MON - FRI 9AM - 5PM | SAT 10AM - 4PM
This high-end hotel in the town centre is a 4-minute walk from both Killarney train station and the edge of Killarney National Park.
Understated rooms come with marble bathrooms, flat-screen TVs and free Wi-Fi. Refined 1- and 2-bedroom suites add separate living rooms with fireplaces; some also have steam showers and kitchens.
Parking is complimentaryThere's a genteel restaurant with chandeliers and a walk-in wine cellar. Afternoon tea is served in a library, and there's also a gym.MORE ABOUT THE HOTEL
Bed and Breakfast (2 nights)
Built in 1992, the 5-star Killarney Park Hotel is just a 5-minute walk from the Killarney Train Station. This family-run hotel boasts an indoor pool and spa, an award-winning restaurant and elegant rooms with free WiFi.
The spacious, air-conditioned rooms at the Killarney Park all have either city or countryside views. They feature plasma-screen TVs, DVD players and fluffy bathrobes and slippers. Half of the bedrooms are luxurious Premium, Signature and Suites with bespoke furnishings, separate sitting areas and built-in gas fireplaces.
The award-winning Park Restaurant offers informal gourmet dining whilst the cosy Garden Bar has a bistro-style menu. Afternoon tea is served daily beside the open log fires. There is a terrace with a heated section that seats up to 30 people and an open area for over 40 guests. The terrace features an outdoor bar and a barbecue pit offering delicious steaks and burgers.
The Spa features Eve Lom and Elemis treatments. The Health & Fitness Club comes with a Fitness Suite, indoor swimming pool and several other pools at varying temperature. There is complimentary WiFi throughout the hotel.
There is a wide range of wonderful day trips including the world-famous Ring of Kerry, the breathtaking Gap of Dunloe, and the 25,000 acres of The Killarney National Park. Muckross House and the traditional farms are only 10 minutes' drive away. The wild and rugged Dingle Peninsula is 1 hour away by car. The Killarney Park Hotel is is a key gateway to the Wild Atlantic Way, a long and beautiful driving route along the west coast of Ireland.