Glenlo Abbey Hotel & Estate, Galway re-opens on June 2nd with a number of new additions including new boutique spa (Glo Spa & Wellness)
FABULOUS FIVE-STAR FINESSE AT GLENLO!
Ease back into luxury travel with a summer stay at the magnificent Glenlo Abbey Hotel & Estate, Galway
Making one’s own bed and cooking morning, noon and night will become a distant memory come June 2nd as hotels re-open for guests to stay, relax and enjoy being waited on hand on foot. It will certainly be a shock to the system, so it is imperative that you choose a destination offering luxury that is delivered with a friendly and unintrusive touch. Tread softly and ease your way west, to the safe embrace of the 5-star, Glenlo Abbey Hotel & Estate, Galway.
The team at Glenlo Abbey Hotel & Estate had been busy bees during lockdown, completing renovations including, refurbishment of The Tapestry, The Ffrench Room, and The Abbey. Along with numerous new additions such as, a new eatery in the form of Palmers Bar & Kitchen, adding new bedrooms (73 now in total to include 6 impressive suites) and a glorious new boutique spa (Glo Spa & Wellness) plus investing heavily on the grounds and gardens, including the gorgeous golfing greens. So why not come and see for yourself, enjoy a night or two of unadulterated luxury and take advantage of the indulgent package experiences now available to book online.
This summer the 138-acre lakeside golf estate is offering a selection of experiences including “Summer on the Estate” stays, with a choice or either an overnight or 3-night stay. Ease your way back into the swing of luxury living, with an overnight stay in divine accommodation, dinner aboard the iconic Pullman Restaurant, where the Executive Head Chef, Dominique Majecki will wow you with his innovative, locally sourced Irish cuisine. Enjoy a cooked to order breakfast in the elegant surroundings of The River Room, where you can sit-back, read the paper and enjoy the uninterrupted estate views. In addition, the experience also includes a choice of activity on the grounds of the estate, between 25-minute relaxation treatments in the new Glo Spa & Wellness, a round of Golf or Glenlo’s Classic Afternoon Tea for two. Summer on the Estate package prices from:
1 night €550 per room
3 nights from €1,311 per room.
For those looking to recapture some of the lost milestone moments over the past few months and year, then the “Recapture Magic Moments” package will certainly appeal. Treat your loved one to a celebratory night away in the warm embrace of Glenlo’s friendly team, where they will go out of their way to ensure you have the most memorable stay, with welcome artisan sweet treats, a half bottle of champagne and a bouquet of flowers with personalised celebration message on arrival. The experience also includes a delicious à la carte breakfast in The River Room. Overnight rates from €445 per room.
Back by popular demand, The Pullman Package reigns supreme, offering guests the chance to step back in time to when going to dinner was an art form! With options to stay for one or two nights the package includes luxurious accommodation, 3 course gourmet dining experience aboard The Pullman Restaurant (former carriages of the Orient Express) plus à la carte breakfast the morning after. The Pullman Package rates available from: Overnight experience from €470 per night.
Two-night package from € 820 per room.
All bedrooms include king-size pillow-topped beds, duck-down duvets and Egyptian cotton sheets, each guest room includes superior style bathrooms, inclusive of power showers and The Handmade Soap company amenities, the perfect setting for all vanity needs. Exclusive to all Glenlo Abbey Hotel residents is the Abbey Theatre room, designed with meticulous detail to portray an old-world cinematic experience, that feels like stepping back in time, but with the added joys of modern-day luxury and comfort. In addition, golf, driving range, falconry, on-site horse riding, fishing, estate bicycles and serenity walks can be organised so you can make the most of your experience at Glenlo and the 138 acres.