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Limerick welcomes luxury Radisson SAS hotel to the city

Radisson SAS<.> Hotels & Resorts is enhancing its commitment to the Irish market, with the opening of…

Radisson SAS<.> Hotels & Resorts is enhancing its commitment to the Irish market, with the opening of a property in Limerick, Southern Ireland. Formerly known as the Limerick Inn, one of the leading conference hotels in the area, the property has undergone a MEUR 22 refurbishment, offering 154 state-of-the-art stylish guest rooms.



The hotel is situated just 10 minutes from the city centre and approximately 20 kilometers from Shannon International Airport, serviced by several key carriers from the UK, such as British Airways, Ryan Air and Aer Lingus.



The 154-room hotel, including 20 Business Class rooms, 4 Junior and 2 Superior Suites, continues its tradition of offering full service conference facilities with six fully refurbished meeting rooms, the largest accommodating up to 500 people, and a banqueting area seating up to 350 guests.



The Radisson SAS Hotel in Limerick is fully equipped for the perfect short break, surrounded by a city steeped in history and traditional Irish culture. It offers the best health and leisure facilities in Limerick. With a sauna and steam room, it also features an extensive range of spa and beauty treatments, as well as a fully equipped gym, aerobics studio and indoor pool. Set in acres of landscaped gardens, the property has two tennis courts and a children’s adventure playground.



Dine in the 120 cover Porters restaurant, serving both local and international cuisine, or enjoy a drink in the essential Irish Herons Pub!



Limerick, the capital of the Shannon region was chosen as a key destination because of its popularity as a commercial and industrial centre. As part of the Shannon Trade-Free Zone, the area provides employment to over 6,000 in the electronics, aerospace and equipment manufacturing sectors.



Kurt Ritter, President & CEO for Rezidor SAS Hospitality, comments: Limerick also offers a wealth of attractions to the leisure traveler and is known as the ‘rugby’ capital of Ireland, as well as being a popular choice for golf, hurling and horse-racing.



This is Radisson SAS’ fourth property in Ireland. The company currently manages first class hotels in Dublin and Galway and is also looking into further ventures in the Irish market, including the opening of a hotel in Letterkenny by the end of 2003.

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