Park Inn By Radisson Belfast
Minutes from Belfast Castle, the Titanic museum and Waterfront area, this affordable hotel features vibrant modern rooms, a gym and New York-style bar and grill with an alfresco terrace and fireplace.
Europa Hotel Belfast, Bt2 7ap
Superbly located in the heart of Belfast City Centre, the world famous four star Europa Hotel simply epitomizes indulgence. Having undergone major refurbishment, the hotel boasts 272 exquisite rooms making it one of Northern Ireland?s largest and most luxurious hotels, and the preferred choice of Prime Ministers, Presidents and many celebrities on their visit to Belfast. (GW 04/2013)
Culloden Estate & Spa Belfast
This is an exceptional hotel for any market. It also boasts a large inn and an exclusive health spa including pool. And it offers complimentary car parking. (09/08rt)
Radisson Blu Belfast Belfast Bt7 2jb
Standing chic in the Gaswork district, by the Lagan River, this hotel features contemporary Nordic and city-chic rooms, a sophisticated restaurant and cafe and bar with terrace and fireplace.
With its proximity to the stunning views of the Stormont Parliament and improved facilities, this is a very good 4 star property. All guests have complimentary use of the on-site fitness suite. This hotel offers complimentary car parking facilities. (GW 03/2012)
Maldron Belfast Intl Airport
A nice 3 star hotel if traveling away from Belfast on holiday, and equally a great stop for those wishing to explore the famous sites of Northern Ireland. WiFi available throughout the hotel and there is a large amount of on site car parking too. A good hotel that aligns comfort with convenience. (GW 06/2013)
Classic Irish nightlife
As the capital of Northern Ireland, Belfast is not without its special Irish charms, which can be experienced during a night out on the town. The main area of town, around Victoria Square Shopping Centre and St Anne’s Cathedral, hosts a number of bars and nightclubs that range from chilled-out hole-in-the-wall establishments to pumping clubs that keep the party going until the morning.
Stay at a hotel close to all the action, so you don’t have to worry too much about finding your way home after a fun night out. Hotels such as the Premier Inn, Merchant Hotel, Malmaison and the Ramada Encore ensure that when you do get to sleep, you wake up feeling refreshed and comfortable.
Awesome attractions in the Titanic Quarter
Belfast may have its fair share of nightlife, but there’s a family-friendly side to the city when you discover the historic and fun attractions. The Titanic Quarter, named after the world-famous ship that was built there, is a great place to visit some of the major attractions including the Titanic Belfast (a museum) and the timeless Aunt Sandra’s Candy Factory.
You can spend your time in Belfast close to where the RMS Titanic was built. Stay at the Premier Inn, which has views of the harbour and an on-site restaurant that serves traditional Irish food, or at the Titanic View Apartment, where contemporary and spacious rooms make you feel right at home.
Stay south for nature
South of the centre of Belfast, around University Street, you can find a lot of the city’s beautiful natural landmarks such as the Botanical Gardens, along with greener streets and areas. If you’re staying in the south of town, make sure you watch a production at the Lyric Theatre and see the extensive collection of marine life and art at the Ulster Museum.
The Ibis Queens Quarter doesn’t suck money out of your wallet, while still providing quality service and those relished additions such as extra-long beds. You’re spoilt for choice with other leading hotels including Holiday Inn, Dukes at Queens and Best Western all located in the area.