Had a lovely refurbished room on the 1st floor. We could hear the waterfall but I found it very relaxing.
All the staff were very pleasant and helpful. The room was always spotless when we returned everyday and breakfast was whatever you fancied cooked to order. Nothing was too much trouble.
We had a meal at Greenes on the first night on the Early bird menu which was very good value for a three course meal when compared to other similar classed restaurants around Cork.
The only downside was the rooms were very warm even in October and we would have liked a bigger bar area in the hotel, as you felt like you were intruding on guests in the restaurant, but we did have a great Irish Coffee on the patio by the waterfall.
Five minute walk to Patrick Street and loads of little side streets to cater for everyones taste in Shops, bars and restaurants.
Our personally favourite was St Paul's St and Oliver Plunkett St.
Worth a vist we loved it and would go back again
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- Welcome to Hotel Isaacs & Apartments Cork, a unique gem of a hotel in Cork city Centre with an enviable location - recently refurbished (2016) only a short walk from the train and bus stations and the main shopping and financial centre of Cork. Hotel Isaacs is the perfect choice as a base when visiting Cork city, county and County Kerry. We have some fantastic special offers for you when you book direct also offering two and three bedroom apartments. ... more less
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