Our stay was on July22nd to 24th 2021. Our room should not have been rented out, it was asphyxiating. This hotel has no air conditioning. The temperature in Galway was 28 C/83F the first two days, and we had the junior executive suite room 137. When we complained the first day it was too hot to stay in, we were given an additional table fan. The room had an entire wall of windows facing the sun that baked the room even with the drapes closed. It did not matter that the temperature cooled at night outside because only a couple windows opened and that was one inch wide. It was basically a convection oven with a table fan. The temperate must have been over 30C in there. Ridiculous. I slept on the floor as that was cooler than the hot bed. After 2 days of that misery, we demanded that we be moved. The receptionist was surprised as we had “one of the best rooms”. The manager listened and said, “that room gets sun all day”. Duh!. She moved us to the other side of the hotel to what she had available. A lot cooler, but literally a room with a lopsided mattress. The rooms in the 129-147 wing should never be rented out when your temperature is above 23C. They are convection ovens that can’t be aired out. Either fix the windows so they open all the way and the rooms air out, or don’t rent out those rooms. Heat stroke is not something you should give your guests.