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All reviewsgalway baylobster potdan murphyharvest cafesea viewtop classkids clubwedding venuewedding receptionfamily roomleisure centrewould highly recommend this hotelfrom start to finishstaff were so friendlyfood was lovelyfantastic hotelgreat weekend
Very impressed with high standards in all areas, have great admiration for staff. Nothing too much trouble... here on package break but still very well treated. We had an adjoining family room with great access for our 2 year old. Hotel supplied small fridge for...More
We stayed a few weeks ago- it was a special family night away, and our visit was just out of this world! We arrived late evening and received a warm welcome on arrival. We then had dinner in the bar - Carl took our order...More
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Response from Dan M, Managing Director at Galway Bay HotelResponded 27 June 2017
Many thanks for taking the time to provide such a wonderful review- I’m thrilled to hear that you enjoyed all the elements of your stay.
A good team who provide friendly and attentive service is vital to ensuring a perfect stay and I...More
Stayed here not so long ago and must say it was a very pleasurable experience from start to finish. Was greeted by Cymoni at reception who looked after our every need, she literally couldn't have done more for us, such a sweet girl. The hotel...More
Lovely , spotless rooms , gorgeous food and the service is exceptional ... everyone is smiling and everyone appears to take huge pride in their work ... Alan and Sanita are two brilliant members of staff .
Had an amazing long weekend at the Galway Bay Hotel! We were extremely lucky with the Irish weather and enjoyed the heat wave that was passing through. The hotel was situated across from the promenade and we got to enjoy warm breezy walks in the...More
A bit away you will need to get a bus to Salthill, around the corner from train station facing the Eyre Square. I think it’s the 104 is the number. It takes about fifteen minutes to get there, Salthill Hotel and Galway Bay... More
A bit away you will need to get a bus to Salthill, around the corner from train station facing the Eyre Square. I think it’s the 104 is the number. It takes about fifteen minutes to get there, Salthill Hotel and Galway Bay are beside one another! Bus stop outside hotel.