We had a little bit of a hard time finding it but once we did we could not have been happier! The hotel was beautiful, the staff were so very nice and the bed was SOO comfortable! Especially after getting lost all day, learning to drive on the other side of the road, other side of the car - I was ...
In 2012, our family of five adults went to Ireland for vacation. We stopped in Athlone because it was halfway between Westport and Dublin, our two other stops. In Westport, which on weekends is populated by Dubliners, we repeatedly heard, "Why are you going to Athlone?" Here's why . . . The city ...
The Hotel is amazing, the breakfast was amazing, the area was perfect, My daughter is got married at Trim Castle so we had a group of 11 and the hotel was a 5 star and enjoyed every minute. Very updated.....walking to everything we needed for the night we were here
Myself and my husband stayed here for one night. Our first time in athlone. Athlone is a nice place to visit and we will come back. The hotel is lovely and we had a really nice dinner in the bar. The bar staff are very friendly. We had asked for a quite room. Unfortunately we had a hen party staying ...
Do National Botanic Gardens, Glasnevin Museum, Jeanie Johnston Tall Ship and Famine Museum, Croke Park and Dublin Zoo all sound like a good enough reason to take a vacation?
They're all waiting for you in Roscommon. So are 352 Orbitz hotels, which rate highly for Hotel Staff and Location.Nightlife in Roscommon
Spice up your trip with a foray into Roscommon's nightlife scene. The staff at Pembroke Wanderers Hockey Club, The French Paradox Wine Shop & Wine Bars and Kealy's open their doors to patrons looking for a cold brew or mixed drink. Ample sports coverage or dancing may not be hard to find, either.Where to shop in Roscommon
Want to dress like a local or pick up some new duds? Head to Dunnes Stores, Merrion Shopping Centre or Ecirette Superstore. Jewelry stores like Fields Jewellers offer up pretty baubles and sleek accessories.
Buy the newest gadgets at Smyths Toys Superstores. Michael Guineys stocks plenty of ways to spruce up a home or surprise friends with gifts.The dining scene Roscommon
You can't leave Roscommon without visiting at least a few of its popular eateries. The Chop House, Roly's Bistro and Baan Thai Ballsbridge offer up tasty morsels along with a dash of local flavor.Nightlife in Roscommon
Spice up your trip with a foray into Roscommon's nightlife scene. The staff at Pembroke Wanderers Hockey Club, The French Paradox Wine Shop & Wine Bars and Kealy's open their doors to patrons looking for a cold brew or mixed drink. Ample sports coverage or dancing may not be hard to find, either.Outdoor adventures in Roscommon
Don't forget to leave time to enjoy a little nature while in Roscommon. Head to National Botanic Gardens or Powerscourt Waterfall for a refreshing walk or afternoon picnic.
Snap photos of unique and exotic creatures at Dublin Zoo—this family-friendly outing can make learning fun.Where to stay in Roscommon
Whether you want to stay in the heart of all the action, or would prefer a quiet corner of Roscommon, there's a neighborhood for that — check out Dublin Southside, Clontarf East and Donaghmede.Getting to Roscommon
If you're flying in, head for Dublin Airport — it's one of Roscommon's main transportation hubs.Activities in Roscommon
There's something for the whole brood in Roscommon. Winter Funderland, for instance, is chockfull of rides, casual eats and more.
Tuck into a matinee or enjoy a night out at Underground Films and Savoy Cinema—a movie is also a great option for date night while you're in town.
Sports fans can get their fix at Croke Park, as well as some handheld eats and souvenirs.
If a little rest and relaxation is in order, head to Glow Make up and Beauty Salon, Urban Day Spa and Heaven O' Connell St to rejuvenate and enjoy some serious pampering.Arts and culture in Roscommon
Anthropology, history, fine art — there's no limit to what museums can offer. Enjoy an educational and fun afternoon in Roscommon at Glasnevin Museum, Jeanie Johnston Tall Ship and Famine Museum and Dublinia. National Library of Ireland, Hodges Figgis and Trinity College Dublin offer a taste of culture and learning.
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