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Europa Hotel

Europa Hotel

172 yd from Ulster Hall
    4.0 out of 5.0
     
     

    Located in Belfast Central District, this hotel is within a 5-minute walk of Grand Opera House and Ulster Hall. Belfast City Hall and Waterfront Hall are also ...

    £72 per night for 2 guests

    Europa Hotel£72
    Park Inn by Radisson Belfast

    Park Inn by Radisson Belfast

    40 yd from Ulster Hall
      3.0 out of 5.0
       
       

      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 guests

      Park Inn by Radisson Belfast£43
      Malmaison Belfast

      Malmaison Belfast

      0.4 mi from Ulster Hall
        4.0 out of 5.0
         
         

        Located in the centre of Belfast, this family-friendly hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Victoria Square Shopping Centre, Waterfront Hall and St. Anne's Cathedral. ...

        £79 per night for 2 guests

        Malmaison Belfast£79
        Clayton Hotel Belfast

        Clayton Hotel Belfast

        143 yd from Ulster Hall
           
           

          Located in Belfast Central District, this spa hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Ulster Hall, Belfast City Hall, and Grand Opera House. Waterfront Hall and ...

          £59 per night for 2 guests

          Clayton Hotel Belfast£59
          Radisson Blu Hotel Belfast

          Radisson Blu Hotel Belfast

          0.3 mi from Ulster Hall
            4.0 out of 5.0
             
             

            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 guests

            Radisson Blu Hotel Belfast£56
            One Sussex Place

            One Sussex Place

            0.1 mi from Ulster Hall
              4.0 out of 5.0
               
               

              Located in Belfast Central District, this apartment is steps away from St. Malachy's Church and CitiGolf.

              £62 per night for 2 guests

              One Sussex Place£62
              Titanic Hotel Belfast

              Titanic Hotel Belfast

              1.1 mi from Ulster Hall
                4.5 out of 5.0
                 
                 

                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 guests

                Titanic Hotel Belfast£82
                Bullitt Hotel

                Bullitt Hotel

                0.4 mi from Ulster Hall
                  4.0 out of 5.0
                   
                   

                  Located in Belfast Central District, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Victoria Square Shopping Centre, St. Anne's Cathedral and Belfast City Hall. Waterfront ...

                  £100 per night for 2 guests

                  Bullitt Hotel£100
                  Maldron Hotel Belfast City

                  Maldron Hotel Belfast City

                  141 yd from Ulster Hall
                    3.5 out of 5.0
                     
                     

                    Located in Belfast Central District, this hotel is steps away from Grand Opera House and Ulster Hall.

                    £40 per night for 2 guests

                    Maldron Hotel Belfast City£40
                    Botanic Rest Bed & Breakfast

                    Botanic Rest Bed & Breakfast

                    0.5 mi from Ulster Hall
                      3.0 out of 5.0
                       
                       

                      Located in Queens Quarter, this bed & breakfast is within a 10-minute walk of Queens Film Theatre and Queen's University of Belfast. Ulster Hall and Grand Opera ...

                      £33 per night for 2 guests

                      Botanic Rest Bed & Breakfast£33

                      Pocket Guide: Ulster Hall Ulster Hall Hotels

                      Ulster Hall is at the heart of Belfast and at the heart of some of Northern Ireland’s key cultural and political events. The music venue, nicknamed the Grand Dame of Bedford Street by locals, has hosted some of Ireland’s and Britain’s most famous names ever since it opened in 1862.

                      The building was commissioned with a competition to design a new music venue, and Ulster Hall’s main feature was an enormous pipe organ, to drown out the sounds of the linen factory nearby. The Mulholland organ was restored in the late 1970s and is used at some classical music concerts.

                      Over last 150 years, Ulster Hall has seen appearances by no less than James Joyce and Charles Dickens, who gave readings from A Christmas Carol and David Copperfield in 1869, and the famous Italian opera singer Enrico Caruso in 1909.

                      More recently, Led Zeppelin gave the first performance of their most famous song, Stairway to Heaven, at Ulster Hall in 1971 and punk bands like Stiff Little Fingers, the Undertones and the Boomtown Rats performed there as well as Manic Street Preachers, AC/DC and the Rolling Stones.

                      It is the political rallies that Ulster Hall is more famous for. In the early 20th Century, Lord Randolph Churchill led opposition to William Gladstone’s Home Rule in Ireland bill in the hall, while his son Winston Churchill was locked out several years later when trying to speak in favour of Home Rule. John Tyndall, a Victorian scientist, provoked outrage from both protestant and catholic preachers for putting the case for science over religion. And in 1986, loyalists held a meeting led by Sir Ian Paisley forming an organisation called Ulster Resistance objecting to the Anglo-Irish Agreement.

                      The venue is still one of the most active in Belfast and continues to host classical concerts and pop music, craft fairs and political conferences.