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Rose of Tralee to visit Carrigaline Court Hotel!


Carrigaline Court Hotel to host prestigious Rose of Tralee 2022 tour event!

It has been announced that the renowned Rose of Tralee contest will be making their final stop on their nationwide tour of Ireland in Carrigaline. Contestants from the internationally renowned festival will visit and stay overnight at the Carrigaline Court Hotel on Thursday the 18th August 2022 ahead of the final leg of their trip to Tralee. The visit to Carrigaline is the only stop in Cork on the tour, and Roses from as far as Newfoundland and Sydney will be in attendance ahead of the prestigious contest in Tralee.

 

Speaking at the announcement of the visit, General Manager for the Carrigaline Court Hotel Jerry Healy commented: ‘the Rose of Tralee is known not only in Ireland but around the world, and to have the contestants visit Carrigaline is an honour for the town. We know that the community will join the hotel in providing the Roses with the warm welcome and fanfare that such a renowned event deserves’.

 

The hotel is intending to layout the red carpet for the event, with dignitaries, public representatives and business leaders expected to welcome the Roses who are scheduled to arrive around 5pm, and interest in the visit is expected to be strong across the wider Cork area given the prominence of the event.

Recruitment Open Day


The Carrigaline Court Hotel is delighted to host an open day of recruitment on Friday 25th February from 6-8pm in the hotels Alders Suite ballroom.

The hotel has a variety of jobs on offer, across various departments and ranging from entry level to management roles.

Interested parties are encouraged to pop into the hotel to meet the Management team, and to bring an up to date copy of their CV.

Get in touch!

If you like to get in touch prior to our open day, we would be delighted to answer any query you might have by filling out our contact form below. We offer you the chance to upload a CV (word or PDF file) within the form, which will go directly to our HR Manager, Eilis Howard.

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    Carrigaline Court Hotel to reopen on 29th June!


    The Carrigaline Court Hotel has announced that it will reopen its doors to the public on Monday 29th June in line with Government recommendations for Hotels in Cork.

    The hotel is already accepting bookings for accommodation stays from June 29th, and are delighted to be opening Collins Bar for food service on the same date, both for residents and non-residents. Locals will be able to visit the hotel for breakfast, morning pastries, lunch and dinner. In line with current Government restrictions, the bar will only be able to host guests that wish to avail of food offerings on a table service basis. Visitors will be encouraged to book in advance by contacting 021 4852100, and menu’s will be available to view on the hotel website www.carrigalinecourt.com

    The hotel’s Bistro restaurant will also be opening for dinner service on Saturday evenings from 6pm.

    Following Government guidelines, the hotel has been working behind the scenes on implementing new safety and hygiene measures to mitigate risk and pandemic exposure in the changed environment. New safety protocols have been implemented across all departments and operations, and measures include increased signage promoting good hygiene and social distancing practices, hand sanitiser stations, and increased cleaning schedules across all areas of the hotel.

    The hotel is encouraging a ‘Stay Safe’ preventative mindset approach, with additional customer communications ahead of accommodation guest arrivals, as well as enhanced bedroom cleaning procedures. The hotel has also installed Perspex screens in the Reception area to provide reassurance to hotel guests.reception with increased hygiene measures

    Visitors to the hotel will also need to follow a one-way walking system to manage the flow of customers when visiting the bar and restaurant. The hotel will also be implementing a ‘Meet, Greet & Seat’ dining approach where guests will be greeted on arrival to the Bar and Restaurant, and then will be shown to their seats. There will be a capacity restriction due to social distancing measures, and Customers are encouraged to make reservations in advance due to limited table availability. A reasonable timeframe will also be allocated for each sitting.

    Staff will also adapt their warm greeting that the hotel is renowned in offering, but in a new approach which adheres to social distancing guidelines. For example, waiting staff will be wearing face visors as an additional measure of reassurance for guests. Contactless Card payments will also be encouraged when paying for any food and beverage purchase with a current value of up to €50.

    Behind the scenes, the hotel has also introduced risk mitigation measures such as in adapting the supplier delivery process, and returning hotel staff will need to complete a return to work protocol, including undertaking an Employee Education & Training programme that takes into account new Government recommendations.

    Following the Government Announcement, the Carrigaline Court Hotel General Manager Jerry Healy stated: ‘We’re delighted to reopen the hotel on the 29th June both to visitors and our regular local clients, and look forward to again welcoming our guests to the hotel. The last number of months have been very tough for both the community and the hotel sector in general and we’ve had to adapt our business in line with how society has had to change. The hotel is literally at the heart of Carrigaline both in terms of locality and in a social sense, and by adopting our new ‘Stay Safe’ Approach to ensure that our guests feel confident in returning to the Carrigaline Court hotel, we hope that they’ll feel in safe hands both in terms of the new physical measures implemented, as well as the new social etiquette that our staff will practice’.

    Further information on the Carrigaline Court Hotel’s Stay Safe Approach can be found by clicking here.

    Further information on the leisure centre re-opening can be found by clicking here

    For accommodation offers and to book a hotel bedroom, please click here.