Spending the night at the airport
Cork airport remains open 24 hours a day, so you can spend the night inside the terminal if you have an early flight in the morning. Even so, it is possible that the security staff will ask to see your ticket. Although the place is usually quiet at night, it is recommended to have a mask, earplugs or headphones.
Where to rest: There are not many places where you can catch some sleep, but in the food court and the bars of the second floor you can find comfortable, padded benches. Another option (by paying or through different memberships) is to use the airport's VIP lounge, which has more amenities and privacy, although it closes at night. On the other hand, inside the grounds there are two hotels.
Baggage: As there are no luggage storage offices, you will have to keep your bags with you until check-in.
Eating and drinking: Stores inside the terminal close at night, so the only available options will be vending machines.
Wi-Fi: The service is free and unlimited.
Other services available around the clock: ATMs.
Inside the grounds are located the Cork Airport Hotel (Tel +353 214 947 500) and the Cork International Hotel (Tel +353 214 549 800). Some alternatives nearby include: Travelodge Cork Airport (Tel +353 214 310 722), White Lodge B&B (Tel +353 214 961 267), Doughcloyne Hotel (Tel +353 214 312 535), Hillcrest House (Tel +353 214 891 178), Maryborough Hotel & Spa (Tel +353 214 365 555), MariaVille House Bed & Breakfast (Tel +353 214 316 508), Brookfield Village (Tel +353 214 804 700), Hayfield Manor (Tel +353 214 845 900).