Missed Moments in 2020? Claim them back...
That’s tough on those who celebrated special birthdays, anniversaries or family events this year. However here at the Connacht Hotel its not too late to celebrate those missed moments.
While we continue to navigate uncertain times its hard to predict what the future holds in terms of socialising, for now large gathering and parties seem to be a thing of the past. That’s tough on those who celebrated special birthdays, anniversaries or family events this year. However here at the Connacht Hotel its not too late to celebrate those missed moments.
You can make new memories which will last a lifetime with a trip to Glaway. Mark your special occasion with a stay in The Connacht Hotel. We have fantastic offers where you can enjoy an overnight stay with breakfast in bed, prosecco and chocolates in the room on arrival and a three course dinner in the newly refurbished Rubens Restaurant.
An offering that is running here in the Connacht Group that has proven very popular with those coming to the city to celebrate is our Dine Around offering which takes the stress out of booking a night out and allows you to enjoy 3 delicious course in three of Galway’s most popular bars, 1520 Bar, An Pucan and Hyde Bar.
Galway has lots happening this winter with the Galway International Arts Festival and the reimagined Galway 2020 the city will have plenty to see and do over the coming months. Galway is widely regarded as a gastronomic haven for food lovers so it’s always a treat to have a night out in the city of the tribes.
So check out available dates and start making up for Missed Moments here in the Connacht HotelNaturally the hospitality industry in this country has seen significant decrease in business due to the lack of international tourists however the government have put an incentive in place to help boost the Irish Tourism industry. The “staycation voucher” will offer an incentive to Ireland’s residents, promoting domestic travel into those areas usually frequented by tourists. A tax refund of up to €125 will be offered to consumers who spend around €600 on accommodation, food or non-alcoholic beverages.
The government is hoping that this rebate will encourage people to travel across the country rather than abroad and help out the struggling hospitality industry at home. It is expected that the voucher will remain valid from this autumn until April of next year.
Hopefully this voucher will help people to have the opportunity to get out and see more of the country this year and to help stimulate the local economy and create long lasting memories in the fantastic Irish hotels and restaurants.