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Celebrations on the double as Killeshin Hotel pick up two prestigious awards

Killeshin Hotel Award

The champagne is flowing at the Killeshin Hotel this week where two prestigious awards have been picked up.

The Travellers Choice Awards from TripAdvisor selected The Killeshin as being in the Top 10% of Hotels in the World based on customer reviews.

The hotel also picked up a mention in the Ireland Guide having been signalled out for its outstanding food offering.

The popular Guide said the hotel was a particular favourite with families.

“Owned by Pat McDonagh, of Supermac’s and the So Hotels Group, this family-friendly 4-star midlands venue is a place where you’ll find excellent service from friendly staff, tasty food and comfortable modern rooms. A good staycation base to explore Ireland’s Hidden Heartlands.”

The General Manager at the Killeshin Hotel, Philip Peake, said the awards were testament to the hard work of the team there.

“We are delighted we have received these awards and they are a fantastic recognition for our hard-working and dedicated team,” said Philip.

“We would like to thank all of our guests who left such positive reviews following their stay at the hotel.

“It means the world to the whole team to know that our guests have enjoyed their time with us.

“We are looking ahead to a busy summer season hosting family celebrations, weddings as well as new and returning guests.’

The Killeshin Hotel is located on the Dublin Road in Portlaoise and is a long-established business hotel in the region.

It joined the Só Hotels Group in 2015 which also includes the Castletroy Park Hotel, the Charleville Park Hotel, the Castle Oaks House Hotel, the LoughRea Hotel and Spa and the Athlone Springs Hotel. It is ideally located at the edge of Portlaoise.

It is 40 years in business and the Killeshin has 88 bedrooms and has a superb reputation for service excellence.

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