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The Westwood Hotel is located just 1km from Galway city centre in the University Quarter. This fantastic 4 star hotel enjoys easy access to Galway city and to Galway’s picturesque countryside.
The Westwood is the ideal venue for the business and leisure traveller. This is evident in the hotel’s outstanding conference and banqueting facilities and its luxurious accommodation. After a day touring the delights of Galway city and the surrounding area, you can relax in the comfort of this elegant hotel.
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The Westwood is located just 1km from Galway City Centre, on the main Galway to Clifden road.
From Dublin Airport
291km from Dublin. Follow the N6, M6 and N4 to Galway city. Follow signs for Clifden (N59). The hotel is located on the left hand side.
From Galway City, 2km
Follow signs for city centre and for Clifden N59. The hotel is located on the left hand side.
From Train Station
Taxis cost between €8 and €10 or the No.4 bus leaves from Eyre Square every 20 minutes.
Galway is home to many vibrant festivals, which include Galway Races, the Oyster Festival, and Galway Arts Festival plus the city is rich in heritage and culture, which has all the makings of a brilliant break away.
The Westwood features 58 beautifully designed bedrooms. The bedrooms are extremely comfortable and each contains a spacious ensuite with heated mirrors and hairdryer. All rooms feature locally handcrafted furniture.
In room facilities include
Individually controlled air conditioning.
Extensive in room entertainment.
Music and movies on demand.
Luxurious fresh bed linen.
Multi channel TV.
Please note: That the Family Room can accept 2 adults & 1 child under 12 only.
It's only a short stroll into the city centre where you can explore its historic streets and visit Galway Cathedral. Galway City is Ireland's fastest growing city, indeed one of the fastest in Europe. It began as a small fishing village centered around the estuary of the River Corrib. Galway is without a doubt a young persons city, students comprise around a fifth of the population. It is packed with beautiful restaurants and pubs and is rich in culture and heritage.
Salthill is now an important suburb of Galway city. The giant Leisureland complex, with its host of children’s entertainments, including an indoor heated swimming pool, proves very popular. The golden half-mile of casinos, pubs and restaurants also plays its part by day and discos and musical pubs rule the roost at night.
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Bernadette from Dublin
Anonymous from Maynooth
Stayed 03-2013Young couple
Anonymous from Portmarnock
Stayed 02-2013Solo traveller
Great staff very homely feel and very accommodating would recommend The rooms are clean and spacious very comfortable with self control heating Car parking good and overall staff wonderful and felt very at home here
This beautiful restaurant is renowned for its excellent service and fine cuisine. The intimate and atmospheric ambience of Meridian Restaurant makes it a perfect place to relax and enjoy an evening of fine dining.
This split level bar offers a relaxing and friendly atmosphere. Carvery lunch is served from 12-2.30pm daily with a choice of dishes. Bar food is served from12-9pm. You can choose from a variety of salads, sandwiches, paninis and baps.
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