The Victoria Hotel is centrally located in the city of Cork half way down Saint Patricks Street. If you are looking for a central location this is the right place. Built in 1810 the Victoria Hotel is the oldest and most historic hotel in Cork City. Many leading Irish politicians frequented the hotel including Charles Stuart Parnell James Joyce recounts his stay in Portrait of an Artist and Sir Winston Churchill had dinner in the hotel during a visit to Ireland. The hotel also has strong ties with the Gaelic Athletic Association GAA with the second ever meeting taking place in the hotel on the 27th of December 1884. There is a Cork Airport shuttle coach available.
The guest rooms are comfortable and spacious all fully ensuite with bath and shower facilities satellite television ironing facilities and broadband available in selected rooms. All rooms have recently been redecorated.
Facilities and Services:
24hour front desk 24hour security ATMCash machine Baby sitting Bilingual staff Brailed elevators Cocktail lounge Conference facilities Elevators Housekeeping daily Ice machine OffSite parking Restaurant Room service Wakeup service Multilingual staff Wedding services Direct dial telephone 220 AC Room service full menu Room service limited menu Evening reception Front desk Buffet breakfast Communal bar area Continental breakfast Loungesbars Breakfast served in restaurant Lunch served in restaurant Dinner served in restaurant High speed internet access for laptop in public areas Ballroom Early checkin Late checkout available Bank Stairwells Children welcome Free high speed internet connection Hair dryer Ironing board Heated guest rooms Toilet Interior corridors Private bath or shower Fire safety compliant