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Talbot Hotel Carlow

Talbot Hotel Carlow Rating: 4.0 Pearls

This upscale hotel won't win any architectural awards, though it has won plenty of others -- especially related to its emphasis on providing top-notch services for families. Rooms are modern with decent amenities, though they do lack air-conditioning, and some facing the road can be noisy. They are spacious, however, and feature attractive decor like gold headboards and dark wood accents. Leisure facilities are impressive, especially those for kids: There's a kids' club and organized activities. Rates are on par with this level of hotel, and most nearby options do not offer the same level of amenities, like the on-site spa and the large fitness center.
Crowne Plaza Dublin - Blanchardstown

Crowne Plaza Dublin - Blanchardstown Rating: 4.0 Pearls

Set in a retail park seven miles from the center of Dublin, this large, upscale, and very 21st-century hotel is not the most convenient for tourists keen to explore Ireland's capital. However, if the location's not a problem, the hotel has plenty going for it -- not least of all, its fun, vibrant interiors, and rooms that emphasize comfort. On-site eating and drinking options are good, too, and there's a small fitness center (but no spa). If the lack of a pool is a deal breaker, check out the similarly-priced Dunboyne Castle Hotel & Spa a bit farther out.
Castlemartyr Resort

Castlemartyr Resort Rating: 4.0 Pearls

Set on sprawling green parkland a 25-minute drive from the city of Cork, the 103-bedroom Castlemartyr Resort has turned an 18th-century manor house into a full-service, modern retreat that caters to both families and couples. It's ideally located for exploring East Cork and southern Ireland, with the coast just a short drive away, but the grounds also offer plenty of entertainment, including 13th-century ruins, an 18-hole golf course, three restaurants and a bar, and a modern spa and health club with an indoor swimming pool. Spacious rooms have sophisticated country style and big lovely marble bathrooms, though some minor signs of wear are evident.
Riverside Hotel Killarney

Riverside Hotel Killarney Rating: 3.5 Pearls

The 69-room upper-middle-range Killarney Riverside Hotel is a lovely property situated by the Flesk River, and within walking distance of Killarney’s town center. Lovely, fresh, and modern interiors include a spacious and sunlit lobby filled with comfortable couches and such thoughtful touches as a bookshelf filled with books and board games, cucumber water, and a bowl of apples. Rooms are clean and pleasant if a bit dated, with dark wooden furniture and crimson accents, such as bedspreads and patterned curtains. Tasty food is available at the fine-dining Bacchus Room, as well as light bites and drinks at the casual River Bar and Bistro. Guests can also indulge in a variety of beauty treatments and massages at the hotel’s Rejuvenation Center, though there is no pool, sauna, or steam room. For those extra amenities, travelers might want to check out the neighboring Holiday Inn, which has comparable rates. Note that the hotel's name is Killarney Riverside Hotel.
Mount Errigal Hotel

Mount Errigal Hotel Rating: 3.5 Pearls

The 140-room Mount Errigal Hotel is an upper-middle-range property located in Letterkenny, the largest town in Donegal. Traditional and elegant interiors are infused with a homey atmosphere, enhanced by cozy fireplaces and plenty of seating in the spacious lobby. Features include two restaurants with a Josper Charcoal Oven, which is renowned for its grilling prowess. There is also a large leisure center with a swimming pool, sauna, steam room, hot tub, and fitness center. Rooms are pleasant if a bit generic, but higher-priced rooms offer more space and added amenities such as minibars; suites include high-tech hot tub/sauna/steam room hybrids. The hotel is not within walking distance of Letterkenny, and travelers seeking a hotel closer to town should check rates at Dillon’s Hotel or Gallaghers Hotel Letterkenny.
Louis Fitzgerald Hotel

Louis Fitzgerald Hotel Rating: 3.5 Pearls

The 190-room Louis Fitzgerald is a modern hotel on the outskirts of Dublin that caters to business travelers. Business-friendly features include the 20 meeting rooms, free underground parking, 24-hour room service, fitness center (albeit small), and a free shuttle to nearby businesses. Rooms are contemporary and comfortable, with free Wi-Fi and flat-screen TVs. Certain categories, such as Family Rooms and Triple Rooms, can accommodate larger groups. The lobby and restaurant feel upscale, with sleek leather seats and funky paintings. The hotel has a free shuttle to the LUAS tram station, and the ride from there into Dublin takes approximately 30 minutes.
The Salthill Hotel

The Salthill Hotel Rating: 3.5 Pearls

The 161-room Salthill Hotel is a modern upper-middle-range property located on the seafront in Galway’s Salthill area, a popular beach destination. The property is steps away from the beach, and a short walk from several restaurants and bars, though there are three lovely dining eating places on the premises, including a bar and lounge with live music on the weekends. Expansive and modern fitness facilities include a large swimming pool with sauna, steam room, and a hydrotherapy pool, as well as a well-equipped gym. Rooms vary in size but all are clean, contemporary, and simply decorated. The hotel is a popular wedding venue, with several elegant banquet suites available. Guests might also want to check out the nearby Galway Bay Hotel, which has similar offerings but is a bit pricier and more luxurious.
Mespil Hotel

Mespil Hotel Rating: 3.5 Pearls

The Mespil Hotel offers a fantastic location overlooking the Grand Canal in the upscale Ballsbridge neighborhood. Big, contemporary rooms have comfortable beds with crisp white linens, color accent walls, large windows, and updated amenities such as flat-screen TVs and free Wi-Fi. Hotel features include an all-day bistro, casual bar, free self-parking (though space is limited), and hearty breakfast. While there's no fitness center, there are many paths along the canal for a jog. Some rooms can feel a little dated, but this hotel offers great value and service in a safe, quiet neighborhood.
Jurys Inn Custom House

Jurys Inn Custom House Rating: 3.5 Pearls

The Jurys Inn Custom House is a mid-range hotel located on the northern flank of the River Liffey. Rooms are clean and contemporary, and feature flat-screen TVs, electric kettles, and small work desks. Some rooms have great views of the River Liffey. Hotel amenities include a casual restaurant -- serving a hearty breakfast -- and a coffee bar. The location is particularly convenient for the 02 Arena, the Grand Canal Theatre, and the Convention Center. However, there are pesky fees for Wi-Fi and parking.
Castle Hotel

Castle Hotel Rating: 3.5 Pearls

The 28-room Castle Hotel is a mid-range option in an old Georgian building that offers great value for price. The rooms are basic but updated with attractive decor, comfortable beds, and flat-screen TVs. Room perks include floor to ceiling windows, an electric kettle, safe, and a pleasant color scheme. Superior rooms are even nicer with more attention to the finishes. Common areas, including the residence lounges, are inviting with antique touches such as chandeliers and working fireplaces. With an on-site restaurant and bar, traditional and charming decor, and free breakfast, this hotel on the north side of the River Liffey offers great value.


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