Visited for work & pleasure. Very modern, clean and comfortable hotel. Great location - city sites are all within easy walking distance. Also close to Cafe Paradisio, the best veggie restaurant in Ireland.
Traveller from Fife, UK
Located on the banks of the River Lee, this Cork hotel is near St Fin Barre's Cathedral, the English Market, and University …More
The Kinsgley is a lovely hotel on the banks of the river, and a short walk away from a great park with playground, the "Shaky Bridge" and St. Fin Barre cathedral. Avoid the taxi fare and take the mile walk to the city-easy route on one road. Rooms are spacious, beds comfortable, breakfast delicious. Cork is worth a visit and The Kingsley is worth a stay.
Really clean, great staff, excellent burger at the bar, really comfortable bed. No real bad points other than the neighbourhood (a hostal is next door where drunks tend to accumulate and shout to the early hours). But close the window and you don't hear them.
Traveller from Newcastle, UK
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
I stayed there for 2 nights. I like the room. The swimming pool was amazing. But the fact that there is no place where to buy water tea coffee or biscuits is bad. There is only bar downstairs and restaurant outside the hotel. There is a self service machine but it was in the other part where private rooms is located.. And I asked a receptionist where I can buy a bottle of water and didn't mention it.
Breakfast: unfortunately the breakfast don't suit veggies people I regretted I payed it.
Situated in Douglas, this spa hotel is 0.7 mi (1.2 km) from Douglas Golf Club and within 3 mi (5 km) of Cork City Hall and …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.