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Swan Point, Sligo Town, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
Ms Geraldine Dolan
The Glasshouse four star hotel in Sligo Town has set a completely new standard of luxury accommodation at an affordable price. This stylish modern hotel offers fine food and attentive service in an energetic and vibrant atmosphere.
Through cutting edge design and architecture, The Glasshouse has set a completely new standard of luxury accommodation at an affordable price, in Sligo Town. The energetic and vibrant atmosphere of this hotel extends to its 116 spacious bedrooms, each featuring a large window with gossamer curtains that give a colourful hue. Riverview rooms enjoy a jaw dropping view of the Garravogue River and some feature balconies. Each guest room offers, internet access, individual climate control, 26 inch LCD television, in room safe, iron and ironing board, hairdryer, tea and coffee making facilities, ergonomic workspace and 24 hour room service.
The View Bar is a Manhattan style lounge on the first floor, enjoying magnificent views of the city and the crushing weir of the Garravogue River, it sets a new benchmark for hotel bar concepts. Curved settees, stylish velure banquettes, wooden floors and the city lights glistening in through the signature floor to ceiling windows, the scene is set for a first class cocktail, cold beer or glass of champagne.
To become an AA Rosette winner a restaurant must offer food prepared with care, understanding and skill using good quality ingredients, this is what you can expect at the hotel's restaurant 'The Kitchen', a proud AA Rosette winner. The room itself combines river views and rich gold and crimson tones in a retro style setting. The ground floor café bar is a lively spot serving an all day food menu. There is a boardwalk area overlooking the river for al fresco dining. The café bar is perfect for lunch as an alternative to The Kitchen for dinner, or for a drink.
W.B Yeats once said that Sligo was the "Land of Heart's Desire." The beauty, archaeology and folklore that filled his early poems are still evident today and Sligo remains the place where history and legend are helplessly intertwined. With a huge range of activities including golf, surfing and horseracing at your fingertips, Sligo is an ideal destination for business, fun and leisure.