Killarney Park Hotel
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A member of The Leading Hotels of the World and superbly located in the heart of Killarney Town, Killarney Park Hotel is renowned as a place of elegance and hospitality. It is the perfect place for a short break, spa getaway or lavish wedding.
Set on its own private grounds, the Killarney Park Hotel is one of the premier Five Star hotels in County Kerry, located in Killarney Town Centre. Offering warm, personal service and Warmth Beyond The Smile. This local family-owned business is committed to ensuring that guests have a memorable, relaxing and enjoyable stay. The hotel has 69 rooms and suites.
Each room at Killarney Park affords stunning views of the hotel’s property and surrounding area. Guests can choose between classically-styled and contemporary rooms, all of which include five-star features and amenities, such as air-conditioning, complimentary Internet access, plasma TV, and plush relaxing robes and slippers. Guests can also indulge themselves at the on-site spa, which has eight private treatment suites and a range of services to relax the body and mind.
The luxury guest experience of Killarney Park continues at the hotel’s dining venues. Visitors can enjoy the classic afternoon tea served in the Residents Lounge or an all-day bistro-style menu in the casual Garden Bar, or dining on our outdoor Terrace. Meanwhile, The Park Restaurant is a fine establishment perfect for groups toasting a special occasion or an intimate meal for two.
The hotel also offers private dining in its Ross Suite and caters for corporate meetings and events in other spaces available. Complimentary WiFi available. Additionally, the Killarney Park is an ideal venue for weddings, as it offers expertise and established services to make the special day unforgettable for all in attendance.
In Killarney, visitors will find some of the world’s leading championship golf courses, as well as the world famous Killarney National Park. There are places to enjoy lake and river fishing, walking, horse riding, biking and water sports. The town also offers welcome distractions like art galleries, craft shops, boutiques and lively pubs. It is the perfect hub from which to discover the Southwestern portion of Ireland's Wild Atlantic Way southern Peninsulas.