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‘Slow down and enjoy life. It’s not only the scenery you miss by going too fast – you also miss the sense of where you are going and why’- Eddie Cantor


Whether you choose a flute of champagne or a freshly brewed coffee, there is no better place to sit and enjoy Cork’s most scenic vista than the Panorama Terrace at the Montenotte Hotel. The beauty of the River Lee, the maritime activity at Port of Cork and the stunning cityscape of Cork is on view for our hotel guests and visitors from our unique 6-metre open air, covered balcony adjoining the bistro and bar of the Montenotte Hotel. From dawn to nightfall, the stunning, ‘moving picture’ changes as the day progresses, matching the ambiance of the Panorama Terrace.

From meetings to celebrations, our Panorama Terrace offers hotel guests and visitors a refreshing and relaxing seating area that is adaptable to all sorts of occasions. What better to way to start the day, than with a get together on the Panorama Terrace as the sun rises over Cork city. A wonderful lunch menu is also served on the Terrace for our guests, or on a summer’s evening, we regularly offer casual barbeque dining. On a cooler Irish evening, enjoy the heated balcony and complimentary Irish wool throws to savour a unique experience at the boutique Montenotte Hotel. 

 

 

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