Lovely central location just down from the city hall and a hop on hop off tour has a pick up point basically right outside!
Room had everything you could need. The toiletries were fantastic.
Park inn is situated within a 10 minute walk of the city Front desk staff are friendly and very helpful
Great Hotel, stayed here many times and never had any issues with it. Will be back many times again. Ideal location in the city, staff are great, breakfast has a large selection and is superb quality..
Room was nice and clean, staff helpful, breakfast was fresh and tasty, sitting areas and bar was very pleasant and relaxing, however music from speakers was too loud in evening for conversations. Parking voucher for parking garage appreciated
Clean rooms, friendly helpful staff, great location
Incredibly helpful staff. Excellent facilities and some lovely touches in the room. Highly recommended.
Loved this hotel! Beautiful old building in the middle of everything. Easy walking access to everything Belfast has to offer.
Loved our stay! All we could have asked for in a convenient location
Belfast City Hall is an imposing sight – it sits on the edge of the shopping district and looms over the shoppers, dividing them from the business area on the other side of the city centre. It has strong links with the Titanic – it was referred to before construction began 1898 as “the Stone Titanic” – and features a memorial garden for the sunken ship.
Plans for Belfast City Hall were first drawn up in 1888 after it was officially given the status of city by Queen Victoria. For a time, Belfast was Ireland’s largest city, overtaking Dublin, because of its industrial expansion with factories producing rope and linen, as well as the Harland and Wolff shipyard.
The building was completed in 1906 and became the home of Belfast City Council. Visitors can take part in official guided tours of Belfast City Hall and see the interior of the building from the Dome, the robing rooms where the aldermen would put on their ceremonial gowns, the council chamber and the great hall. The marbled halls are illuminated by stained glass windows featuring the Belfast coat of arms and portraits of kings and queens.
The gardens outside are a popular lunchtime venue for office workers to enjoy their sandwiches, but it also holds the Titanic Memorial Garden with a statue to commemorate the drowned sailors and passengers. The memorial features a plaque with the names of all 1,512 people who died, known as the Belfast List.
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