Family-owned and managed, Randles Hotel offers the luxury of four-star accommodation, the charm of a country house, an elegant dining experiences, and an enviable location in Killarney, County Kerry.
Randles Hotel is a four-star hotels in Killarney, County Kerry. Located just a short walk from the town centre, the Randles Hotel dates back to 1906 and promises its guests the comfort and elegance of times past, complimented by modern facilities. Each of the hotel’s guest rooms is individually designed and offers a range of amenities like direct dial telephone, TV, WiFi, 24-hour room service, and deluxe bathrooms. Interconnecting and family rooms are available, and pets are welcome at the hotel. Additionally, guests can avail of the on-site leisure club, which comprises a 20 metre swimming pool, sauna, steam room, and the Zen Day Spa.
At Randles, guests will find dining options to suit all tastes. Guests can choose between Checkers and The Court Restaurant, both of which are elegantly styled and serve the best of Irish cuisine from the land and sea. During the summer months, the Conservatory Bar serves a full lunch menu and allows for al fresco dining.
Randles Hotel is also a wonderful choice for special events, whether for intimate gatherings or larger groups, including weddings and civil ceremonies with between 20 and 140 people. The Fermoy Suite overlooks the Kerry Mountains and boasts a full bar and patio area. Checkers and the Conservatory are also available for private parties.
Randles Hotel Killarney has received the Fáilte Ireland COVID-19 Safety Charter, the government-endorsed initiative designed to reassure employees and customers that the hotel has reopened with best practice hygiene and social distancing measures in place.
Nestled amongst the lakes and mountains, Killarney is a haven for all the good things in life. It is a golfer’s paradise with some of the world’s leading championship courses, as well as a place to enjoy lake and river fishing, walking, horse riding, and biking. Killarney also offers distractions like art galleries, craft shops, boutiques, and lively pubs