Win a luxury break for two in the beautiful Clayton Hotel |


Win a luxury break for two in the beautiful Clayton Hotel

The wonderful team at Clayton Hotel are offering one lucky winner and their guest a luxurious stay in a fabulous Riverview room in Irelands Tallest Hotel. As well as your ultra relaxing room, you will both be treated to a delicious four course evening meal on the night of your choice in the Grill Bar and Restaurant.

Located on Steamboat Quay, Limerick the 17-storey Clayton Hotel Limerick combines architectural mastery with warm interiors and exceptional service. The 158 beautifully designed bedrooms are decorated in rich, warm autumnal tones offering luxury and comfort abounding with special touches including Clayton signature beds and stunning views of the River Shannon.

The Grill Bar and Restaurant serves locally sourced food including flame grilled selections. Dine in style in this chic space surrounded by floor to ceiling glass walls. For a lighter bite indulge in a hand crafted coffee and speciality teas with freshly baked snacks throughout the day in the Red Bean Roastery.

Whatever way you choose to keep fit, whatever advice or instruction you need, you’ll find it at Club Vitae leisure centre where guests can enjoy access to the 12 metre indoor heated swimming pool, Jacuzzi, gym, steam room and sauna.

Strategically located in Limerick city centre on the banks of the river Shannon, just five minutes drive from the M7/ M8 motorway, Clayton Hotel Limerick is the ideal stopover choice for visitors on business or leisure in Limerick off ering the perfect base for exploring local attractions, shopping and nightlife.

To be in with a chance to win, simply answer the following question: How many bedrooms does the Clayton Hotel hold?

Send you answers along with your name to before Friday October 25. The lucky winner will be notifi ed on Monday 28 October.

This article appears in the 358 Issue of GCN

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This article appears in the 358 Issue of GCN