• Danny Joyce | Editor

New Package From Hotel Isaacs Combines City Centre Shopping, Festive Cocktails and Seasonal Food

Hotel Isaacs on Cork City's MacCurtain Street has just launched a new package that combines the best of all three. A city centre location with the main shopping areas on the doorstep along with by a festive pre-dinner cocktail in the super plush cocktail bar Cask which was recently awarded Best Cocktail Experience in Ireland at the Food & Wine Restaurant Awards, followed by seasonal dinner in its award-winning restaurant Greenes.

For the months of November and December, subject to availability, the hotel is offering the Hotel Isaacs Winter City Break Package, from €150 per person per night. The package includes an overnight stay and breakfast for two along with a pre-dinner cocktail of your choice at Cask cocktail bar, followed by a three- course prix fixe dinner in Greene’s restaurant.

Hotel Isaacs is located in Cork’s Victorian Quarter in a building that dates back to the late 1800s, just five minutes walk from Kent Train Station and close to all main roads in and out of Cork city. It’s also just five minutes from the main shopping area around St Patrick’s Street and close to The English Market and Cork’s main tourist attractions.

Each room at Hotel Isaacs is unique, paying homage to the original character of the historic building with details like open beams in the ceiling or quaint views of Cork city. Right beside the hotel is award-winning restaurant Greenes, known for modern Irish cuisine with a focus on local, foraged, wild and organic ingredients. Cask cocktail bar is just across the courtyard, serving seasonal-led and terroir-focussed cocktails in a buzzy atmosphere, while the new Latin-American cocktail and tapas bar Paladar is located close by on Bridge Street.


Book online at www.hotelisaacscork.com, email info@hotelisaacscork.com or call (021) 450 0011.


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