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Located in Belfast Central District, this eco-friendly hotel is within a 5-minute walk of Ulster Hall and Grand Opera House. Belfast City Hall and Waterfront ...
£43 per night for 2 guestsPark Inn by Radisson Belfast£43
Located in Belfast Central District, this eco-friendly hotel is within a 15-minute walk of St. Malachy's Church and Ulster Hall. Waterfront Hall and Belfast ...
£56 per night for 2 guestsRadisson Blu Hotel Belfast£56
This hotel is located in Belfast (Titanic Quarter), close to Titanic Belfast, Odyssey Arena and Waterfront Hall. Also nearby are St. Anne's Cathedral and Belfast ...
£82 per night for 2 guestsTitanic Hotel Belfast£82
Located in Queens Quarter, this hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Queen's University of Belfast and Ulster Museum. Belfast Botanic Gardens and Ulster Hall ...
£64 per night for 2 guestsMalone Lodge Hotel, an Ascend Hotel Collection Member£64
Belfast is a large, vibrant city on the east coast of Northern Ireland, located close to the River Lagan and with docks that lead directly to the Irish Sea. As well as being the largest city in Northern Ireland it is also the capital, home to the most important government, financial and media institutions.
Belfast is served by two airports. Belfast International is located 15 miles to the west of the city, whilst George Best Belfast City Airport sits right in the middle of the city itself. Of the seven million people who visit Belfast every year, more than four million arrive by air from all over the world, and the first thing they generally do is head for their accommodation.
The range and variety of people drawn to Belfast is reflection of the eclectic nature of what the city has to offer. For some it is one of the party capitals of Europe, providing ample opportunity to sample the legendary Irish craic. For others it is a vital business venue, with several conference centres and important financial and commercial institutions. It shouldn’t be forgotten, either, that the bustling city centre is also only a few miles away from the spectacular scenery of the unspoiled Northern Irish countryside.
No matter what brings you to Belfast, you’ll be able to find accommodation that meets your budget and requirements. From cut-price two star guesthouses to unique boutique hotels in the more bohemian parts of town, all the way through to hostels catering for backpackers needing little more than a bed for the night, every type of accommodation is in plentiful supply.
Although it is a busy, large city, Belfast offers ample opportunity to relax in the fresh air and enjoy some greenery. The mountain and hills, some of which have featured as the backdrop to Game of Thrones, are just a short drive away, but there are also several green spaces and parks within the boundaries of the city itself.
Some of the most famous and popular green spaces include Cavehill Country Park, Victoria Park and Botanic Gardens. There are also more than 14 golf courses in Belfast, as well as forests and meadows, and a lesser known spot such as Carnanmore Park is the perfect place to head for if you want to get away from it all for a few hours.
Carnanmore Park is situated in west Belfast, six miles outside the centre, next to the Colin Glen River and forest park. The easiest way to find it is to take the A501 out of the city centre before forking left onto the B102 Stewartstown Road. Facilities include a children’s playground and football pitches. There is a walkway along the northern bank of the river, making it easy to find somewhere quiet and secluded in order to enjoy the peace and tranquillity and perhaps have a picnic.
If you’ve got children who need some space to let off steam, or you simply wish to enjoy a break from the noise and excitement of big city life, then Carnanmore Park is an easily accessed haven of calm and serenity.