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From the locally sourced food to the serene spa (the only five-star spa in Galway - packed full of facilities to ensure relaxation after a day walking by the sea), this ideally-located hotel harnessing both city and coastline is a great choice.

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Yasemen Kaner-White
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There's plenty to do in Galway: see the former medieval city walls, peruse the art galleries of the Latin Quarter or head to a traditional Irish pub and listen to some live folk music.

The hotel is ideally located to explore the city of Galway (15-minute walk) as well as the dramatic Irish coastline.

By plane: Birmingham and Edinburgh to Shannon takes 1 hour 15 minutes; London to Shannon takes 1 hour 30 minutes - after which, a taxi takes an hour. Free on-site parking available. Book flights to Shannon.

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You will either love or hate the predominantly pink and purple features of the hotel - the style is certainly unique. We loved the patterned wallpaper and sofas in the signature lounges. There's even a live aqauarium in the reception area, adding another element of interest and intrigue.


We appreciated the recommendations from staff on where to eat and what to visit or see - handy, as we didn't know the area. From a cute café we may have overlooked, to the local pub with live music, their tips made a real difference to our stay.

  • Restaurant
  • Bar
  • Lounge
  • Terrace
  • Gym
  • Spa
  • Free parking
  • Free Wi-Fi


The rooms and suites are quirky, homely and decadent: individually styled with splashes of colour include pink furnishings and gold scatter cushions. Marble bathrooms are aesthetically pleasing with standalone bathtubs and ESPA toiletries.

Room types: Superior, Deluxe, Luxury, Lake View Suite, Speciality Suite, Penthouse Suite

Key amenities: ensuite bathroom with toiletries, bathrobes and slippers, tea and coffee-making facilities, mini-fridge, TV, free Wi-Fi


The menu at GEO is impressive and the restaurant uses local suppliers. Dishes include monkfish Wellington served with woodruff mayo, and Irish angus beef fillet with bone marrow crust. The lounges and cocktail bars cannot be missed either. The McGeough Sausage Bap for brunch is a good shout.

GEO: formal dining, locally sourced produce. All-day dining, open daily.

Signature Lounges: three casual dining venues, light bites and sharing boards. Open daily for lunch, dinner and afternoon tea.

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