Where is the Clarion Hotel?
Located on Lapps Quay overlooking the River Lee, and opposite City Hall, the Clarion Hotel is a 2 minute walk from the shopping and business centre of Cork City, a 2 minute walk from Cork's Bus Station, and a 10 minute walk from Kent Train Station
GPS Sat Nav Co-ordinates:
IG: X 168043.79
Parking is available at the Lapps Quay Public Car Park which is located underneath the hotel where there is a €10 overnight rate available for guests of the hotel. A €10 daily rate is available for all day conference delegates visiting the hotel
Q-Park Car Park @ City Hall is another car park close to the hotel.
The costs are €5 for 17 hours overnight from 5pm until 10am and €10 for 24 hours per car.
There is a charge of €2.80 per hour for any additional hours after 10am.
(This car park is located 100 yards of a walk from the hotel entrance)
There is a set down area at the main hotel entrance for short-term drop offs only before you go to the Q-Park Car Park
Airport Transfers & Cork International Airport
The Clarion Hotel Cork is located in Cork City Centre and is only a 8KM journey from the Cork International Airport. Bus Eireann "Air Coach Service" provides a frequent bus service from Cork Airport to Cork Bus Station. Click here to download details on the bus service.
Taxis are available from outside the arrivals hall at Cork Airport and cost from approximately €12-€14 to the Clarion Hotel Cork.
You can also arrange Car Hire at the Cork International Airport. Our guest relations team would be happy to make some suggestions for you.
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Port of Cork City Marina
The Port of Cork is delighted to announce that the Port of Cork City Marina is now complete and open for business and is located just a 1 minute walk from the Clarion Hotel Cork. The marina provides approximately 180metres of berthage. In early 2010 the Port of Cork was approached by the Clipper Round the World race organising committee and asked to investigate the opportunity of the Clipper fleet coming up to Cork City Quays. With no suitable facilities available at the time, the Port of Cork quickly saw the opportunity to advance a key aspect of the leisure strategy and to provide marina facilities in the heart of Cork City.