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Armada Hotel

Rating
4
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Kontaktinformationen

Adresse

Spanish Point, Miltown Malbay, Clare, Republic of Ireland
Mr Frank Minogue
 +353 (0)65 7079000
 +353 (0)65 7079050
 info@armadahotel.com

The Armada Hotel enjoys an enviable seafront location, overlooking the Atlantic Ocean in the picturesque village of Spanish Point, County Clare. The hotel offers a relaxing atmosphere and wonderful, four-star accommodation.

The four-star Armada Hotel is a wonderful place to relax, unwind and refresh. The stylish, contemporary hotel is situated overlooking the Atlantic Ocean in Spanish Point, County Clare, and offers 86 bedrooms designed with guests in mind. There are standard, superior and signature rooms, in addition to the unique Tranquility Suites. Rooms are furnished with everything needed for a comfortable stay, including telephone, TV, trouser press, hairdryer, iron, ironing board, robe, slippers and more.

While room service is available 24 hours a day, guests of the Armada won’t want to miss out on the delicious, modern European cuisine prepared at Pearl Restaurant, which was recently restyled. The menu caters for lovers of seafood, meat and poultry, with vegetarian options available on request. Residents can also enjoy casual dining at the Ocean Bar, which serves a range of bar food, beverages, carvery lunch, and homemade breads and desserts.

With its stunning seaside location and four-star standard, the Armada serves as the perfect backdrop for unforgettable functions. The hotel is a popular wedding venue as well as a great choice for corporate events. It was named one of Top 50 Wedding Venues in Ireland by Weddings Online in 2011 and has also had its commitment to eco-friendly policies recognized with the Green Hospitality Award.

Spanish Point is located between Lahinch and Kilkee, making it the perfect destination for anyone wishing to discover the wonders of the West. The village is just a short distance from the Cliffs of Moher, Aillwee Cave, the Burren and ferries to the lovely Aran Islands.