The Waterford Marina Hotel

Waterford is the perfect place to be based if you’re planning to explore Ireland’s Ancient East. Waterford is a vibrant city with great shopping, culture and nightlife and is close to the counties of Wexford, Kilkenny, Carlow and Tipperary – when visiting there is no better place in Waterford to be staying than in the Waterford Marina Hotel. Ideally situated in the heart of the city, the Waterford Marina Hotel is a haven of peace and tranquility overlooking the banks of the River Suir.

This beautiful, affordable hotel is easily accessible from Waterford train and bus stations and offers free parking and WIFI. The hotel is perfect for business trips, with conference room facilities available if required. It’s also the perfect place for a family getaway, with spacious family rooms available, as well as a range of wheelchair accessible rooms.

Their beautiful Waterfront Bar and Restaurant overlooks the River Suir making this the perfect place to relax after a long day exploring the city and beyond. They offer a range of delicious dishes at very affordable prices with live music and entertainment every weekend provided by local musicians. They also operate a loyalty card that enables the visitors to enjoy every tenth main course in the bar complimentary.

The hotel is just a short walk from the historic Viking Triangle which is one of the cornerstones of the Ancient East. This charming quarter of the city dates back to the year 914 and is full of cultural and heritage attractions. Waterford Crystal Visitors Centre, the Medieval Museum and Bishop’s Palace Georgian Museum can all be found here. Reginald’s Tower is Ireland’s oldest civic building and once formed the apex of the original Viking settlement. These days it houses some of the greatest Viking treasures in Ireland, including the Kite Brooch and the Viking Warrior’s sword.

Waterford is a popular spot for group getaways and the Waterford Marina Hotel is ideally located near a whole host of activities such as Suir River Cruises, Traditional sailing experience on the Brian Boru, Dunmore East Adventure Centre, Oceanics Surf School, Activate and Kingfisher, the new Deise Greenway is the disused Waterford to Dungarvan Railway which has now been converted into a world class 45 kilometre greenway, Tramore Races, Kilcohan Park Greyhound Stadium and much more.

Whether it’s business or pleasure, a trip to Waterford is always something to look forward to and there is no better place to stay than the Waterford Marina Hotel on the banks of the River Suir.

www.waterfordmarinahotel.com

 

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