Ratings based on 61 Verified Reviews

They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
3.7 out of 5
90% of guests recommend
4.0 Room cleanliness
3.7 Service & staff
3.3 Room comfort
3.8 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
We double-checked.
5 out of 5
Recommended
for Business Travellers
by A verified traveller

This traveller left a rating score only Posted 28-Aug-2014 on Hotels.com
5 out of 5
Recommended
by A verified traveller

This traveller left a rating score only Posted 27-Aug-2014 on Hotels.com
3 out of 5
Recommended
by A verified travellerfrom Dublin

My stay

Posted 22-Aug-2014 on Hotels.com
This is not a real hotel but rather student accommodation being rented out for the summer. Rooms were basic with nice comfortable bed and ensuite with shower toilet and basin. Breakfast was good. I would be happy to stay there again. There was no tv or tea making facilities in the room.
4 out of 5
Recommended
by Nialfrom Liverpool

Great for short stays

Posted 21-Aug-2014 on Hotels.com
Lovely setting and surroundings. Breakfasts are delicious and generous. Only downside is the size of the shower. But not enough to stop me going back again
5 out of 5
Recommended
for Personal Event
by Alisonfrom Winnipeg, Canada

fantastic place!!

Posted 28-Jul-2014 on Hotels.com
I was very impressed by my stay at the village. The rooms are simple and small, but clean and great for one person. Room service comes every morning to clean rooms. Each morning, a full and very tasty continental breakfast is included with the cost of room!!! There is a separate kitchen with microwave, tv, and fridge on the same floor as the room. It is supplied with dishes and cutlery, and I found this very helpful for the times that I didn't want to eat out. There is a grocery store right by the village!! Fantastic!! I will come back again when I am in Belfast!!!
4 out of 5
Recommended
for Students
by Englishmanfrom London

Cheap - but you get what you pay for

Posted 1-Sep-2013
Pros: A full breakfast (good) is included at no extra cost. There is a nice communal kitchen (but note no kettles are allowed in the bedrooms).
Cons: Plumbing is very noisy indeed - a prolonged buzzing for 5 mins after every flush! Shower cubicle too narrow. No proper wardrobe, just rail and curtain
Location: It is walkable in 30 minutes from the Europa bus station and only 10 minutes from the Botanic Gardens and award-winning Ulster Museum.
I took a photo of myself in the room... and it looks like I'm in a prison cell, but the difference is you are free to come and go and if you don't plan on spending much time in the room why pay more? Breeze block walls won't be to everyone's taste but though spartan, the room is warm, clean and secure (accessed by no fewer than three card-swipe doors). I recommend a visit to Belfast's newest tourist attraction (as of November 2012) Crumlin Road Gaol because not only is it the best visit in town (it knocks the Titanic Centre for six) but the cells are also an interesting comparison with this university hall of residence! The hall comprises a cluster of 'village streets' - I was in Ash Road...or was it D Wing?
3 out of 5
Recommended
for Everyone
by fran

Good budget accommodation

Posted 27-Aug-2013
Pros: Nothing much
Cons: This was student accommodation
Location: Fine good access to a shop & transport to centre of city
Just OK for 1 night not more! Not good for more nights. Shower too tiny.
5 out of 5
Recommended
by A verified traveller

This traveller left a rating score only Posted 20-Aug-2013 on Hotels.com
4 out of 5
Recommended
for Personal Event
by Marie

This traveller left a rating score only Posted 19-Aug-2013 on Hotels.com
4 out of 5
Recommended
for Personal Event
by Leonfrom Ireland

Good for those on a budget

Posted 18-Aug-2013 on Hotels.com
I stayed for 3 nights in Elms Village and for the cost it was good value for money. As others have noted the room itself is very basic but I just needed a place to sleep so it wasn't a problem. There is a separate common area (on each floor I believe) with a kitchen and television so there is somewhere to hang out if needed, also the sockets are more accessible in the common area compared to the bedrooms (the sockets in my room were more or less level with the desk) so if you have an odd shaped charger, such as the one for my MP3 player, you can recharge the device there. The accommodation is close enough to the city centre; I walked there and back each day but there is, what appeared from the real time information at the stops at least, a reasonably frequent bus service to/from the city centre which stops close the main gate. The only real complaint I would have about the accommodation is the noise which has been pointed out by other reviewers - this was not limited to students either, other more 'mature' guests were also at it, noise seemed to travel easily so the loud conversations these other people were engaging in were very audible in my room - the doors do slam quite loudly also, so if you are a light sleeper (which I am not) you may want to bring earplugs. Overall it's a good place to stay if your budget is limited, I would stay there again if I need a place to sleep in Belfast if I am on a limited budget again.