Overlooking the scenic River Corrib, this enviably located hotel is set in the city’s vibrant and eclectic Latin Quarter, encircled by attractions. Spend the day sightseeing, with the Galway City Museum and Spanish Arch just a few minutes by foot, indulge in retail therapy on renowned Shop Street and explore the cobblestone Quay Street, brimming with restaurants and bars. Return for a crisp wine and traditional Irish stew at the restaurant and bar, and settle into simply furnished guest rooms with cosy beds and city or river views.
Why we recommend the Jurys Inn Galway
- Excellent location in the Latin Quarter
- Near Galway City Museum and Spanish Arch
- Close to shopping, dining and entertainment
- Bar and restaurant on-site
- Rooms with views and cosy beds
Attractions near the Jurys Inn Galway
Latin Quarter shopping and dining
The first port of call for many tourists when they arrive in Galway is the vibrant Latin Quarter, home to some of the city's finest pubs, restaurants and boutique shops. Riverside scenery, heritage buildings and cobblestone streets set the perfect mood for souvenir shopping and savouring local delicacies, and if you're in town on the weekend there are plenty of bargains to be found at the Saturday Market.
The Latin Quarter is also Galway's cultural precinct, home to the Galway City Museum, the historic Spanish Arch and the internationally-acclaimed Druid Theatre. Take the Long Walk along the River Corrib to O’Brien’s Bridge for excellent sightseeing and photo opportunities.
Discover the stories of Galway's past
Learn the fascinating history of this vibrant city during your visit with a trip to the Galway City Museum, located just behind the iconic Spanish Arch on the east bank of the river. Offering free admission, the Museum celebrates the history of the region and the achievements of notable residents, displaying significant artefacts including the Galway Civic Sword, the Great Mace and a statue of local writer Padraic Ó Conaire.
The Museum also celebrates Galway's cultural and artistic achievements from medieval times to the present day, and its galleries offer unparalleled views over the Claddagh and Galway Bay.
|Wheel chair access in hotel||Balcony / terrace (some rooms)|
|Parking cost applicable|
|Tea and coffee making facilities||Internet (common wireless)|