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Clarion Hotel Limerick

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Steamboat Quay, Limerick, IE

  • Phone: (353) 61 444100
  • Fax: (353) 61 444101
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4.0 out of 5 (49 reviews)
67% of guests recommend this hotel

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»Economy Taxis

This company offers taxi services at rates that are easy on the pocket. It is what an average tourist or passenger looks for. Simply call them and you will have their cab waiting for you almost immediately. With skilled drivers behind the wheel, you are bound to have a pleasant journey.

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With a history of battles and sieges, Limerick has come a long way to become of of the most visited cities in the Republic of Ireland. Major landmarks like the St. John's Cathedral and Riverpoint are a must-visit for tourists for the sheer architectural splendor they exude. The city is also popular for being abuzz with many art and literary fests the year round. And that's not all. Quaint boutiques, cozy dining spots and vibrant nightclubs also find a place in the very happening city of Limerick.


»Boots Chemist

Boots has recently made an appearance in the Irish high street, but its brand of quality and value has proved very popular indeed. Boots offers a wide range of beauty products, toiletries and home and medical products. Beauticians are on hand to advise you on products and the pharmacy dispenses prescription drugs. There is also a wide range of homeopathic products on offer. Boots also has a great collection of gift ideas, from toiletry gift bags to aromatherapy collections. Many of the products are Boots own brand. A soak in the bath with their Natural Collection range is a great way to luxuriate.

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»Ballinacurra Taxi Service

Operating from Limerick is the famous Ballinacurra Taxi Service taxi company. With a large fleet of vehicles, it provides general pickups and drops. The with well-trained and skilled drivers and customer service agents are part of what makes this company so well known.

72 Ballinacurra Gardens


Smyth's is one of the best known toy stores in Ireland; there is a Smyth's store in all the major cities in the country. Everything from the traditional jigsaw to the latest computer games is featured here. There is also a section for babies, which stocks all the 'must haves' for the new arrival's first learning experiences; an extensive selection of distracting play mobiles is also available.

Childers Road Retail Park

»Ryan's Pharmacy

Ryan's Pharmacy provides a range of products and services for the customer. As well as filling prescriptions, they sell an extensive range of health care and beauty products. Qualified assistants are on hand to give advice when required. The photographic service is efficient and prompt. Overall this store is convenient and very accessible.

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»University Arena

An integral part of student lives at University of Limerick, University Arena is the biggest sports complex in the city. Playing host to everything sporty, from football matches to races, competitions to numerous training programs, this arena features the most awaited games of the season. Encompassing all amenities for indoor and outdoor sports, this large space spans a vast pool, a well-facilitated track and separate training spaces and pitches for a wide array of sports. Apart from a well-equipped arena, it is the enthusiasm of the crowds and the lively ambiance during game nights, that adds upto the overall magnetism of this place.

Plassey Park Road, Castletroy


Castleconnell is an ideal retreat away from the hustle and bustle of city life. Head to this quaint little village that boasts of an idyllic pastoral setting for your next vacation or simply attend on of the cultural festivals that are held here. The sleepy little hamlet looks like it's picked out of a magical fairy tale. Go fishing or simply nestle in the arms of mother nature as you take in the verdant lushness that overwhelms your senses. Call the tourist office in Limerick for more details.

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»Atlantic AirVenture

The human discovery of flight was one of the pivotal innovations that has come to shape the human world of today. It is no wonder that flight or aviation is a topic of interest for many people, especially children, who are completely fascinated by the prospect of being in the air, flying alongside birds, lost in the elements. The Atlantic AirVenture recognizes the intrigue of flight that children have, and thus offer various activities and attractions that are sure to capture the attention of any curious inquisitor. They have flight simulation, an aviation museum, and also an education center that answers questions and teaches kids as well as adults about aviation. See the website or call to plan your visit.

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»Shannon International Airport

Shannon International Airport is located close to the village of Bunratty. It is ideally situated as it is adjacent to major roads to both Limerick and Galway. The airport operates transatlantic, European and national routes. Among the airlines who use Shannon are Aer Lingus, Aeroflot, British Airways, Ryanair, Continental, Delta, Royal Jordanian, Pakistan International and Virgin Express. The airport is home to Shannon Duty Free shopping, for those taking transatlantic flights, where you can avail of low priced products ranging from perfume, liquor, tobacco, linen, books and jewellery. Many of the items on sale are Irish-made. The airport has a restaurant, 'The Lindberg Room'. It is named after the pioneer of transatlantic travel Charles Lindberg. It offers good food and great value for money.

Airport Road

»Shannon International Airport

Gateway to the West, Shannon International Airport is Ireland's second largest airport. Originally conceived as an essential refueling stop for transatlantic traffic, it has lost some of its stature in recent years with modern jets heading for Dublin. It is small and easy to negotiate with a decent range of services. A bank, ATM, post office, left luggage, newsagent and tourist information office are located within the terminal building, operating under normal business hours. VIP rooms and an executive lounge are also available. Shannon Airport has good parking facilities that are close to the terminal building. Short-term parking is only a few steps away.Public transport in the west of Ireland is a hit-and-miss business with Shannon being no exception.

Airport Road

»St Columba's Church, Ennis

St Columba's Church, affiliated to the Church of Ireland, is an old-world structure situated in the pleasant cityscape of Ennis. The Church was originally constructed for the local Drumcliffe parish, and is an exemplar of the Gothic Revival architectural style. This Anglican Church features several memorials pertaining to the cataclysmic World War I.

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