Five Irish City Hotels with Pools

There’s no better feeling than knowing you have a night of comfort waiting for you after a day of exploring some of Ireland’s most memorable cities. This week, we’re looking at Irish city stays with pool facilities, so you can go for a dip and relax after those busy days.

Five Irish City Hotels with Pools

Camden Court Hotel, Dublin

The Camden Court Hotel is right in the heart of Dublin City Centre, just minutes from the iconic Grafton Street. The contemporary hotel is great for a rejuvenating rest between visits to all of the city’s best spots.

The hotel’s 16-metre swimming pool is perfect for those looking to unwind and relax during their stay. If you’d prefer a bit of a workout, the hotel also offers aqua fitness classes, which are open to guests. The jacuzzi, steam room and sauna are also available for those who want to take full advantage of the hotel’s hydro and thermal facilities.

The Kingsley, Cork

The Cork City Kingsley Hotel is ideal for a luxurious break with all the essentials included. This hotel was designed with comfort and class in mind, and offers a fantastic range of unique and stylish guest rooms. Enjoy the flavours of Cork at the hotel’s sophisticated Fairbanks Restaurant, overlooking the River Lee.

With a health club and its very own spa, Kingsley hotel is perfect for both those looking to energise and those after some rest. Above all, the hotel has both an indoor pool, and a heated outdoor pool right by the river, with great views of Cork City.

The Killarney Park Hotel, Killarney

Although its not considered a city, this hotel in Killarney deserves an honourable mention. The Killarney Park Hotel treats guests to a night of elegance. The hotel is sophisticated and stylish from top to bottom, and boasts two dining rooms and a terrace for visitors to enjoy.

With a 20-metre heated pool, you can dive into rejuvenation whenever you get a spare minute. The hotel also offers an outdoor hot tub and a sauna, so you can really make the most of your experience and leave more relaxed than you came.

The Galmont Hotel and Spa, Galway

The stunning Galmont Hotel and Spa is one of Galway City Centre’s more luxurious stays. With plush and sophisticated furnishings, a stay at The Galmont is always worthwhile. One of the hotel’s most boast-worthy features are its delightful dining areas. Enjoy a casual meal in comfort at Coopers Bar and Lounge, or enjoy the award-winning dining experience at Marinas Restaurant.

The 18-metre pool is a great spot to relax and enjoy some down-time between activities. With huge windows all around, the natural light makes for a fantastically bright and welcoming atmosphere while you recuperate.

Crowne Plaza, Belfast

The Crowne Plaza Hotel offers a contemporary stay near the centre of Belfast, surrounded by parkland just by the River Lagan. Head down for a bite to eat in the hotel’s Green Room Restaurant, or visit the River bar for a perfectly prepared cocktail.

The on-site pool is ideal for guests looking to unwind and take some recreational time. The hotel also has its very own fitness centre, where you can spend some time getting the blood pumping before retreating to the pool for a few laps to finish up, or a well-earned rest.


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Ava Farrelly
Ava Farrelly is a travel journalist for travel2ireland, ITTN and TravelTimes. With a background in arts, culture and lifestyle, Ava has a keen eye for the most visit-worthy destinations and all their attractions.

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