Carlton Hotel Galway City serves as a great base for trips to Connemara, the Aran Islands and Galway city centre, which is just a five minute drive away. The hotel boasts comfortable rooms, excellent dining options and extensive leisure facilities.
The Carlton Hotel Galway City is located just five minutes from the city centre and offers a range of amenities to ensure guests a comfortable stay. At the hotel, visitors will find 268 spacious, bright guest rooms, including family rooms. Each includes TV, Internet access, laptop-size safe, hairdryer, trouser press, tea and coffee station and more. For guests desiring extra space and luxury, the hotel offers 25 suites that have a kitchenette and large living and dining area.
Anyone who wishes to treat himself to fine food and warm service can visit Rueben's restaurant, which serves breakfast with buffet and full Irish options available. It also offers table d’hôte and à la carte menus for dinner, while the on-site bar, Bar Solo, has a carvery lunch and evening menu.
With its location near Galway City Centre and professional service, it’s no surprise the Carlton Hotel Galway City is a top meeting venue. It boasts nine purpose-built conference rooms, all of which are fully air conditioned and equipped with high-speed Internet access. With capacities ranging from 120 delegates to smaller rooms ideal for boardroom style meetings, the Carlton has facilities to cater for diverse events.
After a day of sightseeing or business meetings, guests can unwind in the Active Fitness and Leisure centre. Spacious and elegant, the White Flag-awarded centre comprises 20m indoor swimming pool, sauna, steam room, jacuzzi, gymnasium, aerobic studio, children’s pool and much more. Children’s camps are available throughout holiday time to ensure that both parents and children enjoy their time at the hotel.
In Galway City, historical and cultural sites abound, while the surrounding area offers many activities as well. The Carlton Hotel Galway City is within reach of ferries to the Aran Islands, The Cliffs of Moher and Glengowla Mines.