County Cork Hotels
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Hayfield Manor Hotel

Hayfield Manor Hotel Rating: 4.5 Pearls

One of Ireland's most acclaimed properties, this family-run, 88-room boutique hotel in Cork City pulls out all the stops for an authentic Irish experience. The hotel is set on two acres of manicured gardens, in a Georgian-style manor house with elegant, traditional decor, and has an impressive array of features, including two popular restaurants, a lively bar, and a spa with heated indoor pool. Guests can also expect warm Irish hospitality, exemplified in perks like a golf putter in every room and a special milk-and-cookies turndown service for kids. Charming rooms include upscale amenities like iPod docks, orthopedic beds, Nespresso machines, and Elemis bath products. Rates are reflective of the level of luxury; this is definitely Cork's top hotel.
Ambassador Hotel Cork

Ambassador Hotel Cork Rating: 4.0 Pearls

A former military hospital, the Ambassador is now an upscale historic boutique. Its 70 spacious rooms all feature colorful decor, high ceilings, king beds, free Wi-Fi, and flat-screen TVs. Some have balconies offering expansive city views. Property highlights include a beautiful restaurant with a homey feel, and a fitness center complete with a sauna. The location atop a hill allows for panoramic views -- but guests will have to drive to the city center or take a 20-minute uphill walk on their way back.
Maritime Hotel

Maritime Hotel Rating: 4.0 Pearls

With a dark, sexy lobby design, stylish rooms with bay views, and a spa offering treatments for two, this upscale boutique is a solid pick for couples -- but the large suites with kitchenettes, and the myriad kid-friendly amenities make it a favorite among families as well. Its location on the waterfront, a five-minute walk from the city center, is convenient for those looking to explore Bantry. Just note that street-facing rooms can be a little noisy due to traffic, and that the fitness center has no windows.
The River Lee Hotel

The River Lee Hotel Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The 182-room River Lee is one of the top luxury hotels in Cork, and is part of the upscale Doyle Collection mini-chain. Contemporary, understated decor, a restaurant and bar that are among the city's best, a small trendy spa, and an impressive fitness center and indoor pool (run by an outside company) define the experience. Though some may find the style of the hotel a bit generic, extras such as warm towels at check-in and heated floors in the bathrooms put this a cut above a typical four-pearl property. The location is just outside the city center, but within walking distance of both the English Market and the shopping hub of St. Patrick's Street.
Inchydoney Island Lodge & Spa

Inchydoney Island Lodge & Spa Rating: 4.0 Pearls

Perched on a tiny island off the West Cork coast, dramatically overlooking the Atlantic Ocean, the 67-room Inchydoney Island Lodge & Spa is a scenic, full-service resort getaway for those who love the sea and outdoor pursuits. The rooms each have private balconies and contemporary style, though they are showing a bit of wear and the dark color scheme may strike some as ill-suited for the seaside locale. The spa's signature seawater therapy pool -- its water pumped in daily from the neighboring ocean -- is quite an attraction, though it, too, could use a refresh. For many guests, the stunning seaside setting more than compensates for the rest, but it may also be worth considering the Dunmore House.
Maryborough Hotel & Spa

Maryborough Hotel & Spa Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The 93-room Maryborough Hotel and Spa is an upscale spa hotel that has gone to some lengths to preserve and celebrate its period heritage, not least in its wonderful gardens. The spa impresses with ample, and largely free, facilities while the club's indoor pool is larger than most. Sophisticated rooms blend modern and classic decor elements, though some details could use a refresh. Those looking to explore Cork might find the location a bit out the way, so if you'd rather be central, The River Lee Hotel is comparable on rates and amenities.
Castlemartyr Resort

Castlemartyr Resort Rating: 4.0 Pearls

Set on sprawling green parkland a 25-minute drive from the city of Cork, the 103-bedroom Castlemartyr Resort has turned an 18th-century manor house into a full-service, modern retreat that caters to both families and couples. It's ideally located for exploring East Cork and southern Ireland, with the coast just a short drive away, but the grounds also offer plenty of entertainment, including 13th-century ruins, an 18-hole golf course, three restaurants and a bar, and a modern spa and health club with an indoor swimming pool. Spacious rooms have sophisticated country style and big lovely marble bathrooms, though some minor signs of wear are evident.
Fernroyd House B&B

Fernroyd House B&B Rating: 3.0 Pearls

Fernroyd House is a charming B&B housed in a historic building a 10-minute walk from the city center. Its eight rooms all feature homey decor, mini-fridges, free Wi-Fi, and small tube TVs (most). A free, hearty homemade breakfast is served daily in a lovely room with a few tables, two fireplaces, and large windows that let in tons of light. Guest can mingle in the charming little yard, or in the guest lounge equipped with a flat-screen TV, a microwave, and a selection of teas.


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