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Holidays and hotels in Belfast

Hotels in Belfast

Ideal for romantic long weekends or as a base for exploring more of what Northern Ireland has to offer, Belfast has accommodation options to suit all. As a university city, Belfast has a quirky and youthful edge to it, which is well reflected in its array of mid-budget and cheap hostels and one-of-a-kind hotels.

The River Lagan flows through Belfast, carving the capital city up into bustling neighbourhoods. These neighbourhoods are full of history, culture and lively evening entertainment. Belfast also serves as a gateway city to the splendour of Northern Ireland, including natural wonders and endless visitor attractions. There’s little wonder it’s one of the UK’s most popular holiday destinations.

Where to stay

City centre

First-time visitors to Belfast will have their pick of hotels in the city centre; from stylish and luxurious to cheap and cheerful. As the beating heart of the city, the central area is where you’ll find museums, shopping centres and traditional pubs. You’ll also be well located on your holiday for quick and easy access to other neighbourhoods, either by foot or public transport.

Queens Quarter

Home to Queen’s University, Belfast has a thriving student population just south of the city centre. The Queen’s Quarter is where you’ll find an abundance of B&Bs, backpacker hostels and budget rooms - all sitting close to lively pubs, cafes and restaurants. Tourist attractions, such as the Palm House and Botanic Gardens, can also be found in this area, while public transport can whisk you into the city centre within minutes.

Cathedral Quarter

Huddled around Saint Anne’s Cathedral is the aptly-named Cathedral Quarter, just minutes away from the hustle and bustle of the city centre. This area has a reputation for being the coolest hub for local creatives; expect to find street art, quirky cafes, art centres and large-scale sculptures in this popular neighbourhood. The handful of high-end hotels in the Cathedral Quarter are a little pricier than others in the city, but they promise a stylish and unforgettable stay.

What to see

Belfast is full of landmark sights to tick off your holiday bucket list from the moment you step foot in the city; from the Albert Memorial Clock in Queen’s Square to The Big Fish ceramic mosaic sculpture on Donegall Quay. The city is also home to a number of interactive museums, exhibitions and visitor attractions that the whole family will lap up. One of the most recent attractions is the Titanic Belfast, a museum dedicated to all things relating to the RMS Titanic. The ship was built and launched in Belfast, and the museum takes visitors on a journey through nine interactive galleries. Other family friendly attractions nearby include W5, an interactive science centre with seasonal events and temporary exhibitions. That’s not forgetting Crumlin Road Gaol, a former prison that hosts guided tours (and paranormal investigation events for brave adults).

Those who like to escape the chaos of city life will enjoy Belfast’s close proximity to the great outdoors. Panoramic views across the city and nearby mountains await those who journey to Divis and the Black Mountain, located just a 15-minute drive out of the city centre. Meanwhile, the iconic Giant’s Causeway, made up of 40,000 basalt columns, can be reached within just 70 minutes.

Last but not least, Northern Ireland is also home to a huge number of Game of Thrones filming locations for super fans.

Nightlife

Whether you’re into chilled cocktail lounges or late-night parties, Belfast has something to please everyone. The city centre is the hub of all local nightlife, complete with live music venues and pubs in cosy historic buildings. Upmarket jazz bars, luxurious restaurants and performance venues can all be found dotted around the main city, too. Meanwhile, Queens Quarter is home to inexpensive student haunts and atmospheric bars, perfect for a budget but memorable night out.

What to eat

With an abundance of restaurant chains, elegant Michelin star restaurants and casual cafes, there’s no shortage of places to eat in Belfast. Start your day off right with an Ulster fry up, a carb-filled plate of potato pancakes, soda bread, bacon, sausages, black pudding and fried eggs. During the winter months, an Irish stew is one of the best things to eat for a hearty, warming dinner; made with Irish lamb, potatoes and vegetables, the dish is served in cafes and restaurants across Belfast. For dessert, try barmbrack, a traditional sweetened bread that’s made using dried mixed fruit and cinnamon.

Shopping

You’ll want to leave room in your suitcase for the inevitable holiday purchases you’ll make in Belfast. Home to countless shopping centres, outlets and independent shops, the city is a heaven for shoppers seeking souvenirs and gifts with a difference. Victoria Square and CastleCourt are two of the city’s main shopping centres, each filled with dozens of international and local brands.

For shopping with a unique twist, head to the indoor St George’s market on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays. It’s been running in some form or another since 1604 and is now one of Belfast’s oldest attractions. As well as live music and fresh produce, the market is home to stalls selling a variety of quirky gifts and holiday souvenirs.

Fast facts about Belfast

Direct flight time from London: 1 hour 15 minutes

Transfer time from Belfast International Airport: 43 minutes

Time zone: GMT

Currency: Pound sterling

Language: English

Average price of a domestic beer: £4

Average price of a bottle of wine: £6


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Belfast Reviews

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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

Lively

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 !

The best thing about my stay was ...

People

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.

The best thing about my stay was ...

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.

The best thing about my stay was ...

Shops

10/10 Amazing

07 October 2012

Fantastic city

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

10/10 Amazing

11 June 2012

Belfast

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

The best thing about my stay was ...

nightlife

10/10 Amazing

11 June 2012

Good

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

Buzzing

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

The best thing about my stay was ...

Shopping

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

Belfast

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10/10 Amazing

10 February 2013

GREAT

HAD A GREAT FEW DAYS IN BELFAST. PEOPLE VERY FRIENDLY WOULD GO AGAIN.

The best thing about my stay was ...

EVERYTHING

10/10 Amazing

17 September 2012

great

Great city for shopin eatin out an nite life brill

The best thing about my stay was ...

nitelife

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