Ballyroe Heights hotel Luxury Tralee Hotel Rooms
Our guestrooms at Ballyroe Heights Hotel are designed for your comfort and luxury. Enjoy spacious rooms with minimal themes, luxurious features, and remote-controlled lighting as well as complimentary Wi-Fi and toiletries, tea and coffee making facilities and room service. Our ultra-comfortable beds are ideal after a long day of exploring all that Tralee has to offer. Each room is complete with crisp cotton linen and a pillow-topped mattress to ensure the utmost of comfort during your stay.
We have a great selection of rooms to cater for your every need from classic rooms, family rooms, triple rooms to accessible rooms. If you are looking to make your stay extra special, why not upgrade to our deluxe balcony rooms which offer a private balcony with stunning views of Slieve Mish Mountains and Tralee Bay.
Start the day right with a full Irish or continental breakfast served in our Summit Suite which overlooks breath-taking views of Tralee Bay and the Slieve Mish Mountains. The restaurant serves a range of hot breakfast items, pastries and croissants, yoghurts, fresh fruit salad, fresh selection of juices, porridge, cereals, tea and coffee to ensure you are satisfied
Here at Ballyroe Heights Hotel we aim to do everything we can to ensure your comfort and will continue to go the extra mile for all our guests.
Don’t take our word for it, see what our guests have to say:
Very nice room with a great view of the nearby mountains. Comfortable, and well equipped. Friendly, courteous staff. Restaurant was also very good. Convenient location for driving the Dingle peninsula.
We have a host of Classic Rooms on offer, from Single, Double, Triple and Twin to King, find your perfect fit at Ballyroe Heights Hotel.
Our family rooms feature one double bed and two single beds with en-suite facilities, perfect for larger families or groups.
Stay in one of our fantastic deluxe rooms and enjoy a luxurious stay in one of our king sized-beds. Take in stunning views with high ceilings and large windows over looking the mountains.