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Terrific hotel, great staff. Shuttle bus from BFS terminal door to 100 yds from hotel £11 return. 2 minute walk to City Centre shops, pubs, restauarants. We'll be back!
Holiday Inn Belfast City Centre£63Holiday Inn Belfast City Centre£63
Good room spacious good bathroom. Breakfast was buffet style and excellent. Staff very helpful, suggested how to get to attractions
Park Inn by Radisson Belfast£43Park Inn by Radisson Belfast£43
The room was very nice and modern. As travellers with one converter, it was wonderful to have USB chargers. THe whole hotel was nice, and we enjoyed the coffee and juice that was available at the front desk. Our only issue was that the door to the toilet is thin and has gaps on the top and bottom, ...
ETAP Belfast£32ETAP Belfast£32
Breakfast could be improve on. Eggs are tasteless, no fruit salad.
Holiday Inn Express Belfast City - Queen's Quarter£52Holiday Inn Express Belfast City - Queen's Quarter£52
Staff very friendly and helpful. Few issues with room that were dealt with initially very quickly however seems communication between staff not very efficient as problem not known to have not been fixed. Good outcome also discount though and sincere apologies. much appreciated
ibis Belfast City Centre£42ibis Belfast City Centre£42
I stayed in one of the apartments next to the actual hotel. The apartment was very big & had all I required for my stay. The apartment could do with a facelift though as the heating & decor definitely require updating. I ate in the hotel bar. The food was reasonably priced & delicious. Overall the ...
Malone Lodge Hotel, an Ascend Hotel Collection Member£64Malone Lodge Hotel, an Ascend Hotel Collection Member£64
Very clean hotel with helpful staff. Concierge was extremely pleasant and knowledgeable about things to do in the area. Hotel is in a good and reasonably safe area. Lots of shopping, restaurants, and attractions nearby. Good value for what you get. Only a short walk to Victoria Square and Belfast ...
Hilton Belfast hotel£73Hilton Belfast hotel£73
Visiting Belfast over night, the Jury’s location can’t be beat. It is close to anything you want to see in the city, especially if you are comfortable walking
Jurys Inn Belfast£52Jurys Inn Belfast£52
We have been traveling for seven weeks and this is by far the best place we have stayed. Comfortable beds, excellent breakfast, and a gracious hostess. Every detail thought through. Not to mention a beautiful view of the sea from the hill side of the glen. A lovely place.
Cullentra House£47Cullentra House£47
Antrim is located just 18 miles outside Belfast, a location which draws many visitors keen on sampling the attractions of the capital city without having to pay the somewhat steeper prices. With two airports located less than a 30-minute drive away – Belfast International Airport and George Best Belfast City Airport – Antrim attracts travellers from all over the world, and its appeal extends far beyond the proximity of Belfast.
The centre of Antrim itself is a bustling market town, rich in character and history and packed with traditional shops, pubs and buildings. While exploring Antrim on foot is a fascinating and pleasurable experience, the countryside surrounding the town is some of the most spectacular in Ireland, with the lakes, forests and hills of County Antrim giving way, further to the north, to the spectacular scenery of the Atlantic Coast.
The combination of urban and rural appeal means that Antrim is popular with a wide and disparate selection of visitors. For many people it is a convenient base from which to travel and explore the cultural and commercial attractions of Belfast, while others will enjoy the chance to enjoy natural attractions such as the waters of Lough Neagh. In light of this, the accommodation in Antrim runs from basic hostels catering to backpackers needing simple bed and board, to luxury country lodges offering spa facilities and family-friendly hotels catering to holidaymakers with children.
For most people, the choice of accommodation they book into will be based upon factors such as the size of their party and the reason for their stay. Keen golfers, for example, might find it convenient to stay in an establishment close to or even adjoining one of the area’s many golf courses, while a guesthouse or bed and breakfast near to the main roads heading north will make exploring the Antrim coast quick and easy. What many people now demand as a standard amenity, however, is the provision of WiFi in their hotel.
It’s surprising to think that just a few years ago the issue of Wi-Fi wouldn’t have played any part in deciding which hotel to stay in. The truth of the matter, however, is that people now spend so much of their life either online or utilising digital communication that the presence of Wi-Fi is often a make or break issue.
Initially, a WiFi connection will be invaluable if you wish to check the opening times and entry fees of local attractions such as Carnfunnock Country Park and the Clotworthy Arts Centre Centre. There are few things more frustrating than travelling to an attraction only to discover it isn’t open for another couple of hours, particularly if you have a couple of excited children in your party.
Another plus point of Wi-Fi access is the ease with which it enables you to stay in touch with people back home. Whether this simply means the convenience of being able to update them on your days out in the Irish countryside, or the reassurance of being able to check on the wellbeing of older relatives or young children, a Wi-Fi connection will put your mind at rest.