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|"Location & Amazing friendly staff"||(in 161 reviews)|
|"Great location, friendly staff, excellent breakfast."||(in 147 reviews)|
|"Berry soup at breakfast delicious."||(in 92 reviews)|
|"Hotel needs a serious overhaul."||(in 51 reviews)|
|"The room was very dated."||(in 59 reviews)|
|"Beds were too small."||(in 3 reviews)|
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Very helpful and friendly staff
Room, Food, Staff and Service were excellent as usual.
Unfortunately because of the Corona Virus all Leisure facilities were closed in the hotel which was very disappointing.
It’s location Good breakfast
There were issues in relation to containing the coronavirus which were out of the hotel’s control. Not there fault they were just being honest and safe. It just put a little dampener on the break. No parking facilities either which was a negative.
Location! Hot tubs and comfy bed.
The time the hot tubs closed at.
Traveling to the West Coast of Ireland? Hotel Meyrick, a luxury hotel in Galway, is the perfect destination to enjoy the ambiance of Galway’s numerous festivals, escape from the bustling city, and serve as a corporate venue. Already acknowledged as Galway’s leading destination for over 165 years, the hotel is currently under refurbishment and development to further enhance guest’s experiences.
Hotel Meyrick is in an unrivaled location in the heart of Galway City, overlooking what locals still call Eyre Square. The Grand Dame of Galway hotels, the Meyrick is just a one-minute walk from transportation sources such as the train and bus stations. It is also within a short stroll of the best shops on William Street, Shop Street, and Quay Street, as well as theatres, restaurants, and bars of Galway. Hotel Meyrick’s location is often the backdrop for many key festival highlights that take place in the area such as Galway Oyster Festival, Baboró Arts Festival, Food on the Edge, and the Vodafone Comedy Carnival.
The historic hotel was built in 1852 to cater for Victorian travelers; now it's a gathering spot for locals and visitors alike. The hotel offers a range of dining options to choose from. Enjoy afternoon tea in the Parlour lounge, cocktails and light bites in the stylish Gaslight Bar and Brasserie, or opt for dinner in the AA Rosette Award winning- No.15 on the Square restaurant. Private dining, family celebrations, and corporate events are also privately catered to.
Luxury accommodations come in 97 elegant rooms including standard and executive rooms and junior and executive suites. All rooms come with standard amenities, complimentary WiFi, and some upgraded rooms offer views of Eyre Square. The fifth floor also offers access to a spa.
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Most popular landmarks
- Eyre Square 84 m
- Lynch's Castle 292 m
- St. Augustine's Church 341 m
- St. Nicholas' Collegiate Church 0.4 km
- Galway Harbour 0.4 km
- Nora Barnacle House 0.4 km