The Hardiman Hotel was formerly known as Hotel Meyrick Galway and prior to that it was the Great Southern Hotel Galway. Many locals still refer to it as The Great Southern.
Despite its change of name it still retains much of its charm and elegance but it has been revamped and modernised to bring it in line with the latest standards.
It isis located in the centre of Galway City and dates from 1845.
This 4 star hotel in Galway city centre has luxurious modern accommodation, fine dining and spa packages and treatments available.
Rooms at The Hardiman Hotel Galway
Bedrooms are decorated in a modern style in rich colours and fabrics with modern lighting. The rooms are well equipped with modern amenities including free internet access, minibar, power shower, tea/Coffee facilities, telephone, multi-channel television, trouser press and writing desk. There is a seating area in each room.
Rooms offered at The Hardiman are Standard Double Rooms, Executive Double Rooms and Suites.
Please note that these rooms are most suitable for couples an that children are not allowed at this hotel.
Dining at The Hardiman Galway
The Hardiman Galway offers a range of dining options.
The Gaslight Brasserie is located in an impressive with high ceilings and sash windows recalling the ‘high tea’ ambience of the past.
Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, the brasserie offers an array of tasty dishes using local meats, fish and vegetables presented in modern style.
The Oyster Bar provides a casual dining experience from 12.00-6.00pm with a nice international menu as well as beers spirits and cocktails.
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Spa and Gym
This hotel caters for your relaxation and fitness requirements in its top floor Spa with panoramic views across the city. It features an outdoor Canadian Hot Tub, Jacuzzi, Steam Room, Monsoon Shower and Relaxation Room. Various treatments are available.
The gym is fully equipped with weights and machines.
Visitors looking for Hotel Meyrick Galway or The Great Southern Hotel Galway may not, at first, recognise the name ‘The Hardiman’. They can be assured that this hotel has lost none of its class or former glory. In fact, while retaining much of its old world style, it has modernised and added many new amenities and features.