Jurys Inn Cork3.0 out of 5.0
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This was our first stay at a Jury's Inn. It is a clean hotel with welcoming staff. The room was exactly what we needed. plenty of space for luggage, comfortable bed and refreshing shower. We did not enjoy the bar food. We ordered some wings and fish with chips. The food was not good. However, the staff at the bar were very welcoming and the environment was fun.
We arrived late at night. The first room had a stained mattress, the second room - the same. Finally the third room bed was clean and we were able to settle down for the night, although the blanket had a 20" long black hair strand on it, so next day I asked that the room be vacuumed thoroughly. When we returned to the room the second night, the carpet still had human hair under the table. Requested another thorough vacuum for the following day.. On our last night we asked for a wake up call. It never came. Overall, the room was OK, just shouldn't have had to monitor like this.
Great hotel and great value! Staff was wonderful! Clean room, free parking and wifi, decent restaurant food.
Great location but needs major updating and more comfort for beds and pillows.
We first stayed at Cork's Jury's Inn thirteen years ago (1998) on our first trip to Ireland. We now live there (Ireland) and thought why not spend a night in Cork and check out the Jury's Inn. Good thought - Great location, the room is good value for money, the staff friendly and helpful, the breakfast good and plentiful.
Hotel was nice and accommodating. We didn't need it, but parking was scarce. A concierge would have been helpful.
We booked the wrong hotel. We meant to book the Jury's River Lee. We arrived at the Jury's Inn while walking through the middle of a verified drug deal. Our window looked out onto a homeless shelter, which provided much free street entertainment from our hotel room. So, we didn't have to pay for that! The room was CLEAN. So that was awesome. But the furnishings were all attached to the wall, which reminded us of staying in a hostel. We didn't feel safe walking anywhere, so we took a cab to Issac's (great meal!) and hightailed it out of there the next day. It was worth forfeiting a night's stay to get the hell out of Cork.