Galway Hotels

Galway hotels are a lovely place to spend a few nights and experience all that this city, county, and coastline have to offer. During your next trip to Ireland, be sure to head west to explore the island’s most popular city along the Atlantic Coast. When looking for a place to stay, you can choose from hotels, B&Bs, hostels, or even self-catering apartments. No matter what your plans are for exploring the area, it is essential to spend at least one night at a Galway City hotel. While County Galway is known for the fabulous Cliffs of Moher and rocky Connemara, Galway City also has plenty to offer travelers and deserves to be explored.

Accommodation in Galway can be on the higher end of the spectrum for Ireland. Dublin and Galway are the two most expensive cities on the island, but if you’re traveling on a budget, you can still find an affordable place to stay. Of course central Galway hotels will be more expensive than those located at a greater distance from the city center. Yet, depending on the time of year and length of stay, you can still find deals for accommodation in Galway. A popular Galway City hotel is Hotel Spanish Arch, located right in the center of the pedestrianized area of the city. If you’re looking to be a short walking distance from all of the pubs, restaurants, and nightlife of Galway, this is a good choice. The hotel also has live music seven nights a week.

Other options for Galway hotels include Jurys Inn Galway. You will see the Jurys brand, an Irish brand, throughout your trip to Ireland. This 3-star option is known for combining quality and low prices. If you’re looking for a Galway City hotel with a reputation you can trust, Jurys has a solid reputation. If you’re looking for budget accommodation in Galway, Travelodge Hotel Galway offers affordable prices and a central location. This hotel also offers wireless internet access both in guest rooms and public areas. If budget isn’t your concern, there are many hotels in the city center to choose from including a boutique option, The House Hotel, the luxurious Park House Hotel, and the elegant Westwood Hotel.

One of the most popular Galway hotels is the Eyre Square Hotel. Offering a fantastic central location to explore the city, Eyre Square Hotel is walking distance from shopping, theater, restaurants, and pubs. Many people choose this hotel not only because it is a short walk from the bus and rail station but also because it is known for a friendly atmosphere and welcoming service. Another Eyre Square hotel is the Imperial Hotel, which has been recently refurbished and also offers a central location. Other popular options in the city include the Clayton Hotel, the Carlton Hotel, and the Best Western Flannery’s Hotel.

There is also accommodation in Galway located outside of the city center in a quieter environment. If you would like to be in close proximity to the city but not be kept awake by its noise, than Ardilaun Hotel is the perfect choice. It is located on beautiful grounds in a wooded area and offers both the relaxation of the countryside and the nearby pleasures of Galway City. After exploring all that Galway has to offer, continue your tour of the west of Ireland by seeing the Aran Islands, Killarney, and Sligo, and even Letterkenny in the lovely northwest.

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