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Just back from a sleepless night in the G. I have no clue why this is a 5 star hotel. The decor is horrific but yes that's just my taste BUT the furniture is grubby and basically dirty.
The main issue we had and it...More
Treated my girlfriend to a weekend in Galway for her birthday back in November, and we were really looked after in the g. Everything about the place is exquisite. The room was perfectly clean, bed was huge and nearly impossible to leave it was so...More
It is a little bit from downtown but easy cab ride to the Pubs and Grub . I stayed only one night as a guest of Tour Company that represents this hotel. The design is very strange with bright colors,fish tanks,funky mobiles hanging from the...More
From the outside it may look like every other boutique hotel but, once you step inside the doors, it's heaven. The rooms are extremely comfortable. The staff go above and beyond. I love it at the G. Having worked in the area I can be...More
Great hotel not too close to city centre but very accessible - food and drink on site is of good quality and thermal spa is a real gem! Staff are friendly and very helpful. Rooms are well laid out, bed was very comfortable and bathroom...More
Hi, although it's a gorgeous hotel, The G isn't in the best location. It is a 20 minute walk into the centre and is built in a retail park. I'm not sure what kind of tickets you mean so can't help with that but there is a... More
Hi, although it's a gorgeous hotel, The G isn't in the best location. It is a 20 minute walk into the centre and is built in a retail park. I'm not sure what kind of tickets you mean so can't help with that but there is a concierge desk so I'd imagine they would be helpful. I stayed midweek and found the bar area very quiet , I live in Galway and have actually never heard of any entertainment taking place there, except for maybe race week. To be honest there isn't much around it except for a pub across the road which would be livelier than the hotel . The hotel is across from Lough Atalia but to see Galway Bay you would need to head to Salthill which is around 15 minute drive. So for nightlife and sightseeing you will definitely be best to catch a taxi into town or walk if it is one of the rare days when it isn't raining!! Galway is a great place to visit and I'm sure you will a lovely stay.