One of Ireland's most reputable hotels, Hotel Meyrick is something of an institution. Situated very much in
the heart of the city, this elegant Victorian hotel is Galway's
finest with a long and illustrious history.
Built in 1845 on Eyre Square in the heart of Galway City, Hotel Meyrick has played an integral part in the life of the
city for over 150 years. Today the hotel combines its original Victorian
features together with modern facilities in sophisticated fashion and
the charm and traditional hospitality of the hotel still remains one of
The hotel immediately impresses with the refined setting
of its grand lobby, with elegant marble fireplace, chandeliers and the
tinkling of a grand piano in the background. Wide corridors throughout
the hotel are a reminder of days gone by, originally designed to accommodate
ladies in their wide ball-gowns.
Each of the hotel's bedrooms are decorated with
sumptuous modern fittings yet retain the traditional feel of the Hotel Meyrick. Elegant furnishings, fine fabrics, luxuriant beds, marble bathrooms
and a very close attention to detail can be found within spacious rooms. Hotel Meyrick also has a number of exclusive VIP suites, offering
the ultimate in luxury accommodation, with no expense spared.
The hotel's Oyster Room Restaurant is widely renowned
for fine dining, a multi award-winning restaurant with an extensive menu,
excellent service and elegant surroundings. In less formal settings, O'Flaherty's
bar, one of Galway's favourite pubs, serves a good range of bistro
style food, while the drinking options extend to the hotel's sumptuous
cocktail bar; Croi na G.
Located at the very top of the hotel is the Hotel Meyrick's
leisure club, the Square Spa & Health Club equipped with state of
the art gym, steam room and monsoon shower, Jacuzzi and outdoor Canadian
hot tub with magnificent views across the city. The Spa also offers a
range of beauty treatments and hydrotherapies.
With its hospitality, quality and reputation, Hotel Meyrick offers a unique stay in a unique city.