Very pleased with hotel in a very convenient part of town. Room hot however and no air con. Opened windows but lots of noise from traffic etc outside.
Very good value and city centre location. Would have appreciated tea making facilities
Jury’s in Belfast is very centrally located and staff are brilliant- can’t speak highly enough of staff But there was no air con in the non executive rooms - we did have fans but were not really any help the rooms were hot and very stuff - it was warm outside - 20-22c but as you can only open window ...
Staff was extremely friendly and helpful. Breakfast was very nice. Got an upgraded room without asking. Will definitely stay here again.
Well located, nice, comfortable. To us it was an expensive breakfast for what it was. I wish there was recycling in hotel rooms in Ireland.
Good concept and design of hotel. Room on twelfth floor was a decent size, well fitted bathroom, and comfortable bed.
Excellent location and friendly staff in joyed my stay
Great location, spacious room, decent breakfast, friendly staff
A nice, modern, hotel in a good location for the city centre and with a multi-storey car park next door. The room was large with air con, so it was very comfortable. Just avoid the buffet breakfast - it's free for a reason!
Over seven million visitors a year flock to Belfast, the capital city of Northern Ireland, and they come for a host of different reasons. Some of those visitors will be students, backpacking their way across Europe sampling the nightlife of the major cities and looking for a hostel in which to crash for the night. Others will be families keen to explore the traditional holiday fun on offer, in the form of museums, a zoo, parks and the surrounding wide open countryside. The chances are that a family of this kind will want to stay in a cosy, welcoming, traditional bed and breakfast.
At the other end of the spectrum are business people who travel to avail themselves of the 21st century conference facilities on offer across Belfast, and opt to stay in the luxury of one of the five star hotels to be found in the centre of the city. Whatever brings you to Belfast, you can rest assured that the accommodation on offer is plentiful and varied, and that you’ll be able to find a room which is perfectly placed to allow you to explore the city.
Exploring Belfast is something best done on foot, since this gives you the opportunity to experience at close hand the range and variety of the architecture on offer, from imposing Edwardian edifices and baroque Victorian monuments to the stunning modernism of an exhibition space like Titanic Belfast. It’s through walking, what’s more, that you’ll discover the many shops crowding the Belfast streets.
Belfast offers retail therapy of every kind, from artisan farmers’ markets to independent craft and gift shops, but for the widest possible choice and most convenience, the ideal place to head for is the Castle Court Shopping Centre.
The Castle Court Shopping Centre is located in the heart of the city of Belfast. It is close to popular landmarks and tourist spots like Belfast Central Library, City Hall and the Linen Hall Library. One of its main entrances faces Royal Avenue, a pedestrianised street, and the centre as a whole is well served by public transport links from all over Belfast.
There are over 80 separate stores under the one roof at Castle Court, plus 15 different places to eat and drink. Whether you’re looking to pick up some fashion bargains, toys for the kids, gifts to take back home or just a few everyday essentials, you’re bound to be able to find exactly the right shop, with all of the household high street names you could think of represented.
The centre is open from 9am to 6pm six days a week and from 1pm to 6pm on Sunday. Facilities include a shopmobility service for those with restricted movement, a soft play area for kids aged between two and five and dedicated parents’ rooms, which feature a changing table, bottle warmer, microwave oven and a nappy dispenser.
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