Clayton Hotel, Limerick

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The Clayton Hotel Limerick
Clarion Hotel On Steamboat Quay.jpg
Clayton Hotel Limerick viewed from Steamboat Quay.
General information
Location Steamboat Quay, Limerick
Coordinates 52°39′36.72″N 8°38′16.72″W / 52.6602000°N 8.6379778°W / 52.6602000; -8.6379778
Opening July 2002
Owner Clayton Hotels
Management Clayton Hotels
Technical details
Floor count 17
Other information
Number of rooms 158
Number of suites 3
Number of restaurants 2 + 1 Bar

Clayton Hotel Limerick (formerly the Clarion Hotel) is a 17-storey hotel located beside the River Shannon on Steamboat Quay in Limerick. Part of the Dalata Hotel Group,[1] the hotel was built in 2002 at a cost of €20 Million.[2]


The Clayton Hotel in Limerick City is a 4 star hotel[3] and is currently Ireland's tallest hotel.[3] It rises 187 ft above Limerick making it the 2nd tallest building in Limerick after Riverpoint and the 13th tallest storied building on the island of Ireland. The hotel has 158 riverside rooms, 3 suites and a penthouse. The penthouse, situated on the highest living floor, has views of the city. The hotel also has a gym, a 12-metre pool, sauna, steam room and a restaurant.

View of Clayton Hotel from bridge

See also[edit]


  1. ^ "Clayton Hotels Official Website". Clayton Hotel. 9 November 2017. Retrieved November 9, 2017. 
  2. ^ "New €20 Million hotel for Limerick". Innsight. 21 February 2011. Retrieved February 21, 2011. 
  3. ^ a b "Clayton Hotel Official Website". Clayton Hotel. 17 June 2010. Retrieved January 17, 2010. 

Coordinates: 52°39′36.72″N 8°38′16.72″W / 52.6602000°N 8.6379778°W / 52.6602000; -8.6379778