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About Salthill Hotel, Kilkenny

Overview of Salthill Hotel

Welcome to the page of Salthill Hotel. This is a place of interest in the city of Kilkenny in Ireland. Don't expect lot of visitors to Salthill Hotel since it is not a popular tourist spot in Kilkenny.

Abounding of places like Kilkenny Castle, St. Canice Cathedral, Smithwick\'s Experience, Rothe House and Dominican Black Abbey, city name has great things to do that are totally worth your time.

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Address: The Promenade, Galway, H91 DD4V, Ireland

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Walking Ghost Tour of Kilkenny
View Deal Walking Ghost Tour of Kilkenny 12 Reviews | Duration: Flexible From USD 17.02/person

This one of a kind ghost tour takes you trough the medieval capital of Ireland. Kilkenny with its narrow cobbled lanes, remnants of its city walls and with its mystic charm, it should be no surprise that Kilkenny is bursting with tales of the paranormal. Its people have told stories for generations, handed down to become far more than hearsay. Kilkenny’s ghostly tales all have one very important thing in common they are all based around fact and arise from genuine historic tragedies.Since Kilkenny is the home of the first ever witch trial and witch burning it is vital that visitors fit in with the surroundings and therefore each visitor will wear a witches hat and cape to ensure their safe passage through the narrow cobbled lanes and will also carry lanterns to protect their save passage through the medieval city.

Smithwick's Experience Kilkenny Entrance Ticket
View Deal Smithwick's Experience Kilkenny Entrance Ticket 7 Reviews | Duration: 60 minutes From USD 14.49/person

Delve deep into the history of Smithwick’s, Ireland oldest beer brand, with a visit to Smithwick’s Experience Kilkenny. With Franciscan monks, living portraits of the Smithwick family and giant holograms, set off on an immersive, guided tour of the Smithwick’s Experience, located in an old Victorian brewing building in Kilkenny city center. Travel from the 13th century right through to modern day as you trace the beer’s history, and learn how the ale is made. Then toast your tour with a meticulously poured pint of Smithwick’s.

The Kilkenny Way: Ultimate Hurling Experience
View Deal The Kilkenny Way: Ultimate Hurling Experience 1 Reviews | Duration: Flexible From USD 36.22/person

Take a 2-hour trip to experience the ancient Irish sporting heritage of hurling. We provide a unique sporting experience giving you an insight into the world's oldest (3000 yrs) and fastest field game in the true home of hurling champions, Kilkenny and the Kilkenny Cats.

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  • Salthill Hotel is fantastic from the minute you walk into Reception - all receptionists are so welcoming regardless of how busy they are. The hotel is spotless everywhere. Very good food in bar. Dinner in The Prom Restaurant is 1St Class. All requests regardless how small are dealt with immediately. Can find no fault with this lovely hotel in a superb location overlooking Galway Bay.

  • I really had a great time the 2 nights I stayed here. The atmosphere was elegant yet down to earth and the staff very friendly. The spa area was nice and I enjoyed it the two times I visited. I'd definitely stay here again!

  • There was a long delay in getting us to our room upon check-in because the room wasn't ready yet, even though we arrived at about 3pm. However, the nice lady at the reception was very apologetic about it and even asked if we needed something to drink or eat when the delay had stretched beyond half an hour. We hadn't had lunch and were starving, so we told her we'd be going to the attached restaurant (Prom). The nice waiter at the restaurant brought us back to the reception so we could keep our bags there. The receptionist told us that the bellhop would move the bags to our room once it was ready. I could have sworn that the receptionist also told the waiter at this point that the lunch was to be complimentary due to the delay caused. But it didn't happen and we ended up paying the bill. However, this didn't really affect our overall experience of the place. It's a great hotel. Not very close to the city centre but the fact that it is on the seafront makes up for it. Liked the room, the bar and also the live music that played one of the evenings we were there.

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  • Very nice hotel. Breakfast was reasonable and the dinner/desert was excellent. Would recommend.

  • Arrogant unfriendly staff in a hotel that lacks any sort of character. The breakfast is awful and the food in general is poor. The best thing about this place is its location and the views from the front of the hotel. 4 star in status but I have stayed in nicer 3 star hotels. There is a good fitness club here. In general don't expect any kind of customer service.

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