Experience authentic, warm, Irish hospitality while visiting Galway at The Connacht Hotel. With a central location that is easily accessible off the M6 motorway, less than a 10 minute drive from Eyre Square in Galway City. Onsite free car-parking is offered and several bus routes depart 2 minutes walk from the hotel entrance, that go to the city centre and the nearby business parks.
The hotel has been recently refurbished with an eclectic, elegant design creating a warm and welcoming space for you to relax and unwind. With an onsite bar and restaurant, coffee dock, leisure centre with swimming pool, steam room, sauna and gym – It is perfect base while on a business or leisure trip in Galway City.
The open plan lobby with a newly opened barista coffee bar incorporates clever design features with additional power points, free WiFi and USB charging points. Sink into the comfortable and stylish sofas, elegant but not too formal to allow you mix work and leisure in a relaxed environment.
Bar Solo offers an all-day menu with family-friendly dining and inviting social spaces. Bar Solo is renowned for its live music at weekends and throughout holidays and shows all major sports on large HD screens.
Reubens Restaurant is open daily for breakfast and dinner with options for family-friendly dining, special occasions and group dining.
The Connacht Hotel offer a range of hotel rooms, suites and self-catering apartments in Galway with complimentary access to the Leisure Centre and Free WiFi. Choose from twins, double, triples, family bedrooms and the ever popular bunk-bed family rooms.
Friendly Fellows Kids Club is open throughout school holidays and offers a busy schedule of activities for all ages.
The Connacht Hotel has been awarded a “Silver” accreditation with the Green Hospitality programme.
The aim of the Connacht Hotel is to reduce carbon emissions by reducing energy consumption, preserve scarce water resources and minimise waste production, to promote local biodiversity, buy locally where possible and encourage visitors to use local “green” businesses and services. Visitors are encouraged to adopt a responsible approach to the environment without reducing the quality or enjoyment of their visit.