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The g Hotel

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Wellpark, Dublin Road, Galway City,
Mr Triona Barrett
T: +353(0)91865200

Designed by Philip Treacy, the g is undoubtedly one of the most glamorous hotels in Galway City. With an extensive range of accommodation options, decadent cuisine, a lavish spa and special events facilities, the g truly covers it all.

Designed by renowned milliner, Philip Treacy, the g is one of Ireland’s most stylish and glamorous hotels. A five-star property that has garnered many awards and accolades, the g sits overlooking Galway Bay and just a short distance from the city centre.

The 101 luxurious guest bedrooms at the g are havens of intimacy and sensuality. Regardless of which accommodation they choose, guests will enjoy spacious rooms with sensational bathrooms, cutting-edge in-room entertainment and above all, thoughtful, unpretentious service to make each guest’s stay a red carpet experience.

While staying at the g, travellers don’t have to go far to experience top pampering treatments. ESPA is an award-winning spa that provides the ultimate in relaxation with facilities like a vitality pool, crystal steam room, ice fountain and rooftop Zen garden.

Guests can continue to treat themselves at the hotel's restaurant, which serves breakfast, dinner and Sunday lunch. The hotel’s lounges, meanwhile, are ideal for an afternoon tea, some quiet time with a newspaper or a signature cocktail with friends.

As one of Galway’s leading hotels, the g is an impressive location for a conference or meeting with up to 120 guests. It offers six suites that come with up-to-date technology as well as comfort, privacy and first-class service. The g is also renowned as an exclusive wedding venue, as its seamless service, sumptuous cuisine and timeless glamour come together for a day to remember.

Galway is a city bursting with life, energy and vitality. Known as the unofficial arts capital of Ireland, it is home to many impressive historic and cultural sites, as well as bars, restaurants, cafes and shops. The region also offers many unique golfing opportunities and picturesque places to explore, such as the Aran Islands, Kylemore Abbey and Bridgit’s Garden.