Third consecutive year at this hotel. Love to walk and this is 45 minutes from the city centre but along the river and through the lovely Fitzgerald Park. Great spa for treatments, lots of hot stone beds and the wonderful hot tub which overlooks the river at the back of the hotel. Disappointed that the breakfast has increased by €2.50 since September last year but only ate once in the hotel anyway. Had deluxe twin room which was lovely but the toilet paper seemed to be unflushable!
The hotel is very centrally located. Staff were very helpful (ie. did online bus reservation for my travel to Dublin). Clean rooms, good wifi, good towels and linens. Complimentary coffee and tea in room. Shampoo and soaps provided. Nice, bright room. Very much enjoyed our stay.
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Located in Cork City Centre, this eco-friendly hotel is within a 5-minute walk of Custom House and Cork City Hall. Bells of …More
We stayed in a 2 bedroom apartment complete with kitchen and laundry facilities. While we didn't need them, for those staying longer it would be nice place to stay. Don't plan on eating at the restaurant as it is very pricy.
Located in the heart of Cork, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Everyman Palace Theatre, Cork City Hall, and Bells of …More
Ireland's second-largest city was the European Capital of Culture in 2005. Cork's buildings date from medieval to modern times and include such landmarks as the medieval Red Abbey to the city's most famous, the church tower of Shandon. St. Patrick St., the main pedestrian shopping area, is curved because it was originally the channel of the River Lee.