Shannon Springs Hotel
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Conveniently located just 5 minutes from Shannon International Airport, The Shannon Springs Hotel is one of the most popular hotels in Shannon and boasts spacious, tastefully decorated bedrooms with all the modern amenities to make you feel at home. Famous for their AA Rosette Award Winning “Old Lodge” Gastro Pub, the friendly atmosphere, and efficient service offer a fantastic dining experience.
Shannon Springs is the perfect gateway to the Wild Atlantic Way. It’s central location lets visitors relax and unwind while not veering too far off the magical voyage.
- Check-in 3pm
- Check-out by 11am
- Free Parking Onsite
- Accessible Parking
- 24-Hour Front Desk
Eat & Drink
- Old Lodge Gastro Pub
- Afternoon Tea
- Kid’s Meals
- Special Dietary Meals (on request)
- Room Service
Work, Play, Relax
- Superfast Free Wi-Fi
- Outdoor Terrace
- Explore The Wild Atlantic Way
- Local Attractions & Activities
- Golf Course (within 2 miles)
Everything You Need At A Glance
Throughout the Hotel
Arrival & Departure
Check In 3pm/ Check Out 11am
Eat & Drink
Choice of Bar & Restaurant
Traditional Afternoon Tea
5 minutes from Shannon Airport
Airport Hotel of the Year 2019 & 2023
Meeting Rooms for 8 – 20 people
Here at 4 star Shannon Springs Hotel we’re the ideal base for that great leisure break in the West of Ireland. Enjoy the sheer magnificence of Ireland’s West coast from stunning headlands and beaches to colourful villages and towns all infused with the history, heritage and tradition of Clare and Galway’s rugged coastline.
Bunratty Castle & Folk Park – 7 minute drive
Built in 1425, Bunratty Castle is the most authentic medieval fortress in Ireland. It contains 15th and 16th-century furnishings, tapestries, works of art that captures the essence of times gone by.
Thomond Park – 18 minute drive
Thomond Park is the home ground of Munster Rugby, one of the most successful and best supported rugby clubs in the world.
King John’s Castle – 22 minute drive
Located at the heart of Limerick’s medieval quarter, step inside the walls of Limerick’s most iconic landmark! Discover the stories of ruthless King John, the noble knights, and rebellious natives.
Cliffs Of Moher – 54 minute drive
The Cliffs of Moher are Ireland’s most visited natural attraction on the Wild Atlantic Way, with a magical vista that captures the hearts of up to one million visitors every year.