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Maldron Hotel launches summer deal with kids staying free

Galway’s Maldron Hotel has launched it’s exclusive summer deal aimed at giving kids a great stay on holidays.

For the rest of the summer children will stay free, eat breakfast for free, and play in the famous “Crafty Kids Club” for free at this four star hotel on the Sandy Road.

“We’re proud of our Crafty Kids club, which offers arts and crafts, interactive playtime and movies, amongst other activities,” said General Manager Siobhan Burke.

“Children can play and be entertained, whilst their parents enjoy a little break of their own. At Maldron Hotel Sandy Road Galway we want to make your family break away a fantastic time for all involved”.

Situated just 15 minutes walk from Eyre Square, the Maldron Hotel is well placed for visitors who want to enjoy all the life of Galway while still being able to enjoy a quiet night’s sleep.

An €8 million refurbishment of the hotel was completed last year, and guests can enjoy spacious, comfortable bedrooms, great food, a modern bar, a complimentary fitness suite, and ample free underground car parking.

This deal is available for a family of 2 adults and 2 children (under the age of 12) until the end of August and includes complimentary WiFi & Parking.

For more information, including booking forms, visit the Summer Offer page.

Briain Kelly
Email: news@galwaydaily.com
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