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Pocket Guide: 4 Stars Hotels in Limerick
Limerick has a wide choice of four star hotel accommodation in different parts of the city so you can choose to stay in the heart of it close to bars, restaurants, culture and nightlife or slightly further afield in one of the quieter suburbs or villages such as Adare, Castletroy or Bruff close to golf clubs, sporting facilities or the business and technology parks close to Limerick University.
Where to Stay When You Visit Limerick
Limerick is Ireland’s third largest city after Dublin and Cork and is well connected to the rest of the country via road and rail links. The city is divided into different areas - Irish Town, which lies south of the River Shannon, historic English Town on the south of King’s Island, and Newtown Perry with its Georgian architecture and gridded formal streets. Each area has its own personality and history so it’s worth exploring on foot to get a feel for how the city operates.
Hotels Near to Cultural Attractions in Limerick
There is four star accommodation in the city centre near the main attractions and historic sites like the Treaty Stone, which gave Limerick its nickname “Treaty City”. The Treaty Stone was signed in 1691 ending the civil war between the Jacobites and supporters of William of Orange and led to the Siege of Limerick, so it is a site of national significance.
Other cultural attractions within walking distance of luxury hotels include Limerick City Gallery of Art, St. Mary’s Cathedral, King John’s Castle, the Hunt Museum, Frank McCourt Museum, People’s Park and O’Connell Street, which is one of the main shopping areas. A hotel stay near the Shannon is atmospheric day or night and throughout the day there are boat trips into neighbouring Clare.
Hotels for Sports Lovers
Sport - golf in particular - is high on the agenda for the Irish. Golfing is one of the main reasons people visit Ireland and there are several high quality courses and clubs located in the city and outskirts - two in Adare Village, one of which lies in the grounds of a luxury hotel. Limerick also has a university and colleges so there are excellent sporting grounds and numerous clubs to get involved with - be it hurling, football or rugby. Accommodation close to People’s Park, Thomond Park and the Shannon gives you access to nature walks around the city and into neighbouring counties.
Whatever the reason for your visit to Limerick - be it a family holiday, golfing break, romantic city break or walking holiday there’s plenty of choice when it comes to four star accommodation - prices are reasonable and bargains can be had when you book ahead online. The city is also a short car journey from Shannon Airport and a good base to start from if you want to explore the stunning scenery of west coast Ireland.