Book a Hotel Near Páirc Uí Chaoimh

Páirc Uí Chaoimh is a stadium in Cork opened in 1976 that hosts Gaelic games like football and hurling. The stadium is home to Cork GAA. Its capacity is 45,000 – making it the 4th biggest GAA stadium in Ireland.

Besides having hosted Cork’s football and hurling finals, it has accommodated musical acts like Ed Sheeran, Michael Jackson, Oasis and Kylie Minogue. The stadium also has space for 500 conference attendees. The stadium is a mere 10-minute drive from Cork City centre and a 15-minute walk from the main bus and train stations.

What’s unique about Páirc Uí Chaoimh is that is has built a 4G Astro Pitch. This pitch is a full size, all-weather, fully floodlit pitch that is available to rent and is used for Cork GAA practices. There is also a premium priority club available that gives access to premium seats, 4 fully stocked bars, a 400-seat restaurant and the best possible views in the stadium.

Maldron Shandon Cork

10 minutes by car

Maldron Hotel Shandon Cork City is a newly refurbished hotel excellently located in the heart of Cork city, near Shandon Bells. Enjoy comfortable, spacious and affordable accommodation that makes an ideal base for exploring the beautiful, historic city of Cork.

Páirc Uí Chaoimh is only a 10-minute drive by car from Maldron Hotel Shandon Cork City. You can take the bus route 202 which will take 25 minutes or opt you can walk to Páirc Uí Chaoimh in 40 minutes.

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Maldron South Mall

30 minutes walking

Maldron Hotel South Mall Cork City is ideally located in the heart of the city, with Cork’s busiest shopping district right on its doorstep – making it perfect for weekend breaks, girlie getaways and even family breaks away.

Páirc Uí Chaoimh is only 2.5km away from the hotel, which is a 10-minute drive by taxi or 20 minutes with the 202 bus. You can easily walk here in 30 minutes or less!

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