Maldron Hotel Limerick

Southern Ring Road, Limerick, County Limerick, Ireland | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Southern Ring Road, Limerick, is near Limerick City Gallery of Art, People's Park, Belltable Arts Centre, and Anne Fitzgerald's Gallery.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsMaldron Hotel Limerick

    Reviewed by andrewjerome

    Beautiful hotel, great service

    Reviewed Jul 8, 2010
    by (17 reviews) Sydney, Australia , Australia Flag of Australia

    This was one of the nicest, best value hotels I stayed in whilst in Ireland. The rooms are beautiful and quiet and the facilities are brilliant. The only downside was that the location is not close to town, and the hotel was really hard to find (get directions)! But there are shops nearby and the price was very reasonable

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    TripAdvisor Reviews Maldron Hotel Limerick

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    Travel Blogs from Limerick

    Western Coastline... Dodging Raindrops

    A travel blog entry by mikeandbridget on May 06, 2014

    3 comments, 20 photos

    ... 20 minutes before the wind and rained picked back up. Though we planned to spend some more time exploring the area, the weather dictated we leave early for Limerick and we hit the road again, satisfied from the couple hours of great views. We checked into our hotel in the heart of Limerick and immediately set out for dinner at a local pub that advertised Irish Dancing lessons every Tuesday night. Unfortunately, when we ...

    Day 15- Travel to Limerick by way of Galway

    A travel blog entry by dougm51 on Sep 19, 2013

    11 photos

    ... who had just recently arrived from Brazil to learn English - she was so very nice. The manager was from India, as was the cook. To top it off the girl with the sign directing us here from the main drag was from France- what a League of Nations- when you throw in two Canucks. We ate pizza, drank wine and chatted with everyone. A super great lunch stop!
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    2 comments, 20 photos

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    A travel blog entry by melepua on Mar 06, 2012


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    A travel blog entry by melepua on Oct 16, 2011

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