Of all the Derry hotels, the City Hotel Derry enjoys one of the most idyllic locations; perched on the banks of the River Foyle and within 5 minutes walking distance of the historic Derry Walls. The City Hotel Derry is perfectly positioned for sightseeing breaks in Derry City. A stay at the hotel guarantees easy access to some of the most remarkable golf courses in Ireland. Explore Derry, Donegal and Antrim, including the Giant’s Causeway, at your leisure. If you tire yourself out, you can always relax, enjoy the craic and a few pints of the black stuff in Coppins Bar or enjoy a beautiful meal in Thompson’s restaurant!
The City Hotel Derry offers 146 stylish, well equipped guestrooms, that provide you with a home away from home when you visit Derry. The City Hotel guestrooms are decorated in a contemporary yet homely style, aimed at letting you unwind on your short break in Derry.
All Guestrooms Feature:
- Wi-Fi Internet Access
- Work Desk
- Tea & Coffee Making Facilities
- Direct Dial Telephones
Thompson’s restaurant is a contemporary, stylish restaurant that is well renowned throughout the city of London Derry. The Thompson’s restaurant is set on the ground floor of our hotel and provides excellent food that is made from only the finest ingredients, and due to this it has quickly established itself as one of Derry’s finest restaurants. The restaurant overlooks the magnificent River Foyle, and it takes its name from Thompson’s Mill, which formerly occupied the site on which the hotel is now built. Set on the banks of the River Foyle Thompson’s restaurant provides breathtaking views of the river whilst you enjoy fine cuisine. There is a wide choice available on the a la carte menu, which combines traditional fayre with a modern Irish twist. So when looking for an excellent place to eat out in Derry, look no further than Thompson’s restaurant at the City Hotel Derry.
Coppin’s Bar is an ideal spot for a drink before or after a meal and holds an excellent reputation with the locals of Derry City. Coppin’s is also perfect for enjoying a light bite with many traditional bar items on its menu. Coppin’s is one Derry’s finest bars, so for night out, enjoy the wide choice of drinks on offer, the lively atmosphere and attentive service that you experience at Coppin’s.
On The Map: Derry City is located close to the northern coast in Northern Ireland. Derry is accessed via the N15/N13 from Donegal (to the southwest) and the A6 from Belfast (to the southeast).
The story of Derry is a long and tumultuous one. Set on a hill on the banks of the Foyle Estuary, strategically close to the open sea, it came under siege and attack for over a thousand years. You can walk along the great 17th-century walls, about a mile round and 18 feet thick, which withstood several sieges and even today are unbroken and complete, with old cannon still pointing their black noses over the ramparts. The great siege lasted for 105 days. Today, there’s an atmosphere of optimism in Derry and the city buzzes with life. It’s an artistic city, with theatres, galleries and other cultural centres and a number of annual festivals. Its people, with their gentle accent, are very welcoming.