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  • Check-in: 15:00
  • Check-out: 12:00
  • Access to complimentary nightly movies in our in-house cinema "The Cameo" *Subject to availabilty, over 18's only
  • Complimentary on-site car parking
  • We are located a short 10 minute downhill walk from Cork city centre
  • Access to Motion Health Club. Monday-Friday from 5.30am-9.30pm, Saturday, Sunday and Bank Holiday Monday 8.00am-8.30pm. For children under the age of 16 years old entry from 9.00am-7.00pm. *Please note that last entry is 45 minutes before closing time.
  • High speed complimentary Wi-Fi
  • Non-smoking hotel
  • Bellevue Spa and The Style Suite for hair, nails and make-up. *Fee's apply for products and services.
  • Stroll through Ireland's only Hotel Sunken Victorian Garden.
  • Taxes and service charges included
  • Enjoy spectacular views of Cork city and beyond from Panorama Terrace and our Rooftop Terrace.
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GIRLIE WEEKEND BREAKS

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GIRLIE WEEKEND BREAKS

THE GIRLS CAN NOW GETAWAY TO CORK CITY..

Is there anything more exciting than planning a weekend away with the girls and your pals? To be surrounded by your best friends in a luxury hotel, in interesting surroundings, in a great city with lots to see and do – what bliss!

We have everything you need for the perfect girly getaway in Cork; from luxury bedrooms, stylish cocktails, delightful dining, relaxing treatments and much more…

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BOTANICAL AFTERNOON TEA

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BOTANICAL AFTERNOON TEA

BOTANICAL THEMED AFTERNOON TEA TO CALL & COLLECT

Have you been yearning for dainty finger sandwiches, fluffy scones and mouth-watering desserts and treats? Fear not, this May Bank Holiday weekend, here at The Montenotte Hotel we have a unique and exciting way for you to treat yourself, your family or friends  from the comfort of your own home as we finally welcome back summer.

“May Day” has been celebrated in Ireland since pagan times as the feast of Bealtaine.  Traditionally, bonfires were lit to mark the coming of summer and to grant luck to people and their livestock. We do not do bonfires anymore, but it is the start of summer  and you can have cake, as you enjoy your weekend at home with some of our tasty delights and even catch up with some of the Cork International Choral Festival virtual hybrid concerts.

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ST PATRICK'S DAY

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ST PATRICK'S DAY

ST PATRICK'S DAY CELEBRATION AT HOME

For the second time we will be celebrating our national holiday in a lockdown. The nation’s favourite bank holiday normally brings out young and old, flags of tricolour in hands, dressed in green, faces painted in green, white and orange, marching in parades big or small, loud music playing, oh the thrill of being Irish but this year we just need to all this at home and in our back gardens.

The national flag of Ireland is intended to symbolise the inclusion of and the aspirations for unity between people of different traditions of this island, in 2021 more then ever the unity to fight the pandemic is stronger than ever. It has been such a long road but let’s be hopeful that soon we will be able to hold friends and family close again and get back to doing what we love.

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