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The Glasshouse - Sligo Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

The Glasshouse

Swan Point, Sligo - Map
"Interesting, weird hotel in central downtown"
Fifteen minute walk to bus station. Hotel is central to downtown Sligo Unusual Hotel that almost works. Huge in outside structure and looks like it is several buildings thrown together. Without the ship shape would make absolutely no sense. This is reflected in the bar off the lobby where most people hung out in the middle of the pathway to the elevators and outdoors. Stairs to the second floor pass through the bar above. The river view rooms are nice as the river is interesting and tidal. Insist on the river view rooms as without them the rooms are a little bizare As I said to my family viewing the pictures later, yes the room was really that orange. Not most peoples taste, ok for one night, nauseating to live in. Breakfast looks the part but the quality of the iconic Irish lacked greatly. Really skip the breakfast and go get some real food and coffee without gross grounds in the pot, elsewhere close by. Same price and home cooked. Do not pay top money for this hotel if you can avoid it, but not over all bad. Really at best is a good three star. No way is it worth four or five star prices.
Traveller from Toronto
Sligo City Hotel - Sligo Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Sligo City Hotel

Quay Street, Sligo - Map
"Business booking"
Needed somewhere close to work and chose this hotel. Nice and clean with very helpful staff! Couldn't have picked a better hotel - secure parking and great food in the bar - try the homemade burgers with a pint!!
Traveller from Northern Ireland
The Sligo City Hotel is ideally located in the centre of the town, next to O' Connell Street (main street with shopping …More
Yeats Country Hotel, Spa & Leisure Club - Rosses Point Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Yeats Country Hotel, Spa & Leisure Club

Rosses Point, Rosses Point - Map
" Easily reached by car or bus from Sligo. "
Pleasant stay visiting relatives. Very friendly reception and lovely room overlooking the bay. Hourly bus service to Sligo from right outside the hotel to save parkin worries in the city. Grandchildren enjoyed swim in the leisure centre.
Traveller from Altrincham, Cheshire
Castle Dargan Hotel - Ballygawley Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Castle Dargan Hotel

Castle Dargon Estate, Ballygawley - Map
"Nice Castle, excellent breakfast, Big room."
We booked via Expédia. Our room was giganstic and breakfast was amazing. This is a gorgeous castle and out experience was pleasing.
Traveller from Montreal
Riverside Hotel Sligo - Sligo Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Riverside Hotel Sligo

Riverside, Sligo - Map
"Hidden Gem"
Great location. Food was amazing and staff were fab too. Yes, there is limited parking but it really is no big deal as there is ample street parking. Our party of 10 got parked without any hassle. This is a hidden gem that doesn't get enough praise. Woukd highly recommend.
Traveller from Northern Ireland
Modern hotel with leisure and conference center in the center of Sligo, overlooking the River Garnavoque.Decorated in rich …More
Sligo Park Hotel & Leisure Club - Sligo Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Sligo Park Hotel & Leisure Club

Pearse Road, Sligo - Map
"Nice hotel but Expedia room block in older section"
Mostly 4 star hotel, however Expedia room block is in the back, with older rooms, overlooks the parking lot and doesn't include breakfast - which we paid for separately and was excellent BtW! Amenities are nice - pool, gym, bar onsite. Lovely, large couch- filled lobby.
A Traveller
Radisson Blu Hotel & Spa, Sligo - Sligo Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Radisson Blu Hotel & Spa, Sligo

Ballincar, Sligo - Map
"Comfortable Hotel in Beautiful Sligo"
This hotel is comfortable and in reasonable condition. Although it would benefit from redecoration throughout. During my stay the restaurant, bar and reception area never felt warm. The hotel staff are very processional and helpful. Unfortunately the food is poor. We ate in the restaurant and bar. Sadly in both occasions our meals were disappointing in taste and value. While I would definitely stay in this hotel again I would not eat in it.
Traveller from N.I
Contemporary hotel with panoramic views of Sligo Bay and the mountains, just one kilometer from the bustling streets of …More
Diamond Coast Hotel - Enniscrone Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Diamond Coast Hotel

Bartragh, Enniscrone - Map
"Great for a wedding venue"
First time in Ireland, came for a long weekend to a wedding. Overall found the food very good. Heating in the rooms was excellent and the room itself was very spacious.
Traveller from kent
Clarion Hotel Sligo - Sligo Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Clarion Hotel Sligo

Clarion Road, Sligo - Map
"An average hotel"
Decided on a suite as this included kitchenette facilities and gave us additional space. Kitchen floor wasn't clean, and facilities included microwave, fridge and kettle with 4mugs and teaspoons. No plates, cutlery, drying cloths or toaster. Inside of the kettle was filthy and mould around the nozzle of the kitchen tap was off-putting.
Traveller from Tyrone
Four Star classic hotel located in its own mature tree lined grounds. This is an historically preserved building built in …More
Strandhill Lodge and Suites - Strandhill Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Strandhill Lodge and Suites

Top Road, Strandhill - Map
"Ideal for Strandhill break"
High quality and good value hotel. Very welcoming and helpful staff.
Traveller from uk

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    Pocket Guide: Sligo

    Hotels @Sligo

    As a well established tourist destination, Sligo offers a vast selection of hotels, guesthouses, B&Bs and backpacker hostels, both within the town and in the magical countryside around it, at prices to suit every budget.

    There are plenty of hotels in the town centre, from upmarket four star establishments to no frills budget hostels, making it easy to explore the town’s shops and other attractions on foot, and to enjoy the vibrant nightlife Sligo is famous for.

    There are quite a few luxury spa hotels nestled in the countryside around Sligo, some in manor houses, some in castles and others in more modern buildings. If these are beyond your budget or just not to your tastes, there are plenty of more modest B&Bs and guesthouses in the country too.

    Where to Stay in Sligo for Shopping

    If you intend to spend a lot of time making the most of the many and varied shops in Sligo, you should choose a hotel near the main shopping areas in Wine Street, O’Connell Street, Grattan Street, Stephen Street, High Street, Market Street and Castle Street.

    Country Hotels Around Sligo

    The breathtaking scenery around Sligo was a great inspiration to the poet William Butler Yeats, and you might prefer to stay in the countryside to really immerse yourself in this wild and natural environment. You can choose a luxury hotel that offers every modern convenience you’re used to: spa treatments, fine dining, Wi-Fi, leisure activities and more. Or you could opt for somewhere with more basic facilities that just happens to place you in the heart of this spectacular landscape.

    Holiday Cottages in Sligo

    If your needs are more basic, or you simply prefer the freedom, independence and privacy that self-catering can provide, there is a wide choice of holiday cottages and houses in the Sligo region.

    Hotels for Business in Sligo

    Sligo is an important economic and industrial hub, making it a popular business destination, thus many of the hotels offer meeting rooms, conference facilities and free Wi-Fi, as well as other useful business amenities.

    Festivals and Events in Sligo

    There are many annual festivals and events held in Sligo, and if you want to time your stay to coincide with one or more of them, you should consider booking a little earlier to ensure a place in your chosen accommodation. Sligo Live and Sligo Summer Festival are music festivals held in October and August respectively, that attract some really big names. Sligo Jazz Project, a jazz summer school and festival, is held in July.

    The So Sligo Food Festival is held in June, and gives visitors the opportunity to try an exciting range of local dishes, while in July and August, the Yeats Society holds a Yeats Summer School, exploring the writings of this iconic Irish poet.

    Where to Stay in Sligo

    The heart of northwest Ireland offers a very wide choice of accommodation, from luxury to budget hotels, guesthouses and B&Bs. You could find yourself a really good deal by booking through Expedia.

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