December 11, 2018

WINTER ROOM SALE

Add a bit of colour to your life this winter and spring, experience all that the award-winning Montenotte Hotel has to offer.

From our view of the bright lights of the culturally vibrant city of Cork, to historic landmarks including Nano Nagle Place, Spike Island, Cobh Heritage centre and St. Finbarr’s Cathedral to mention but a few. Take in a show in Irelands oldest theatre the Everyman Palace or catch the last of the panto at the Cork Opera House. Enjoy the winter sales, some of our many shopping highlights include Patrick’s Street, Brown Thomas & Mahon Point with many more to choose from. Explore the delight of the English Market and many of Corks farmers markets, in Douglas, Mahon Point, Ballincollig and Kinsale.

In the afternoon relax in an indulgent pampering in Bellevue Spa, a Cork boutique city spa. Built in the original mansion house of The Montenotte Hotel, originally the home of a Merchant Prince which offers a collection of exquisitely decorated treatment rooms, nail bar and hair salon each created with our customer in mind. At night enjoy the culinary delights of our seasonal menus in Panorama Bistro & Terrace sourced from fresh local Irish ingredients from our award-winning AA rosette kitchen. Followed by a nightly movie in our luxurious hotel cinema ‘The Cameo’. Each morning relax and unwind in our Motion Leisure club followed by a sumptuous buffet breakfast while enjoying the spectacular views over the River Lee, Cork Harbour which is the second largest natural harbour in the world, Cork city and beyond.


There is so much of our beautiful city and county to explore, a member of our team will always be happy to plan your #PureCork experience. All you need to do is book your #StayUnique luxurious experience at the award-winning The Montenote Hotel where you, our customer is our priority. To make a reservation please call 021 4530050 or click hereto view our special offers. 

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