"very nice hotel not far from the Botanic Gardens."
The people were very friendly,streets were clean . the only downside was that the shops closed early on Friday night,
We toured around on the city tour bus and got a real sense of the changes since the 1960s
but we enjoyed it and would recommend it to others,
The main purpose of our visit was Mothers, Union General Meeting at the Waterfront Hall and a service in St Anns Cathedral in the city ,both venues were excellent and is worth a visit.
The perfect hotel for a mini-break in Belfast. It's right in the heart of the city, within walking distance of all the main attractions and a stone's throw from the Europa Bus Station and a dozen pubs. The ideal location! It's a newly-built hotel so everything is in excellent condition. Rooms are a good size and contain all the basic essentials. Beds are new and extremely comfortable. Staff are very friendly and accommodating. Nothing is too much trouble. There's an on-site restaurant, which was much more expensive than other local eateries. Inexpensive, quality meals can be found within a short walk in any direction, so there's always a choice.
Belfast is a city recovering from troubled times. The tourist industry is helping their recovery. Many new hotels have opened in the last five years, but you'd go a long way to better the Travelodge.
We arrived at 9am on the Friday 17th and asked if we could leave our luggage in one of there rooms until we could check in at 2pm,to our surprise the staff said we can have our rooms now and use there facilities.
Staff where ever so helpful.
We booked into the Dukes at Queens after cancelling our booking at another hotel due to the horrible state of the room. Changing to the Dukes at Queens was the best decision we made. The room was a good size, and the fit out is perfect. Modern, luxury feel and just perfect for a hotel room. The bed is HUGE and is extremely comfortable. The bar/restaurant downstairs is also good - I would recommend the Sunday carvery. The hotel doesn't have secure parking, but the street parking is free and easy to get a park. The staff are pleasant and helpful. We enjoyed our stay so much that we decided to go back again later in our trip and have re-booked with the Dukes at Queens for another 3 nights. This is a hotel that I will definitely be recommending to anyone traveling to Belfast. You won't regret booking this hotel.
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