The Glasshouse is Sligo’s only four-star city centre hotel, towering dramatically over the Garravogue river it offers the discerning traveller chic interiors, great city views and proximity to all downtown Sligo has to offer.
Shaped like a ship in dock, the hotel’s glass exterior can be seen from afar, inside the quirky interiors are equally as impressive.
All 116 spacious bedrooms equipped with everything guests would expect in a superior hotel.
The Glasshouse has a restaurant serving breakfast, lunch and dinner. There is also a bar/lounge where guests can enjoy drinks after a long day. 24-hour room service is available.
The Glasshouse combines functionality and design offering a unique city centre conference and meeting venue.
Year renovated: 2012.
Number of floors: 11.
Number of rooms: 116.
The energetic and vibrant atmosphere of the hotel extends to its 116 spacious bedrooms, each features a large window with gossamer curtains that give a colourful hue.
Riverview rooms enjoy a jaw dropping view of the Garravogue River and some feature balconies.
Room types: standard rooms, superior rooms, deluxe rooms, junior suites.
All children under 10 years stay free of charge when using existing beds.
All children under two years stay free of charge for cots.
All older children or adults are charged EUR 30 per night per person for extra beds.
Maximum capacity of extra beds in a room is one.
Maximum capacity of baby cots in a room is two.
Breakfast is served from 7am to 10am in the Kitchen restaurant, serving fruit salads, juices, muesli and a wide selection of breads and pastries. Famous Irish breakfast is also available.
The ground floor Café Bar is a lively spot serving an all day food menu.
The View Bar is a Manhattan style lounge on the first floor, enjoying magnificent views of the city and the crushing weir of the Garravogue river.
A continental breakfast is served at the price of EUR 12.50 per person per night.
The hotel offers a buffet breakfast at the price of EUR 12.50 per person per night.
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