The g Hotel & Spa is one of Ireland’s most stylish and glamorous hotels. A five-star property that has garnered many awards and accolades, the hotel overlooks Lough Atalia with views towards the city skyline and the Clare Hills in the distance. Just a short distance from the city centre, the g Hotel & Spa is a 15 minute walk from Eyre Square or 5 minutes by taxi.
The g Hotel & Spa is the only Irish hotel designed by a world renowned Irish designer. It is the creation of milliner Philip Treacy and his flair can be seen throughout from a stunning mirrored globe light fixture in the double height Grand Salon to the specially commissioned wall paper celebrating Galway’s famous oyster heritage. Offering delectable dining options, the g Hotel & Spa is ideal for Afternoon Tea served each day, morning coffee or gourmet dining in Restaurant gigi’s, holder of 2 AA culinary rosettes since 2011.
The glamorous Signature Lounges lead you to 101 light filled rooms and suites which range from 30sqm/320sq ft up to 120sqm/1290sq ft. All bedrooms have in-room temperate control, fluffy robes, slippers, tea/coffee making facilities as well as complimentary wi-fi, smart TVs to access Netflix and DVDs with inhouse DVD library.
The g is an urban destination spa hotel. The ‘ESPA at the g’ luxury spa forms the heart of the Philip Treacy designed hotel. ESPA at the g was awarded Gold for ‘Best Hotel Spa’ at the Irish Tatler Spa Awards and the hotel won ‘Galway’s Best Hotel’ in the Best of Galway Awards and ‘Best Hotel Restaurant in Galway’ at the Irish Restaurant Awards.
Guests staying at the g Hotel & Spa can avail of the revitalising spa facilities including 12 treatment rooms, vitality hydro pool with water massaging features, crystal steam room, rock sauna, lifestyle showers from rainforest to artic mist, an ice fountain and heated tepidarium loungers to relax your muscles and ease aches. ESPA at the g is the ultimate in comfort and luxury in Galway.
Galway is a city bursting with life, energy and vitality. Awarded European Region of Gastronomy 2018 and European Capital of Culture 2020, it is home to many impressive historic and cultural sites, as well as bars, restaurants, shops and festivals throughout the year.
The surrounding region also offers many picturesque places to explore, such as Connemara, the Aran Islands, Kylemore Abbey, The Burren and the Cliffs of Moher.