Fota Island Hotel and Spa
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Fota Island Resort, Fota Island, Cork, Republic of Ireland
Mr John O'Flynn
Fota Island Hotel and Spa is part of a five-star, luxury resort set on a private island. The hotel offers a range of facilities and everything needed for a relaxing stay in East Cork.
Fota Island Hotel and Spa is at the heart of a luxurious, five-star resort situated in East Cork. The hotel boasts 131 ensuite bedrooms and eight private penthouse suites, all decorated in an inviting and elegant manner. Many rooms offer stunning views, while all include air conditioning, private safe, in-room bar facilities, flat-screen TV, complimentary Internet access and more.
Though there is 24-hour room service, guests won’t want to miss the mouthwatering food and delightful atmosphere of Fota Restaurant, which is open for breakfast and dinner. Meanwhile, the Amber Lounge is an all-day dining venue with speciality coffees, light meals, cocktails, whiskeys and more.
The resort offers more than comfortable accommodation and good food, though. It is also home to a splendid golf club with three championship courses and a clubhouse converted from old stone farm buildings. The clubhouse features its own bar, perfect for light snacks before a round of golf or an excellent meal afterwards. And for guests who wish to focus on health and well-being, the resort offers the luxury Fota Island Spa, which has a full fitness suite, indoor swimming pool, walking river and 18 spacious treatment rooms with more than 60 treatments available.
Additionally, Fota Island serves as a venue for corporate and private functions, with five conference and meeting rooms that can cater for up to 400 people theatre style. There are also elegant suites that are popular for weddings both large and small.
During a stay at Fota Island, visitors can easily access many of County Cork’s top attractions, including the nearby Fota Island Wildlife Park. The surrounding area, which includes Cork City, Cobh and Midleton, provides cultural and entertainment venues as well as a range of activities like sailing, fishing and walking.