Can't fault this hotel. Just that it's a bit noisy outside at times. But just usual hustle n bustle of being in a town I suppose. Great location to explore Cork. Breakfast buffet we couldn't fault. More like brunch as they don't stop till 12 at weekends. 5 to 10 mins walk and your at st patricks street. Car park is 1 st come 1st serve. We had a place whole 4 days stay. Mum got woken in the night by someone reeeeeaaly enjoying their break. Lol! I slept through the disturbance. But do admit that the walls are thin. Food menu in bar ok. Not amazing. But I had a burger one night and it was nice. Would def use a jury's inn again. Hopefully not with my mother placed next to a midnight bonkathon. ;)
Jurys Cork Hotel is a new and very comfortable hotel with a great staff. The rooms are very nicely appointed with comfy beds, nice linens, coffee/ tea service and mini bar. Bathrooms are spotless and huge with separate tub and shower.
The hotel is located about a 20 min walk from the center of downtown Cork but is also near shops and restaurants at that end of town. I spent one afternoon just walking around the University of Cork, which has a lovely campus and interesting bits of Irish history.
A great hotel and in such a good position next to the Michael Collins Bridge. Not far to walk into the town or across the bridge and down the side of the river. They have special offers occasionally and we had one of them. A lovely en-suite room, very clean. Friendly staff at reception too.
I expected great things from Jury's Inn Cork but was left feeling slightly let down.
It was advertised as having floor to ceiling windows (it didn't), LCD television in the room (it was an ol tube TV with no reception) and free wireless Internet (not wireless and charged at 5 euros and hour).
The location is great, right on the edge of the shopping district and nextdoor to the bus station.
On checking in, we were givenrhe wrong room and when I called down to reception itwas denied... But they soon gave in and changed is to the correct room.
Toiletries are the non removable type and the rooms weren't huge.
All in all I wouldn't pay the price tag for this hotel in future, although comfortable I've stayed in better travellodges for a fraction ofthe price!
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