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Galway Harbour Hotel

New Docks Road
Co. Galway

The Harbour Hotel, Galway City is an exciting contemporary hotel where you will experience high service combined with style and attitude. This modern, contemporary hotel is found adjacent to the cityís Waterfront area and welcomes all guests with its open plan European styling and comfortable surroundings matched with professional personal service. Convenient to all shopping, entertainment and business districts The Harbour Hotel has 96 rooms on three individually styled levels. Harbourís unique style is distinctively reflected in Krusoes Bar and Restaurant and also in the four private conference and event areas.

The Harbour Hotel's rooms are designed around the themes of Scandavian, maritime and modern Ireland. Guests are welcomed with warm colours, soft fabrics and modern furniture. They have 96 rooms, all have a wide and varied selection of facilities to make your stay in Galway City memorable.
All rooms have TV, choice of smoking/non-smoking rooms, external line telephones and a personal messaging service are standard in all rooms so you never miss a call whether you're out at a meeting or simply in the shower. Rooms also have desk with study space. If needed, all rooms have an extra supply of Pillows in the cupboard to ensure you have a restful stay.

With luxurious and contemporary dark wood and rich leather furniture surrounding you Krusoes Bar is an ideal venue to unwind and relax after a hard day. Krusoes Bar makes for a casual and interesting place to meet colleagues or friends for a drink or a meal. Subdued lighting and candles in the evening make Krusoes Bar a difficult place to leave.
Harbour's restaurant is uniquely dominated by 5 leather booths and a spectacular mirror backwall. The restaurants walls are dominated by original commissioned canvas paintings by local artist, Alan Murray.