Great central hotel with modern comfortable rooms. Breakfast could be better. The scrambled egg was like rubber and the only egg selection.
Location was excellent, breakfast was fantastic, rooms were cozy with very comfortable beds. Bathrooms had great quality of shampoo, conditioner, shower gel,hand soap and body moisturizer, no need to bring your own.
Smart modern hotel convenient for City airport and Titanic attraction and Odyssey arena. Friendly staff. Large room with aircon. Didn"t use any facilities as I was only hete briefly but would choose this hotel ahain.
Although this hotel was good in terms of its location it was really noisey. I had asked for a quiet room but had to ask to move rooms again. The rooms were very shabby, run down with stains on the walls and bits of plaster missing in places. Found a ball hair in the shower and the toilet hadn't been ...
A large room with plenty of supplies (towels, tea, coffee, glasses) for four people.
Located in Belfast City Centre, this hostel is within a 10-minute walk of Queens Film Theatre, Queen's University of Belfast and Belfast Botanic Gardens. Ulster Museum and Ulster Hall are also within 1 mile (2 km). Belfast Central Station is 21 minutes by foot.
Staff were excellent - the room however fell short of five star accommodation by quite a bit. Our breakfast was nicely cooked and service was prompt and friendly.
Strengths: beautiful architectural features of building, central location, room luxurious and clean. Not as impressive: dining and staff.
the hotel looks amazing , always clean and tidy and the staff couldnt do enough to help. Beautiful food ,just an overall fantastic hotel .
The Northern Ireland capital, Belfast, is an exciting destination that wears its history on its sleeve, and where you can except a warm reception from its friendly and open locals. Belfast offers chic and cosmopolitan hotels in central locations alongside other modern and well-equipped options with prices ranging from €50 to €125 a night. Outside of the busier summer months, spring is a great time to visit weather-wise, whilst there are plenty of festive attractions on offer at Christmas. Whenever you decide to make the trip, if it’s Belfast hotels you’re after, it’s easy with ebookers.
Belfast is peppered with fine examples of Victorian architecture, which give visitors an impression of one important period of its history as an outpost of British colonial history. The City Hall is a great reminder of this and also houses a memorial to the victims of one of the city’s most famous exports, the RMS Titanic. If you’re interested to learn more about the Titanic, tours are also available around the area where the historic ship was built. Elsewhere, you can go accompanied by a guide around some areas of West Belfast where political murals tell the story of the infamous “troubles”, and the indelible mark they left on the city. And then, when you’ve had your fill of history and culture, you simply must enjoy some of Belfast’s great pub life, sampling a few pints of Guinness in the company of locals. And for those in town at the end of November, whet your appetite for the festive season when the city comes to life with illuminations and art installations as part of the Mount Stewart Light Show.
Belfast really is a unique destination, whose character is bound to leave a strong impression on you. It is also a place that one cannot hope to understand without visiting the sites of its extraordinary history. Whether it’s downtown chic or more budget options that you’re in the market for, Belfast hotels offer something for everyone. When booking hotels in Belfast, remember, its simply easier to book with ebookers.
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