Travelodge Galway

Address: Tuam Road, Galway, County Galway, Western Ireland, Ireland | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Tuam Road, Galway, is near Padraic O'Conaire Statue, Galway Greyhound Stadium, Coole Park, and Go Karting.
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          TravelPod Member ReviewsTravelodge Galway

          Reviewed by andrewjerome

          You get what you pay for

          Reviewed Jul 7, 2010
          by (43 reviews) Sydney, Australia , Australia Flag of Australia

          I can't complain too much about this hotel as the price was great. This is the perfect location for a no frills stay. However it is best visited if you have a car as there is plenty of parking and the hotel isn't that close to town. Also the advertised wifi doesn't have a strong enough signal to work properly, the breakfast doesn't start early and the service is very indifferent. However the bed is very comfortable and the room is quiet.

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          TripAdvisor Reviews Travelodge Galway

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          Travel Blogs from Galway

          Larry and the Ferry

          A travel blog entry by burton-newgren on Aug 18, 2016

          12 photos

          Hey guys it's Kirstie. We're a couple days behind on writing. Sorry about that but we've been so busy and too tired to write after our endeavors. A couple of days ago we were in Galway and took a day trip to the Aran Islands on a ferry. The ferry ride was absolutely horrible as I get motion sickness so easily. I literally almost got so sick that I …

          Connemara & Beyond

          A travel blog entry by eurotrekker01 on Sep 14, 2015

          1 comment, 12 photos

          ... both cycles, so we need to be very organized with how we plan laundry days. While in Paris we has separate machines which worked far better. However this is the last washing machine we have until Loch Lomond and there we don't have a dryer which will be a challenge if it is raining, so we will make use of what we've got.
          Today's activity is a drive around the Connemara area, a drive planned for us by the Carpendale brothers John and Harry. We are planning on meeting ...

          Pressing the Flesh

          A travel blog entry by coonangr on Jun 26, 2015

          12 photos

          ... Civil War - Fighting 69th. The newer memorial also includes part of the Twin Towers that Michael Bloomfield presented to the town in recognition for their contributions over the years. We were given a talk at the memorials by the local MP John Perry. He then showed us the local theatre that has been renovated back to its original art deco style. He also hung around with us at the cafe. He certainly loved to shake hands - lucky there were no babies around. Morning tea over ...

          The west of Ireland

          A travel blog entry by bcurlis on Mar 11, 2014

          ... in the 19th century by a Mr Henry as a wedding gift for his wife. In 1920 it was taken over by the Benedictine nuns. It is absolutely beautiful. The pictures don't do it justice. After Kylemore we drove to Knock. There we saw the Church of the Assumption. Back to Galway and dinner at our hotel. ...

          Day 9: Doing Nothing At All and Also Quite a Lot

          A travel blog entry by lari on Jun 15, 2013

          ... importance to have a back-up plan. Most younger farmers nowadays have a university degree just to be able to have something to fall back on. So yeah, very different from our culture in that respect. On a related note, they invited us to stay at their place should we ever decide to come to Australia. That's pretty neat!

          The music they played in the pub was traditional irish music and sounded incredible! Made you want to dance on the spot. Still, we changed ...