’t stay here at the weekend if you want to sleep before 2am. Really sorry to leave a review like this- stayed for 3 nights (Wed-Saturday), the first two nights were great, but on Friday night we discovered our room shared a wall with a late night bar that played super loud music (all your favourite club tunes) until 2am. Other than that everything was great, rooms are compact but have everything you need (lovely shower, clean and modern interior, comfy bed and a big TV) We let them know about the noise on check out and whilst they did apologise, the said they had already done everything in their power to soundproof the room & ‘that’s the trade off for being in the centre of the city’. I appreciate that, but do think there should be some mention of it on their website because listening Flo-rida with the bass turned up at 2am was pretty a unpleasant way to round off what otherwise would have been a nice stay.
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      4/5104 Reviews
      The hotel is right next to the bus station, the El Square is just across the road, there is a visitor center across the road, and there is a question to ask directly. We are going to Asford Castle the next day. The staff at the visitor center helped us check the bus time and booked a taxi for us. The hotel's facilities are very distinctive, the interior is old-fashioned, the beds are old, similar to our beds of the 780s, but very clean. The entire hotel room is partially filled with the smell of disinfectant. The hotel breakfast was delicious and the rest were average.
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      4.1/5106 Reviews
      Arrived early as had to b at race course for 12.30 taught there would b a room just to change in was told to go to leisure centre omg no cubicles the water was dripping out of me and I suffer with my breathing and COPD my clothes got wet from the floor my husband was the same in the men's I told girl on reception the way I was and she could see the sweat running off me she did say sorry I can see the way you r anyway got bk after race and checked in to b asked for my payment now I was about to take my card out then I rememberd I had paid it which I replied I paid when I booked it the chap said sorry as they have new partners and I paid through them surely it has paid on it then asked to book for breakfast now most hotels say breakfast served till what ever time no booking as your there to relax not have a certain time to b there so we where told the time we said was booked up had to do later time 10.45 and check out is 11 am at breakfast I asked the lady any chance I could have a poched egg she looked at young lad beside her and straight away he said NO now this is a hotel with chefs and it doesn't take 5 mins to do a poched egg 😭 when checking out the girl said did you enjoy your stay I said well it was just ok she replied ahh that's great bye now not what was wrong r sorry to hear that overall the best thing about my stay was bed was comfortable
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      4.4/575 Reviews
      We had been to a family christening at Tully Cross where we had spent two nights. Having stopped and had lunch in Galway a few months before the outbreak of covid we had decided that we would like to have a stop over the next time we passed through and as we were to pick up and later drop off a hire car it was ideal. We made the booking at the Skeffington Arms online a couple of months before. From arriving on the Monday to leaving on the Wednesday we were made to feel very welcome. The location was ideal for us being very central and within walking distance of the coach station for our return journey to Dublin Airport. Our room was a very good size and with the weather we were experiencing the air conditioning in our was most welcome. From our arrival to our departure the staff couldn't have been more friendly or helpful. We would have liked to have stayed longer but due to work commitments this wasn't possible. A very enjoyable stay, over too soon. Steve and Linda from West Yorkshire
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      From$93
      4.2/5101 Reviews
      Great Hotel. Wondeful staff at every level...some lazy but everyone is human. Very responsive to guest needs and requests. Food is excellent in all areas especially breakfast. Receptionists are beautiful, friendly, and helpful with real Galway accents and welcome..not the fake programmed accents common in other places. This hotel keeps up consistent standards over my many visits.
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      4.2/5103 Reviews
      The location of the hotel is really good, right in the center of the city and convenient to go everywhere. The rooms arranged by the hotel are also annexes, and the bathroom should be renovated and clean. The room was very large and had 2 beds. Breakfast is continental breakfast, hot only boiled eggs, pan cake and tea / coffee. There are slices of ham and salami. There are many types of bread, such as yogurt and fruit. Breakfast is included in the room rate, so don't expect too much.
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      4.2/5102 Reviews
      Overall we were disappointed by this hotel. The location is very close to the centre of activity, but the hotel itself was a little shabby. The stay didn’t get off to a great start due to the lack of pleasant greetings (or general personality) from the young man behind reception. We were then disappointed to see our room, after our paying less for a much better room in our previous location. The room furniture was cheap, the TV was tiny, the wallpaper was torn, the rooms was smelly and the bed was so cheap I woke with a bad back on both nights we stayed. It was also frustrating that reception (same young man) couldn’t be bothered to answer the phone when I had a question or answer the buzzer to the car park when we arrived from our day out. Redeeming features are that all other staff in the hotel were friendly and helpful, the breakfast was very good, and the fact that it has its own car park the centre of town was really useful.
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      From$87
      4.2/5100 Reviews
      Booking without knowledge of the city or facility is always a shot in the dark. The Ardilaun has great atmosphere and the staff was wonderful! The room was clean and they have rooms for pets with a special outdoor area. It is great to have a nice place to stay with our dog! The front desk checked us in and walked us to our room, the bar staff was helpful and the service was also very good. The only issue I had and this was minuscule in terms of our stay… the breakfast that was included was subpar. There was a nice continental area that may suit most fine, but the hot ordered breakfast could use some improvement. The pancakes were cold and hard, like they had been prepared ahead of time and one of our omelettes was very much overcooked. All in all, I would recommend a stay at the Ardilaun…stick with the continental portion of the breakfast. Both the continental and hot were included in our stay, so again, wasn’t a huge factor. I would book here again.
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      From$119
      4.5/576 Reviews
      The hotel is perfectly located in the same centre of Galway, 2 minutes from the bus station. It's a very ”cuqui” hotel
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      4.4/576 Reviews
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      From$36
      4/5101 Reviews
      The hotel is a family hotel, the location is very good, a few minutes walk to the center of Galway, there are many family hotels of the same type near the hotel. The breakfast was good, the room was so-so, and the bathroom was simple
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      FAQ about Hotels near Galway Cathedral

      • When booking a hotel in Galway, what are the most popular areas to stay in?

        When visiting Galway, many travelers choose to stay at hotels in the following areas: Salthill.

      • What are some popular economy hotels in Galway?

        Kinlay House Eyre Square Hostel and Galway City Hostel are popular economy hotels with good ratings.

      • How much do hotels in Galway cost?

        Based on hotel prices on Trip.com, the average cost per night for hotels in Galway is USD 180. Hotel rates change often; this price is for reference only.

      • What are the most popular hotels in Galway?

        Whether you're traveling for business or going on vacation, there are many popular hotels to choose from in Galway. Imperial Hotel Galway, Glenlo Abbey Hotel and The Connacht Hotel are all popular hotels to stay at.

      • At what hotels in Galway can I try local breakfast foods?

        A delicious breakfast is a great way to kick start your day. At The Eyre Square Townhouse, The Galmont and The Connacht Hotel , guests can enjoy Galway-style breakfasts.

      • Which hotels in Galway are suitable for families or travelers with kids?

        Many people who travel with families or kids to Galway choose to stay at Cregg House, Woodlands Guest Accommodation and Kinlay House Eyre Square Hostel . These hotels are also priced inexpensively.

      • What luxury hotels are recommended in Galway?

        Glenlo Abbey Hotel is one of the most popular luxury hotels in Galway.

      • What hotels in Galway are suitable for couples?

        Whether you're going on a honeymoon or a vacation with your partner, Kilbree House B&B, Menlo Park Hotel and Kinlay House Eyre Square Hostel are some of the top hotels chosen by couples.

      • How much do hotels in Galway cost on the weekend?

        Based on hotel prices on Trip.com, the average cost per night on the weekend for hotels in Galway is USD 251. Hotel rates change often; this price is for reference only.

      • When going on a business trip to Galway, which hotels are the most popular with business travelers?

        When it comes to business trips, choosing a hotel with convenient transportation links is important to many guests. Skeffington Arms Hotel and The Ardilaun Hotel have convenient transportation links and inexpensive prices. Consider staying at one of these hotels during your trip.

      • At which popular hotels in Galway can I try local foods?

        Those who like trying local foods might want to consider staying at Clayton Hotel Galway, The Connacht Hotel or Salthill Hotel . There are lots of famous restaurants serving local dishes near these hotels.

      • Of all the hotels in Galway, which hotels have the highest user ratings?

        When traveling to Galway for the first time, many travelers find it difficult to choose a hotel to stay in. According to Trip.com data, Galway City Hostel, St Judes B&B and The Lane - Boutique Residence are popular hotels with high ratings, making them good choices for your trip.

      • What popular hotels in Galway have parking?

        If you're planning on driving to Galway, why not stay at The Connacht Hotel, The Eyre Square Townhouse or Imperial Hotel Galway ? These are all popular hotels with parking lots.

      • When traveling to Galway, which hotels have pools?

        Summer is a great season to take your kids or family on a trip to Galway. The Hardiman (Formerly Hotel Meyrick), Galway Bay Hotel Conference & Leisure Centre(Indoor swimming pool) and The Galmont(Indoor swimming pool) are popular hotels with pools.

      • What popular hotels have non-smoking rooms in Galway?

        Many guests care about the quality of the rooms they stay in and want to ensure that their rooms have fresh, clean air. The Connacht Hotel, Flannery's Hotel and Victoria Hotel are all popular hotels in Galway with non-smoking rooms.

      • In Galway, what popular hotels have free Wi-Fi?

        When staying at a hotel, internet access is important for both vacationers and business travelers. Victoria Hotel, The Galmont and Maldron Hotel Sandy Road Galway are all popular hotels in Galway with free Wi-Fi.

      • In Galway, which hotels have barrier-free access?

        Clayton Hotel Galway, Jurys Inn Galway and The Galmont are popular hotels in Galway with barrier-free access.

      • In Galway, which popular hotels have gyms?

        Based on Trip.com user ratings, The Connacht Hotel, The Galmont and Menlo Park Hotel are highly rated hotels with gyms.

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      Hotels near Galway Cathedral