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Great place to visit, very friendly, not too expensive. Lots to see and do . Titanic exhibition is a must, a cab through the trouble areas - thought provoking and a game of thrones tour brilliant fun. Superb countryside and visit The Giants causeway. Holiday Inn Belfast good place to stay and flew ...
A great hotel which we needed at short notice due to hurricane flight cancellation. We stayed in the nearby apartments rather than the main hotel and although it was spotless, the bedroom furniture was very dated and the small kitchen could do with updating its hob/oven. That said, the main hotel ...
Really enjoyed this hotel. Had been on a tour and ended here. They gave us an upgrade too and we didn't have to change rooms. Quiet, good location, good food and convenient for heading to Belfast international. Express bus just around the corner.
Grest location . Excellent staff including William the porter who was enthusiastic and passionate about the building and its history on arrival. All staff at all points were attentive and helpful and their uniform adds to the stay experience. The room we had was well appointed with the only thing ...
Lovely hotel and staff are pleasant but a little pricey for breakfast and car parking considering the cost of a room. Waiting staff in the hotel need more training when taking orders and setting tables. Overall I would book again for the convenience to the Waterfront Hall but would only book a special ...
Everything from the food to the staff was Great, my only issue was arriving to be told the facilities (sauna/spa/pool) close early on the weekend, as I was there from 4.30pm sat for the one night it was a bit of a disappointment. Made up for it by being allowed usage of the facilities even after ...
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.