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Galway Hotel designates an entire floor to over 65s

One of the things we’ve all been asked to do in the COVID-19 crisis is to show consideration for older people who are more vulnerable to the virus, and one Galway hotel is putting its money where its mouth is on that front.

The iconic Hardiman Hotel has designated an entire floor specifically for over 65s as the country reopens, and people begin to plot their staycations at home this year.

As soon as guest arrive, they can avail of the Valet Parking Service with complimentary Tea, Coffee and Homemade Scones to welcome guests in, then it’s onto the Designated Bedroom Floor which is on the second floor of the hotel so guests do not have to use the lift service and can take the stairs should they so wish.

Eating at the Hardiman for these guests is in an over 65’s only dining area, and if you fancy dining in your room there is no tray charge for room service.

Heading out, there’s a direct exit from the Hardiman into Ceannt Station, or to a waiting pick up through the hotel’s back door which opens onto the bus and train station so guests can literally walk in off the platform into the waiting lap of luxury.

Rates for a mid-week offer for 2 Nights Bed and Breakfast and 2 Dinners at the Galway hotel from July -Sept €198 per person sharing /Oct €178 per person sharing/ Nov €178 per person sharing.

To celebrate reopening, the Home Suite Staycation package is inviting people to come and stay for three nights in a luxurious, newly refurbished junior or deluxe suite and get the third night complimentary.

With amazing views on Eyre Square or towards Galway Bay paired with a freshly cooked to order full Irish Breakfast is included each morning in the hotels Gaslight Brasserie this is a stay in Galway that will definitely make holidaying in Ireland a treat.

“We have looked at taking all the stress out of travelling within Ireland for our guests especially the over 65s who have been cocooning for months,” explained Caroline Spollen of The Hardiman.

“Safety is key but also, we want this to feel like a holiday, a treat. We are all so happy to be back at work.”

“Life has changed so much so we want a trip to Galway and a stay at the Hardiman to be a highlight of 2020 for people.”

Briain Kelly
Email: news@galwaydaily.com
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