Viking Hotel Waterford Unveils €1.6m Refurbishment Of Guest Rooms

By Robert McHugh
Viking Hotel Waterford Unveils €1.6m Refurbishment Of Guest Rooms

The Viking Hotel Waterford has unveiled 39 upgraded guest rooms, designed by the celebrated architect Hugh Wallace.

The architect previously upgraded the ground-floor lobby, bar and restaurant.

The Viking Hotel Waterford invested €1.6 million in the project.

‘Serene And Inviting’

“We are thrilled to offer our guests these fabulous new rooms, designed by the renowned Hugh Wallace,” said Karen Dollery, general manager.

“Each aspect of the design and fit-out has been carefully thought through, to create a serene and inviting atmosphere for our guests.”


Bespoke Artwork

Each room features bespoke artwork that incorporates local landmarks and places of interest, providing a connection to Waterford’s heritage.

The centrepiece of the upgraded rooms is a plush king-size bed.

Additionally, the bathrooms have been refurbished, featuring walk-in rainfall showers and exclusive Prija bathroom amenities.

Wooden Pestle Restaurant & Bar

This comes after the Wooden Pestle Restaurant & Bar in the hotel was upgraded with a brand-new, contemporary look, following a €1 million investment.

The bar serves premium spirits, cocktails, and craft beers.


Waterford Greenway

For outdoor enthusiasts, the Viking Hotel Waterford is also close to beaches and numerous outdoor pursuits.

Located nearby is the Waterford Greenway, which is a 46km off-road cycling and walking trail along an old railway line between Waterford and Dungarvan, offering a scenic journey across three tall viaducts, from the river to the sea.

‘Perfect Room’

“We understand that every guest has unique needs and preferences, which is why we offer a variety of room options, to accommodate your needs,” said Dollery.

“Whether you are here for a romantic getaway, a family break, or business trip, we have the perfect room for you.”