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The Connacht Hotel

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Dublin Road, Galway City East, Galway,
Mr Shay Livingstone
T: +353(0)91381200
F: +353(0)91753187

The Three Star Connacht Hotel is a popular Galway family favourite located on the Dublin Road as you enter Galway City. The hotel serves as a great base for trips to Connemara, the Aran Islands and Galway City centre.

The Connacht Hotel is a popular Galway family favourite located on the Dublin Road as you enter Galway City. Offering complimentary car parking, the hotel also benefits from a regular bus route close by with direct access to the city centre. The hotel offers a range of amenities to ensure guests have an enjoyable and comfortable stay.

Guest rooms are spacious and bright and the hotel offers a relaxed and friendly environment. There is a wide choice of accommodation available including triple, king, twin, double and family guest rooms. Interconnecting rooms as well as one and two bed suites are available.

Relax and unwind with fine food and warm service in Rueben's Restaurant and Bar Solo Cocktail Bar and Lounge offers a bright and spacious space, popular with guests and locals alike.

With its location near Galway City centre and professional service, it’s no surprise the Connacht Hotel Galway City is a top meeting venue. It boasts nine purpose built conference rooms and caters for up to 120 delegates and all meeting rooms are fully air conditioned and equipped with high-speed Internet access and natural daylight.

After a day of sightseeing or business meetings, guests can unwind in the Active 24 Fitness and Leisure Centre. Spacious and elegant, the White Flag awarded centre comprises 20 metre indoor swimming pool, sauna, steam room, Jacuzzi, 24 hour gymnasium, 2 aerobic studio’s, children’s pool and much more.

In Galway City, historical and cultural sites abound, while the surrounding area offers many activities as well. The Connacht Hotel is the ideal base for you to discover many of the West’s attractions such as the Aran Islands, The Cliffs of Moher, Connemara and Glengowla Mines.