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Clayton Hotel Belfast - Belfast Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Clayton Hotel Belfast

22-26 Ormeau Avenue, Belfast - Map
"Great Hotel"
Situated in a great spot for easy access to the City. The only downside was the beds were super soft. Other than that, a great hotel. Staff were very helpful too
Traveller from Yateley, Hampshire
Europa Hotel - Belfast Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Europa Hotel

Great Victoria Street, Belfast - Map
"City Centre Hotel near all facilities"
I would recommend this hotel. It's very central, near shops and the bus station is 2 minutes away and the airport bus only takes 15-20 mins. The hop on hop off bus can be booked at the hotel and they pick you up and take you to the 1st stop. The piano bar in the hotel is a hidden gem - beautiful food and cocktails! The breakfast in the hotel is highly recommended. Their attention to using local producers is outstanding with a small handbook in the restaurant telling you where ALL your food has come from.
Traveller from Inverness
Malmaison Belfast - Belfast Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Malmaison Belfast

34-38 Victoria Street, Belfast - Map
"Pleasant but not outstanding"
Hotel staff were wonderful and very helpful. Room was large and clean, small shower room, but sparsely furnished, this may have been due to the fact that the room was designed for a wheelchair user.
A Traveller
This is a Non Smoking Property and the Guest cannot request a Smoking room.More
Jurys Inn Belfast - Belfast Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Jurys Inn Belfast

Great Victoria St, Belfast - Map
"Mixed Bag."
Hotel was extremely well located. We intended to purchase a hop on hop off tour to get around Belfast, but realized we could easily walk to most of the attractions and restaurants in Belfast. If you train into Belfast from Dublin, the hotel is about a mile's walk from the Belfast Central train station. The staff was courteous and attentive. The front desk could not find my reservation when I arrived, but sorted the issue out within a few minutes and comped our breakfast for the duration of our stay. The bar and restaurant food at the hotel was average (not good or bad) and reasonably priced. Our main issue at the hotel was the fact that there was black mold on the bathroom ceiling. Room wasn't dirty, but I wouldn't call it clean either.
Traveller from Charlotte, NC
Radisson Blu Hotel Belfast - Belfast Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Radisson Blu Hotel Belfast

3 Cromac Place - Ormeau Road, Belfast - Map
Good staff , area is excellent The room is clean and nice
A Traveller
Modern red-brick hotel in the GasWorks part of central Belfast, two kilometres from Belfast Cathedral and Ulster …More
The Old Inn Crawfordsburn - Bangor Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

The Old Inn Crawfordsburn

Main Street, Bangor - Map
The Old Inn Crawfordsburn offers unique accommodation in an old coaching Inn which dates back to 1614 - the original …More
Park Inn by Radisson Belfast - Belfast Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Park Inn by Radisson Belfast

4 Clarence Street West, Belfast - Map
"Centrally located"
Clean and comfortable - good value for the price. Enjoyed our stay. Good breakfast.
Traveller from Almonte. On Canada
Hilton Belfast hotel - Belfast Hotels
Rating: 5.0 Stars

Hilton Belfast hotel

4 Lanyon Place, Belfast - Map
"Amazing breakfast.. Central location"
Second trip to Belfast and still love it... Very friendly staff.
Traveller from Israel
Culloden Estate & Spa - Holywood Hotels
Rating: 5.0 Stars

Culloden Estate & Spa

Bangor Road, Holywood - Map
"Fantastic hotel, lovely setting."
Lovely mini break, friendly staff, modern and classy hotel.
Traveller from Plymouth
Travelodge Belfast Central - Belfast Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Travelodge Belfast Central

15 Brunswick Street, Belfast - Map
"Usefully close to the city centre"
The hotel is close to the city centre and near to facilities such as the bus station that has a direct link to the city airport. The Europa mall is nearby and there are enough restaurants and bars nearby if you do not want to eat in the hotel restaurant. I ate in the hotel restaurant once and on that occasion I found the food to be excellent. The staff are as helpful and polite as one could wish for. I would not recommend using the hotel's computer as it eats money. The rooms are clean and well appointed. All in all I thought it was good value for money.
Traveller from Plymouth

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    Before the ceasefire of “The Troubles” at the turn of the century, Belfast was known as a city to avoid. Today, however, an intricate culture has sprouted where conflict once thrived, and Belfast has quickly become a popular destination for tourists.

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    Since the 1600s, Belfast has been an important port city, and there are many ways to look back in time in Belfast. Listen to the lilt of Gaelic speech, walk down streets full of Victorian architecture, or book a “bombs and bullets” tour of West Belfast’s murals. And, of course, there’s the can’t-miss Ulster Museum where you can check out artefacts from the wreck of the Spanish Armada, an Egyptian mummy room, and the Celtic-designed Bann Disc.

    While conflict has been a big part of Belfast’s history, that’s not its only claim to fame. It’s also the city that built the most famous ship in history: the Titanic. Check out hotels in Belfast, Northern Ireland near the Titanic Quarter so you can be close to all the historical sights. Take a walking tour to visit the drawing offices where Harland and Wolff dreamed up their giant beauty, see Titanic Dock where she rested, and find where she first kissed the water. Or, jump on a Titanic boat tour and see the HMS Caroline, Stormont Wharf, and Alexandra Docks.

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