Classic One Bed Apartment

Standard One Bed Apartment

Our recently refurbished one-bedroom apartments in Cork are suitable for up to two people sharing. Available in two sizes, you can choose from our Standard or Classic one-bedroom apartment.

Self-catering apartments include a fully equipped studio kitchen with integrated appliances and open plan dining room & sitting room with flat screen TV. All our apartments are non-smoking and are situated adjacent to the main hotel.

Complimentary Car Parking, Wi-Fi, access to Motion Health Club and nightly movie in our luxury in-house cinema are included during your stay.

More information about our luxury two-bedroom apartments.

One to One Information: 

If you require additional information on either our one or two-bedroom apartments, then we would suggest you chat to our reservations team today and they will prepare either a long-stay or short-stay quotation specifically for your self-catering requirements. Email us at reservations@themontenottehotel.com

MAX GUESTS: 2
BED SIZE(S): 1 Double bed

Standard One Bedroom Apartment Size: 30m2     
Classic One Bedroom Apartment Size: 46m2

Amenities

  • One double bed 
  • Weekly cleaning 
  • 24 Hour manned reception desk
  • Living Room with a 42inch TV 
  • Complimentary Wi-Fi
  • Washing machine with dryer
  • Dishwasher 
  • Fridge Freezer
  • Cooker and Hob (standard one bedroom apartments do not have a cooker)
  • Microwave
  • Coffee machine and Tea making facilities 
  • Refuse facilities 

Good to know

  • Check-in 16:00; Check-out: 11:00
  • 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, 20 metre swimming pool, sauna, steam room and Jacuzzi
  • 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
  • Taxes and Service charges included
  • Non-smoking hotel
  • Apartments are not serviced daily. Full cleaning for 7 nights plus stays is on a weekly basis. Additional cleaning is available on request, charges will apply. 
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