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A pleasant one night stay here. Check-in was a little fraught but my room was clean, nicely decorated and comfortable. Bathroom modern and clean with all amenities and plenty of towels. Bed was a little too hard for my taste. Needed to iron something but no iron or ironing board. There was a hairdryer. ...
I visited Galway and stayed at Kinlay. My first international travel, and I travelled solo. The staff at Kinlay made me feel very welcomed. The facility was great. Beautiful common areas. Amazing vibe amongst guest. I just loved this place and the experience. Thank you Kinlay !!!
We stayed at the Sea View apartments a couple of years ago and loved the accommodation. We were therefore pleased to get a good deal on our return trip to Galway. This time however we were a little disappointed. The two bed flat was well laid out and equipped with the basics but there were a number ...
Well located and comfortable suite. Floor to ceiling windows offer great views over Galway. There can be street noise with the windows open, which is the nature of central locations. The kitchen could be better stocked, but would definitely recommend and would stay there again.
Brilliant from the start, we were allowed to use the swimming pool free of charge, only bad thing is, is that you have to buy your own hats for €3, if like me, you forget them, but the room was lovely, the bads were the most comfortable bedstay I've ever slept in, the staff were lovely too.
In this connected world, it’s hard to imagine not having access to the internet. But for people travelling with mobile devices, the cost of using data-roaming services can be prohibitively expensive. That’s why it can be so important to select a hotel that has Wi-Fi access.
The majority of hotels in Galway offer Wi-Fi access to guests in one form or another – some have a guest Wi-Fi option in the main areas of the hotel such as reception and the hotel restaurant, while others allow guests to connect to the internet in the comfort of their own rooms.
It’s always best to check before travelling to see whether or not the thing you want to see is open. A public holiday, a strike or some other major event can slip past even the most assiduous of holiday planners, so quickly checking on the internet can save a wasted journey. Some attractions are not open during heavy weather, and you can find out in advance whether today is likely to be a picnic day or an umbrella day – vitally important information in the Emerald Isle.
How hotel Wi-Fi helps even when you’re out and about and away from your room What happens when you leave your hotel? That’s where the power of smartphones and tablets comes in. Many guidebooks and maps can be pre-downloaded and used while on the move to navigate around Galway city and further afield into the county. Some map apps can be found that will act as a cheap satnav option, and only require a GPS signal to operate – avoid the costly price of common map apps such as Google Maps, which requires data to be downloaded at frequent intervals.
For the busy executive, it’s vitally important to be able to communicate with head office, and hotel Wi-Fi is a key component of this. Sending and receiving important emails can easily be done from a hotel room or a hotel business suite, which can make all the difference. Having the latest up-to-date information before a vital meeting can transform it into a success.
Forewarned is forearmed, and there are so many great sources of information online these days – not least Expedia which aims to offer you a comprehensive list of the best hotels and travel options for your holiday. So have a look around the site to see what you can find.