The hotel is situated on the corner of Quay Street and looks out over the bay.
The rooms are all similar with 80% being medium in size and 20% being small. They are all in good condition, along with the bathrooms. They are decorated and equipped to a very high standard for a hotel of this class. The interior of each room consists of pale colours which make the rooms very bright.
The restaurant is very tourist orientated with a self service policy and a very basic design and decor.
The hotel is very modern and attractive. It is a white building with a sloping grey roof and is in an excellent setting near the river with pleasant surrounding gardens.
The lobby is large with plenty of seating areas and room for luggage.
This is a good quality, coveniently located hotel. (10/06tm)
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I thoroughly enjoyed my stay in Jurys Inn Galway. Absolutely superb Front Reception Staff and Restaurant Staff for breakfast on Sunday morning. I certainly intend to use this Hotel again in the near future.
4 out of 5
Great hotel in central location. Rooms a bit pricey considering ...
Fantastic location, right in the city yet with views of the river. Lovely room, equipped with tea, coffee, biscuits, still & sparkling water. Buffet breakfast was great, plenty to choose from and plenty to eat! Staff very helpful & car parking only €10 overnight. I would HIGHLY recommend staying here.
4 out of 5
This hotel must be in one of the best locations ...
This hotel must be in one of the best locations in Galway. Our room had a beautiful view over the river. Check in and check out experience was excellent. The breakfast selection was also excellent and the price for our stay on a Sunday night was second to none. We enjoyed a very nice meal and a drink in a well decorated bar ( for the rugby). Staff who are clued in and general location plus parking ( at a cost) mean we will certainly return.Less than 5 minutes walk to Eyre Square and a lot of shopping. What more could you want?