Fota Island Resort and Luxury Spa in Cork offers guests an idyllic location and indulgent and truly sumptuous interiors. From the moment you enter the luxurious foyer and witness the exquisite décor, you will know that a combination of luxury, hospitality and sheer quality sit at the very heart of this exceptional residence.
Ideally located close to Cork City, Fota Island Resort boasts superb views of the surrounding woodlands and Championship golf courses while also providing spacious hotel bedrooms that are spacious, comfortable, and tastefully decorated in subtle yet harmonious shades.
Fota Island Resort provides a tempting selection of gourmet dining, from the fine dining option in the Fota Restaurant to a more casual dining experience in the Amber Lounge orr Spike Bar at the Clubhouse.
Specializing in relaxation, the Spa at Fota Island Resort is a luxurious oasis, perfect for a pampering treat during your stay. The many on-trend treatments provided will leave you feeling glamorous and refreshed.
All 131 guestrooms at Fota Island Resort boast thoughtful touches such as bathrobes and slippers, along with modern conveniences such as fridges and coffee makers. Complimentary wireless Internet access and 24-hour room service are standard, as are flat-screen TVs with satellite channels.
All Guestrooms Feature:
- Free WiFi
- Coffee/tea maker
- Connecting/adjoining rooms available
- Shower/tub combination
- Designer toiletries
- Ceiling fan
- Private bathroom
- In-room climate control (air conditioning)
- Rainfall showerhead
- Hair dryer
- Iron/ironing board
- In-room safe (laptop compatible)
- Pay films
- Satellite TV service
- Room service (24 hours)
- Flat-panel TV
The Fota Restaurant
The Fota Restaurant is a fine dining venue, with a freshly prepared buffet breakfast and an extensive à la carte dinner menu. The outdoor terrace of the restaurant is the perfect place to enjoy balmy summer days.
The stylish Amber Lounge provides a wonderful, laid-back setting for more casual lunch and dining opportunities in this 5 star hotel. Guests may choose from a variety of culinary options, ranging from specialty teas & coffees and homemade pastries to Afternoon Tea and cocktails.
On the Map: Cobh is a picturesque town situated on Great Island in Cork Harbour off Ireland’s southern coast. Just southeast of Cork City, the island is connected to mainland Ireland by both rail and road.
Cobh has a relatively short history by Irish standards. It was established in 1750, but has played an important role in Ireland’s past. From 1848 to 1950, over six million Irishmen and women emigrated from Ireland and over 2.5 million of these departed from Cobh, making it the single most important port of emigration in Ireland. Many of those emigrating left from Cobh and sailed to America to start a new life. You can find out more about Cobh’s role in Irish emigration at the fascinating “Queenstown Story” visitor attraction at the Cobh railway station. Highly recommended! Cobh is also famous for being the last port of call for the ill-fated Titanic, which sank after striking an iceberg on Sunday April 14, 1912. Though a tragic story, Cobh has become quite a draw for romantic couples, ever since the release of the famous 1997 movie! Today, Cobh is a pleasant town with streets that climb up the steep slope of a hill to the top where the impressive St. Coleman’s Cathedral stands. There are wonderful restaurants to choose from, many serving fresh seafood dishes.