Stay at this 4-star family-friendly hotel in Limerick. Enjoy free WiFi, 2 restaurants and a rooftop terrace. Our guests praise the helpful staff and the comfy ...
4.5/5 Wonderful! (1,007 reviews)
"The underground parking is a nightmare, spaces way too close together and to be charged to park on top of the room fee is not great. Got upgraded to a river view suite, the room was nice, clean. The balcony is enclosed but is still open to elements, not heated or anything and this was the only area ..."
Founded in 1780 by Lady Hartstonge and several other benefactors as a “fever and lock” hospital, St. John’s Hospital in Limerick famously treated patients during the Great Famine of 1845-1847. This was one of Ireland’s greatest ever public health catastrophes, and a time when great strain was placed on the health systems and entire fabric of society. Had it not been for public hospitals, the situation could have been significantly worse.