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Breakfast is served in Stir Restaurant Monday to Friday from 7am to 10am and Saturday, Sunday & Bank Holidays from 8am to 11am. Grain & Grill serves coffees and pastries from 10am daily. Carvery from 12.30pm to 2.30pm and there is a full bar food menu available until 9.30pm.
It depends on what package you book with us. We offer both a room only and a bed & breakfast rate on our hotel website. If you book a room only rate you can always add on breakfast on your arrival.
Yes, Maldron Hotel Limerick has 12 dedicated meeting rooms catering from 2-50 people. All meeting rooms are fully equipped with AV, natural daylight, still and sparkling water on the tables and an on-hand meeting specialist to make sure your meeting takes off without a hitch. Contact a member of our events team on +353 (0)61 436 100 to get more information or to book a meeting room.
Yes, Maldron Hotel Limerick is pleased to offer complimentary WiFi in all public areas and bedrooms.
Yes, Maldron Hotel Limerick has car parking facilities both outside of the Hotel and also secure underground car-parking – all free of charge.
Monday to Friday from 7am to 9.45pm
Saturday, Sunday & Bank Holidays from 8am to 8.45pm
Childrens opening hours: Monday to Sunday from 9am to 7pm
Children are designated as between 2 and 12 years of age. Children over 12 will be charged as an adult.
Maldron Hotel Limerick offers free cancellation up to 2pm on the day of arrival for almost all reservations made on maldronhotels.com or maldronhotellimerick.com. Some special offers and key dates may specify a special cancellation policy, these will be clearly outlined in the terms & conditions.
Reservations booked via on third party websites and online travel agents have their own cancellation policies. In this case, please refer to your confirmation email.
Bookings require a credit card for guarantee only unless otherwise stated. No cash payment is allowed for bookings, we only take payment via credit card with photographic ID. For some special offers and specific dates, full payment is required at time of booking but these terms will be outlined in the special offer terms & conditions. Please note that no rooms will be let unless payment is guaranteed.
Maldron Hotel Limerick is located just outside of Limerick city centre. It takes approximately 20 minutes to get into the city centre. A taxi ride will approximately cost €8 one way. Please ask our reception staff who will be delighted to provide you with more information.
Sporting highlights such as European Cup matches, Guinness PRO14, the Great Limerick Run held during the May Bank Holiday Weekend. Limerick Greyhound Stadium, the Famous Pig ‘n’ Porter Tag Rugby Festival, Limerick Horse Racing and the University of Limerick Sports Arena, make Limerick a must city to visit for any sporting enthusiast.
Maldron Hotel Limerick is ideally located to access all that the Shannon region has to offer. With direct access to all major road networks, the hotel puts all attractions at easy reach. Visit the Hunt Museum in the city centre, the People Park, King Johns Castle and an array of local bars, restaurants and clubs.
Further afield, and within 20 minutes of the hotel lies Bunratty Castle and Folk Park. Foynes Flying Boat Museum and Adare Heritage Centre are other options to consider.
The hotel is a 7-minutes drive away from the Crescent Shopping Centre, one of the biggest and most successful shopping centres outside of Dublin. The centre offers 37,000m2 of retail space including clothing stores, restaurants, a cinema, a public library as well as offices of Limerick county council. Moreover, there are over 2000 free car parking spaces both around the centre and in underground car parks.
The hotel is located approximately a 10-minute drive from the University and the University Concert Hall.
Maldron Hotel Limerick is located approximately a 15-minute drive from Thomond Park, the home of Munster rugby.
The Wild Atlantic Way is one of the worlds most breathtaking coastlines along the West of Ireland, stretching along the Atlantic coast from Donegal to West Cork. It is defined as the longest coastal drive in the world and home to soaring mountains, scenic harbours, stunning beaches, historical attractions, majestic cliffs and lush green forests. You can explore the Wild Atlantic Way by car, foot, bike or bus. An adventure you will always remember.
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