Hotels in Derry

City Hotel Derry
Queens Quay
County Londonderry

BT48 7AS

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Derry, one of Europe’s most picturesque walled cities is home to the contemporary styled waterfront City Hotel Derry – for hotels in Derry look no further! This 4 star Derry hotel enjoys a prime spot overlooking the River Foyle and is just 5 minutes walk from the historic city walls, the Harbour Museum and the award winning Tower Museum, certainly one of the best locations among Derry hotels. The City Hotel Derry offers 145 tastefully decorated guestrooms with everything you’ll need for a great stay; some even have superb views of the town’s neo-Gothic Guildhall or the river. The City Hotel Derry also has its own health & fitness club complete with 15 metre heated pool, jacuzzi, steam room and gymnasium.

The hotel’s trendy Thompsons Restaurant serves delicious New Irish and European dishes with a backdrop to the River Foyle while Coppins Bar is a great place to enjoy a pint of the ‘black stuff’ or enjoy the hotel’s entertainment every Saturday. If you are visiting the area on business this Derry hotel is fully wi-fi enabled and the dedicated conference floor of the hotel offers flexible meeting room space. There are limited free car parking spaces (40 cars) at the hotel for guests too. For Derry hotels make the contemporary City Hotel Derry your first choice!

Additional Facilities
Wi-Fi internet access (fee payable)
Coppins Bar
Steam room


Number of Rooms: 145
Number Ensuite: 145
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Name: Thompsons on the River Restaurant
Cuisine: New Irish and European

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