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ibis Belfast City Centre - Belfast Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars
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ibis Belfast City Centre

100 Castle Street Northern Ire, Belfast - Map
 
 
"Central Hotel"
I would always stay in this hotel when going to Belfast. It's close to shops and everything that I need. It doesn't look great from the outside but don't be put off by this.We ate our breakfast here and there was plenty and a good variety, you wouldn't leave hungry. The tea was good quality and good sized mugs.
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The Merchant Hotel - Belfast Hotels
Rating: 5.0 Stars
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The Merchant Hotel

16 Skipper Street, Belfast - Map
 
 
"GREAT BOUTIQUE HOTEL WITH A WARM BELFAST WELCOME"
We were staying to go to a concert and enjoyed cocktails and tea in the bar.
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A historical building, in The Merchant you are surrounded by historic grandure, ebuillent cherubs, antiques and objects d' …More
Jurys Inn Belfast - Belfast Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars
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Jurys Inn Belfast

Great Victoria St, Belfast - Map
 
 
"Does a job"
Hotel is okay and does the job of providing a bed for the night and a reasonable bar for a drink. Arrived 7.30pm on a Sunday and was told the restaurant is closed but there was bar food. For the room rate charged I would of expected to get a decent meal. The room was bland, adequate and clean. On the plus side the staff were very good, pleasant and helpful.
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Travelodge Belfast Central - Belfast Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars
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Travelodge Belfast Central

15 Brunswick Street, Belfast - Map
 
 
Excellent staff and good location. Bit noisy at night - Both street noise and loud guests in the wee small hours. Would stay again.
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The Fitzwilliam Hotel Belfast - Belfast Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
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The Fitzwilliam Hotel Belfast

Great Victoria Street, Belfast - Map
 
 
"Perfect location, beautiful lobby."
Stayed here many times, worth the extra for the signature rooms. Lovely place and superb staff.
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ETAP Belfast - Belfast Hotels
Rating: 2.0 Stars
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ETAP Belfast

35 Dublin Road, Belfast - Map
 
 
Malmaison Belfast - Belfast Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
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Malmaison Belfast

34-38 Victoria Street, Belfast - Map
 
 
"Great place to stay! "
Just returned from our short stay with The Mal Belfast. The hotel is very well situated for exploration of the city and served as a great base for our trip. The staff were all very friendly and helpful adding to the enjoyment of our stay. Our only slight negative would be the carpet in room 407 could benefit from a clean as it is badly stained in parts. All in all, great place to stay!
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Europa Hotel - Belfast Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
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Europa Hotel

Great Victoria Street, Belfast - Map
 
 
"Great hotel in a central location. "
Stayed one night for a city break in Belfast. The standard double we stayed in was very nice and luxurious. Would be happy to stay again.
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Park Inn by Radisson Belfast - Belfast Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars
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Park Inn by Radisson Belfast

4 Clarence Street West, Belfast - Map
 
 
"Would highly recommend!"
I had a lovely stay at this hotel. Was close to the centre, room was very comfortable and bathroom was clean. I do not have any bad things to say about this hotel!
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Ramada Encore Belfast City Centre - Belfast Hotels
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Ramada Encore Belfast City Centre

20 Talbot Street, Belfast - Map
 
 
"Clean hotel in a good location ."
The hotel reception/staff were friendly and helpful . The room was tidy and cleaned each day , and the food in the resaurant was good.
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    Pocket Guide: Belfast Albert Memorial Clock Tower Hotels

    Belfast is the largest city in Northern Ireland and its capital, being the centre of government, commerce and the tourist industry. More than seven million people per year visit the city, many of them arriving via Belfast International Airport or George Best Belfast City Airport. Visitors range from business people taking advantage of the conference centres in the city to families using it as a base from which to explore the rest of Ireland.

    One thing all visitors to Belfast have in common is that they’ll be given a genuinely warm welcome, whichever part of the city they stay in. Whether the accommodation you require is a five star luxury hotel or a budget-priced, family-run bed and breakfast, you’ll discover the fabled Irish hospitality is a fact and not merely a cliché.

    Architecture in Belfast

    The range of architecture on view in Belfast city centre is eclectic and impressive, and makes exploring on foot an absolute pleasure. Buildings range from the Victorian splendour of the Lanyon Building at Queen's University to the imposing Edwardian façade of the City Hall on Howard Street, and there are smaller gems such as the quirkily titled Crown Liquor Saloon and the Albert Memorial clock tower.

    Finding the Albert Memorial Clock Tower

    The Albert Memorial Clock Tower is located at Queens Square in Belfast, close to the point at which Bridge End, the A2, crosses the River Lagan, and it is one of the most easily recognised landmarks in the whole of Belfast. The streets around the square are packed with hotels and guesthouses of every kind, from national chains to independent boutique accommodation, so no matter what kind of accommodation you’re looking for you can find something suitable just a short walk from this historic attraction.

    The History of the Albert Memorial Clock Tower

    The design of the clock tower originally came about following a competition held in 1865, in which entrants were invited to design a memorial to Prince Albert, the late consort of Queen Victoria, who had died in 1861. The winner was WJ Barre, also responsible for the design of Ulster Hall, a concert hall on Bedford Street in Belfast. The memorial is constructed from sandstone and is designed in the Gothic style. It cost £2,500 to build and work on it was complete by 1869.

    Design Features of the Clock Tower

    The tower is 113 feet high and local legend has it that an intrepid youth climbed to the top of the tower to get a better view of the launch of the Titanic. There are carved heraldic lions around the base of the tower, a statue of Prince Albert himself and the time is marked by the ringing of a two- tonne bell.

    The Leaning Clock Tower

    For many years, the Albert Memorial Clock Tower leaned over by four feet, making it an Irish rival to the famous Leaning Tower of Pisa. This is because it was originally placed on wooden foundations in soft, reclaimed land around the River Farset, although restoration work in recent years has corrected the tilt as well as cleaning the stonework of the tower.

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