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Overall a good hotel with a great restaurant. Several issues with the room: broken A/C, fridge unplugged, urine smelling toilet- maybe an isolated incident. Staff really helped in fixing issues quickly.
Beautiful heritage building, very conveniently located. Hotel staff is excellent - very friendly and extremely helpful. Room was much larger than expected and well appointed. Hotel food was very good. The only downfall was the noise from the party room and lounge was loud on Saturday evening.
Malone Hotel is a stop on the hop on/hop off bus which is very convenient. Traveled the bus through the city and got a great overview and took advantage of the great stops - - i.e., Titanic Museum
We booked bed only accommodation and did not make use of the restuarant. The welcome we recieved was extremley friendly and we were able to check in at 9am!! The location of the hotel was excellent. Situated to the rear of the train/bus station. It was very central and within walking distance to ...
My husband and I stayed recently. I cannot say a bad word about this hotel. The ambience is perfect and the staff attend to your every need. A super hotel &a spa.
We had a wonderful holiday and the weather was very good as it rained only on one day and cleared up quite quickly and never rained again during our stay.
Our family stayed at this hotel on our trip to Belfast. This hotel is what you would expect from Hilton. Very comfortable, clean and just a short walk to many of the areas attractions and restaurants. The hotel breakfast was very good. You could even ask for omelet's to be prepared if you wanted ...
Great hotel, staff very friendly and incredibly helpful. Piano bar in the late evening was the perfect place to wind down at the end of the day. Location has all the amenities close to hand and is a perfect base for visiting Belfast.
Belfast is the capital city of Northern Ireland and the centre of its government, business and legal structures. It is also a major destination for tourists and location for business conferences. In 2012, it attracted 7.59 million visitors. It’s no surprise, therefore, to discover that the city is packed with four star hotels offering the chance to relax in luxurious surroundings while exploring the city.
The four star hotels in Belfast tend to be clustered around the central district, where the shops, restaurants, bars and arts venues are generally located. It is perfect place to stay if you want to explore the variety on offer in Belfast.
From a four star hotel in the centre of Belfast it’s possible to explore some of the more historic districts and buildings on foot, without having to take advantage of public transport. Belfast City Hall in Donegall Square is an architecturally imposing civic building that is particularly impressive as the sun goes down and illuminations cast a variety of colours and patterns on the walls of the building. Free tours take place throughout the day and City Hall is also home to the tranquillity of the Titanic Memorial Garden.
The Crumlin Road Gaol is located on Crumlin Road on the northern edge of the city centre. A Grade A-listed building originally built in 1846, it has recently been restored as a tourist attraction and unique venue for events such as business conferences. A four star hotel close to the A12 will be just minutes away from the gaol, making it the perfect place to stay for someone who wishes to stage a conference that will live long in the memory of everyone who attends it.
A four star hotel or guesthouse in central Belfast will be just minutes away from the rich and varied cultural offerings of the city. The historic Grand Opera House, opened in 1895, is just a short distance from the stunning Metropolitan Arts Centre, newly built and home to contemporary music, art, theatre and dance, from Belfast itself and around the world.
Whether you’re looking for vibrant stand-up comedy in a room above one of the pubs around the Cathedral Quarter, megastar live music at the Odyssey Arena or traditional theatre at Ulster Hall, you’ll be able to find it all, throughout the year, and just a short journey from the comfort of your four star accommodation.
The plain truth is that there’s plenty happening all year round in Belfast, from shows and concerts to literary, film, theatre and arts festivals. No matter when you visit, you’ll find a city that’s buzzing with events and excitement. Highlights every year include the Belfast Photo Festival, which takes place through June and the spectacular Tall Ships Races in early July.