Utterly unique and visually impressive, this flamboyant hotel boasts magnificent rooms and suites offering supreme comfort with soothing interiors, sophisticated designer touches and garden or terrace views. The luxurious day spa and fitness centre with its revitalising treatments and invigorating workout options, looks out over the rooftop Zen garden. From the red Swarovski crystals in the cocktail bar to the glittering mirror balls in the Grand Salon lounge this hotel offers guests a glamorous evening night after night.
Why we recommend The G Hotel
- Glamorous hotel with impressive style
- Designer rooms and plush suites with views
- Luxury day spa offering signature treatments
- Fitness centre overlooking rooftop Zen garden
- Fine dining, chic cocktail bar and grand lounge
Attractions near The G Hotel
Visit the imposing Galway Cathedral
When in Galway, you’ll want to stop and admire the grandeur of one of the region’s most-impressive buildings, the Galway Cathedral, also known as the 'Cathedral of our Lady Assumed into Heaven and St Nicholas'.
This magnificent building is relatively modern in comparison to many other European cathedrals, having been dedicated in 1965. However, it still features many historic influences. The impressive 44.2-metre-high dome and the grand statuesque pillars offer a distinct sense of Renaissance-style architecture. You can spend a while admiring the beautiful rose windows and intricate mosaics, and if you catch one of the daily services, you may even see the pipe organ in use.
Discover an ancient arch
History buffs will relish a visit to the region’s ancient Spanish Arch, which was once connected to a 16th-Century bastion that was built on the town’s walls to protect it from looters. Despite its name, don’t expect to see any signs of Spanish architecture. The name was given to this historic remnant just last century, as a link to the former Spanish galleons that would dock by the Arch on the River Corrib for merchant trade.
Make a day of it and pop into the Galway City Museum that sits adjacent to the Arch. Highlights here include an extensive medieval section and a series of 17th-Century stone carvings.
|Wheel chair access in hotel||Swimming pool|
|Health club or gym||Day spa|
|Minibar (some rooms)||Air conditioning|
|Television||Internet wireless fee|
|Internet (wireless)||In room safe|
|Room service||Internet (common wireless)|