Hotels and More in Cork

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  • 9.1 Awesome 1,445 reviews
    Description On the banks of Cork’s River Lee, this luxurious hotel is a 5-minute walk from central Cork. It features air-conditioned rooms, bistro, and free parking.

    "kind staff, very knowledgeable. comfortable luxurious rooms."

    eli. Netherlands
  • 9.3 Awesome 264 reviews
    Description Set in leafy grounds just 15 minutes’ walk from Cork center, Hayfield Manor is a luxury hotel with a beauty spa and an elegant restaurant. Cork International Airport is a 15-minute drive away.

    "Beds so comfy, room service menu and quality amazing, bath was fabulous, staff were lovely also!"

    Karla. United Kingdom
  • 9.0 Awesome 557 reviews
    Description Set adjacent to the ruins of 800-year-old castle, this 220-acre estate has a 17th-century manor house where guests can enjoy far-reaching countryside views and a stylish spa center which includes an...

    "Bed ,gardens and the breakfast."

    Robert. Australia
  • 9.1 Awesome 889 reviews
    Description This hotel is directly opposite Cork Airport with a free shuttle service. It is just a 10-minute drive from Cork City, where there are shops, vibrant bars and restaurants.

    "Great staff, as usual. Great food."

    Maire. Ireland
  • 8.5 Very Good 1,671 reviews
    Description A 15-minute drive from Cork Airport and city center, Oriel House Hotel has a pool, restaurant and bar. The rooms have flat-screen TVs and free Wi-Fi.

    "Very helpful staff. Always keen to please including holding expensive jackets we had and left in the room."

    Philip. Australia
  • 8.4 Very Good 1,456 reviews
    Description Cork's most luxurious hotel offers new standards of style and service to both business guests and tourists.

    "great staff, swimming pool, free car park, nice clean room - with iron, kettle etc - all you need, for me also location was very convinient"

    Marcin. Poland
Cork was highly rated for friendly locals by 296 guests from the United States! Cork Travel Guide

Irish Spirit In A Nutshell

Situated on the banks of the River Lee, Cork’s city center was originally built on marshes and many of its popular streets are constructed on the former river channels. With a thriving nightlife and a vibrant cultural scene, the Irish Republic’s second biggest city is full of surprises.

Those interested in history should pay a visit to the Cork City Gaol, an old prison transformed into one of the city’s most fascinating attractions, or join the Cork Historic Walking Tours, which have a great opportunity to learn all the city’s secrets.

For those craving more lively entertainment, the city has the famous Cork City Pub Crawl or even more exciting, the Barrack Street Challenge, where participants drink pints of beer in all bars along Barrack Street.

The shopping area is concentrated around the most famous street - St. Patrick Street. For local food specialities like crubeens, tripe and drisheen, browse bars and restaurants around MacCurtain, Washington and Oliver Plunkett Streets.

When flying to Cork Airport, you’re just a short taxi or bus ride from the lively city centre. Don’t worry about accommodations; has plenty from convenient hotels, to cozy guesthouses and bed & breakfasts.