had a really enjoyable stay, its central so you save money on taxi's everywhere but off the main street so not listening to people all night. Johanna on check in was great. the rooms are spacious and have all the amenities, didnt stay there too long as the bar was calling. very quiet but you dont mind because the staff are full of chat. The manager james kept me entertained until the barmaid Donna came on who had me laughing both nights (be warned, she is a liverpool fan). james was even good enough to open up the bar early for me on the saturday so i could watch the football.food in the bar was spot on, Donna will recommend something for you.
all in all i wont be staying anywhere else when i go back to limerick.
Room Tip: i was on the 5th and those rooms were fantastic
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Stayed January 2012, travelled solo
Now known as the Limerick City Hotel, it's a nice little spot right off the river in a bustling area of downtown Limerick.
The rooms were a bit dated but cozy.
Lovely front desk staff checked us in and gave us a map of the surrounding area.
Later we took advantage of their in house restaurant.
I don't believe you can order room service (the phone in our room actually didn't work, so we were heading down there to order regardless) but the gent running the kitchen at night was happy to take our order and plate it up on a to go tray so we could enjoy in our room.
Had we elected to eat there, they had a MEGA HUGE screen showing the big rugby game down in the bar.
The beds were soft as were the pillows.
Our room had an interesting set up of one double bed and one single next to it, so it could sleep 3 comfortably.
I booked through Expedia and I believe only paid 75.00 euro for one night stay. Decent price for the location I'd imagine.
Limerick City Hotel is also located fairly close to the Shannon Airport (where we were flying out of the next morning). So this was a great option as it was only a 20/30 minute drive to our flight, but still located within walking distance of several pubs/restaurants and attractions.
Not like staying at some crummy airport hotel.
I'd have no problem booknig another room there should my life cross paths with Limerick Ireland again.
I have stayed here over the past decade or so when it has been owned by other groups but I must say the current owners have done a very good job with the place. The rooms are nice and always clean but the thing which really stands out now is that they got rid of the basement bombshelter cafe and have a proper pub upstairs now which is brilliant. We we stayed here last week we never left the place. They had live music and rugby on the next day and with a good menu and lovely staff thats all you need!
We had to make a last minute decision to stay over in Limerick during our road trip and just walked in at the Jury's. That was a good shot, because we were very satisfied with the rooms and service. It is a modern, stylish hotel, located on walking distance of the city centre. Clean rooms, goods beds, free WiFi in the lobby and you can park your car near the hotel. It's a public car park, so you'll have to play for that.
Good value for money and would definitely return here.
Right in the centre of Limerick . Trendy bar and restaurant .
Great pizza place just around the corner too called Domino's pizza.
Quite a good place to stay in Limerick in many ways: as with all Jury's Hotels and Inns, they are clean, well looked after, the Inns especially are good value for money (they sometimes have special offers too), and the staff are trained well and helpful and pleasant. This hotel is a bit noisy (at the front, where we were, anyway) being on one of the main roads through Limerick. Not too far to walk to the town and there's a handy shop/small supermarket/newspaper shop just down the road at the side.
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