Dromoland Castle, the 16th century luxury castle hotel in County Clare, Ireland has completed the final phase of its over $23 million refurbishment.

The full-scale renovation was completed under the guidance of the Irish Georgian Society to respect Ireland’s architectural heritage and used traditional skills and craftsmanship while incorporating the up-to-date technology. Included in the extensive refurbishments were the guestrooms and bathrooms, the Queen Anne Wing, the dining and lounge areas, all public spaces, the Spa at Dromoland Castle, and the indoor pool. New golf carts and pathways were also added along with window refurbishments and repairs to the stone facade. Acclaimed Irish painter, John Brennan, was commissioned for the artwork in the guestrooms featuring Celtic-inspired paintings. The property also features Waterford Crystal chandeliers, hand-woven Venetian silk wall coverings, ancestral oil paintings, hunting mounts, and stained glass alongside the contemporary comforts that modern travelers expect like spacious bedrooms, Egyptian cotton bed linen, well-appointed bathrooms, and modern Irish cuisine.

Nightly rates start at approximately $293. For more information, visit dromoland.ie. Be sure to check out A Royal Affair for more castle stays and other luxurious accommodations that will leave your clients feeling like kings and queens.