The Maldron Hotel Limerick is ideally located just 20 minutes from Shannon airport.
Some of the many sights within minutes of this Limerick Hotel include the newly renovated King Johns Castle and Thomond Park, home of the legendary Munster Rugby team. Just a short taxi ride from the city centre where will also find an array of bars including the famous Dolan’s Pub playing traditional music 7 nights a week, House Bar and of course and array of shops including Brown Thomas , Debenhams and our famous Milk market.
Just as close to the Maldron Hotel is the famous Crescent shopping centre with stores including Zara, H&M, Next, River Island, Tommy Hilfiger, Shaws and Diesel stores.
Foodies will be spoilt for choice in Limerick. From hearty pub grub to home-grown Irish cooking and an array of ethnic restaurants, there is an abundance of places to choose from. Limerick has a great choice of restaurants, bistros and cafés which are perfect to enjoy a meal, celebrate a special occasion, party or just relax and watch the world go by.
Whether it’s a pint, a cocktail or a cold beer, you’ll find plenty of stylish bars, restaurants, cafes and cosy pubs in Limerick to suit your tastes.
For lively night outs, a quiet few drinks, a trad session or a bit of post match natter, Limerick has it all.
Limerick Race Course
Limerick Racecourse hosts 18 racing fixtures each year during weekends, bank holidays and evening meetings. Just a 10 minute drive from the Maldron Hotel, Limerick racecourse offers the ideal day out for racing enthusiasts as well as family fun, corporate days out and full Stag party and Hen party packages.
The Maldron Hotel offers great overnight accommodation packages in conjunction with Limerick Racecourse and our staff be delighted to organise tickets for you.
General admission tickets can be purchased on the day at the races or in advance. Admission prices vary but please do ask our staff for details.
Night at the Dogs
Limerick Greyhound stadium is the ultimate destination for a night out in Limerick.
Each race night, enjoy 10 fast paced races that take place every 15 minutes. Racing takes place on Friday and Saturday nights. The stadium opens at 6.45 pm and the first race is at approx. 7.45 pm. Limerick Greyhound stadium is the ideal night out for race lovers, corporate nights out, Hen nights, Stags or a fun night out with friends.
The Maldron Hotel Limerick is delighted to offer special overnight accommodation to anyone visiting Limerick Greyhound Stadium. A five minute drive from the stadium, the Maldron Hotel is the ideal base for race goers.
The Gaelic Grounds
Home of Limerick Hurling and Limerick Football.
The Gaelic Grounds is home to the Limerick hurling and football teams. The stadium has the largest capacity in Mid-West Region; 24,000 Seated and 25,500 Terraced. The first steps towards creating the grounds are they are today were taken way back in1926. Two years later the grounds officially opened with two junior hurling games. 2004 saw a €12 million project with the opening of two new terraces and a 12,000 capacity stand.The current capacity of the Gaelic Grounds is 49,500 and a trip to Limerick is not complete for any GAA fan without a visit to this area of Limerick.
The Maldron Hotel is the ideal location for those looking for Hotels near the Gaelic grounds Limerick and offers special accommodation rates to all visitors to the Gaelic grounds.
Bunratty Castle & Folk Park
Bunratty Castle & Folk Park is a must on your itinerary to Ireland. This is your chance to experience Ireland’s past and explore the famous 15th century Castle and the 19th century Folk Park
Built back in 1425 the castle was restored in 1954 to its former glory and now contains furnishings, tapestries, and art work from the 15th and 16th century which capture the mood of those times.
Enjoy the sights and sounds, tastes and smells of this enchanting place as you stroll around the Folk Park, from street to street, passing the school and the post office, the doctor’s house and an array of shops. Oh and of course the local pub.
The Maldron Hotel can offer special rates and packages to visitors to Limerick looking for Hotels near Bunratty Castle.
King Johns Castle
This famous castle, originally built in the 13th century was reopened in June 2013, following a multi million euro investment. The brand new visitor centre with state of the art interpretive activities and exhibitions profiles each aspect of the Castles history from its humble beginnings. After your tour of the castle you can visit the café while enjoying the castle views and the River Shannon.
The whole experience of the visit to King Johns Castle has been brought into the 21st Century with computer generated animation, 3D models projections and an activity room. The whole family will love this new interactive experience while traveling through time,
The outside courtyard remains as it did in medieval times with sights and sounds bringing you back to the seventeenth century.
The Castle is a must for any visitor to Limerick, both young and old and the Maldron Hotel is the ideal location for anyone looking for hotels near King Johns Castle.
Closed Dec 24th, 25th & 26th
Mary Immaculate College
Mary Immaculate is a Catholic College of Education and the Arts founded in Limerick back in 1898. It offers a variety of programs at both postgrad and undergraduate level in Education and the Liberal Arts.
Located only 10 minutes from the Maldron Hotel here in Limerick Mary I offer undergraduate and postgraduate degrees in Education, the Arts and early childhood care. For any visitors looking for a Hotel near Mary Immaculate College, the Maldron Hotel offers preferred accommodation rates to staff and visitors. Please contact our staff for further information.
Other attractions in Limerick that all visitors to the city should take time to visit include:
- The Lime Tree Theatre@MIC
- Dolan’s Warehouse, traditional music 7 nights a week
- Belltable Arts Centre
- Limerick City Art Gallery
- Georgian house and Garden
- White House, poetry reading Wednesday nights
- The Hunt Museum
- LIT Millennium Theatre
- University of Limerick Concert Hall
- Irish Chamber Orchestra