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We chose "en suite" and the space was quite small. The other 2 rooms may be larger and definitely have access to a shared large bathroom. This is a genuine bed & breakfast with the homeowner renting out rooms. Mary is delightful and helpful. She accommodated several of our out of the ordinary requests. ...
Great location 6 min walk to City Hall and Donnegal Square main shopping streets. Easy to walk to Botanical Gardens from here, Ulster Museum, City Hall, everything really. Titanic quarter a pleasant 20 min walk. Very clean hotel its position is next to a pub that does play loud music most nights ...
Having stayed in student halls of residence in the 1970s I was pleasantly surprised by the accommodation offered. En suite rooms and with plenty of power sockets. There was also a common room with TV and a kitchen with fridge etc. The only drawback was the distance from the centre of Belfast - 3km. ...
Belfast, the capital city of Northern Ireland, draws over 7 million visitors per year from all over the world. The combination of traditional Irish hospitality, rich history, a thriving cultural scene and a host of family fun means that it has something to offer to everyone.
While it’s possible to live the high life in Belfast, staying in luxury accommodation, shopping along the “Diamond Mile” on Lisburn Road and dining out in fine cuisine restaurants, it’s not the kind of capital city that prices itself beyond the reach of most people.
The choice of two star hotels within the centre of Belfast means that it is possible for families looking for a budget holiday, or stag and hen nights wanting to save money to spend on food, drink and partying, to find somewhere suitable to stay. Not only is two star accommodation in Belfast affordable and comfortable, but it is also located within easy reach of much of what the city has to offer.
Capital cities tend to have a reputation for being expensive places to visit, from places to stay through transport to things to do. Belfast bucks the trend in several ways – two star budget hotels are available alongside luxury accommodation, and it’s possible to spend a fun-filled day out without breaking the bank.
Attractions in the centre of Belfast that are free to visit include the Ulster Museum in the heart of the Botanic Gardens. The exhibits cover natural history, art and science, all of it brought to life via a mix of objects, galleries and interactive displays. Highlights include dinosaur skeletons and an Egyptian mummy.
For an exploration of more recent history, and a glimpse of the modern-day government of Northern Ireland, visit the Stormont Parliament Buildings in Upper Newtownards Road. Set amid the wide open spaces of the Stormont Estate, the home of the Northern Ireland Assembly is open throughout the week, and free public tours are available when the Assembly is in session.
While Belfast is a thriving 21st century city, the splendours of the surrounding countryside are only a few miles away, and can be reached on foot from a centrally located two star hotel. The hills surrounding the city boast a number of vantage points from which it can be viewed in spectacular fashion. Walk up through Colin Glen or through the woods on Carnmoney Hill and you’ll soon reach the hills of Divis and the Black Mountain.
The two star hotels, guesthouses and boarding houses in the centre of Belfast are all within easy reach of the many bars, pubs, restaurant and art venues that the centre of the city is famed for. By basing yourself here you’ll be able to explore everything Belfast has to offer, as well as having a convenient base from which to enjoy the surrounding countryside and the rural hamlets and villages which represent the tranquil tradition of Irish life. From cosmopolitan city life to art and culture, a two star hotel in Belfast will place you in the heart of Irish life.