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The Armagh City Hotel is a great choice whether you are exploring the region as a tourist, visiting the area on business or attending a conference. The hotel boasts all the comforts and facilities you need in a relaxing base and the impressive leisure facilities are a great way to relax after a hard day’s work or a long day spent exploring the area.
The journey time to Belfast is only 45 minutes and Dublin is only 90 minutes away.
The hotel has extensive conference rooms and airy meeting rooms, with a total combined capacity of 1200 delegates. There are also banqueting facilities for up to 680 guests.
Since it first opened its doors to the public in March 2002, the Armagh City Hotel has received a number of awards. Recently, at the prestigious Institute of Hospitality Northern Ireland Janus Awards for professionalism, the hotel was once again recognised. Head chef John Whyte beat off stiff competition to pick up the award for Head Chef – Large Scale. Assistant Bars Manager Henk Compier won the award for Junior Manager, Food & Beverage.
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All of the hotel’s 82 luxury rooms are stylish, spacious and contemporary. The rooms boast sleek modern design and a chic colour scheme. Every room is well equipped, with all the comforts and facilities you need in a restful, relaxing base. Whether you are exploring the region as a tourist, visiting the area on business or attending a conference, the comfortable, peaceful rooms provide a relaxing haven.
Many of the rooms feature views over the County Armagh golf course.
Despite the hotel's ultimate style, executives and tourists alike have expressed and ranked hotel room rates as excellent value for money. Discounts, promotions, and last minute offers are included in hotel room rates of Armagh City.
With its distinguished style the Armagh City will offer you one of the best and ultimate stays you ever experienced. For online reservation please use booking form and experience the hotel's unique distinguished style.
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Armagh is Ireland's oldest city and its ecclesiastical capital. There is plenty to see and do in the city and in the surrounding area, including the city’s 2 cathedrals. Armagh has a Church of Ireland cathedral and a Roman Catholic cathedral, both of which are named after Saint Patrick.
Navan Fort is a large earthwork on the summit of a hill. Navan was known in legend as Emain Macha, ceremonial and spiritual capital of ancient Ulster. The fort is associated with tales of the warrior Cuchulainn. The Navan Centre replicates what the original Navan Fort is thought to have looked like.
Saint Patrick's Trian Visitor Complex offers 3 different exhibitions; The Armagh Story, Patrick’s Testament, and The Land of Lilliput.
Palace Stables Heritage Centre is a wonderfully restored 18th century stable block. The centre was formerly part of the estate belonging to the Archbishops of Armagh right up until the 1970s. This fabulous visitor centre was once a bustle of servants, horses and carriages back in the latter part of the 18th century. Today, you have the opportunity to relive what life was like back in the year 1786.
Armagh’s local theatre, the Market Place Theatre, is situated in the centre of the city and offers lots of shows to suits all ages and tastes.
Armagh Astropark is the home of the city’s famous observatory and planetarium.
You could also visit the Tayto Factory, the home of Tayto crisps. The factory offers a fascinating insight into how the crisps are made and you can watch the process that turns potatoes into crisps.
The city also hosts a number of festivals and events throughout the year, including the John Hewitt Literature Festival, the William Kennedy Piping Festival and The Bard of Armagh, amongst others. It is a city rich in art, music and literature.
executives and tourists alike have expressed and ranked Armagh City as one of the ultimate hotels of its kind and have expressed and ranked the hotel's distinguished style as outstanding.
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In the heart of Armagh, this stylish and contemporary hotel looks out over Ireland's oldest city, with panoramic views over the ancient capital, its quaint streets and its 2 imposing cathedrals.
The Armagh City Hotel offers stylish design, spacious modern accommodation, contemporary comforts and facilities, and impressive amenities. The hotel houses LA Fitness, easily the largest health club in the area, boasting superb leisure facilities. The centre has an indoor swimming pool, a sauna, a spa, a steam room and state-of-the-art gym facilities.
The hotel also boasts a range of excellent options for dining and drinking, including the sleek, modern Friary Restaurant and the Callan Lounge bar. The Balcony is the hotel’s outdoor dining and refreshment venue with views over the rugby and golf clubs. Live music is on offer every Friday, Saturday and Sunday night on the Balcony or in the Callan Lounge, and there are traditional live music sessions every Monday night.
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