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Dooleys Hotel Waterford City - Waterford Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars
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Dooleys Hotel Waterford City

The Quay, Waterford - Map
 
 
"Great hotel, great location"
We loved the hotel. The beds were comfortable and the room was nice and roomy. It was a great location and we also like the family-ownership history of the hotel. The breakfast buffet was really great. We would definitely stay there again.
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Dooleys Hotel Waterford City - renowned tradition in Irish hospitality - ensuring a warm welcome with very comfortable guest …More
Tower Hotel & Leisure Centre - Waterford Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars
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Tower Hotel & Leisure Centre

The Mall, Waterford - Map
 
 
"Excellent location but tired hotel"
Firstly the location is excellent and the staff could not have been better. I had a very friendly lady at the reception desk. I only stayed one night but the rooms are looking a bit tired and need some freshning up. It is a standard 3* hotel in Ireland. The bed was big and comfortable but a new coat of paint would work wonders for the room. Breakfast was excellent so much choice and very tasty. Overall I would stay again when I factor in the value for money and location.
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Treacy's Hotel Waterford Spa & Leisure Centre - Waterford Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars
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Treacy's Hotel Waterford Spa & Leisure Centre

1 Merchants Quay, Waterford - Map
 
 
"Hotel at a good price in a convenient location."
This hotel is conveniently situated in Waterford, close to the amenities of the city centre and easy to locate. The room was a reasonable size, clean and well appointed and the additional facilities I used (mainly the bar where I ate) were of a good standard. The decor and service are traditional and, overall, it was a comfortable place to stay. The quality of the food was good and there was live music in the bar later in the evening. Parking is available directly opposite the hotel for 4 euros per day or is free in a multi-storey car park a few minutes walk away. I felt this hotel was excellent value for money.
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Fitzwilton Hotel - Waterford Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
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Fitzwilton Hotel

Bridge Street, Waterford - Map
 
 
"Good value. Beds could use an update"
Hotel lobby, restaurant and bar were aesthetically pleasing and contemporary. Staff was excellent and very helpful for Waterford city restaurants and attractions. Restaurant could use a thorough clean. Rooms seemed semi updated. Beds were a bit uncomfortable and could be replaced. Overall it was a good value at around 65 euro.
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This contemporary riverside property boasts a sleek interior featuring modern art and overlooks the Dominican Friary, two …More
Portree - Waterford Hotels
Rating: 2.0 Stars
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Portree

10 Mary Street, Waterford - Map
 
 
"Good location. The price was right. Clean."
Beds were a little hard and the pillows were terrible. Food plentiful and good. I don't know why but I felt like I had to sleep in my clothes. Why doesn't Ireland hotels provide a topsheet. The comforter was too hot but you needed something...
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The Portree is a 2 star guest house in Waterford, a splendid city in the South East region of Ireland . The Portree is …More
Waterford Marina Hotel - Waterford Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars
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Waterford Marina Hotel

Canada Street, Waterford - Map
 
 
"Lovely hotel with great views of the river."
All the staff were very friendly and could not have been more helpful
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Athenaeum House Hotel - Waterford Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
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Athenaeum House Hotel

Christendom, Waterford - Map
 
 
"Boutique hotel in Waterford"
Hotel is nice if looking for a place on the outskirts of the city. Room spacious but bed could be of better quality. Bed was low to the ground and very springy.
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Boutique hotel set in ten acres of parkland and situated one and a half miles from the attractions of Waterford City Centre …More
Hazelbrook - Waterford Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars
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Hazelbrook

No. 10 The Vee Cork Road, Waterford - Map
 
 
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Travelodge Waterford - Waterford Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars
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Travelodge Waterford

Cork Road N25, Waterford - Map
 
 
"Good overnight hotel"
This is a clean, well priced but fairly basic hotel - well suited for overnight stays on the road.
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Waterford Castle - Waterford Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
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Waterford Castle

The Island, Waterford - Map
 
 
"A perfect country getaway from the city"
With its two-minute ferry ride to its own island, this beautiful castle, with its stellar restaurant and only stay and play golf course in Ireland, was a respite from our otherwise frenetic Irish holiday that took us from Dublin to Belfast to Galway to Waterford and to Dublin again. The staff were professional and kind; the restaurant provided high quality service and delectable food. It was an utter shame that we did not have more time to spend there exploring the grounds and other amenities of this hotel.
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    Pocket Guide: Waterford St. Patrick's Church Hotels

    The history of Waterford, a city in the south-east of Ireland, is closely linked to the wider history of the country itself, since it is widely believed to be the oldest city in the country. The location of Waterford, on the banks of the River Suir, was originally a settlement created by the Vikings in 853. The force of this foreign invasion was such that it still reverberates today, particularly in the architecture and history of the district of the city known as the Viking Triangle.

    In this part of Waterford you’ll find medieval structures such as Reginald’s Tower as well as the remains of the original city wall, in the midst of archetypal medieval streets constructed along a narrow, winding template.

    The Development of Waterford

    As the years passed, Waterford grew, eventually becoming an important location for the import and export of a wide range of products. The presence of a deepwater port along the Suir, as well as the relative proximity of mainland Europe, helped fuel this growth and led to the development of the major conurbation that is modern Waterford.

    Accommodation in Waterford

    The growth of Waterford led to an architecturally and culturally diverse city centre, with Georgian buildings such as Christ Church Cathedral going up alongside their medieval counterparts before eventually being joined by modern structures such as the Medieval Museum. This growth, and the fact that Waterford is regarded as a gateway to the south-east of Ireland, has cemented its reputation as a magnet for tourists, and this, in turn, has led to the development of a wide-ranging accommodation offer.

    The hotels, inns and guesthouses in Waterford range from small family-run affairs to large, gleaming five star establishments, and from contemporary boutique hotels in the centre of the city to classic country house piles on the outskirts. Book the right place, close to the banks of the river and the long stretch of the quay, and you’ll be just a short walk away from everything Waterford has to offer, whether that’s fascinating historical buildings, live music venues or some of the oldest and best pubs in Ireland.

    Secret Waterford

    One of the pleasures of staying in a hotel in the centre of a place like Waterford is that you are ideally placed to go out exploring on your own terms, turning away from the standard tourist trail and stumbling across hidden gems such as St Patrick’s Church

    Finding St. Patrick’s Church

    From the outside, St. Patrick’s is a fairly austere building with none of the excesses usually associated with places of worship. It would therefore be very easy to miss if you didn’t know it was there. It is located on Chapel Lane, just off Little Patrick Street, around the corner from the Cathedral of the Most Holy Trinity. The historical importance of the church is that it is a very rare example of an 18th century Catholic chapel, with records showing that Mass was being celebrated there as early as 1704.

    The interior of the building is a single room with a horseshoe-shaped gallery above it. The fact that it is somewhat hidden away and secluded simply adds to its charm. Once you’ve discovered it, you’ll want to spend at least a short while there, soaking up a tranquil atmosphere far removed from the busy city to be found just outside its doors.

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