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Radisson Blu Hotel and Spa

Surrounded by the wild and beautiful countryside of Rosses Point, just 3km from Sligo's city centre, the Radisson Blu Hotel and Spa Sligo offers a scenic Irish getaway.

Business travellers will find Finisklin Business Park just minutes away, while leisure travellers can enjoy the many galleries, local pubs, and stunning natural landmarks that inspired the poets WB Yeats and his brother, Jack B Yeats. This Sligo hotel fuses rugged countryside settings and old world charm with dynamic design to create the perfect country retreat. With state of the art spa and leisure facilities, guests can unwind in a tranquil haven set against the stunning scenery that defines Northwest Ireland.

Radisson Blu Hotel and Spa offers 132 chic rooms and suites equipped with high quality amenities such as Vogue mattresses from Respa.

The Classiebawn Restaurant features the very best of local produces and serves eclectic dishes alongside spectacular views of Sligo Bay. Waves Bar is the perfect place to relax after a long day with a drink and a light meal.

Solas Spa and Wellness Centre is the ultimate in pampering experiences and offers seven creatively designed treatment rooms, balneotherapy, a dry flotation tank and an impressive thermal suite featuring a Razul.

Radisson Blu Hotel and Spa additionally boasts 11 meeting and events rooms and is perfect for hosting weddings, cocktail parties and conferences.

This hotel’s location between the historic city centre and Rosses Point makes exploring easy. Perfect for outdoor enthusiasts, the Radisson Blu Hotel and Spa in Sligo is ideal for day trips to popular attractions like Benbluben Mountain and Lough Gill. Rosses Point, a quiet coastal village just minutes from the hotel, is renowned for some of the best golfing in Ireland, while Strandhill village is a popular surfing destination. Hotel guests enjoy a variety of options; from local pubs and historic attractions to hiking and surfing, northwest Ireland offers something for every type of traveller.

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