The House Hotel
AddressLower Merchants Road, Tha Latin Quarter GalwaySee nearby area
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Lonely Planet review
There's a hip and cool array of colour in the lobby at this smart and stylish boutique hotel. Public spaces contrast modern art with trad details and bold accents. Cat motifs abound. The 40 rooms are small but plush, with bright colour schemes and quality fabrics. Bathrooms ooze comfort.
Our independent authors have visited The House Hotel and selected this as one of our recommended hotels in Galway City.
Description provided by property
In Galway’s historic Latin Quarter, The House is an elegant, 4-star hotel just off Quay Square and the Spanish Arch. It offers air-conditioned rooms, free Wi-Fi, a restaurant and cocktail bar.
Set in an old stone building, The House Hotel has unique art deco interiors and modern facilities. Rooms are all individually decorated and feature soundproofed windows, flat-screen satellite TVs and laptop safes.
The elegant House Bistro has leather and cane seating and serves fresh, modern Irish food. Guests can dine al fresco on the terrace or enjoy a classic cocktail in stylish surroundings at The House Cocktail Bar.
Located in the centre of Galway, The House is a 10-minute walk from Galway Cathedral and the National University of Ireland. Numerous independent boutique shops are located nearby, and Salthill and its promenade are just 15 minutes’ walk away.
American Express can be used to reserve the booking, however The House Hotel does not accept it for payment. Alternative cards or cash must be used at the hotel.
When selecting the Double or Twin Room please advise of your preferred bed configuration. If no selection is made, a double room will be selected as default.
Services & facilities
- Breakfast in the room
- Non-smoking throughout
- Non-smoking rooms
- Facilities for disabled guests
- Room service
- Ticket service
- VIP room facilities
- 24-hour front desk
Bureau de Change/ATM
- Currency exchange
- Free WiFi
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