Co. Cork's Carrigaline Court Hotel Starts Second Phase Of €3m Revamp

By Dave Simpson
Co. Cork's Carrigaline Court Hotel Starts Second Phase Of €3m Revamp

Co. Cork's four-star Carrigaline Court Hotel has announced the commencement of the second phase of a €3 million renovation project.

The project's first phase involved the revamp of 46 bedrooms and three meeting rooms, as well as upgrades to electrics and plumbing. Phase two will involve the renovation of the venue's leisure centre, lobby and remaining bedrooms.

The hotel will stay open for the duration of the renovations, with the reception being temporarily relocated until the start of April while the current space is completely transformed.

Giving Back To "Loyal Guests"

Commenting on the project, Carrigaline Court Hotel general manager Jerry Healy said, "We wished to give back to our loyal guests by investing in our hotel and ensuring that after 20 years in business, we are still offering a modern and chic experience to all who cross our threshold.

"We are working very closely with our interior designer, Grainne Weber, as we wish for our personality to shine through and are absolutely blown away by the completed first phase of bedrooms. Guest feedback has been amazing so far and we can’t wait to have the remainder of the hotel completed so that our guests can really escape to luxury, no matter where in the hotel they find themselves."

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