The welcome that awaits you at Hotel Isaacs on McCurtain Street in the heart of Cork City, is one of true Irish nature. This unique gem of a hotel in corks enviable centre location is only a short walk from the train & bus stations and the main shopping and financial centre of Cork. Hotel Isaacs is the perfect choice as a base when visiting Cork city, West Cork and the South West of Ireland. With the hotels 47 guestrooms (a mixture of standard & Executive rooms), 11 serviced apartments, a heated courtyard garden with floodlit waterfall, restaurant/bar; this hotel really has all one needs for a memorable visit to Cork City.
At Hotel Isaacs, you can choose from the hotels Standard or Executive rooms, both offering very comfortable accommodation.
All Guestrooms Feature:
- Cable Television
- Laptop safe
- Tea and coffee hospitality tray
- Iron and ironing board
- Wi-fi access
- Room service
Hotel Isaacs dining room offers modern, innovative and international cuisine using local fresh produce. The hotel specialises in seafood dishes but vegetarians and carnivores are also welcome! All menus reflect the seasonal changes and weather permitting customers can dine “al fresco” in the heated courtyard garden overlooking a waterfall, which is floodlit by night.
Greenes is the ideal venue for pre-theatre dining with a keenly priced early bird 3-course menu available from 18.00h – 19.00h each evening. The fully licenced restaurant is very popular so reservations are necessary.
On the Map: Cork City is located off the southern coast of Ireland. As Ireland’s second city, it is well served by good roads – The M8 northeast to Dublin, the N20 north to Limerick & the N25 east to Waterford.
In the bustling city of Cork (often referred to as ‘Ireland’s Second Capital’), stroll the river walk at the University and pop into the Glucksman Gallery. Relax in a café, and hit Shandon Street, just a short walk from the main shopping district. Climb the 120 foot steeple, and ring the bells of Shandon. Soak up the city views as they fade into the countryside. Award-winning restaurants line the streets, and nightlife choices include Irish Traditional, classy nightclubs, theater, opera, plays, and dance. (Take the haunted night tour of the city jail—it’s a great way to start your evening with a bang.) Of course, there’s the Jameson Old Middleton Distillery in east Cork. Learn how Irish whiskey is made, and finish with a tasting.