Great National South Court HotelRaheen Roundabout, Limerick 3.0 out of 5.0
This family-friendly Limerick hotel is located in the business district, within 3 mi (5 km) of Cresent Shopping Centre, Frank McCourt Museum and Limerick City ...
Radisson Blu Hotel & Spa, LimerickEnnis Road, Limerick 4.0 out of 5.0
This family-friendly Limerick hotel is located near the airport, within 3 mi (5 km) of Gaelic Grounds and LIT Millennium Theatre. Angela's Ashes Walking Tour ...
Hotels in Limerick: Historic Cathedral City
Lovely Limerick, situated in the southern Irish county of Munster, is a relaxing and picturesque town that boasts a fantastic mix of heritage, lively markets and a passionate sporting culture. Hotels in Limerick boast a wide variety of boutique, modern and resort-style accommodation ranging from €55 to €140, which means there’s something for everyone. Begin your hotel search in the Medieval Quarter or Limerick City Centre. February to May can be a great time to visit to enjoy the spring weather outside of the busy summer season, but whenever it is you decide to visit, if it's Limerick hotels you’re after, let ebookers help you along the way.
What to see and do in Ireland’s third biggest city
Limerick has a fairly compact city-centre so it’s relatively easy to get around on foot, though using the public bicycle stations is a new and exciting option for getting around. For a glimpse into aspects of Limerick’s culture and history, the Hunt Museum houses a wide display of interesting historical and archaeological artefacts relevant to local history, alongside a significant modern art collection. Aside from this, Limerick also proudly boasts a cathedral with the tallest spire in Ireland, St Johhn’s, so be sure to admire the 19th century architecture on offer here. The city is also well-renowned for its passionate sporting culture, being home to Thomand Park, where the Munster Rugby Club plays from. Why not try and catch a game when you’re in town? A wide range of eating options offering all kinds of cuisine are to be found in and around the city centre, whilst lively pubs boast traditional Irish pub culture and in many cases live music around Denmark Street. A famous festival the world over, St Patrick's Day is celebrated with particular aplomb at the Limerick St Patrick’s Day Parade. This is a fine time to experience the city in great spirits.
Let Limerick hotels be your base for exploration
Get really into the thick of it all and choose one of Limerick’s fine budget or luxury hotels the next time you’re in town, and really make the most of what this city has to offer during your next stay. Hotels in Limerick also offer great options for relaxation, but however it is you decide to spend your time away in Limerick, remember ebookers is on hand to help you.
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