Athlone Springs Hotel

Tuam Road, Athlone, County Westmeath, Ireland | 4 star hotel
Prices starting from $114.00
 

Travel Blogs from Athlone

Connemara & Cong Tour

A travel blog entry by jmpncsu

... there was no
good place to park. Then we headed into the village of Cong and had
some time to explore around this town that was the setting for the movie
The Quiet Man.
Ken told us that this movie actually played a big part in opening
Ireland up to tourism. In Cong, I walked around a little bit in the
forested area and saw the Monk’s Fishing House and the Cong Abbey. And
of course I had to get ...

Scenic Day 8

A travel blog entry by jas20j

1
8

... with occasional showers but we timed it well to have a look around the village and gardens whilst it was not raining.

After lunch we headed along the spectacular Atlantic coastline to the Cliffs of Mohr. This has to be one of the most windy places in Ireland. Our guide told us we could lean on the wind, and he was not wrong. There is ...

"Red" Will Danagher

A travel blog entry by swdsull

5
31

... remember you guys not getting to Cong, but to Connemara, where the stone bridge in the movie is.

Cong features things in the movie I don't recall seeing in your and Erin's pictures, and I was delighted to have a Guinness in the Pat Cohan Bar, dinner in a restaurant called "Danaghers," see the church and Fr. Lonerghan's thatched-roofed house, and the part of the river where they fall in and where MaryKate speaks to father in Gaelic as he's fishing. You guys would ...

Dublin: rebellions and Guinness

A travel blog entry by lrbeard

5

... the bank of the Liffey river and the sun was actually out! When we got there the next tour didn't start for about 40 mins so we had a cup of tea and looked through the museum first. This jail has a very interesting (and sad) history and we got a good introduction to this in the museum. Firstly there has basically always been a jail here but the building that is here today was officially opened in 1787 and the intention was that this was to be a reformed jail. So ...

Watch your head!

A travel blog entry by markturner

6

... seemed to be a little overpriced. We ended up settling for some yummy Indian food that we took back to our little pub and ate it while we watched Usain Bolt win the 100m final. We finally settled down quite early in the evening and hit the hay for our final leg of our Ireland road trip. It was a funny sleeping arrangement as we only had single beds in each room and each room only had 2, so Holly and Giv decided to have a girls night in and Adam and I took the two singles upstairs.
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This 4 star hotel, located on Tuam Road, Athlone, is near Sean's, Athlone Castle, Viking Tours, and Locke's Distillery Museum.
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    Historical Traveler Reviews Athlone Springs Hotel

    Never again

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    We decided to give it another go....room ok, pool nice and quiet. Ate in Athlone because its nicer and the hotel restaurant was dead, but then.....it was time for breakfast!

    A lovely hotel but some service glitches

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    Overall a beautiful hotel about 3 miles outside Athlone town. We got very good value for our package. However our enjoyment was spoiled by some annoying and unnecessary service ' blips'

    Horrendous customer service, would not reccomend it

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    Having viewed the Athlone Springs Hotel website both myself and my partner decided to book 2 nights away for some R&R before christmas. The website is quite good but that is the only thing that this hotel has going for it. Our package was supposed to include a dinner, and when we tried to book we where told the restaurant was fully booked and considering the hotel is in the middle of no where we could not make any alternative arrangements and nor was the hotel forthcoming in offering any or atleast providing a discount. I have stayed in many kinds of hotels throughout the world and have never experianced such bad customer service. I even had better customer service in hostels i stayed in in my student days. If you are looking for a good quaility hotel with good customer service this is not the place to go. Also from speaking to our fellow guests, their experiance of the restaurant was quite bad, food described as cold and half cooked where just some of the comments that were said to me.

    One night to destress

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    Room was 1st class comfortable and well above average. Staff were helpful but somewhat remote/reserved. It was extremely late when i booked in after a business meeting and i arrived about 10.30pm and this may account to the quiet clinical and non atmospheric feel to the hotel............breakfast was first class and i took option to have this by room service as i had an early flight to catch from dublin. What i saw of hotel impressed me highly but this hotel needs some character and atmosphere injected into it. Was more like a clinic than a hotel in honesty. I would use it again but only as a third or fourth choice as the other hotels i've used in Athlone were far more appealling. The atmosphere and feel of hotel will no doubt improve over time as this is a really new hotel

    Will not be back

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    Have just returned from a mini break around Ireland, had pre-booked The Athlone Springs for three nights as it seemed appealing and relaxing. Welcome on arrival was friendly and efficient.

    Relaxing Hotel

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    got a really nice deal with dinner, room and a massage for both of us, really good value, I had heard hotel had a few issues but we were very happy with our stay, the food was lovely, the restaurant very purple, and the rooms a good size, and pink lit corridors, different for sure!!! The massage was excellent, the girl knew her stuff and the pool very big, and not crowded at all.. overall, we had a great time, will be back to Athlone again and will stay at the Springs

    Nice hotel, shame about the food!

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    Lovely new hotel, bit of an industrial setting, no nice views. Very friendly staff. Breakfast was not to the standard you would expect. Only had breakfast at the hotel, which would have been good had it not been cold, and taken a long time to come. Thought it was just teething problems, but reading other reviews it appears to be an ongoing problem.

    Beautiful New Hotel

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    Have recently returned from an overnight stay in this newly built hotel. Staff were very friendly, helpful and efficient. Room was spacious, beautiful decor, very comfortable bed, nice LCD tv, they have thought of everything...even down to the little details. The lighting in the hallways give a relaxed, chilled out atmosphere. The leisure facilities were excellent - the nicest pool I have used, lovely big jacuzzi. The treatment rooms weren't operating yet but are due to be ready shortly. I can't fault this hotel in any way. Can't wait to go back again!

    Booked my wedding!!

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    I checked this new hotle out as a possible venue for our wedding next year! - I went back twice and after the second stay I booked the venue! its new its funky and the food & service is excellant they have a wonderful cocktail/wine bar and a fab restaurant!

    A new fab boutique hotel

    from

    Stayed here for 3 nights, the hotel is fabulous, the decor second to none, really funky lights. Our room was great, good size, king bed, all the trimmings.

    Had dinner in the Cedar restaurant every night, good service and excellent food. A good team of people working there, from the desk to the leisure centre. The leisure club Zen is really big, great facilities. The pool is huge.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Athlone Springs Hotel

    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent