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The capital of Northern Ireland and a cultural hub for the United Kingdom, Belfast is a city where Celtic tradition blends with modern architecture to offer a diverse tourist experience. The city offers a range of accommodation to suit the needs of any visitor, from backpacker hostels perfect for exploring on a shoestring, to more extravagant five-star hotels for a more sophisticated stay.
Visitors looking to save money on their trip should check out our range of hostels in Belfast. West of the River Lagan, in the area surrounding the beautiful Botanic Gardens, you'll find several backpacker hostels offering en-suite and shared dormitories, with most of them including breakfast. There are also several hotels near Queen's University in Belfast, allowing you to easily enjoy the city's vibrant nightlife, while the nearby Ulster University, home to collections of fine art, is a cultural hotspot not to be missed.
For those seeking a more lavish experience of Northern Ireland's capital, there are a number of five-star hotels in Belfast at the northern end of the river. The impressive and modern Waterfront Hall venue is also in this area and offers the chance of catching a big-name act right on your doorstep. The venue has played host to the likes of comedian Billy Connolly and local musical legend Van Morrison, among others. If you’re interested in staying in this part of the city, have a look at our hotels near Waterfront Hall in Belfast.
The Gaeltacht Quarter in the west of Belfast is a must-visit for those interested in traditional Irish culture. In this neighbourhood, the Irish language is widely spoken and arts organisations such as the Aisling Ghear Theatre Company are devoted to preserving folk traditions. Booking a hotel in the Cathedral Quarter gives you the chance to absorb Belfast's rich artistic offerings, while staying closer to the heart of the city. Street performances are common throughout the day and evening, while there are galleries and workshops devoted to photography, printmaking, and the work of local disabled and deaf artists at the ADF Gallery. Consider the Fitzwilliam Hotel Belfast or the Malmaison Belfast if you’d like to stay in this part of town.
During your stay in Belfast, be sure to branch out from your hotel restaurant and explore the city’s fantastic food scene. The city centre and Cathedral Quarter are home to fantastic restaurants and buzzing bars, with a recent culinary renaissance drawing world-class chefs to the city. For an atmospheric taste of Belfast’s thriving food scene, be sure to check out St George’s Market. This is one of the city’s oldest attractions, dating back to the 1890s, and is the last covered Victorian market remaining in the city. Each Saturday and Sunday, you can find stalls selling food from across the globe, alongside delicious produce from local artisans and producers. If you’d like to stay in this area of the city, have a look at our hotels near St George’s Market..
A short walk from Windsor Park, home of the Northern Ireland national football team, you'll find Eglantine Avenue and Wellington Park. These two streets are lined with guesthouses that ensure you'll be at the heart of the action on match day. You might also want to consider our range of hotels near Balmoral Golf Club, founded over 100 years ago, which remains a favourite among golfers on holiday in Belfast.
As the capital of Northern Ireland, Belfast has a range of hotels to choose from if you’re visiting on business. The Waterfront Hall boasts many meeting rooms and event spaces, and the main auditorium is home to several business expos each year. As you’d expect, business hotels in Belfast can also be found throughout the city centre.
There are a number of options when it comes to getting around Belfast. The city centre itself is quite small, meaning it's easy to explore on foot. Otherwise, the city’s Translink public transport system can help you travel from A to B. Buses run between all major points in the city, with the network centred on Donegall Square, the central hub home to Belfast City Hall. All the major routes either start or pass through the square.
If you enjoy your time in Belfast, you may want to explore some of the country's other destinations. Get a great deal in Northern Ireland’s second city with our hotels in Londonderry, or look at our Antrim hotels and discover the beautiful countryside outside Belfast.