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New look bedrooms and upgrades as part of Limerick Strand Hotel extension

Award-winning four-star hotel, the Limerick Strand is set to extend as part of their Limerick Strand Hotel extension.

New look bedrooms and upgrades as part of Limerick Strand Hotel extension

The four-star, multi-award-winning Limerick Strand Hotel, has completed a €300,000-bedroom refurbishment programme, upgrading 60 contemporary bedrooms and 13 suites as part of their new Limerick Strand Hotel extension. They also have announced a €3.3 million development plan that will see a further increase in the current bedroom count, with an additional 20 bedrooms in 2019.

The Limerick Strand Hotel is an award-winning four-star hotel ideally located on O’Callaghan Strand in the heart of Limerick City Centre. With stunning vistas of The River Shannon and a birds-eye view of every landmark in the historical city, the Limerick Strand Hotel is the ideal venue for both business and pleasure trips.




Executive Head Chef, Tom Flavin and his culinary team pride themselves in serving the finest quality of Irish and international cuisine, with an emphasis on fresh, seasonal produce with all the food traceable and where possible with an emphasis on using locally produced products. With incredible conference and banqueting facilities, the Limerick Strand is the preferred venue for weddings, events, and meetings.

The Energize Health Centre is the top spot in Limerick to boost your fitness levels or simply enjoy laid-back leisure. Energize boasts not one but four pools, including a 20-meter swimming pool, sauna, and jacuzzi.

The Limerick Strand hotel is part of the Irish owned and managed MHL Hotel Collection, which is a collection of unique and individual hotels in key city and resort locations throughout Ireland, who are committed to delivering exceptional hospitality and facilities to all our guests.
In Dublin, the collection offers the 5* Westin Hotel, the Spencer Hotel, the Morgan Hotel, the Trinity City Hotel as well as the 5* InterContinental Hotel, the Hilton Dublin and the Beacon Hotel. And in Galway, the MHL Hotel Collection recently acquired The Galmont Hotel and Spa (formerly known as the Radisson Blu Galway) to join its Harbour Hotel and Glenlo Abbey Hotels in Galway City. See for further details

Following on from the initial refurbishment of the bedrooms and suites, they have spent over €400,000 in 2017 on capital expenditure and another planned €425,000 in 2018.

Limerick Strand Hotel extension

The Limerick Strand Hotel extension is set to be complete by 2019.

The new look contemporary bedrooms and suites have been furnished and renovated to the highest standards working with many local businesses including Limerick’s Abbey Owney who were commissioned to make the beautiful, contemporary bespoke furniture and Conroy Curtains Ltd. who made the curtains and voiles using a rich tapestry of fabrics with a colour palette of teal and soft golds to suites and a mixture of yellow, greys and cappuccino for the contemporary bedrooms. Wall colours are contemporary greys with wallpaper in suites from Vescom, shades, and lights plus the silk shares in suites all from Irish lighting experts Hicken Lighting. Interior Designer, Deirdre O’Donnellan commissioned paintings of local landmarks to complement the rooms interior colours.

Stefan Lundstrom, General Manager of the hotel commented, “We continually invest in upgrading the hotel, we must do this in order to stay in front. This year will see an even larger investment in our facilities as Limerick is becoming a vibrant business and social hub and the development plans will really help boost the local economy and create employment opportunities.”


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