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Claregalway, Galway, Republic of Ireland
Mr Paul Gill
The Claregalway Hotel is an excellent, three-star hotel located in the village of Claregalway, just 12km from Galway City and 6km from Galway Airport. The hotel offers extensive facilities, including a bar and grill, leisure club and function venues.
The multiple award-winning Claregalway Hotel sits nestled in the thriving village of Claregalway, just 12km from Galway City. The three-star hotel serves as the perfect base for exploring the West of Ireland, as it is also near Connemara.
At the Claregalway Hotel, travellers will find a range of luxurious amenities and facilities. There are 48 guest rooms, all equipped with power showers and manual-controlled air conditioning to ensure the ultimate comfort. The rooms also include complimentary WiFi, plasma TV, trouser press, tea and coffee facilities, and much more.
Guests can make use of the Leisure Club and Spa, which offers a high standard of professional service and equipment. The facilities include an 18m swimming pool, state-of-the-art gymnasium, steam room, sauna, exercise studio, and spa and beauty treatment rooms.
After devoting some time to health and well-being at the Leisure Club, visitors can treat themselves to sumptuous cuisine at Tí Cusack’s Cafe Bar and Grill. The establishment serves a mix of international and Italian dishes at moderate prices. The bar area, meanwhile, is a flexible space that transforms from a relaxing chill out day space to a lively lounge in the evening.
With its range of facilities and proximity to Galway City, the Claregalway Hotel is an excellent choice for corporate and social functions. It has five stylish rooms and suites suitable for any event, ranging from boardroom meetings to elegant weddings. Known as a top wedding venue, the hotel prides itself on hosting only one wedding per day.
In and around Claregalway, there are many things to see and do. In addition to all the historical and cultural sites of Galway City, visitors can discover the Galway Atlantaquaria, Glengowla Mines, Aran Islands and much more.