Quality Hotel & Leisure Centre Killarney

Address: Cork Road, Killarney, County Kerry, Ireland | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Cork Road, Killarney, is near Angsana Spa at The Brehon, Franciscan Friary, Killarney House Gardens, and Speir Bhean Monument.
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Historical Traveler Reviews Quality Hotel & Leisure Centre Killarney

Well Impressed... Great Family Hotel


Stayed here with my husband & 2 youg kids in the newly appointed hotel suites. Well impressed... the suites are ideal with young kids. Food was exellent. Definitely value for money. Is under construction at the moment, but at the price you are paying and the facilities you are getting you cannot complain. Lobby area is ideal for kids, they can stay up here at night for a while and listen to the music... Would well recommend as a family hotel.

The staff are Quality!


my husband and i have stayed at at the quality hotel killarney formely the kilkarney ryan hotel many many times over the last few years with our children who now no longer come with us. the only reason we go back is for the great staff! they know our faces and are always very pleasant and welcoming. the hotel did need a re vamp and it got it the end of last year. whilst the rooms are lovely and modern now we feel that the lobbby has changed from being the nice cosy place where you could enjoy a frieldly drink at night listening to the band to a very open area which is short on seating! the re vamped hotel is lovely and teething problems are natural so hopefully thus will be sorted out soon! but saying that it is lovely to see that parents with children are still welcome in their lobby at any time. we feel we must mention the receptionist helena. we have always found that she always finds time to chat to us and enquire how we are, when you think of the volume of people that pass though the hotel its nice that she remembers us. having someone like her at the reception desk has to be of benfit to the hotel.

we would recommend the hotel to anyone with or without kids but beware during summer holidays ther are a lot of kids there. killarney being the lovely place it is ryans is the place to stay.

feel free to email with any questions

Family Friendly


Friends recomended the hotel as a great place for kids, well it was. They are so professional at what they do Walt Disney could learn from them.

We were on a 3 night package with 2 dinners. 2 adults and 2 kids. They entertained the kids all day long and gave myself any my husband some valuable time together as moms know its hard to get that time together. The Friendly Fellows and their award winning creche were excellent. The kids would all dine together leaving time for the parents to have a relaxing meal together. We were entertained each evening with a great selection of music, the kids had magic shows and go-karting.

Looking forward to returning again next year as we think we have found to most family friendly place in Ireland.

Wouldn't recommend


We were due to stay 2 nights with our little girl. We checked out after one. The hotel needs a complete revamp. The carpets, bed clothes etc looked very worn and tired. I was extremely disappointed with this hotel and would not recommend it.

Standards are way down


Stayed at the Killarney Ryan recently. I wasn't very impressed. I found it to be of about 2 or 3 class standard, but the price was way too high. It was dirty, especially in the bar, with a strong smell of smoke and stale air in the rooms. I have to say that the pool facilities were nice (except for the ear infection later), but a little run down. The entertainment in the bar was brutal, eg. a one man band, wanna-be wedding singer ....

I found the staff to be fine, but my friends who also stayed found several of the staff to be very rude, or maybe just inexperienced.

A major construction project is underway there at the moment so noise, dust were a problem. The car park entrance was flowing with mud.

I wouldn't advise it at all. There are plenty of better and cheaper hotels and B+Bs in the area.

I'd definitely advise you to visit Killarney though. The scenery is just FANTASTIC. Better than I've seen anywhere and better than I could have imagined.

Super christmas break !


We stayed at the Killarney Ryan hotel for 5 nights B&B after christmas with our 3 kids and found it very relaxing, with excellent facillities for the kids.The staff in the creche and the friendly fellows club were super with the kids and took care of them very well with plenty of fun and games.The food in the restaurant was excellent with very good service and frendly staff.i Would recommend this hotel highly for families.

Great Holiday Spot For The Kids


Just to let other stressed out working parents know that the Killarney Ryan do all in their power to look after the kids and entertain them, just to say thanks.

Irish Dancing


I was recently in Ireland to attend the Irish Dancing World Championships and had the pleasure of staying at the Killarney Ryan Hotel. We were very happy with the accomodations. The rooms were clean, the hotel was conveniently located and the staff working in the restaurant were very friendly and helpful. The hotel also had a nice lounge area with nightly entertainment and a fun atmosphere. I would love to return to Ireland some day and would not hesitate to stay at the Killarney Ryan hotel.

Excellent all round


We stayed at the Killarney Ryan Hotel recently and took the kids with us. The hotel is perfectly situated, about 10mins walk(perfect for walking off the pounds gained during our stay). The kids loved it there, they met new friends through the kiddies club which left me and my husband to enjoy our stay. There was a full activity program to suit them. Our stay included bed and breakfast and dinner each evening. The only negitive comment I would make is that the food is only mediocore. The staff were brillant, the receptionist went out of her way to tell us about the sights and even rang the different places to ask about admission charges, she also pointed out a large book full of useful information on the area, very helpful and friendly. I would definatly return there again

Very helpful staff


We stayed at the Ryan last week and found the staff very helpful. While there our daughter had an appendicitis attack. The receptionist helped me to find a local doctor, called my cab and was just very helpful. We came in very late after our childs surgery, and the restraunt staff was just great, fixed us a very late meal and just took very good care of us during a stressful time... if you read

this.. thanks to all.

TripAdvisor Reviews Quality Hotel & Leisure Centre Killarney

3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

Travel Blogs from Killarney

Ring of Kerry

A travel blog entry by brenton-alan on Jun 22, 2015

43 photos

... are quite nice. I did not pay to go inside the house. If i paid to see inside every attraction so far i would be well over 100 euros out of pocket. So i am content to see from the outside.
Next stop is Torc waterfalls. The falls are certainly nothing special, but the 3k walk up the hill and around the falls is very nice.

Last night was rather chilly, i heard on the radio it might dip to 4 degrees. The ...

To Killarney

A travel blog entry by heidif on Jul 14, 2014

29 photos

... playground... the sign only says that adults are forbidden to use equipment designed for children.. Eve and Daniel head to the senior playground to climb, spin and swing in a basket. After the fun on the playground, we walk back to our hostel stopping again at Dunne's to buy food for dinner.

At the hostel, we read and rest for a bit before heading to the kitchen to cook dinner. Oops! Should have cooked dinner right away...there is a giant ...

I-rish I didn't have to leave (title by Rhi)

A travel blog entry by jessgurn on Jul 11, 2014

1 comment, 8 photos

... of them, and I must have taken at least 100 photos of them. At the base of the stairs built by the monks there was a guide to warn you about being careful climbing the 600 odd stairs that lead up to the monastery. 600 steps sounds pretty full on and intimidating, but they aren't very high steps, and with the puffins everywhere you stop quite frequently to take photos and then before you know it you're at the top. The monastery at the top was very impressive, it was ...


A travel blog entry by saraann on May 18, 2014

10 photos

... grid, more windy), and in a better setting (the lake & mountain). (It's potentially worth noting that the garden tour was unintentional. Yes, we got lost. Try not to be shocked.) It was at this point that we considered turning back, but decided we'd come too far. The scenery remained gorgeous, and we finally made it to the waterfall! I can't describe it without pictures. Still, I wish I could capture the true colors, the sound, the smell of it. It ...

Killareney and the RIng of Kerry and Skellig

A travel blog entry by andyandmichele on May 12, 2014

1 comment, 15 photos

... with lots of side stopping to let others pass. Back to Killarney
for a Guinness or a Kilkenny , good food and live music in the pub across the road.
Bliss !!

Day 2 in Killarney and closer to town, In Killarney we head off to Muckross House, I felt like I had been transported to another time. The furnishings and decor recall the early
20th century, and a trip downstairs reminds you of how diligently the
servants ...