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Robert and Penny were quite helpful, and proved to be good cooks. The Saturday night dinner was excellent. The location of the lodge is quite central for visiting everything in Northern Ireland. The rooms were very clean and comfortable for a multi-night stay.
Great hotel just a short walking distance out of city centre. Nothing was too much trouble for the staff and they were very friendly and helpful. The room was spotless and comfortable and the room was well stocked with tea and coffee. Lots of restaurants and eating places very close by so didnt need ...
Needed a room for 2 nights but ended up with an amazing apartment. Very nice and good value.
We found the staff to be very helpful and obliging, The room was comfortable although the latch on the double glazing window was broken and the staff could not open the drinks fridge door. However, we were supplied with ice to keep drinks cool. The TV programmer batteries ran out but a new one was ...
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 ...
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 ...
Fabulous hotel, with great size rooms and bathrooms. Very comfortable beds and nice bedding. Great food & drink also. Good location and higly recommend.
We had a wonderful stay, pleasant staff and good breakfast in the morning. Not your usual continental breakfast. Comfortable room and great amenities.
Belfast is the largest city in Northern Ireland and the capital. It is served by two airports, Belfast International, 15 miles west of the centre, and George Best Belfast City Airport, which is based in the city centre itself. Every year, more than seven million visitors flock to Belfast, making it by far the most popular tourist destination in Northern Ireland.
There are hotels of every type in the centre of Belfast, a testament to the fact that it offers a staggeringly diverse range of attractions. For some, it is the place for a family break, with adventure centres, museums, galleries and parks more than able to keep the kids happy for a week or two. Increasingly, the city is being chosen to host business meetings and conferences, and the allure of the famous Irish nightlife is enough to attract students from all over Europe.
This diverse clientele has led to an equally wide ranging hotel offer in Belfast. Depending on your needs, you can crash out in a cheap but comfortable hostel, sample the five star delights of a luxury hotel in the centre of the city, stay in a cosy bed and breakfast nearer to the outskirts or book a cutting-edge boutique hotel in one of the more bohemian districts. For many people, however, Belfast is coming to be seen as the ideal place to book a romantic break.
It’s not too difficult to see why more and more couples are choosing a Belfast hotel as the scene for their romantic break. Firstly,l there is the layout and architecture of the city centre itself. Book a hotel on the waterfront or near to City hall and you’ll be able to explore the streets and alleyways of the city centre hand in hand on foot. From the banks of the River Lagan you can stroll past the boutique shops and trendy eateries of the exclusive Lisburn road, explore the dreaming spires of Queen’s University or perhaps pack a picnic and spend the day relaxing in the fresh air and wide open spaces of Ormeau Park.
If you’re looking for a good night out, then you’ve come to the right place, but a raucous pub full of people downing Guinness and singing along with traditional folk songs might not be your idea of romance, so choose with care. Book a hotel room in or close to the bohemian Cathedral Quarter and you’ll be spoiled for choice when it comes to stylish bars, cutting-edge nightclubs and bijou restaurants offering delicious modern cuisine across candlelit tables set for two. The added advantage of choosing just the right hotel is that you won’t have far to walk back to your room after your romantic night out has ended.
Of course Belfast, being in Northern Ireland, is about much more than urban sophistication. Some of the wildest and most striking landscapes in the world are just a few miles away. Book a hotel close to the A55 West Circular Road and you’ll be staying in the shadows of the imposing Divis Mountains. No matter what the weather, a few hours exploring the hills, forests and fields of this part of Belfast will put a spring in your step and the colour in your cheeks.