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House Hotel gets approval to replace restaurant with bedrooms

The House Hotel in Galway City Centre has been granted planning approval to remove its restaurant and bar to make space for more guest...

An Bord Pleanála upholds approval for Jurys Inn hotel expansion

An Bord Pleanála has upheld a decision to grant planning permission for a major expansion of Jurys Inn hotel in Galway City. The hotel on...

Approval sought to enlarge Crown Square hotel plans

Planning permission is being sought to enlarge plans for a new hotel in Mervue to add more bedrooms and another floor to the building. Wolfe...

City Centre hotel swapping restaurant for more rooms

The House Hotel in Galway city centre plans to expand its count of guest bedrooms by removing the restaurant currently on the ground floor. Ranchwell...

Appeal lodged against expansion of Menlo Park Hotel

An appeal has been made to An Bord Pleanála against plans to expand and renovate the Menlo Park Hotel in Galway...

GMIT Hotel School careers fair attracts over 150 employers

Over 80 stands and 150 employers in the hotel and hospitality industry from Ireland and abroad are taking part in the...

An Bord Pleanála approves Meyrick hotel expansion

Approval has been given for a significant expansion of the former Meyrick Hotel after the developer appealed an earlier decision to...

Galway Bay Resort hotel reopening with major expansion

The former Galway Bay Resort Hotel, closed for over a decade will be both reopening and expanding after getting the go...

The Connacht Hotel gets a new look for the new year

A new you for a new year is an old adage, and the reason some sayings get so old is because...

Menlo Park Hotel plans major renovations

The Menlo Park Hotel in Terryland intends to get rid of its function rooms and replace them with more bed spaces in new renovation...

Jurys Inn hotel gets approval for major expansion

Jurys Inn hotel in Galway city has been granted planning approval for a major expansion which will add an entirely new wing to the...

Inishbofin hotel plans more serviced tourist accommodation

The Doonmore Hotel on Inishbofin has submitted plans to the county council for refurbishments which will increase its serviced tourist accommodation. The hotel at Fawnmore,...

Connacht Hotel leads the way on sustainable hospitality

Galway's Connacht Hotel is leading the way in making the hospitality industry as green and sustainable as modern tourists demand. For 50 years the Connacht...

Plans submitted for major expansion of the Meyrick Hotel

Plans have been submitted for renovations to the famed Meyrick Hotel in the heart of Galway city which will expand the number of guest...

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...

The Galmont Hotel rolls out the carpet for Chinese tourism

Galway's Galmont Hotel & Spa was recently certified by Fáilte Ireland as a key tourism business for catering to the growing number of Chinese...

Renovation plans for Portumna hotel destroyed by fire

Renovation plans have been submitted for the Shannon Oaks hotel in Portumna which has been sitting vacant since it was destroyed by a fire...

An Bord Pleanala rejects expansion of west end hotel

An Bord Pleanala has rejected an appeal aiming to secure an expansion to a planned hotel in the west end. Carroll's Inn were refused permission...

The Connacht Hotel – 50 years of incredible family memories

Galway's Connacht Hotel has been a stalwart part of the travel and tourism landscape in Galway for decades, and on its fiftieth anniversary is...

Massive €130 million office and residential development in Doughiska approved

Approval has been given for a massive €130 million residential and commercial development in Doughiska. Evolution Holdings Ltd have been granted planning permission for a...
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