Maldron Hotel South Mall Cork

94-95 South Mall Street
Cork
Co. Cork, Ireland
T12 EE72

Getting to Maldron Hotel South Mall Cork City

Maldron Hotel South Mall is conveniently located in the heart of Cork City with many of the city’s attraction being within walking distance.

Maldron Hotel Cork South Mall

94-95 South Mall Street
Cork
Co. Cork, Ireland
T12 EE72

GPS 51.8975261, -8.4701647

Directions to the car park

  • Leaving the hotel from South Mall take a right at the light and continue straight (the Garda station will be on your left).
  • At the next set of lights take a left and then an immediate left and you’ll see the Q-Park car park on your left.

Parking from 5pm to 12 noon the following day €8
24 hours parking €13
48 hours parking €26

Travelling from Dublin to Maldron Hotel South Mall

From Dublin (M7 / M8)

  • Take the M7 from Dublin and exit left for Cork sign posted the M8 just after the toll just after Portlaoise and travel straight to Cork;
  • At the Dunkettle Interchange (N25), take 3rd exit to Cork city centre;
  • Junction with R639 at roundabout forward – direction city centre;
  • Travel along Andersons Quay. Forward through 1st set of lights (Penrose Wharf on right) turn left;
  • Take Copley street to South Mall;
  • Continue on Old Station road for 140 metres;
  • Continue on Copley street for 240 metres;
  • Turn left onto Union Quay;
  • Turn right on Georges Quay R610;
  • Turn right onto Parliament Street;
  • Turn right onto South Mall and the hotel will be at the end of the street – 400m.

For bus and train routes please see Irish Rail and Bus Eireann.

Travelling from Limerick to Maldron Hotel South Mall

Directions from Limerick/ Mallow (N20)

  • Start out at Mallow, Cork. Follow signs Cork (N20);
  • Pass through the village of ‘Rathduff’. Junction with R635 (Cork North Ring);
  • At traffic signals turn right (Signposted City Centre-N20). Stay in the left lane;
  • Travel through 6 sets of traffic lights. At 7th set, Statoil Station on your left, Heineken Ireland on your right, go through these lights;
  • Travel straight to the next set of light and travel over the bridge, turning right. The opera house will be in front of you;
  • Turn right immediately after the Opera House take a right towards Half Moon Street;
  • Go straight through you will then turn right onto St. Patrick’s Street and continue along Grand Parade and onto South Mall;
  • The hotel is located at the end of South Mall

For bus and train routes please see Irish Rail and Bus Eireann.

From Cork International Airport

Maldron Hotel South Mall is 8km from Cork International Airport

• On leaving the Airport, continue to the roundabout taking the first exit down airport hill, straight at the lights;
• At the Kinsale Rd roundabout take the 2nd exit travelling on the South Link – continue to the end of the link at the lights take a right;
• Continue along Georges Quay over the bridge onto South Mall;
• The hotel is at the end of the South Mall.

From Shannon International Airport

On leaving the Airport, follow the signs for Limerick.

Public Transport

From Kent Train Station

Maldron Hotel South Mall is only a 10 minute walk from Kent Train Station.

  • Come out of the train station and exit left from the station and following the footpath and head towards the River Lee;
  • Once you are alongside the river you will see the bus station in front of you;
  • The hotel is to the left of the station.

From Cork Parnell Place Bus Station

Maldron Hotel South Mall is opposite Cork Parnell Place Bus Station.

  • Come out of the bus station and exit left and left again and you will see the Hotel’s Italian Kitchen;
  • The main hotel entrance will be on South Mall which is just around the corner.

 

For bus and train routes please see Irish Rail and Bus Eireann.

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