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Grand Central Hotel Belfast
Reviewed on Oct. 18, 2020
Reviewed on Oct. 18, 2020
Botanic Rest Bed & Breakfast
Reviewed on Sep. 26, 2020
What Is a Hostel?
If you're hoping to find a low-cost place to stay in Belfast, one of its 7 hostels could be a great choice for you. These dorm-style accommodations come in quite a few shapes and sizes, but they all have a few qualities in common:
- Low prices
- A social setting
- Shared rooms (though many hostels offer private room options too)
By going with a hostel in Belfast, you can spend less on accommodations and set aside more of your trip funds for exploring during your stay. You can check out this destination's cultural highlights, such as its museums, and the gardens create an appealing natural setting.
Hostels in Belfast
You might be asking, what are some favorite hostels in Belfast? Based on reviews from our customers, these options have positive ratings:
Queens University Belfast - Elms Village - Located within a 20-minute walk of Queen's University of Belfast and Ulster Museum. Guests can enjoy free breakfast, free WiFi, and a shared/communal kitchen. You'll find showers and desks in all rooms.
John Bell House- Campus Accommodation - Located within a 5-minute walk of Grand Opera House. Property features include free WiFi and an elevator. You'll find showers and desks in all rooms.
Vagabonds Belfast - Located within a 10-minute walk of Queen's University of Belfast. Guests can enjoy free breakfast, free WiFi, and free parking. You'll find towels, showers, and linens in all rooms.
Paddy's Palace Belfast Hostel - Located within a 5-minute walk of Queen's University of Belfast. You can take advantage of free breakfast and free WiFi, as well as free parking. Rooms come with showers.
Kate's B&B - Hostel/Backpacker - Located within a 10-minute walk of Queen's University of Belfast and Belfast Botanic Gardens. You can take advantage of free breakfast and free WiFi, as well as air conditioning. You'll find TVs and coffee/tea makers in all rooms.
When Is the Best Time to Visit Belfast?
Good weather's definitely a plus when you're experiencing new places, so here's a little information that might be helpful:
- The hottest months are typically June and July, while February and January are the coldest months
- January-March: Daytime temperatures average 51° F and nighttime temperatures average 35° F
- April-June: 66° F is the daytime average and 38° F is the nighttime average
- July-September: Daytime averages are around 65° F and nighttime averages are around 47° F
- October-December: The average temperatures are 58° F during the day and 36° F at night
- Average rainfall is 1.22 inches in a year
What Can I Do in Belfast?
Depending on what you're interested in, you might like these places to visit:Top Sights
- Belfast City Hall
- Grand Opera House
- St. Anne's Cathedral
- Belfast Botanic Gardens
- Dover Street Millennium Park
- Boucher Road Playing Fields
- Ulster Hall
- Waterfront Hall
- Titanic Belfast
Overall, Belfast is known for its:
- University life
How to Get to Belfast and Around the Area
You can fly into the closest airport in Belfast (BHD-George Best Belfast City), 2.6 mi (4.2 km) from the city center. Another option is Belfast (BFS-Belfast Intl.), situated 12.2 mi (19.7 km) away. After you've arrived, you might want to use public transit to get around. If you're hoping to explore more of the area, make your way to Belfast Central Station to catch a train.