We stayed here a couple of weeks ago. The hotel is quiet impressive when you walk in. Very airy and bright. Check in was nice and friendly however two staff members were talking over each other about booking a baby sitter for another guest and that tends to annoy me a bit.
The rooms are small but nicely laid out, lovely beds, tea/coffee. I think a little jug of milk would be a nice touch when you have a fridge in the room especially at €140 a night rather than that awful false milk that people just don't like.
Breakfast was very nice, staff were friendly, however there is a sense of people going through the motions in the dining room, bored perhaps.
Would i stay again, maybe, we recently stayed in the city centre and they seem much more professional.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Rochestown Park Hotel enjoys a luxurious new look after completing an €18 million refurbishment and redevelopment in Oct ’08. An exquisite 4-star hotel with 149 bedrooms and 8 Executive Town Houses. It’s home to Ireland's premier Thalasso Therapy Centre and Beauty Salon as well as an award winning Health and Leisure Centre. The Gallery Restaurant provides guests with a unique dining experience of local produce combined with confident creativity. Suttons Bar and Bistro is fast becoming the place to be seen in Cork with a chic interior design and quirky menu. Situated in the suburbs, walking distance to Douglas village and within 4.5km of the City Centre and 2 km to Cork International Airport. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Rochestown Park Cork
- Hotel Rochestown Park