06 Oct 2022

Harvey's Point is Ireland's No 1 - again!

Harvey's Point is Ireland's No 1 - again!

A winter exterior shot of the hotel.

Following on its ‘Georgina Campbell Hotel of the Year 2017’ title and being rated ‘No 1 Hotel in Ireland’ on Trip Adviser for four consecutive years, Harvey’s Point Hotel, Lough Eske, Donegal, has now been rated ‘No 1 Four Star Hotel in Ireland’ by the hotel search  website trivago.

Harvey’s Point also received the highest rating in Ireland for its guest rooms.

In 2016 the Donegal hotel was rated  ‘No1 in Ireland’ by trivago but, in a change to the system , awards are now made in a number of categories.

Harvey’s Point hotelier Deirdre McGlone welcomed the announcement.

‘We are particularly delighted at the top rating given to our guest rooms, which are the largest and most luxuriously furnished and equipped in the country’, she said. ‘Earlier in the year Georgina Campbell gave very warm praise to our team and it is this combination of a true Donegal welcome with luxury accommodation and surroundings that makes our hotel a special place for guests.’

‘At Harvey's Point our goal is to make every guest feel welcome: “We do this by providing luxury accommodation, gourmet food, many ‘little extras’ and most of all, by personally engaging with everyone who visits us.”

trivago, used  over 175 million aggregated hotel reviews and semantic analysis to determine the best-rated hotels in Ireland.

By analysing reviews aggregated from different sources across the web, trivago aims to award hotels on a basis which is accurate, comprehensive and impartial. Johannes Thomas, Managing Director at trivago, comments “We aggregate and analyse more than 175 million hotel reviews from websites all over the world. This gives us strong insights into what hotels are particularly good at. Our trivago awards recognise those hoteliers who deliver an exceptional experience to their guests, and we are proud and delighted to award those achievements.”




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