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Cork International Hotel Appoints Family Concierge Team

Published on Sep 17 2021 12:00 PM in Hotel tagged: Cork International Hotel

Cork International Hotel Appoints Family Concierge Team

The Cork International Hotel has appointed a family concierge team to book tickets, reserve family activities, and provide directions and information.

The hotel will contact guests when they book to get an idea of what they would like to do and explore during their trip to Cork. The family concierge team can also put together a possible itinerary for families based on the ages of the children and the activities they enjoy. The team can then make the bookings for the family.

Cork International Hotel General Manager Statement

Cork International Hotel general manager Carmel Lonergan stated, "We know just getting the kids in the car and bringing them on a staycation is enough work in itself. We want families to enjoy the break without the stresses of making plans and remembering to print tickets or booking a table at the restaurant. We know that once the kids are enjoying themselves, all the family will be enjoying themselves. We are proud to be a family-friendly hotel. Our large lobby, cinema room and playroom means that parents will be able to relax while their children are kept entertained. We also have chromecasts in the bedrooms to watch Disney plus and even Tee-Pees available to rent at the front desk."

Family Concierge Team Representative Statement

Edel Kavanagh from the Family Concierge team added, "We want to make sure that our guests' break away is personalised to their family and take away the hassle of booking activities. We are committed to ensuring guests don't have to look for anything and will take care of whatever you need, whether that's a cot or a sensory box for a child with ASD or a specific menu for a child or parent with dietary requirements. It's important to us that children are treated like the junior VIPs they are, with personalised notes in their rooms, welcome letters addressed to them and even dedicated Spotify playlists and bedtime stories to give them the most memorable family break this autumn."

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