There’s some gorgeous spa hotels in Limerick.
From lavish breaks in the magnificent Adare Manor to a weekend of bliss in the brilliant Pery Square, there’s lots to choose from.
In the guide below, you’ll find the best of the bunch, some of which are often overlooked.
Our favourite spa hotels in Limerick
The first section of our guide is packed with what we think are the best spa hotels Limerick has to offer.
Below, you’ll find everywhere from the Woodland House Hotel to one of the most popular hotels in Limerick. Dive on in!
1. No.1 Pery Square Hotel & Spa
Superbly located in the heart of Limerick City overlooking the leafy People’s Park, No. 1 Pery Square is a classy and luxurious boutique hotel with a first-rate spa.
Occupying a terrace of six adjoining townhouses in the Georgian Quarter, the 21 bedrooms have an upscale yet intimate ambience with original fireplaces, cushions and antique furnishings.
The Heritage Spa with its Thermal Suite, Steam Room and Mist Showers are a place of bliss as you relax and rejuvenate with a series of spa treatments.
You can also nab some of the tastiest afternoon tea in Limerick in the hotel’s Drawing Room along with dinner in Sash Restaurant.
2. Adare Manor
Adare Manor goes beyond luxurious with magnificently decorated rooms and staterooms that were the finest in the grand manor in the days of the Earls of Dunraven.
This outstanding country hotel is 18km southwest of Limerick in stunning countryside.
Expect outstanding service and gourmet dining in the Oak Room Restaurant at the hands of experienced Head Chef Michael Tweedie (formerly of Michelin star Gidleigh Park).
But if its the spa you’re here for, you will not be disappointed – it’s one of the finest spa hotels in Ireland, after all!
Treat yourself to a Misneach treatment focusing on mindfulness and breathing or try one of the more traditional massages and beauty therapies in this temple of wellbeing.
3. Fitzgeralds Woodlands House Hotel
This award-winning spa hotel in Limerick has 89 outstanding guest rooms and remains a family-run establishment brimming with warmth and personality.
Located just outside the village of Adare, this chic hotel is accredited by Good Food Ireland and included in Georgina Campbell’s Ireland Guide to Best Places to Stay and Best Places to Eat.
The bistro, restaurant and bar are timeless places to dine but the Revas Spa is the real surprise.
This suite of relaxation and therapy takes you on a journey of relaxation from massages and thermal treatments to hair and beauty. You’ll leave feeling like a new you!
Other very popular Limerick spa hotels
Now that we have what we think are the best spa hotels Limerick has to offer out of the way, it’s time to see what else awaits you!
Below, you’ll find the everything from the excellent Savoy and the hugely popular Radisson to some often overlooked spa hotels in Limerick.
1. The Savoy Hotel Limerick
Few brands are held in higher esteem than The Savoy, and the Limerick Savoy Hotel is no exception.
This chic ultra-modern city hotel overlooks the River Shannon and greets visitors with an all-glass facade on Henry Street. It is surrounded by museums, upscale shops and classy wine bars.
It boasts 107 luxurious bedrooms offering the best night’s sleep with Egyptian cotton sheets, plump mattresses and fluffy pillows.
Dine in the Art Deco Library, a nice contrast to the contemporary guest rooms. Make time to experience the VB Spa, with its professional facials and body treatments in sublime surroundings.
If you’re looking for 5 star spa hotels in Limerick City, look no further.
2. Absolute Hotel Limerick
The four star Absolute Hotel is TripAdvisor’s #1 choice in Limerick and with good reason.
This award-winning hotel overlooks the Abbey River and offers 99 stylish guest rooms with Nespresso coffee machines and original artworks as standard.
Close to Shannon Airport from its Harry’s Mall location, the Absolute makes an excellent base for enjoying fine dining overlooking the river. And the spa?
The independently owned Vanilla Browns Beauty and Treatment Rooms are Absolutely the best with tailored treatments for mind, body and soul.
With 20 years of experience, their half-day retreats revitalise from head to toe.
3. Radisson Hotel and Spa
Ten minutes from Limerick city centre, the Radisson Blu is set in 20 acres of parkland with stunning mountain views.
It’s a haven to relax and experience the best of Irish hospitality. Comfortably designed rooms have restful views of the gardens and beyond.
The Rain Spa and Leisure Club blend fitness, beauty treatment and luxury spa facilities. Enjoy a leisurely massage before savouring award-winning cuisine in the Brasserie Restaurant.
Finish with a nightcap in one of the onsite bars to round off the perfect day.
4. Maldron Hotel & Leisure Centre
The iconic Maldon Hotel is minutes from Limerick city centre and offers superior amenities to guests looking to chill and relax.
Book a spa break and enjoy the fabulous Club Vitae Leisure Centre with its 20m swimming pool and gym. Treatment rooms stand ready for massage and therapy treatments at the hands of experienced therapists.
After that, you’ve earned a delectable dining experience in the Grain and Grill Restaurant before tumbling into bed in one of the plush bedrooms.
Rooms have deep mattresses, trouser press, TV and tea/coffee. Request one with a balcony for courtyard views.
What Limerick spa hotels have we missed?
I’ve no doubt that we’ve unintentionally left out some brilliant spa hotels in Limerick from the guide above.
If you have a place that you’d like to recommend, let me know in the comments below and I’ll check it out!
What are the best spa hotels in Limerick?
In our opinion, it’s hard to beat Fitzgeralds, Adare Manor and No.1 Pery Square.
What are the fanciest Limerick spa hotels?
If you’re after a lavish break, you can’t go wrong with The Savoy or the stunning Adare Manor.
Keith O’Hara has lived in Ireland for 34 years and has spent most of the last 10 years creating what is now The Irish Road Trip guide. Over the years, the website has published thousands of meticulously researched Ireland travel guides, welcoming 30 million+ visitors along the way. In 2022, the Irish Road Trip team published the world’s largest collection of Irish Road Trip itineraries. Keith lives in Dublin with his dog Toby and finds writing in the 3rd person minus craic altogether.