Cork International Hotel

Address: Cork International Airport, Cork, County Cork, Ireland | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Cork International Airport, Cork, is near Charles Fort, Lewis Glucksman Gallery, Curraheen Park, and Donovan's Bridge.
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      Historical Traveler Reviews Cork International Hotel

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      Hatte vergessen, wie es in einem frisch eröffneten Hotel zugehen kann. Dieses Haus ist sehr schön. Sehr gemütliche Gestaltung aller Gemeinschaftsbereiche. Viele nette Angestellte (die noch nicht so schnell sind). Freue mich schon auf das nächste Mal in ein paar Monaten, wenn sich alles eingespielt hat. Macht die Konkurrenz nieder. Gutes Produkt und super Service (wird bestimmt noch besser, wenn erst mal alles läuft). Kostenlose WLAN-Verbindung, ein echter Vorteil. Viel Spaß!!!

      Wundervolles Hotel


      Dieses Hotel ist fantastisch.

      Verbrachten auf der Durchfahrt eine Nacht hier. Das Zimmer war sehr komfortabel. Aßen im Restaurant, das ausgezeichnet war. Der Service war sehr effizient und freundlich. Auch das Design des Hotels ist wundervoll.

      Die Ausstattung ist sehr hochwertig und charmant.

      Kann dieses Hotel wärmstens empfehlen.

      An amazing hotel


      This is a fabulous hotel.Stayed for 1 night in transit.

      The room was very comfortable .We had dinner in the restaurant which was excellent. The service was very efficient and friendly.

      From a design point of view this is a wonderful place.The fittings are very high quality and very stimulating.I would highly recommend this hotel.

      Thank you for taking the time to add your review to the site. We are glad you enjoyed your short stay with us and we hope to welcome you back you soon,

      Kind Regards,

      Management Team



      Amazing place for an airport hotel. Had one night here with our two small children and it was worth every penny (c.£100). Don't know if we were upgraded or not but our room was collossal with a tv to match and beautifully appointed. We had to leave at 5am in the morning and so the excellent continental breakfast brough to our room as part of the wake-up call (no extra charge) was very welcome.

      The hotel itself is pretty funky with bits of old aircraft in the foyer etc and space age washroom gadgetry (you'll see what I mean). It all looks fab but then it is brand new - the hotel's challenge will be in keeping it looking this good.

      Had very meals in the bar in the evening and all staff bar none were excellent.

      Would I stay here as part of a city break - no probably not due to airport location. Would I stay here again in transit - you bet!

      Thank you taking the time to add your wonderful comments to the site.

      We are glad you and your family enjoyed your stay with us.

      All the staff do appreciate postive feedback from our guests and we will do our best maintain the aspects of the hotel which guests find appealing.

      We hope to welcome you and your family back to the hotel in the future,

      Kind Regards,

      Management Team

      Hotel good quality but has some teething problems


      We stayed in a family room ("2 double beds) for i night on a park and fly basis. The hotel is very modern and even quite quirky in design. It had only opened the previous month so everything was not quiet up to speed.

      On saying that the rooms were very well decorated with a 32" flat screen tv, mini bar ( not too expensive) and the most comfortable beds we have ever stayed in. The rooms also have wi fi.Breakfast was included. As we were flying out early a continental breakfast was delivered to our room. This consisted of tea croissants yogurt and fruit.

      Staff were very pleasant. We had a drink in the bar and the bar staff did not seem to be fully organised in service. After 10pm food (even a sandwich) was not available in the bar. Considering that this is an airport hotel this should be an issue to consider. However room service is available. The bar itself is ultra modern in design with quirky furniture and glass cages all around with drink bottles in them.

      A courtesy bus brought us to and collected us from the airport, but I believe eventually a tunnell will be available between the hotel and the airport

      Because of the cleaniless and comfortable beds this hotel is well worth a stay as an stopover for departing or arriving at Cork airport

      Thank you for your comments on the hotel. We do appreciate and value all customer feedback.

      I do however feel that during your stay we let you and ourselves down. We have strvied to make vast improvements in all areas of the hotel in terms of service.

      We hope to welcome you back to the Cork International Airport Hotel in the future so we you may experience this,

      Kind Regards,

      Management Team

      Están en el buen camino...


      Ya había olvidado como funcionan las cosas en un hotel recién abierto. Este lugar es muy bonito. Las zonas públicas estaban diseñadas con mucho glamour. El hotel contaba con muchos empleados que no parecían estar todavía preparados para prestar un servicio demasiado rápido. Estoy deseando volver aquí en unos cuantos meses cuando se hayan organizado, aun así es superior a la competencia, ofrece un buen producto y un buen servicio aunque estoy seguro de que a medida que se vayan organizando todo mejorará. Ofrecen banda ancha gratuita para usuarios de ordenador, lo que representa una gran ventaja. ¡Buena suerte!

      L'hôtel de l'aéroport international de Cork


      Nous avons choisi cet hôtel parce qu'il offrait une réduction spéciale, pour promouvoir son ouverture récente. Il était apparemment ouvert depuis 2 mois.

      Le personnel était disponible, attentionné et serviable. Nous avions une bonne chambre, d'une propreté exceptionnelle.

      En semaine, le menu du petit déjeuner continental ou irlandais offre un grand choix de nourriture. Le week-end, le choix est un peu plus limité. Le gros inconvénient est l'absence de restauration le week-end, à midi comme le soir. On peut manger au bar, mais ils servent ce que l'on pourrait appeler de la « malbouffe » (ex. hambuger, chips, saucisses). Nous n'y retournerons pas tant que le service au restaurant ne sera pas moins « épisodique ».

      Cork international airport hotel


      We chose this hotel as it had a special rates offer due to the fact that it is new. It was said to have opened 2 months ago. The staff were receptive, attentive and helpful. The room was well serviced and exceptionally clean. The breakfast menu, on weekdays, had a wonderful spread of both continental and irish foods. At weekends, the choice is slightly limited. The big let-down is the absence of restaurant services on weekends in both luncheon and dinner. Food was available in the bar but they are what one would describe as "junk food" eg hamburgers, chips and sausages. We would not return to this hotel if restaurant catering continues to be "infrequent".

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      I had forgotten how things can be in a recently-opened hotel.

      This place is very nice. VERY quirky design in public areas. Lots of great staff (who aren't suite up to speed yet).

      I look forward to returning here in a few months when they have got their ducks in a row.

      Knocks the local competition away. Good product & good service (more to follow im sure as they get organised). Free Broadband for computer users is a good plus.

      Good luck guys!!!

      TripAdvisor Reviews Cork International Hotel

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