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Belfast is a heritage city focused on developing amazing attractions, promoting food and drinks scene, and vibrant nightlife. There are many interesting neighbourhoods where you can choose your Belfast hotel.

Central, Gaeltacht and Titanic Quarter are some of the popular neighbourhoods to stay where you have the best of city in your fingertip. From luxury resorts to cheap hotels and self-catering apartments, visitors can choose from a range of accommodation in Belfast. If you’re looking for cheap hotels, Queens Quarter is the best option. The sumptuous Victorian guesthouse, stylish hotel chains and all-inclusive resorts are great for your low cost accommodation Belfast.


The capital of Northern Ireland, Belfast is a new city in many ways with a huge list of beautiful attractions, drawing millions of tourists every year. This second largest city on the island of Ireland has some of the best things to offer you that you need from a relaxing and exciting holiday break. From restored Victorian architecture, modern art, a fantastic foodie scene and music-filled pubs, over the years, the city has undergone a remarkable transformation. Today, Belfast is a bustling party town and is home to many luxury Belfast hotels and luxury shopping malls.

The capital city is world famous for being the birthplace of the RMS Titanic and you’ll find a big museum which is reminiscent of a ship’s hull, as well as shipbuilder Harland & Wolff’s Drawing Offices and the Titanic Slipways. The city also boasts a thriving art and culture scene including both traditional to contemporary. If you plan a holiday to the heritage city, Belfast, you’ll not only get to discover several fascinating things but also get an opportunity to imbibe vibrant culture, history and meet super-friendly people.

Where to stay

If you’re planning for your Belfast holiday and are wondering about where to stay in the capital city, the Queen’s Quarter, Cathedral Quarter and Central neighbourhood may be the best pick. These neighbourhoods are filled with vibrant culture and architecture. There are numerous accommodations in Belfast and you’re guaranteed to find every style of properties from 5-star hotels, guest houses, hostels and self-catering apartments within your budget.

If you’re a music lover, book your stay in Victoria Square, where you can watch some of the best shows in the country. For first-time visitors, Central Belfast can be the best place to stay as the area is lively, vibrant and filled with lots of entertainment options and the train stations are also within walking distance. Cheap hotels in Belfast are available away from the touristy grid that are also equipped with complete facilities for the comfort of the guest. Book cheap flight and hotels in Belfast from Alpharooms to get great deals.

Things to do

Belfast is a fascinating city known for its shipbuilding past and dynamic arts scene. Holidaymakers all across the globe visit this town for its superb attractions, coolest pubs, great shopping experience and literary inspiration. Visitors can look for many amazing walking, bus and taxi tours to enjoy the historical past and cultural magnificent that the town has in offer.

The area is filled with attractions like Belfast Zoo, Ulster Museum and W5, which are best suited for families. Apart from that, uncover the true legend of Titanic where it began. Here you can explore the shipyard, walk the decks and travel to the depths of the ocean. Visitors will enjoy walking on the streets of town which are adorned with mural art and Victorian and Edwardian buildings. The city is surely on the front-end of some major international attention with some excellent attractions like Powerscourt House & Gardens, Marlay Park, The Wonderful Barn, Tintern Abbey, Donegal Castle and Mitchellstown, among others. Cheap holidays to Belfast can be planned with some extra planning and advance booking of the accommodation.


There are many cool pubs, nightclubs and entertainment venues for you to experience an unforgettable night out in Belfast, Ireland. Visitors can choose from an unending and diverse bars and nightclubs clubs, which are all within walking distance from each other.

The exciting, and colourful nightlife of Belfast will be one of the highlights of your Belfast holiday as there are plenty to offer from great live music to selection of craft beers, delicious cocktails and a lively ambiance to let you enjoy a great night out any time of the year. Whether you are looking for a laid back drink in an old-fashioned pub, eating dinner on a rooftop restaurant or a live music bar, the city has everything to satisfy different preferences. One of the most famous bars in Belfast is the Crown Liquor Saloon, so make you pay a visit here.

Eating out

The busy city is particularly strong on cafes, restaurants and bars, offering some interesting food from low to mid-range prices. Eating out on your Belfast holiday is going to be the joyful experience taking you on a distinct gastronomic journey. From wining and dining at the truly traditional Irish venue to upscale restaurants run by celebrity chef, visitors will be floored by the unlimited choices that the city has in offer for insatiable foodies.

Indulge in some of the best fish & chips and seafood, which are served in most of the restaurants along with exotic drinks. If you seek something very luxurious dining experience visit the Michelin star restaurant Eipic by award-winning chef Danni Barry. The deep rustic flavours of the food served here are absolutely out of the world. For casual dining, Graze restaurant is a good pick while for cheap eats and children friendly ambiance, John Long’s Fish & Chips is a great choice.


The capital of Northern Ireland, Belfast offers shoppers the ultimate retail therapy with plenty of choices. From big brands to unique boutiques and high street fashion, there are a wide range of shops that will pleasantly take you by surprise. Visitors come to this city for various shopping facilities to shop handmade contemporary jewellery, exquisite Irish linens, ceramics and art. The Steensons Ltd, Smyth & Gibson, Victoria Square are some of the most popular stores where you’ll find all these products.

Make sure to shop at the Victorian market in Belfast-St George's Market as you’ll get to browse through 248 fascinating stalls, selling tempting range of local produce, fish, speciality food and local art with live music in the backdrop. Finish your shopping with a hot coffee or a delicious meal at the city’s best eateries to make the experience even more wonderful.

Fast Facts About

  • Nearest airports: Belfast International Airport
  • Flight time from London: 1 hours, 25 minutes
  • Language: Irish and English
  • Currency: Euro



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10/10 Amazing

30 September 2013

city break

Young city with plenty to see and do

The best thing about my stay was ...

lots to offervthe tourist

10/10 Amazing

21 August 2012

Great City

We found this city to be one of the loveliest we have visited. The people were so so friendly and helpful. There is so much to see, do and absorb there! We took a bus tour - Red Bus. That was brilliant! We also went to the Giant's Causeway - this you must do! Incredibly wonderful and spectacularly beautiful.

The best thing about my stay was ...

The friendly people and the variety of things to do there.

10/10 Amazing

18 November 2011

Lively City

Not enough time in the day to see everything. City bus tour was really good

The best thing about my stay was ...

The shops

10/10 Amazing

21 March 2011


Great buzz about belfast - went to belfast for a concert at the Odyssey. Stacks of things to do & see in Belfast - the Irish have a great sense of humour !

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10/10 Amazing

06 August 2012

Belfast centre

Lovely city, very friendly people. Enjoyed bus tour and Titanic Exhibition, lots of great shops and shopping centres. St George's market well worth going to on Sunday. Loads of pubs and restaurants to chose from. The Crown Bar and TGI were the ones we visited.

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All of it was excellent.

10/10 Amazing

22 November 2010

Great value shopping

Very impressed with christmas shopping choice. However, Belfast christmas market stocked mainly food stalls.

The best thing about my stay was ...

Shopping and sightseeing experience

10/10 Amazing

07 November 2012

Belfast is Fab!

Belfast is a fab place to shop. All the shops you will ever need is here! People very friendly.

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10/10 Amazing

07 October 2012

Fantastic city

People so friendly. Amazing restaurants and great for shopping!!

10/10 Amazing

11 June 2012


Loved Belfast fabulous city, lovely people lots to see, really liked it

10/10 Amazing

10 December 2013

very central

great for shows and shopping

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10/10 Amazing

11 June 2012


Belfast was buzxing

10/10 Amazing

04 April 2012

Lovely City

Belfast is a lovely and friendly place, a really nice shopping adventure.

The best thing about my stay was ...

lovely resturants and bars

10/10 Amazing

13 September 2010

busy Belfast

Belfast was buzzing, lots of shoppers, good pubs and restaurants

The best thing about my stay was ...

social aspect and shopping

10/10 Amazing

18 June 2012


We went to see the Titanic and do some shopping - both went beyond our expectations - would highly recommend

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10/10 Amazing

03 October 2011

First timer in Belfast

Visiting city for the first time and found a fantastic place with wounderful people. The red bus hop on hop off tour is brilliant the guides are first class and so good I did it twice. Good shops pubs and food that are out of this world. Music on the streets was so good I wish that I had had time to find some in the pubs, but alas , not on this trip. The development around the Titanic area is interesting and will get even better,the university and zoo area are a great place to wander. I will be back.

The best thing about my stay was ...

The pubs, the food and the people

10/10 Amazing

05 May 2011



10/10 Amazing

10 February 2013



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10/10 Amazing

17 September 2012


Great city for shopin eatin out an nite life brill

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8/10 Great

24 September 2012

Good lively city

We are only a 50 minute drive away from Belfast so are very familiar of it. It was an ideal location as the shopping is very good. You have a great variety of places to eat in and also a good selection of pubs and clubs to choose from.

The best thing about my stay was ...

Plenty to do

8/10 Great

15 October 2012

City with a lot of attractions!

Belfast is a fab city, with plenty of shops and night life. Everyone is friendly and the pubs are all buzzing!!

The best thing about my stay was ...

the people