Hello you lovely bunch!
I hope you are well.
I am just back from a little holiday to Galway in they West of Ireland. I went with my family and we spent the days Flannery’s Hotel. It was our first time staying in this hotel and it had it’s good points and it’s bad but overall I was impressed with it. I’ve never done a hotel review before but you guys seemed pretty supportive of the idea of reading it here so I decided to share it with you.
Upon arrival the staff were very friendly and informative regarding the hotel’s facilities and giving us directions to our hotel room which was fairly easy to locate. The lift was in easy distance to the lobby, there were also stairs too.
The room we stayed in had a double bed and a single bed. It was simply furnished and had a desk two lamps and locker at each bed. There was also a cupboard where we could hang our clothes up too.
We got our breakfast in the hotel each morning. I love a good buffet and I have to say this one was delicious. There was a huge variety of foods to choose from; cereals, fruit and yoghurt, pastries and croissants, a full Irish breakfast, poached eggs and bacon with toast and even pancakes with bacon and syrup. I tried the following: cereal, croissant with jam and butter and fruit and yoghurt.
The only thing we were a bit disappointed at times were the fact that our orders got mixed up a couple of times and so did some of the other people’s there to but we can understand that maybe they were busy and mistakes of course happen.
We were also pretty impressed with the tea and coffee making facilities in our bedroom. It was a nice touch and since were all very fond of tea it was a lovely surprise.
We also went down to the bar on the Saturday night where I had my favourite non-alcoholic drink, a lime soda! We listened to a musician who both sang and played guitar. The bar was packed full of people and their was a lovely atmosphere.
I enjoyed our stay at Flannerys Hotel and we all agreed that we’d come back again the next time we visited Galway.
Hope you enjoyed this post!
Have you ever been to Galway?