The stunning Adare Manor has released a video to celebrate the completion of a 22-month, multi-million Euro refurbishment.
The Co Limerick hotel is one of the most stunning in the world and is the only Irish hotel to make the prestigious Condé Nast Hot List.
The doors to Adare Manor re-opened in November 2017 after the luxury hotel had been closed while work was carried out to add a 42-bedroom wing and new ballroom.
The entire hotel has been given some expert care, and Condé Nast describe the refreshed look as “a delicious mix of old and new”.
The Condé Nast Hot List is a much anticipated publication in the hospitality sector, with more than 100 of the world’s top hotels listed.
They describe the revamped Adare Manor: “While retaining an old-school, aristocratic vibe, Adare’s fanciful gargoyles, genuinely warm staff, grand and intimate spaces, and super-comfortable rooms make it somewhere uniquely and unabashedly the Ireland of now.”
Condé Nast Traveler editor-in-chief, Pilar Guzmán said: “By celebrating the very best, we hope to help set a standard for those who follow so that when we return decades down the road, we will still recognize and be transformed by these places.” says
Adare Manor was bought by JP McManus for €30million in 2015. They have ambitions to host the 2026 Ryder Cup, and recently opened a championship golf course on site.
McManus is legendary trainer in horseracing and has seen his horses win countless major races over the years.
He is worth an estimated €2.1 billion and was once a part-owner of the English football team Manchester United.
The hotel was also used as a ‘Judge’s House’ by Louis Walsh and Sharon Osbourne on the 2010 edition of The X Factor.
If you fancy a night in the luxury Adare Manor, then rooms start from around €500 per night, rising to €1,450 for the Dunraven Stateroom and €2,250 for the hotel’s signature suite.