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Clayton Hotel Belfast - Belfast Hotels

Clayton Hotel Belfast

22-26 Ormeau Avenue, Belfast - Map
4.1 out of 5 (480 reviews)
Europa Hotel - Belfast Hotels

Europa Hotel

Great Victoria Street, Belfast - Map
4.3 out of 5 (774 reviews)
Malmaison Belfast - Belfast Hotels

Malmaison Belfast

34-38 Victoria Street, Belfast - Map
4.1 out of 5 (168 reviews)
This is a Non Smoking Property and the Guest cannot request a Smoking room.More
Malone Lodge Hotel & Apartments - Belfast Hotels

Malone Lodge Hotel & Apartments

60 Eglantine Avenue, Belfast - Map
We only had one night at this gem of a hotel, and sincerely wish it was much more. Staff were fantastic and had arranged an upgrade to the Malone Suite which exceeded all expectations. The bar had live Irish music and a good selection of meals (our choice for dining as the restaurant was closed for a function).
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The Fitzwilliam Hotel Belfast - Belfast Hotels

The Fitzwilliam Hotel Belfast

Great Victoria Street, Belfast - Map
4.6 out of 5 (783 reviews)
ETAP Belfast - Belfast Hotels

ETAP Belfast

35 Dublin Road, Belfast - Map
Travelodge Belfast Central - Belfast Hotels

Travelodge Belfast Central

15 Brunswick Street, Belfast - Map
"Central, simple "
Staff were lovely, great advice on city & parking
Traveller from Australia
Stormont Hotel - Belfast Hotels

Stormont Hotel

Upper Newtownards Road, Belfast - Map
4.3 out of 5 (212 reviews)
Jurys Inn Belfast - Belfast Hotels

Jurys Inn Belfast

Great Victoria St, Belfast - Map
3.9 out of 5 (817 reviews)
Wellington Park Hotel - Belfast Hotels

Wellington Park Hotel

21 Malone Road, Belfast - Map
3.6 out of 5 (175 reviews)

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    Accommodation In Belfast

    It has a notorious history, but these days Belfast is a safe city to visit. And a fun one. There’s hard-partying nightlife, indulgent shopping and rich historic attractions, including the birthplace of the Titanic. Book your Belfast hotel with us for a destination where a night at the theatre, a pint of ale or a lovely green park are never far away.

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    The capital of Northern Ireland, Belfast is most well-known for “the Troubles”, the 30-year conflict between Catholics and Protestants over Northern Ireland’s constitutional status. In 1998, the Good Friday Agreement granted Northern Ireland self-governance and ended the violence. Belfast is also the city where Harland and Wolff built the RMS Titanic from 1909 to 1912.

    Things to do

    The Grand Opera House is Northern Ireland’s top theatre, and its spectacular oriental-style auditorium hosts a range of performances, including opera, dance and comedy. The Lyric Theatre is another superb place to catch a show, and Northern Ireland’s only full-time producing theatre. Ulster Museum is located in Belfast’s Botanical Gardens, so you can visit two awesome sights at once. The Gardens is well-known for its Palm House Conservatory, while the museum is home to dinosaur skeletons, Egyptian mummies and great works of art.

    Built on the former Harland and Wolff shipyard, Titanic Belfast keeps the memory of the ill-fated ship alive. It has nine interactive galleries including a dark ride through a shipyard and a selection of artefacts. History buffs can find plenty more to keep them fascinated in Belfast: St. Anne’s Cathedral, the Albert Memorial Clock and Carrickfergus Castle.

    Legend has it that when Jonathan Swift gazed upon Cavehill he thought it resembled a sleeping giant, and the idea for Gulliver’s Travels was born. While it may not make you want to write a book, this towering basalt hill offers views of the whole city. When the sky is clear you can even spot Scotland over the ocean.

    Don’t forget to experience a night out in Belfast. There are live music venues, dance clubs, even places where you can catch traditional Irish music.

    Shopping and dining

    Belfast is home to sensational shopping: high street fashion boutiques, shopping streets like Royal Avenue and Donegall Place, and the CastleCourt and Victoria Square shopping centres. Belfast’s dining scene is a joy as well: cafes and brasseries, international cuisine and no shortage of fish and chips.

    Getting here

    Once you’ve booked your Belfast accommodation, take a look at our cheap flights to Belfast and get around Belfast by public transport or hire car. It’s a titanic place to visit.