The UCC has made arrangements at the following hotels that are nearby the summit. You are encouraged to book early as Cork is a summer destination and an accommodation may be hard to find.
- Cost: 146 per night for B&B
- Contact: +353 21 493 7704
In order to get this rate, please call to book one of the rooms held quoting the code UCCA140622 or guests can use the online function but need to add the code UCCA140622 in the ‘Group Code’ field. Yet, the code cannot be copied and pasted as the code needs to be typed in for it to work.
Rooms must be booked before the 19 April.
UCC Corporate Rate for B&B on the 15 and 16 June
- Cost: €240 per night single room & €280 per night double room
- On the 17 June – Single = €515 and Double = €525
In order to get these rates, please call and dial 1 for reservations once you get through between 9 am – 6 pm. Please noted the UCC Global Summit with the reference number: 238720.
Other options include:
Fernroyd House – Home away from Home https://www.fernroydhouse.com/#/view0
Killarney House – a step away from UCC
University College Cork – Summer lettings: https://www.uccsummerbeds.com/en/
Student Affairs Ireland has booked a 5 bedroomed apartment (located very close to UCC) for delegates who will attend the Global Summit from 13 – 18 June. View the apartment in the following link:
Cost: €250 for the week (13 – 18 June) per person.
Cork airport is located 6 km from the city centre and 7.5km from University College Cork. A taxi journey, with little traffic, takes approximately 20 minutes and costs approximately €20. Everything you need to know about Cork airport, including transport connections, is available on the Cork Airport website at http://www.corkairport.com/
There are several intercity bus companies operating routes to Cork. Bus Eireann is the national bus company run by the government (http://www.buseireann.ie/). Aircoach (http://www.aircoach.ie/) is a privately owned company as is GoBus (http://www.gobus.ie/), both of which operate a direct service from Dublin airport to Cork city centre. The journey from Dublin airport to Cork city will take approximately 3 and half hours. Regular bus services connect Shannon Airport to Limerick, from where you may take a bus or a train to Cork: the journey takes less than two hours. For up-to-date information about connections from Irish airports to Irish cities log on to the bus companies website or check out the airports’ websites.
If you have any questions on room options please contact Nóirín Deady at firstname.lastname@example.org.