Kingsley Hotel offers rest and relaxation to Cork holidaymakers
The Kingsley Hotel has many new additions to help visitors relax and unwind this summer
The Kingsley is welcoming guests to the riverside hotel this summer to enjoy the new additions to the beloved Cork hotel.
Finola Twomey, director of sales and marketing, said that the Spa had been upgraded “with a sleek new look and a range of gorgeous new treatments, with stylish new tones throughout, from herringbone flooring to fresh colour and paint finishes and a new garden swing as an element of the popular Thermal Suite welcome ritual”.
All nine treatment rooms have been comprehensively refurbished in this chic urban retreat and the latest addition to the premises just unveiled – a Spa Boutique selling products from all the exceptional ranges used in the Spa, including Neom Organics, Kerstin Florian, Natural Spa Factory, and the Handmade Soap Company with the introduction of OTO product range and treatments to the Spa this July.
“Prior to your treatment, guests can enjoy a wide variety of healing experiences in the extensive Thermal Suite including chromotherapy room, heated mosaic loungers, tropical rainforest showers, ice shower, spa pool and a range of heat and steam rooms – the perfect time for you to ground, rebalance and prepare to fully benefit from your therapies,” Twomey said.
All guests booking spa treatments over the value of €65 per person can avail of complimentary access to the Thermal Suite for a full hour prior to treatment.
“We’re passionate about a holistic approach, and the Spa at the Kingsley has a range of signature treatments to enhance your wellbeing, using products that deliver results allied to intensely pleasurable sensory experiences,” Twomey said. “In this luxurious sanctuary, the focus is on natural wellness treatments designed to indulge your body using products made with the finest of ingredients.”
The Spa at the Kingsley delivers a focused and accessible new range of treatments designed to complement this elegant and appealing urban haven.
From relaxation to inviting new guests – if you’re looking for a stylish hotel for you and your four-legged friend, the Kingsley is now a dog-friendly hotel right in the centre of Cork.
Twomey said that dog guests are greeted on arrival with a welcome bag from the team and there’ll be a bed, bowl, blanket and towel set up for you in your room.
“The hotel, on the banks of the river Lee and surrounded by the Lee Fields, is the perfect setting for plenty of scenic walks that you and your canine pal can enjoy together. You can also explore the vibrant city centre, just a bone’s throw away.”
Holidaymakers to Cork and their furry friends can choose the Paws & Unwind package at the Kingsley which includes an overnight stay, breakfast for two in the hotel’s beautiful outdoor dining area or a pet-friendly section in K Lounge overlooking the river Lee, or if you prefer, in your room where you can sneak some breakfast treats from your plate to your expectant pet is available to book now from €215 per room.
With the longer, warmer days upon us, Twomey said that guests can now take advantage of the Kingsley’s brand-new bicycles while staying, complete with chic wicker baskets, helmet and bike lock.
“There are plenty of routes to explore in and around Cork, so whether you plan your route in detail or just take your bike for a wander, you are spoilt for choice.”
With the Kingsley as your base, visit local sights in vibrant Cork city with its many culinary hotspots including the renowned English Market, or head for history and culture with a trip to Blackrock Castle Observatory, the Glucksman Gallery, the Everyman Theatre, Cork City Gaol, Cork Museum, Crawford Gallery and St Fin Barre’s Cathedral as suggestions, each with their own fascinating tale to tell.
Stop off at nearby Fitzgerald’s Park, a quiet retreat from the city, where tree-lined avenues, flower beds and rose gardens make a delightful backdrop to enjoy your freshly prepared picnic, filled with tasty treats from Bean & River at the Kingsley, all neatly packed and ready for you to enjoy.
Set in a stylish and distinctive riverside location on the banks of the river Lee within walking distance from the buzzing cosmopolitan city of Cork, shopping, socialising and cultural attractions are all just a few steps away and the central location allows for easy access to take day trips to the many beautiful locations in Co Cork including Kinsale, Ballycotton and Ballymaloe, said Twomey.
With plenty to offer returning guests and new visitors to Cork, Twomey said: “‘Cork City is already buzzing with activity this summer with Live at the Marquee and more great festivals and concerts planned for the rest of the summer. The outdoor dining options now available all over the city are fantastic, giving visitors to this vibrant city a true taste of Cork culture, food and night life.”