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the g Hotel & Spa Galway

Galway 94 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

When to go: Spring or fall—the summer's too crowded; the winter, rainy. Which room to book: A Junior Suite, such as No. 274, has a gas fireplace, a big egg-shaped tub, and a double... — Concierge

A succession of funky public rooms strung together on the ground floor create a powerful frisson of visual excitement. — Condé Nast Traveler

Milliner Philip Treacy, a native of Galway, turns hotel designer at the G, a five-star property with 101 rooms and suites on the edge of the city — The Telegraph

One of the world's foremost design-drivenhotels, the boutique g Hotel offers bold, colorful interiors courtesy of the renowned Irish hat designer Philip Treacy. — Oyster

Contemporary, luxurious design with an extravagant sense of fun, designed by Galway-born milliner Phlilip Treacy, indulging his wildest fantasies. — Insight Guides

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Radisson Blu Hotel & Spa, Galway

Galway 87 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Upscale Radisson Blu Hotel and Spa is a huge propertyoverlooking Lough Atalia, a short walk from most of Galway’s top sights. — Oyster

Against several newcomers, the Radisson Blu has successfully defended its reputation as Galway's hippest hotel. — Fodor's

Everyone’s welcome at this family-friendly place. — The Telegraph

A recent renovation has transformed this once-bland hotel into a more modern, interesting place to stay with a great location near Eyre Square. — Frommer's

Overall, this property's location is ideal for those in search of a hotel within easy walking distance to downtown. — Star Service

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Glenlo Abbey Hotel

Galway 85 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This old-school hotel relies on a steady stream of meetings, weddings, incentive groups and weekend leisure travelers looking for a refreshing dose of the Irish countryside. — Star Service

About 3km (2 miles) outside of Galway on the main Clifden road, this secluded, sprawling stone hotel overlooks Lough Corrib in a sylvan setting, surrounded by a 9-hole golf course. — Frommer's

Exceptionally preserved period architectural features are complemented by antique furnishings, sumptuous marble bathrooms, duck-down duvets and king-size pillows, along with lavish breakfasts. — Lonely Planet

Glenlo Abbey beckons with a lobby that resembles a gentlemen's club, with parquet floors, chesterfields, and leather-bound books. — Fodor's

Five-star luxury, wonderful architecture, a compelling history and a glorious setting in the west of Ireland make Glenlo Abbey Hotel a beguiling and beautiful prospect — The Telegraph

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The House Hotel

Galway 85 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Menu: (bar lunch Monday-Saturday) 22€- 25€ - Carte: 25€-37€ — Michelin Guide

The rates and buoyant youthful atmosphere make this place a good choice for young executives and midrange travelers searching out a personable, quirky residential-style hotel. — Star Service

This intimate, 40-room boutique is one of Galway's best upscale options, and has charm to spare, with a historic stone exterior and bold, quirky interior. — Oyster

It's a design odyssey at this boutique hotel. Public spaces contrast modern art with trad details and bold accents. — Lonely Planet

This four-story stone building in Galway's historic area, next to the Spanish Arch, was formerly a warehouse, and is now a boutique loft hotel. — Frommer's

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Jurys Inn Galway

Galway 79 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Jury's Galway Inn stands out thanks to its sensational setting overlooking the rushing River Corrib and historic Spanish Arch. — Lonely Planet

A classic mid-range chain hotel with a prime location within easy walking distance of dining, shopping, and nearly all the city's top sights. — Oyster

I was minutes away from phenomenal restaurants (try Ard Bia and Vina Mara), hopping pubs (The Front Door was a favorite), and an invigorating walk on the Salthill prom (better take your camera). — Afar Magazine

Of the dozen or so Jurys Inns in Ireland, this one ranks as one of the best situated, right in the heart of the lively Latin Quarter with its bars and restaurants. — Star Service

Expect good-quality budget accommodations at this four-story hotel set beside the historic Spanish Arch and the river. — Fodor's

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Park House Hotel

Galway 78 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

With a steady, old-fashioned approach to luxury, the Park House is a reliable option in central Galway. ... rooms are spacious and classically decorated. — Frommer's

Housed in an old farm-feed wholesale warehouse, this hotel offers 84 guest rooms and a sumptuous lobby stuffed with embroidered armchairs... Air-con muffles exterior noise. — Lonely Planet

The spacious lobby is full of seating, and the hotel has a lovely restaurant and bar that is popular with locals as well as guests. — Oyster

Even though this is a large, luxury hotel in central Galway, snazzily converted from a 200-year-old warehouse, it feels like a home-away-from-home, thanks to attentive owner-managers. — Fodor's

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Hotel Meyrick

Galway 77 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Locations don't get much more central than this: Perched on the edge of Eyre Square, the Hotel Meyrick is right in the center of the action in Galway. — Frommer's

It's a bit bruised and clobbered but remains elegant, with an imposing lobby and smart rooms. — Lonely Planet

This hotel's fortunes appear to have shifted for the better, and anyone looking for something both historic and contemporary will do well here. — Star Service

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Menlo Park Hotel

Galway 76 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The 70-room Menlo Park Hotel is an upscale property that's just outside of Galway's utterly charming town core. — Oyster

This reasonably priced modern hotel just outside the city center is a good alternative with comfortable, good-sized rooms and a quiet location. — Frommer's

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The Ardilaun Hotel

Galway 76 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The 123-room Ardilaun is an upper-middle-range hotel set on five acres of beautiful gardens in Taylors Hill, a short drive from Galway's city center. — Oyster

A mile west of town (a 20-minute walk to the center) on 2 leafy hectares, this family-run Georgian manor house operates in the tradition of a country-house hotel — Star Service

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Currarevagh House

Oughterard & Around 75 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

On 73 hectares along Lough Corrib, this magnificent 12-bedroom mansion (pronounced 'Curra-reeva') dates to the 19th century. — Lonely Planet

This is traditional Irish hospitality at its best. — The Telegraph

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Barnacles Hostel Galway

Galway 74 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This cheap and cheerful guesthouse and hostel is bright, attractive, and friendly. ... The location is central. — Frommer's

Very central, this well-run hostel is housed in a medieval building with a modern extension. The kitchen is spacious and there's a warm common room... Breakfast includes scones and soda bread. — Lonely Planet

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Clayton Hotel Galway

Galway 74 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Menu: 35€ - Carte: 25€-48€ — Michelin Guide

The 195-room Clayton Hotel Galway is an upscale property popular with groups and business travelers. — Oyster

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The Western Hotel

Galway 74 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The Western Hotel is a three-pearl property that's superbly located a short walk from Galway city center — Oyster

Three Georgian buildings have been wedded at this central spot just east of Eyre Sq. The 38 rooms are large, modern and comfortable and there's parking in the basement. — Lonely Planet

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Forster Court Hotel

Galway 74 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

What sets this sleek hotel apart is a host of thoughtful little details like bottle openers attached to the walls, free broadband in the rooms, free wi-fi in the lobby and a decadently... — Lonely Planet

A small, moderately stylish hotel, the four-floor Forster Court boasts an excellent location in central Galway. — Oyster

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Harbour Hotel Galway

Galway 74 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This modern hotel with 96 rooms is right down near the tidal zone; many rooms let you gaze out over the vast tidal flats at low tide. — Lonely Planet

The 96-room Harbour Hotel Galway is a modern upper-mid-range boutique in the city’s harbor area, a short walk from many top sights, restaurants, bars, and shops. — Oyster

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Sleepzone Hostel Galway

Galway 74 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Big (over 200 beds), busy backpacker base done out in trademark red with plenty of services, including a pool table, BBQ terrace and large kitchen. Reception is open 24/7. — Lonely Planet

Around the corner from the train station...the hostel has better facilities than most of Galway's budget hotels. — Frommer's

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Gregans Castle Hotel

Galway 74 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

One of Ireland's best-loved country-house hotels, this quiet, low-key retreat is a romantic, creeper-covered Georgian house, set amid pretty gardens with a splendid view. — Fodor's

Family-owned 18th-century country house hotel in The Burren, overlooking beautifully landscaped gardens, mountains and Galway Bay. — Andrew Harper

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Moytura House B&B

Galway 74 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

It's a world away from the bustling seaside resort—a peaceful haven, where you are made to feel like you're a guest in a privately owned country house. — Fodor's

Restored 18th-century inn set on a dramatic promontory above Lahinch Bay, an hour northwest of Shannon Airport and only minutes from the renowned Lahinch golf links. — Andrew Harper

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Galway Bay Hotel

Galway 74 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The four-star Galway Bay Hotel is located 2 km (1 mile) from Galway city center, overlooking the promenade at Salthill. Rooms are stylishly furnished, and the best ones have views of Galway Bay. — DK Eyewitness

This modern hotel has borrowed a lot from boutique hotels, and its design has clean lines. ... Rooms are large and quiet. ... It's well located within walking distance of Eyre Square. — Frommer's

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The Stop B&B

Galway 74 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Done up with funky artwork, fun colours and bare floorboards, this tremendous house pulls out the stops. — Lonely Planet

Galway is a must on any tour of Ireland and The Stop is the perfect place to rest your design loving heart. — Afar Magazine

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