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Help! Anyone who lives in or has visited Galway area! Having trouble finding lodging for weekend of Sept. 12. All the highly rated properties are booked and those available seem to have bad reviews (Rusheen Bay House, Amber Lodge). Want something in the city but would consider within a few miles on bus line. Any help is most appreciated!

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This mighht be more than you want to pay for the evening, but it is a good hotel--I am staying here next week. Also try Jury's Inn. They are a good hotel as well and might be fair priced and less than Radisson.
Goood Luck to you!
Radisson Hotel Galway

Lough Atalia Road/ Galway, Republic of Ireland
Tel.: 91-538-300
Fax: 91-538-606

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Lough Atalia Road, Galway City, Co. Galway, IrelandOverview Guest Reviews Photos Directions Hotel Information
Located by the waterfront and a 2 minute walk from the city centre and the Railway/Bus Station, the hotel has 217 rooms in a choice of styles to suit every taste. Bedrooms have AC, tea/coffee facilities, trouser press, iron and iron board, mini bar,hair dryer, DD telephone and remote control TV. The hotel aslo has a leisure centre with heated indoor swimming pool, gym and outdoor hot tub. New additions include 'Spirit One Spa' and executive rooms on Level 5.




Room Information
Imaginative design affords many of our 217 rooms a view of Lough Atalia and Galway Bay. All rooms feature high-quality amenities such as satellite television, a personal safe and mini bar. As part of our renowned E@syConnect service concept all our rooms come with High-Speed and Wireless (WiFi) Internet Access, as well as dial-up connections with an ISDN or Analog modem. Non-smoking rooms and rooms for our disabled guests are available upon request.

Food and Beverage

Restaurant Marinas
Galway is famous for its seafood and so is Restaurant Marinas. Offering a range of fresh local fare, including Galway Bay oysters, wild salmon, mussels, scallops, lobster, red snapper and monk fish, the restaurant also serves a variety of dishes inspired by cuisines around the world.

Restaurant Marinas also serves the Super Breakfast Buffet with cold and warm meats, cheeses, a spread of fruit juices, fresh fruit, sparkling wine and waters. The most aromatic of coffees and teas are accompanied with home-made pastries and Irish breads.

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Breakfast: 7 a.m.-10:30 a.m.
Dinner: 6 p.m.-10:30 p.m.
Sunday Buffet Lunch: 12:30 p.m.-3 p.m.

Atrium Bar & Lounge
The magnificent Atrium Bar & Lounge provides the perfect place for guests to meet with friends and colleagues.

The 130-seater Atrium Bar & Lounge, with its piano, soft furnishings and warm open fireplace offers a comfortable place where guests can relax and savour a range of cocktails, beers and Irish stouts, as well as an array of Irish whiskeys and spirits. Traditional Irish afternoon tea is served daily and a delightful and eclectic menu is available for lunch from Monday to Saturday for just 15 EUR.

In addition, the Atrium Bar & Lounge opens out onto a heated terrace overlooking Lough Atalia - the perfect setting from which to watch the sunset on Galway Bay.



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The Radisson SAS Hotel & Spa, Galway is only a few minutes walk from the city centre and boasts unrivalled views of Lough Atalia and Galway Bay. The hotel offers easy access to the Aran Islands and Connemara, and is close to the Galway (15-minute drive) and Shannon (75-minute drive) airports.

Renowned worldwide for its famous bay, its Claddagh ring, and its use of the Irish language, Galway is a booming city of about 70,000 people. A "town and gown" city, with two third-level educational institutions, Galway, or Gaillimh in Irish, dates back to 1124, and officially became a city in 1484, when it was granted a royal charter.

The 14 tribes of Galway, after whom our meeting rooms, boardrooms and suites are named, were responsible for building medieval Galway into Europe's most westerly trading port, attracting the attention of European merchants and the explorer Christopher Columbus.

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Thanks for the info - I thought California was expensive, but I do think Ireland might be even more so! Oh well... I think we've found a B&B in Salthill "Sea Breeze Lodge" which looks and sounds nice and is on the bus line, so that's probably what we'll book.
Galway is expensive because everyone loves to go there; go to tthe Irish Tourist Board or check hotels.conm--there are a lot of lesser priced places to satay and many hostels too.
if you are not opposed to hostels, i had a great experience at Sleepzone. they have dorms but also smaller rooms . I stayed in one with two beds. nice kitchen facilities and it is about a five minute walk from everywhere you will want to be.
Thanks! Think I've finally got it figured out but appreciate the suggestions!
We stayed at the Auburn House last July and loved it.
Mary is a great host and makes an awesome Irish breakfast!

Auburn House,
Galway City,
Galway,
Ireland,
Tel: + 353 91 771018
Email: mary@auburnhousegalway.com
www.auburnhousegalway.com

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