The Towers Hotel was built around 1900. It was renovated and extended around 1970.
Over the years, many famous faces have passed through the Towers' doors including Francoise Sagan, Edna O Brien, Omar Shariff, Charlie Chaplin, Lester Peterson. Pierre Salinger and even Charles De Gaulle.
The Irish artist Marshall Hutson stayed here in the late 1960’s and early 70’s. Painting as payment for his room. Two large paintings “the poitin makers” and “the poitin drinkers” take pride of place in the lounge bar, while the “Shandon Belles” welcomes you at reception. Watercolors and even furniture designed by Marshall Hutson are also part of the Towers.
On July 11th 1969, The World Press release of the film “Ryan’s Daughter” filmed around Dingle was held here at The Towers and attended by many famous faces including its stars John Mills & Sarah Miles.