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I heard so much about Radisson hotels that I expected more .... hotel is fine but nothing special
Radisson Blu Hotel & Spa, Cork£87Radisson Blu Hotel & Spa, Cork£87
We, were very impressed with Brandon House, lots of lounge areas, meals were beautiful,plenty of parking and in peaceful surroundings. The staff at front desk bent over backwards for us when we had problems with a missing credit card, ORLA, in particular helped us no end, bouquets to her, would highly ...
Brandon House Hotel£46Brandon House Hotel£46
Nice hotel, bar and restaurant near most attractions and parking right across the street. Older classic style hotel and they treat you right.
The Granville Hotel£80The Granville Hotel£80
Susan and Des were very welcoming. The rooms (2) were very clean and comfortable. We only stayed one night, but we felt very comfortable thanks to our hosts. The views from this location are beautiful. Breakfast was delicious. Would recommend.
Samuel's Heritage Bed & Breakfast£68Samuel's Heritage Bed & Breakfast£68
The city of Waterford is the oldest city in Ireland, having been settled by Vikings in 853. This rich history is clearly apparent as you wander around the city centre, which is divided into a selection of different cultural and historical districts, reflecting the influences of waves of Viking, Norman, and Victorian incomers.
In the whole of Europe, only Paris and London can lay claim to being older than Waterford, and this is just one of the reasons why up to 300,000 people per year visit the city. As well as the vibrant and cosmopolitan offering of the centre itself, Waterford can lay claim to being the gateway to the south-east of Ireland.
The accommodation on offer in the city reflects this status, with establishments ranging from bed and breakfasts to luxury spas. The range of four star hotels on offer means that it is possible to explore everything Waterford has to offer while enjoying your own taste of luxury.
Many of the four star hotels in Waterford are clustered around the centre of the city, often along the banks of the River Suir. This means that they offer an excellent base from which to explore the historical nooks and crannies of Waterford, safe in the knowledge that a luxuriously comfortable room is waiting at the end of the day.
The Viking Triangle is the oldest part of the city and is within easy walking distance of several four star hotels. Once the thriving centre of the city, it is now a quieter and more tranquil area, packed with medieval architecture, narrow streets and, in recent years, a burgeoning restaurant scene.
The most noteworthy building in this part of town is Reginald’s Tower. This tower, located on the river at the eastern end of the quay, was built in 1003 and is the oldest surviving civic building in Ireland. It remains Waterford’s most famous landmark and is the only building in Ireland to still be called by its Viking name.
Having chosen to visit Waterford to explore the rich history of the city centre and the glorious sweep of the surrounding countryside, you then have a range of four star accommodation to choose from. The establishments in question run from a castle located on an island in the middle of the river to a country house with its own golf course and a boutique riverside hotel with a modern art designer twist.
What all the hotels in question have in common is that they are just minutes from the many cultural and entertainment venues in the centre of Waterford, and in each one of them you’ll receive the kind of warm welcome for which this part of the world has become justly famous.
For those seeking a quiet break the good news is that there are four star hotels located slightly outside the centre of Waterford. Thanks to strong transport links these bed and breakfasts still offer access to Waterford while also providing a helping of tranquillity and, in all probability, a more affordable price tag.