very handy for city centre , had trouble getting in and out of middle bunk.
Staff was friendly and helpful. Good proximity to everything. Walking distance to all the sites.
Ok quality. Beds not very comfortable and pillows were horrible.
Very close to town. Parking is a nightmare so if you stay here you might be best off taking a bus from Belfast, but the rooms are lovely and the breakfast nice
The staff, location, size of room, wonderful breakfast! The staff’s attention to detail and warm hospitality was incredible!!
This was a lovely place to stay. We were made to feel welcome from the moment we arrived. The room was beautiful, clean and tidy and the staff could not have been more friendly and helpful. The breakfasts were very good and we took advantage of the washing service provided. Derry is a lovely city ...
Amazingly friendly and helpful staff who truly go above and beyond. The only reason my rating isn't perfect is because it's hard to call this a 5 star hotel relative to global standards. However as this is the only hotel I stayed at in the area, I don't doubt this is the nicest around.
The hotel is very near all the attractions in the city. There is a car park attached ...which has a connecting door to the hotel at level 3.
Amazing and Ursula was the sweetest! We arrived late so she called a restaurant in town to make sure they would still serve us
Opened to the public in 2011, the £14.6 million Peace Bridge links the two sides of Londonderry, the second largest city in Northern Ireland.
The city covers both banks of the River Foyle, with Protestants largely living on the east bank and Catholics on the west. The impressive Peace Bridge is attempting to bring the two sides closer together and, so far, it seems to be working.
In the past, many Protestants and Catholics have been reluctant to cross the river but the Peace Bridge has successfully tackled the divide. In its first three years, there were more than three million crossings and the landmark structure has become a real focal point for the city.
It has hosted New Year celebrations, the ceremony marking the launch of Londonderry’s City of Culture Year, provided the backdrop for BBC Radio 1’s Big Weekend and staged numerous charity events such as Brides Across the Bridge.
The S-shaped cycle and footbridge connects Ebrington Square on the east bank with Guildhall Square on the west and was designed by Wilkinson Eyre Architects, the firm responsible for Gateshead Millennium Bridge, which spans the River Tyne in England.
It is 312 metres long – about the length of two and a half football pitches – and its construction was funded by the European Union’s Peace III programme.
It took just 18 months to build and about 1,000 tonnes of steel, the equivalent of more than 140 double decker buses, were used to construct a bridge that many see as an iconic symbol of a new Northern Ireland.
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