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April 08, 2021
  • Arrive to Galway before lunch and hotel reception will take your bags and tag them until your room is ready later in the afternoon. Connect with everyone on the Hotels outdoor terrace and take in the views over Lough Atalia.
  • For a great lunch before you go downtown or to your prebooked spa treatment at spirit one spa, Coopers Bar & Lounge is a little gem - casual, relaxed and delicious.
  • The city centre is less than 5 minutes’ walk and take the shortcut passing the Train & Bus Station, walk through Eyre Square and you will see the shopping streets ahead.
  • There is a great selection of independent run shops such as Suzanne’s Boutique, The Treasure Chest, Les Jumelles, Harper, Anthony Ryans, Bowling & Market, Nine Crows, Judy Greens Pottery, Claddagh Jewellers, Logues Shoes, Cloon Keen perfumer and high street shops like The Kilkenny Shop, Brown Thomas, Schuh, River Island and Tommy Hilfiger.
  • Charlie Byrne's Bookshop is Ireland’s best-loved independent bookshop in the heart of Galway City. Explore their labyrinthine maze of over 100,000 books: new, second-hand, bargain and antiquarian.
  • Meanwhile, the ladies that are in spirit one spa have entered a world of complete relaxation, where time is left at the door and they are enjoying a journey far away from the pressures and pace of everyday life. They have selected from a wide choice from Massages, Facials, Floats, Pedicure & Manicure to Targeted Treatments and the Thermal Suite.
  • After spending a few hours gallivanting around Galway, it’s time to catch up and reconnect with your best friends for coffee, pop into McCambridge’s, Goyas, An Cupan Tae, Coffeewerk & Press, Jungle Café, Little Lane Coffee Company, Secret Garden or any of the lovely cafés on most streets.
  • Return to The Galmont and check into your bedrooms. Nothing is more fun and relaxing than hanging out with your favourite girls. It is a great opportunity to unwind, destress, and get dressed up for a fun & laughter night ahead.
  • Meet in Coopers Bar & Lounge and when you are out for a night on the town with your female besties, that's the perfect time to try out new cocktails from the extensive list such as Elderflower Collins, Cosmopolitan, Espresso Martini or maybe order some champagne to celebrate those missed occasions during the year.
  • Dine in Marinas Restaurant, serving refined Irish cuisine in a relaxed atmosphere, the menu reflects the surrounding area showcasing the very best locally sourced produce. Whether it’s a simple bowl of soup and a zingy salad, a piece of impeccable pan-fried fish, some gorgeous local prawns, an impressive steak from the grill or a bespoke dish to order, Marinas Restaurant really does have something for everyone. With some indulgent desserts and a carefully selected wine list, Marinas Restaurant makes an elegant backdrop to an enjoyable evening’s dining.
  • Galway is home to a vibrant nightlife scene, so your choice whether to walk downtown or people watch and gossip in Coopers Lounge to the sounds of the resident piano man (weekends).
  • Catch up again at breakfast and dine on the range of carefully cooked options, finest meats and cheese, fruit juices and fresh fruits all accompanied by home-made pastries and Irish breads.
  • Before you leave Galway with great memories of a fabulous catch up, one last thing to do, a favourite pastime for Galwegians and visitors alike is walking along the Salthill Prom, the 2km-long seaside promenade running from the edge of the city along Salthill. Local tradition dictates 'kicking the wall' across from the diving boards (a 30- to 45-minute stroll from town) before turning around.


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