The Savoy Hotel is not the largest hotel in the city, but it is one of the most luxurious and scores highly where service is concerned.
Although starkly modern from the street, the interior of this Limerick hotels gentler with warm colours and a mixture of styles the tone is set in the entrance, where an elegant brass-railed staircase suggestive of old-fashioned hospitality rises from a mainly crisply contemporary lobby, and friendly staff immediately do everything possible to make guests feel at home.
Mainly aimed at the business guest, spacious warm-toned and very comfortably furnished rooms have broadband (free wi/fi is available throughout the hotel), a spacious work desk and chair, desk level power sockets, voice mail, safe and complimentary newspaper in addition to all the usual in-room facilities.
Other features of the hotel are of equal interest to business and leisure guests, including terraced gardens with views of the city and the River Shannon; Savoy Aqua and Fitness club, with swimming pool, Jacuzzi and spa treatments; and the very pleasant Savoy Bar on the ground floor, which reflects the site’s previous life as a cinema.
The Savoy Restaurant is open for all meals and light food is also available throughout the day in the Liszt Lounge. The highly regarded chef Bryan McCarthy (formerly at Springfort Hall, Co Cork) joined the team in spring 2013.