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Tower Hotel and Leisure Centre

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Address

The Mall, Waterford City, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
Ms Catherina Hurley
T: +353 (0)51 862300
F: +353(0)51870129
E: info@thw.ie

With its central location, range of leisure facilities and comfortable, three star accommodation, The Tower Hotel is an ideal choice for anyone visiting Waterford City.

Located in the heart of Waterford City, the Tower Hotel and Leisure Centre is the perfect accommodation venue for visitors on both business and pleasure. Located directly opposite Reginald’s Tower, the hotel features 132 bedrooms, three suites and a variety of dining, conference and leisure facilities.

In the rooms, guests will find crisp linen, soft pillows, complimentary WiFi access, tea and coffee making facilities, TV, direct dial telephone and hairdryer. Suites, meanwhile, have an open floor plan, king sized bed and unparalleled views of the River Suir and Waterford City.

There are several options for wining and dining at the Tower Hotel, including the restaurant, an attractive room where guests can enjoy a hearty breakfast and excellent dinner menu. For the evening meal, they can also chose the Bistro, a recently redesigned space that boasts an imaginative menu of local and European influenced dishes. Alternatively, after a day of sightseeing or business meetings, visitors can opt for the Adelphi Riverside Bar, an informal, spacious lounge with a range of beverages, healthy snacks and meals.

Guests of the Tower Hotel can take advantage of the fully supervised, on-site leisure centre, which holds a White Flag Award. It includes a gymnasium, 20 metre pool, children’s pool, fitness classes and healthy and beauty treatment rooms.

Waterford is a lovely city situated near Ireland’s southeast coast. It has numerous cultural and historical sites worth visiting, such as Christ Church Cathedral, the Museum of Treasures and the House of Waterford Crystal. The area is also an ideal destination for anyone interested in walking, cycling, golfing, horse riding and traditional Gaelic games.