The g hotel is a bold, beautiful creation in homage to modern, contemporary design, g hotel fuses cool modernity with stylish comfort. The hotel brings to Galway a dose of grandeur with striking public areas designed by Philip Treacy with a sense of Hollywood style glamour.
The g hotel has a total of 101 guest rooms including 3 specialty suites - the Evangelista suite, the Corner suite, the Atrium suite, 10 Junior suites and 16 Luxury suites. The other rooms are either of a superior or deluxe standard.<br><br>
The ‘Riva at the g' restaurant exudes stlye carried through from the hotel with banquettes in purple velvet and jewel-coloured Andrew Martin chairs. The Restaurant offers contemporary Italian cuisine with international flavours set amid vibrant colours and design features. The cocktail bar is adorned with a carpet of thousands of Red Swarovski crystals, perfect for ending an evening in style with one of the g's bespoke cocktails.<br><br>
The Spa developed by world leaders in the craft, ESPA, has spared nothing in its beautiful design and the superior quality. It is located on the upper two floors of the hotel and includes a ‘secret’ bamboo garden on the roof. It also has heat treatment rooms, a vitality pool and a glass pavilion.<br><br>
The g is a destination hotel perfect for romantic occasions, from the exquisite Grand Salon to the distinctively pink Pink Salon and more masculine Blue Lounge , the g offers a stunning environment to meet and relax.
Victoria Hotel in Galway offers the visitor a unique opportunity to relax in a tranquil setting and yet be within two minutes walk of Galway's shopping area and vibrant night life. The hotel has 57 well appointed bedrooms distributed on four floors. All the bedrooms are ensuite and are equipped with direct dial telephone, multi channel t.v.,tea & coffee making facilities and hair dryers.<br><br>
The Victoria Hotel is ideally situated for the busy business person. It is within walking distance of all of Galways major banks, financial institutes and a host of business centres.
It has a conference room where you can hold your meeting or display for your customers.
Our hotel restaurant boasts an excellent a la carte menu in the evening and you can order from a delicious bar food menu throughout the day.
The Western Hotel is located in the heart of Galway City and offers the highest standard of accommodation. The family run hotel comprises of three impressive Georgian buildings and blends an old style feel with all modern conveniences. The Western Hotel has a long tradition of hospitality, enjoyed by our many guests throughout the years. A unique and friendly atmosphere allows you to feel right at home. Among the 40 rooms we have to offer are single, double, twin, family and triple rooms, as well as a room with facilities to accommodate our wheelchair using guests. <br />
Behind the hotel are located the Western Apartments which are designed with comfort and style in mind. Each apartment offers a fully functional kitchen, a light and comfortable seating area, bathroom and two separate bedrooms. They are equipped to the highest standard with all the facilities you may require during your stay. Guests have their choice of apartment; with two consisting of two bedrooms, each with a double bed; and the others with two bedrooms and 3 beds in all, to cater for larger groups. All apartments are completely self catering and are not serviced but are equipped with a starter pack of shampoos, soaps and towels as well as a starter pack of tea and coffee. Breakfast is not included with apartments, but can be obtained from the Western Hotel. <br />
The Western Bar within the hotel is a warm and welcoming place, traditional, friendly and renowned for the largest open traditional Irish music sessions in Galway. Traditional Irish music sessions take place on Tuesday and Thursday nights from 9.30pm, Ceili Irish Set dancing on Wednesdays from 9pm, a local band playing all your favourite Irish Songs on Friday from 9.30, Live Band on Saturdays from 9.30pm and our House DJ playing all your old favourites on Sunday from 9.30pm
Tri-Burgh is a triathlon taking place on the June 5th 2010 in Louisburgh, Co. Mayo. 2010 is the inaugural year for Tri-Burgh but it is set to grow to become an established annual event on the Irish triathlon circuit. We hope that you, your friends & family are able to join us for what will be a challenging & memorable event set in some of the most dramatic & panoramic scenery in Ireland, we invite you to stay and enjoy the warm Mayo hospitality afterwards. If there is anything that we can help with please let us know. We are really looking forward to welcoming you to Louisburgh in June.
A visit to Galway is never complete without spending some time exploring The Latin Quarter. It is a magical place. Starting at St Nicholas' Church, the Latin Quarter runs through the city's Saturday market and onto O'Brien's Bridge. From there it follows the River Corrib down to the Spanish Arch where the Galway City Museum is located and then swings back up along Middle Street and turns up Buttermilk Lane where it joins the starting point. From day-time to late into the night it is buzzing with people who are enjoying all that is on offer. The vast majority of the shops are locally owned and it boasts some of some of Galway's best loved pubs and restaurants.
Galway's famous Indian Restaurant prides itself on the excellence of its cuisine and prompt friendly service. Lamb, beef, poultry and seafood dishes are prepared to authentic Indian recipes and can also be made to suit individual preferences. Tandoori, balti and vegetarian food are speciality and Tulsi are recommended by the Bridgestone Vegetarian Guide to Ireland and also the only Indian restaurant recommended by Bridgestone Food Guide in Ireland 07/09 area. The restaurant is fully air-conditioned and has a full licence.
The Lodge at Ashford Castle stands proudly on a spectacular ten acre site overlooking Lough Corrib. Panoramic lake views, mature woodlands and Lisloughrey Quay combine together to produce a truly unique setting. Situated close to Galway and Connemara, this boutique Country House Hotel offers plenty of space to relax and unwind, cleverly maintaining the tradition of a fine Country House combined with the contemporary luxury and style of today. Facilities includes 50 rooms (26 suites, 10 family, 24 ground floor, 3 disabled). Children welcome (under 10s free in parents room, cot available free of charge, baby sitting arranged); all day room service; lift.
The Bards Den, situated directly at the foot of Diamond Mountain and surrounded by the 12 Bens and Connemara National Park, is one of the oldest hostelries in Connemara. Located in the centre of Letterfrack Village, at the entrance to Connemara National Park and overlooking the village green and Letterfrack Furniture College, The Bards Den lends itself as the ideal base for activity or romantic holidays in Connemara. Open fires, comfortable lounges and full service guarantee all visitors a great night with tradtional Irish music and guinness. A must for all visitors to the region.
Tarrea Queen Tours specialise in scenic tours and sea fishing charters around Galway Bay and surrounding areas. Taking in sights such as Deer Island, Kinvara Bay, Island Eddie and Martello Towers in the Ballyvaughen area. Trips to and around the scenic and picturesque Aran Islands can also be arranged upon request. We also offer full, short day or evening fishing and sea angling charters. As the waters around Galway Bay are rich in a wide variety of fish, our fully equipped vessel will cater for both complete beginners and also to the more experienced angler for which we will provide all types of equipment. Fishing includes skate, white pollock, ray, tope, ling and shark fishing.
The Quay House is Clifden's oldest building, dating from C1820. It was originally the Harbour Master's house but later became a Franciscan monastery, then a convent and finally a hotel. The Quay House has been sensitively restored and now has seven bedrooms and seven studios (all different) with full bathrooms - all but two overlook the Harbour. Family portraits, period furniture, cosy fires and a warm Irish welcome make for a unique atmosphere of comfort and fun.