The Woodlands Hotel and Leisure Centre is situated just on the outskirts from Waterford town centre and 15 minutes from Waterford Airport and 45 minutes from Rosslare Harbour on the road to Dunmore. Guests can also experience the Sandy Beaches and undiscovered countryside. Modern purpose built building with large car park. The lobby is large and modern and circular. The reception desk is located in the middle of the lobby. Guests may take advantage of the state of the art leisure complex which offers 20m deck-level swimming pool sauna steam room jacuzzi kiddies pool fully equipped gym and aerobics studio. All 46 spacious en-suite bedrooms are tastefully decorated and have every modern facility. The Arbutus Restaurant designed by Barbara Cruise combines modern design with elegance and great atmosphere.The menu offers superb Irish and Continental cuisine prepared with meticulous care by Irish and Internationally experienced chefs. Alternatively relax in the informal Brass Cock bar furnished in rich warm timber with three floors. The scale and size is impressive but full of nooks and crannies there is a warm atmosphere suited to small or large groups.
the facilities of the the pool and the nice bar made our stay very comfortable
good lesiure centre
The shower is too close to the wall
didn't like the brown water out of the hot tap in the bath and the bar food was awful!!
Really enjoyed the hotel and staff were very pleasant. Lovely and clean. Used the pub restaurant and food was great. Also used the pool with the children who really enjoyed it.
comfortable room, pleasant staff, nice big car park.
The staff were very good, have to give Ellen on the reception desk a mension. She was really helpful in every way.
I like the fact that it was close to but not actually in the City and that it we had a very relaxing weekend staying at the hotel
very quite and relaxed - loved the leisure centre! the staff were also brilliant in the bar reception and the leisure centre!
When we got there we got a smoking room but were too tired to complain and have to be moved.