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Midlands Winners at the Irish Hospitality Awards

The Irish Hospitality Awards 2024, celebrate the dedication, skill and customer service of the professionals that work within establishments where excellence is standard. The awards acknowledge those who make a positive difference in this challenging sector, ensuring their customers always receive top services and unforgettable experiences. The winners were announced at a prestigious ceremony held on Monday the 1st of July at The Crowne Plaza Dublin Airport, for a celebration of the hospitality industry.

Midlands Winners

Sports Venue of the Year

Athlone Regional Sports Centre. Athlone RSC is open and accessible to the local community; providing plenty of services, for e.g;

  • Teen Girls Health
  • ExWell Medical
  • Men on the Move
  • Petanque
  • Social Walking Group
  • Walking Soccer
  • Women on the Move

Best Nightclub

Dolan’s Bar / Mojo’s Niteclub (Mullingar)

Best Bar

Farren’s Bar (Malin Head)

Highly Commended went to Peadar’s Bar (Moate)

Boutique Hotel of the Year

The Twelve Hotel (Galway)

Highly Commended went to Annebrook House Hotel (Mullingar)

Casual Dining Restaurant of the Year

The Old Stone House (Roscommon)

Highly Commended went to Gertie Brownes Bar and Bistro (Athlone)

Best Restaurant Team

CaToCa Fine Food & Giftware (Laois). The Emo Court Garden Coffee Shop CaToCa picked up the prestigious award at the Irish Hospitality Awards for the second year in a row.

Best Golf Club

The Royal Dublin Golf Club (Dublin)

Highly Commended went to Portlaoise Golf Club (Portlaoise)

The awards provide a platform to thank and honour those who have contributed to making Ireland a friendly and welcoming place, enhancing the country’s reputation nationally and internationally.

Congratululations all of the Winners & Highly Commended recipients on their incredible accomplishments. Creative Oceanic powered by Oceanic Awards announced the winners of The 6th Irish Hospitality Awards 2024.


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