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Belfast United Kingdom Accommodations

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The Belfast center is approximately the area of Belfast City Hall and the area of Wheel of Belfast.

Belfast Hotels & Accommodations

Park Inn by Radisson Belfast 4 Clarence St. West, Belfast, BT27GP United Kingdom
  • Affordable property
  • 145 sleeping rooms in hotel
Jurys Inn Belfast in Belfast Fisherwick Place, Belfast, BT27AP United Kingdom
  • Mid-scale Downtown hotel
  • 6 meeting rooms in property
  • Disappointing fruit selection
  • For 83%, parking prices were too high
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Clayton Hotel Belfast 22 Ormeau Ave., Belfast, BT28HS United Kingdom
  • High end hotel
  • Fitness center on property
  • Close to restaurants, bars and the city center
  • Most guests were unsatisified with the snacks
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Hastings Europa Hotel - Belfast Great Victoria St. Belfast, Belfast, BT2 7AP United Kingdom
  • Affordable hotel
  • 12 floors in hotel
Europa Hotel : Gt Victoria St. Gt Victoria St., Belfast, BT27AP United Kingdom
  • High end Downtown hotel
  • Hotel has 12 floors
  • Train station is close
  • Medium sized bathroom
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Ibis Belfast City Centre 100 Castle St. Northern Ire, Belfast, BT11HF United Kingdom
  • Three Star hotel
Bullitt Hotel in Belfast 40a Church Lane, Belfast, BT14QN United Kingdom
  • 4 star Downtown property
  • Hotel has 3 floors
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Holiday Inn Belfast City Centre - Belfast 40 Hope St., Belfast, BT125EE United Kingdom
  • The Holiday Inn Belfast City Centre is centrally located near all forms of transit, such as the train station, bus station, ferry terminal, and Belfast Airport. All of the 250 guest rooms within the hotel provide travelers with a hair dryer, wireless Internet, television, telephone, coffee and tea makers, alarm clock, and work desk. You can also take advantage of the hotel’s restaurant, bar and gym center throughout the day. When you are ready to go sightseeing, just take a few steps outside the hotel to go shopping, visit the Odyssey Arena, or observe the exhibitions at Waterfront Hall.
  • Midscale property
  • Fitness center on property
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The Merchant Hotel in Belfast 16 Skipper St., Belfast, BT12DZ United Kingdom
  • Luxurious 5-star Downtown hotel
  • 6 floors in property
  • Toast limited
  • Excellent facilities
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Hilton Belfast 4 Lanyon Place, Belfast, BT13LP United Kingdom
  • Nestled right up against the Lagan River, the Hilton Belfast hotel offers guests an amazing view. Guest rooms are just as breathtaking, featuring marble throughout the bathrooms. The Sonoma Restaurant and Cables Bar are on-site to take care of your dining needs. The hotel also features free wireless Internet, a fitness facility, room service, and a business center with several meeting rooms. If you are ready to go sightseeing in Belfast, the Hilton will arrange a tour for you. Some sites you won’t want to miss include Belfast Castle, Waterfront Hall, the Botanical Gardens, the Stormont Parliament Buildings, and Linehall Library.
  • 4 star Riverfront property
  • Check in: 3.00pm
  • Vibe was decent
  • Close to the city centre
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Ramada Encore Belfast City Centre : 20 Talbot St. 20 Talbot St., Belfast, BT12LD United Kingdom
  • Extremely close to several attractions, the Ramada Encore Belfast City Centre can be found right in the Cathedral Quarter area of Belfast, Ireland. This is the area where you will find the Victoria Square Shopping Center, Waterfront Hall, and the Odyssey Arena. Each of the 165 guest rooms, including the family rooms, come equipped with a flat screen television, Internet service, tea and coffee makers, and spacious workstations. Other amenities are available if you request them. When you get hungry, just head downstairs for a bite to eat from the SQ Restaurant and Grill or The Hub Bar and Lounge.
  • Mid-scale hotel
Benedicts Hotel 7 To 21 Bradbury Place Belfast, Belfast, BT7 1RQ United Kingdom
  • Affordable property
  • 12 suites in hotel
Tara Lodge : 36 Cromwell Rd.
36 Cromwell Rd., Belfast, BT71JW United Kingdom
  • 4-star Downtown hotel
  • Most guests said the wifi quality was great
  • Room spotless
Holiday Inn Express Belfast City Queen's Quarter : 106 University St. 106 University St., Belfast, BT71HP United Kingdom
  • Located in Belfast City, Ireland, the Holiday Inn Express Belfast is only five miles from the airport, and one mile from the rail station. Of course, if you want to drive to the inn, a free parking lot is available for guests. The hotel prides itself on being family-friendly, and even allows children under 18 to stay and eat free. Amenities are many at the Holiday Inn and include a fitness facility, continental breakfast, free wireless Internet, 24-hour lounge, and a full business center. While in Belfast, you can take advantage of the city and visit the Grand Opera House, Waterfront Hall, and the Carrick-A-Rede Rope Bridge.
  • 3-star Downtown property
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Ibis Belfast Queens Quarter 75 University St. Belfast, Belfast, BT7 1HL United Kingdom
  • Three Star property
  • Hotel has 5 floors
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Cbh Wellington Park Hotel 21 Malone Rd., Belfast, BT96RU United Kingdom
  • Mid-scale property
  • 75 rooms in hotel
Malone Lodge Hotel & Apartments in Belfast 60 Eglantine Ave., Belfast, BT96DY United Kingdom
  • Four-star Downtown property
  • 102 rooms in property
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Park Avenue Hotel 158 Holywood Rd., Belfast, BT41PB United Kingdom
  • High-end Suburban property
  • Access to gym on-site
  • Bar service is acceptable
  • Perfect eggs
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Stormont Hotel Upper Newtownards Rd., Belfast, BT43LP United Kingdom
  • High end Rural hotel
  • Check-in: 15:00PM
  • Food is a bit overpriced
  • Wifi didn't work
Crowne Plaza Belfast : 117 Milltown Rd. 117 Milltown Rd., Belfast, BT87XP United Kingdom
  • 3 star property
Chimney Corner Hotel 630 Antrim Rd., Newtownabbey, BT364RH United Kingdom ~6.75 miles northwest of Belfast
  • 2-star Rural property
  • Check in time: 1.00pm
  • Most guests complained about the bathroom
  • Dirty blanket
Culloden Estate & Spa - Belfastd
Bangor Rd., Belfastd, BT180EX United Kingdom ~9.07 miles east of Belfast
  • Luxury 5-star property
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The Old Inn 15 Main St. Belfast, Belfast, BT19 1JH United Kingdom
  • Three Star hotel
  • Gym / Fitness Center Available
Hilton Belfast Templepatrick Golf & Country Club in Ballyclare
Castle Upton Estate, Ballyclare, BT390DD United Kingdom ~10.15 miles northwest of Belfast
  • High-end Golf Course hotel
  • 129 rooms in hotel
  • Near city centre
  • About half of guests did not like what was on the menu
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Ballyrobin Country Lodge - Aldergrovecrumlin Ballyrobin Rd. 144146, Aldergrovecrumlin, BT29 4EG United Kingdom ~11.67 miles west of Belfast
  • 3-star property
  • Free breakfast available
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C. S. Lewis, one of the most revered English language authors, playwrights and poets of the 20th century, was born and raised in Belfast. Once, in an informal interaction with some reporters, he famously uttered these words:
'Friendship is born at that moment when one person says to another: What! You too? I thought I was the only one. Friendship is not supposed to be forged. It is merely supposed to be acknowledged. It's a tree that stays tall in adversity and blossoms otherwise.”

Few other cities can boast of history as rich in twists and turns as Belfast can. You will also struggle to find a city that has been as politically charged for over three centuries as Belfast. In fact, it would still be an understatement to say that much of Belfast has been carved out of political battles that often tend to transcend boundaries of power corridors and land into the courts of philosophy, ideology and even, at times, theology.

Another factor that influenced the present state of Belfast is the enterprising nature of its people. Ever since the English introduced it with industrial revolution, Belfast and its people have taken it upon themselves to make the most of it, transforming a small town into a major industrial hub in the UK. From producing world-class cotton and linen products to building enormously gigantic ships (remember a certain ship of doom called 'Titanic'?), Belfast houses and runs all sorts of industries today.
To tourists who plan on visiting this city of hard work, a few pointers noted below might come handy.

Affordable Accommodation in Belfast

Belfast is the capital of Northern Ireland. It is the largest city in the region and is often counted among the most developed cities in the world, based on the state of infrastructure, tourism opportunities and population.

Because of these factors – especially because of the fast rising rate of real estate in the city – it has become a tough ask to find cheap hotels in and around Belfast, and quite understandably so. However, if you are much too bent on finding a truly budget hotel while you are traveling to Belfast, the best option for you would be to find independent accommodation options that are rented on weekly basis. Booking well in advance can also help you save a good deal of cash on hotels in Belfast.

Posh Resorts & Suites in Belfast

Belfast is frequented by tourists who wish to traverse the lengths and breadths of Northern Ireland as there is other convenient port of entry for them. Various official and state dignitaries from around the world also have to visit Belfast on various assignments. Because of this, it's quite obvious that there are a number of luxury hotels in Belfast that do not leave any place for discomfort for their guests.

Talking of luxury Belfast hotels, the first and the foremost name that would pop into most minds is that of Tara Lodge. For tourists and businessmen who have frequented Belfast over the years, Tara Lodge is perhaps the last of its kind – a luxury hotel that still manages to retain that stately and comely feeling of real hospitality. Besides this one, there are other hotel-chains that operate pretty standardized versions of themselves. These include Carlton-Ritz, Hyatt, Marriott and Radisson Blu.

Top Things to Do & See in Belfast

When in Belfast, you will do yourself some good service by planning your sightseeing meticulously, as there are quite a few sights to see and things to experience. Over the last decade, on an average, in excess of 5 million people have visited Belfast for tourism and business purposes.

The most popular place in Belfast, at least in last few years, is the 'Titanic Belfast', a monument erected to celebrate the longstanding history of ship designing, building and commissioning that Belfast has developed over two centuries. The monument allows visitors to learn various interesting facts about Titanic and cherish the memory of what has become one of the saddest tragedies of 20th century.

Grand Opera House in the City Center of Belfast is another not-to-be-missed attraction, especially for patrons of the dying art of operas. The building of City Hall is a grand specimen of Irish and English architecture, as well. The Botanic Gardens that are located just outside the city proper will also need a whole day of your schedule.

Kingspan Stadium can also be squeezed in your sightseeing schedule if you have two or three hours to spare.

Know Your Do's & Dont's in Belfast

While in Belfast, there are a few things that are worth paying attention to and worth avoiding, in order not to add any unpleasant surprises to your otherwise impeccably nice Belfast experience.

The only thing to remember before planning your sightseeing schedule in Belfast is to keep it separated in two different parts – sightseeing in Belfast and sightseeing around Belfast.

Some tourists do try to mingle both of these together in order to save some time, but invariably end up not utilizing whatever time they had. That's why, not clubbing sights in the city with those around the city makes much sense.

As far as don'ts are concerned, the only thing you should be careful enough to avoid when in Belfast is trying to squeeze more sights in your already-packed schedule than you can handle. This often leads to mismanagement that further leads to a sense of dissatisfaction over the trip. Also, not falling for the trap of overly cheap hotels can often work in your favor.

Getting Around in Belfast

Belfast is one of the most developed cities in the UK. Owing to that status, the state of infrastructure – local public transport, to be precise – is well and truly impressive. To get around in Belfast, you can choose local bus services and private taxi services. Fitness enthusiasts can rent bicycles on a daily or an hourly basis, as well. Many Belfast hotels have their own private car hire service for their guest. This, however, will cost you above and beyond the accommodation fare.

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