The three star Western Hotel is located in the heart of Galway City and offers the highest standard of accommodation. This family-run hotel comprises of three impressive Georgian buildings and blends an old style feel with all modern conveniences. Enjoying a long tradition of hospitality, experienced by our many guests year on year - a unique and friendly atmosphere ensures you feel entirely at home. Among the 40 rooms we have to offer are single, double, twin, family and triple rooms, as well as a room with facilities to accommodate our wheelchair using guests. The Hotel Western Bar is a warm and welcoming place, traditional, friendly and renowned for the largest open traditional Irish music sessions in Galway. Our hotel restaurant offers a tantalizing selection of food. A varied choise of delicious dishes are available from our carvery and snack menu, with an A La Carte menu in the evening. Our meals are prepared from fresh local produce. The Western Suites are luxury 2 bedroom suites catering for up to 5 people. The suites are in the heart of Galway City, located just a stroll away from the famous Eyre Square. The Western Suites are located to the rear of the hotel up a flight of stairs and are designed to give you a home away from home during your stay in Galway, offering you a functional kitchen and seating area, bathroom and two separate bedrooms. The suites are serviced daily.
Car parking options for Hotel Guests. The Western Hotel offers free underground Valet Car Park for all guests. Guests checking into CityPoint Apartments are also asked to arrive for their check -in to The Western Hotel. They will be given further instructions at reception. Directions to Hotel’s short term underground parking:
Arriving from any direction, follow the signs to the City Centre and Eyre Square. Once on Eyre Square, take the road exiting the square at the top right-hand corner at Richardson’s Pub. Proceed onwards on the left lane. Pass TK Maxx, Galway City Council building and The Western Hotel and take the first turn left, then left again into St. Bridget’s Place. Our underground car park is on the left, down the ramp.