At a Glance
A fun and contemporary hotel designed by Philip Treacy
Fantastic food and colorful dining rooms
Lots of big spaces filled with comfortable chairs and sofas in which to relax
The bar is very popular with locals and is the place to be seen
Meet our specialists
Call us on 858 345 1764 to start planning your vacation to The G or take a look at our itineraries to Galway Connemara and the West
The G hotel is the only 5 star hotel in Galway and is located in Lough Atalia, as you come into the city, so a 5-minute drive to the center or a 15-minute walk. The hotel has become the place to be seen for the residents of Galway which brings a great atmosphere to the bar and restaurant.
The glass-fronted hotel is fabulously designed by Philip Treacy with high ceilings, pink and purple hallways and brightly colored dining areas and furnishings. It's fun, contemporary and has a lovely relaxed atmosphere with lots of comfortable armchairs and sofas in which to relax with a drink.
Although the main hotel is colorfully decorated, the rooms have been designed with pale, neutral colors. The beds are incredibly comfortable, the rooms are spacious and light with big windows. The bathrooms have baths and separate showers and all amenities you may need.
The spa is excellent with a fitness center, a thermal suite that includes a vitality pool with water therapy jets, a crystal steam room, a rock sauna and ice fountain, several treatments rooms and heated loungers.
There are three signature lounges at The G where meals and drinks can be taken; the Grand Salon which has high ceilings and pale colors, the pink lady's lounge and the blue gentleman's lounge. The food is international cuisine and the breakfast is very good indeed!
This five star gem is located in the heart of Galway City. The G Hotel hosts 101 rooms combining a mixture of guestrooms and suites, stylish and ranging in size to suit each preference.
The most spacious of rooms available at the G Hotel; hosting a King size bed. Superior bedrooms are combined with a bathroom equipped with shower, bath and complimentary toiletries.
Each room comes with either an urban or garden view within the hotel.
There are all necessary amenities included such as a desk, fridge, plasma television and more.
The Deluxe rooms can accommodate a super king size bed or 2 single twin beds depending on suitability.
From these rooms a variety of views could be enjoyed either towards Lough Atalia, or towards the interior terrace of the G hotel.
All necessary room amenities are included such as a desk, fridge, plasma television and more.
This room offer that extra amount of space; hosting its own living space area. All luxury rooms hold urban views. The bathroom offers beyond comfort with a double walk-in shower, bathtub and an ample amount of space for those sharing it. The living space can be put to good use for extra luggage, or for additional beds if necessary. All necessary amenities are located in the room including a desk, fridge, plasma television and more.
All Junior Suites host a beautiful panoramic view in the direction of Lough Atalia and the Galway city skyline.
The bathroom oozes luxury and class equipped with top end bathtub and walk-in shower, as well as a double sink ideal for those sharing the bathroom.
All necessary amenities are located within the room including a plasma television, desk, fridge and even a Nespresso coffee machine.
Ashford Castle look to spoil their younger guests, children under the age of 2 years receive an Ashford Castle teddy bear. Children aged 2-11 years receive their own bathrobes and slippers, blue for boys and pink for girls. Baby sitting services are available on request.
Whether it's work or leisure the hotel composes itself of a number of fantastic facilities. The G Hotel is able to host meetings and conferences, weddings or even those seeking a relaxing weekend away within the well acclaimed ESPA spa. On the culinary side the hotel prides itself on its 3 year consecutive 2 AA Rosettes awarded to Restaurant Gigi's. A more relaxed menu is served within the Signature Lounge, as well as afternoon tea.
Location & Directions
Located on the West coast of Ireland, directly parallel to Dublin.
When to go
It is very difficult to predict the weather in Ireland - in the summer from May to late September is generally seen as the most pleasant time to visit. Rainfall is difficult to predict - but Ireland does not receive as much as many are led to believe! In the winters, temperatures do fall, but there is nothing better than finding a remote pub with a roaring fire to sit beside after a long walk in the country.