Family Room

Family Room

STAY WITH US AND ENJOY A FAMILY STAY IN THE HEART OF CORK CITY…

Stay with us in our beautifully designed Family Rooms at The Montenotte Hotel. Our uniquely decorated family rooms include two double sized beds and can accommodate up to 2 adults and 2 children sharing, where you can enjoy our unique décor and amenities to afford you every luxury during your stay.

Enjoy the outdoor space with strolls in our Victorian gardens and woodlands, avail of our Health Club facilities with 20 metre swimming pool and free parking.

Cots are available on request and can be accommodated in our interconnecting rooms (interconnecting rooms are subject to additional charge) but are not suitable space wise in these family rooms.

If you plan to explore our Cork city attractions, embark on an adventure along the Wild Atlantic Way or discover the a journey east along Ireland’s Ancient East or simply enjoy some family time over a weekend, we are ideally located in the heart of Cork city for your family getaway.

MAX GUESTS: 4
BED SIZE(S): 2 Double bed(s)
ROOM SIZE: 25.7m2

Amenities

  • Two double beds
  • Still & sparkling water
  • K-Fee Capsule Coffee Machine
  • Tea making facilities
  • 24-hour room service
  • Luxury bespoke Mark Buxton Toiletries
  • 42" flat screen TV
  • Premium linen bed clothes
  • In Room Safe
  • Iron & Ironing Board
  • Hairdryer
  • Power shower
  • Complimentary 300 MB WiFi Internet Bandwidth

Good to know

  • Check-in 15:00; Check-out: 12:00
  • All day dining in Panorama Bistro & Terrace (table reservations recommended)
  • Cameo Cinema showing nightly movies (over 18’s, subject to availability) complimentary access for the hotel guests
  • Use of Motion Health Club with gym and 20 metre swimming pool
  • Bellevue Spa with 6 treatment rooms and Style suite (subject to charge, bookings are essential)
  • Victorian Gardens and Woodland walk for the guests to enjoy
  • Spectacular views of Cork city from the Panorama and Rooftop Terrace
  • Complimentary Car Parking
  • Complimentary High-speed Wi-Fi
  • Complimentary access to over 7,000 of the world’s best publications online on PressReader
  • Taxes and Service charges included
  • Non-smoking hotel
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