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Killarney Towers Hotel & Leisure Centre
Killarney, Co. Kerry
The 4 star Killarney Towers Hotel & Leisure Centre is the perfect location from which to experience local Killarney life in the heart of a vibrant town, along the Wild Atlantic Way. Discover local hidden gems, foodie trails, family fun, spa and arts.

Spacious and bright, the guestrooms vary in size depending on your needs and have been designed with comfort and convenience in mind. Guests can enjoy complimentary access to the Swimming Pool and extensively equipped Gymnasium during their stay, with a team of friendly and experienced staff on-hand to assist. For the ultimate relaxation, spa at our sister hotel and discover a tranquil oasis at The Killarney Plaza Hotel & Spa.

Just steps from the bustling town and Main Street, immerse yourself in local life or venture a little further afield to the many attractions and activities nearby, including Ireland’s oldest national park, Killarney House & Gardens, Ross Castle, Killarney Cathedral and so much more.

Enjoy a chat with the locals in a nearby eatery or stay in-house for a cosy night in at the hotel’s signature bar and restaurant. Scruffy’s Bar offers great food, good craic and an immersive local atmosphere in the heart of Killarney while The Innisfallen Restaurant located on the ground floor offers a modern setting with friendly staff and delicious food for a memorable dining experience.

Killarney offers something for everyone from sports to museums, children’s activities and world class restaurants. It’s also an ideal location for outdoors enthusiasts, as there are cycling and walking routes, golf courses, Blue Flag beaches, fishing centres and much more.

Quality Assurance & Schemes
4 Star Rating
Contact details
College Street,Killarney,Co Kerry,Republic of Ireland
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