Discover a warm welcome in a hotel that takes pride of place in the social and business life of the community in the heart of Limerick City. The Limerick Strand Hotel stands proudly along the banks of the River Shannon with free-flowing views. The hotel’s bedrooms are contemporary in style, generous in size, with handsome furnishings and fittings. The hotel offers complimentary 100mb high speed internet access through out all public areas and bedrooms. There is an on site car park at the hotel with over 200 spaces, which is chargeable at a reduced rate of €6 per 24 hours for residents. The hotel reception team will be happy to assist you in booking local attractions, making dinner reservations and purchasing tickets for any local event.
Guest accommodation at The Limerick Strand Hotel are focused on your modern living needs. Comfort embraces you; panoramic views of city and river can be yours to enjoy. The hotel bedrooms are contemporary in style, generous in size, with handsome furnishings and fittings.
All Guestrooms Feature:
Executive Chef Tom Flavin focuses on surpassing the expectations of our guests by using the freshest local ingredients. Meats, fish, fruits, dairy produce and vegetables are produced locally in abundance and you can sample them in either our award winning River Restaurant or our highly-popular and welcoming Terrace Bar & Cafe. They enjoy the best views in Limerick with glass walls allowing you to enjoy the River Shannon flowing majestically by.
The Terrace Cafe:
A favourite for the working lunch with local business people and a popular meeting point throughout the day. Our resident Pastry chef is proud of his daily display of delicious home made pastry and dessert selection, all of which are available for take away! The riverside Terrace Café offers a relaxing area to enjoy the fantastic views of Limerick City and watch the world go by.
Afternoon Tea is specially prepared in-house by executive chef Tom Flavin and team using the finest of their artisan “Secret Ingredient” range. Raise your little finger and nibble from a three-tiered platter of exquisitely prepared sandwiches, scones, homemade desserts served alongside a range of teas and coffee.
The Terrace Bar:
The perfect location right in the heart of Limerick city centre. Sample something from the cocktail menu or a glass of wine or beer from an extensive international selection. An extensive bar menu offers a wide range of dining options matched with an extensive list of wines by the glass. Scrumptious snacks, light bites and hearty dishes service throughout the day.
On the Map: Limerick City is located in County Limerick in the southwest of Ireland. Limerick is well served by a continually improving network of roads – The M7/N7 from Dublin (to the east), N20 from Cork (to the south) and M18/N18 from Galway (to the north).
Founded in 922 by the Danes, who sailed up the Shannon Estuary and built a settlement on an island here, Limerick is the Republic’s third-largest city, after Dublin and Cork. It became the seat of the O’Briens, Kings of Thomond and Munster, under Brian Boru. The Normans, arriving in 1194, established two walled towns, Englishtown and Irishtown, and granted Limerick its royal charter as a city – which makes its charter older than London’s. Limerick’s central location makes it a great base for exploring the neighboring counties of Clare, Kerry, Cork and Tipperary.