4 Star Hotels in Ireland

Ten 4 Star Hotels in Ireland That Guarantee A Warm Welcome

Select Hotels of Ireland offer a wide selection of accommodation across many cities and counties in Ireland. They have family hotels, intimate country clubs, and friendly 4 star hotels in Ireland.

Select Hotels of Ireland are renowned for their great service, quality food and warm Irish welcome. I have listed ten 4-star  hotels in Ireland below, but you can see all 28 hotels on Select Hotels of Ireland website. Alternatively call the Central Reservations Office and let their expert staff help you choose the right hotel for you.

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1. Falls Hotel & Spa, Co. Clare

As well as an award-winning spa, swimming pool and fitness centre on site, the Falls Hotel & Spa is ideally situated to explore the Wild Atlantic Way. With the Cliffs of Moher and the lively town of Doolin less than 15 minutes away, a stay at the Falls Hotel & Spa offers the best of both worlds.

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You can also reduce your carbon footprint by staying here, The Falls Hotel & Spa gets its electricity from the river that runs alongside it. Self-Catering apartments are also available, and a kids club runs daily during school holidays.

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2. Malone Lodge & Apartments, Belfast

This Victorian town-house hotel, situated in the Queens University Quarter of Belfast, needs no sales pitch. The luxurious location and intimate atmosphere combine to offer a delightful stay in the heart of Belfast. Visit the Titanic Museum or explore the nearby Causeway Coast and Game of Thrones locations.

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3. Oriel House Hotel, Co. Cork – Part of The Talbot Collection

Complete with a 25-metre pool and leisure centre, a lively bar and bistro, the Oriel House Hotel is one of Cork’s leading 4-star hotels. Located just 10 minutes drive from Cork City, yet within easy access to West Cork, Killarney and the Ring of Kerry, makes it a great choice for business or leisure.

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Families are well catered for two with a kids club operating during school holidays, and plenty of family attractions close by. 

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4. Kilkenny Ormonde, Kilkenny

The Kilkenny Ormonde is practically a landmark in Kilkenny City and is located just minutes away from the Medieval Mile.

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Its brasserie and lively bar attract locals as well as visitors, and it is the only city hotel in Kilkenny that has a leisure centre and spa. A kids club operates during school holidays, making it a great choice for couples and families alike.

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5. Trident Hotel, Kinsale, Cork

Superbly located in the picturesque town of Kinsale, the 75-roomed Trident Hotel has been recently refurbished and now boasts 11 luxury penthouse suites with sea views. Voted as Kinsale’s best place to stay on TripAdvisor, this is a superb choice to enjoy this colourful town.

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If you can manage to tear yourself away from The Gourmet Capital of Ireland – Kinsale – remember you are located on the Wild Atlantic Way, so take time to explore the surrounding countryside. 

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6. Hotel Minella & Leisure Club, Co. Tipperary

Take a trip to Tipp and stay in the 4-star Hotel Minella & Leisure Club. Overlooking the River Suir in Clonmel, this award-winning hotel boasts an AA Rosette for Culinary Excellence for the last 10 years, and is proud to offer many locally produced foods.

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Choose to relax in the hotel and enjoy the swimming pool and leisure centre or explore the countryside and the nearby Suir Blueway. Modern two-storey catering apartments are also available and are ideal for families.

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7. Talbot Stillorgan, Co Dublin – Part of The Talbot Collection

The award-winning Talbot Stillorgan is one of the Talbot Collection Hotels, a group of six 4 star hotels in Ireland. Located close to Dublin’s city centre, you can avail of the free shuttle bus (10 minutes) to Saint Stephen’s Green, or enjoy the nearby coastal towns of Blackrock and Dun Laoghaire.

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You will find many special offers available on the Select Hotels of Ireland website, including kids staying for free, a Dublin Zoo family package, and deals for over 50s.

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8. Knightsbrook Hotel, Spa & Golf Resort, Co. Meath

This multi-award-winning resort hotel has just won Hotel of the Year and Best Hotel Spa Ireland, at the 2019 Hotel Awards Ireland – this must be one of the best 4 star hotels in Ireland. It is situated in the scenic Boyne Valley yet only 35 minutes from Dublin. However, with an 18-hole championship golf Course and a leisure club and spa on site, you may find it difficult to leave. 

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Families are well catered for too with self-catering houses, a kids club and games room on site. Its close proximity to Newgrange, Hill of Tara and Tayto Park are sure to please too. 

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9. Ardilaun Hotel, Galway

Located in a secluded setting, yet only 1km from Galway city centre, the Ardilaun offers the best of both worlds. The spacious gardens provide an ideal choice for an evening stroll, and the choice of award-winning dining options are sure to please. There is a leisure centre, swimming pool and kids club on site and pets are also welcome.

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10. The Dingle Skellig Hotel, Co. Kerry

The Dingle Skellig Hotel is superbly situated overlooking Dingle Bay and is an ideal choice to explore this beautiful peninsula. Drive around Slea Head, take time to see Fungi, the resident dolphin, and catch a traditional music session in one of the many pubs for which Dingle is famous.

4 Star Dingle Skellig Hotel in Ireland

The hotel also has a leisure club, swimming pool, spa, and outdoor hot tub – so if you just want to relax, you can do that too! Rated excellent on TripAdvisor, this is one of the best places to stay in Dingle.

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This post on 4 star hotels in Ireland was sponsored by Select Hotels of Ireland, but all views, as always, are my own.


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The Travel Expert Sarah Slattery


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