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When to go: Spring or fallthe 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...
A succession of funky public rooms strung together on the ground floor create a powerful frisson of visual excitement. Full review →
Seashell-theme bathrooms are luxurious havens of marble and fine porcelain. Full review →
The service is outstanding -- a team of butlers attend to your every whim, and the room service menu is long and varied, featuring dishes from the Italian-Irish in-house restaurant. Full review →
Contemporary, luxurious design with an extravagant sense of fun, designed by Galway-born milliner Phlilip Treacy, indulging his wildest fantasies. Full review →
Glam Philip Treacy-designed hotel in coastal Galway with a standout spa, rooftop terrace and pool. Full review →
Galway didn't know what hit it when this ubercontemporary hotel opened inside a nondescript business complex. Full review →
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. Full review →
A 10-minute drive from the city center...this striking design hotel is Galway's king of the catwalk, a vibrant boutique hotel that makes all of Galway's other hotels look positively quaint. Full review →All of the rooms are handsomely appointed, but the entry-level digs are downright small and should be avoided.
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 Full review →
While Galway has been gaining attention as a seaside bolt-hole for euro-flush Dubliners, the new G Hotel is about to permanently alter notions about Irish style. Full review →
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