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Jurys Inn Belfast

Fisherwick Place, Great Victoria Street,Belfast,BT2 7AP
Belfast
Jurys Inn Belfast is an excellent 3-star hotel located in the heart of Belfast city close to all the main cultural and entertainment attractions in the...
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Malone Lodge Hotel And Apartments

60 Eglantine Avenue,Malone Road,Belfast,BT9 6DY
Belfast
In the leafy suburbs of South Belfast, discover one of the Northern Irelands finest four star hotels. The centrepiece of a beautiful Victorian...
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Europa Hotel

Great Victoria Street,Belfast,BT2 7AP
Belfast
The Europa, one of the world's most famous hotels located in the heart of Belfast, is superbly located, close to all major rail, ferry, air terminals and...
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Stormont Hotel

587 Upper Newtownards Road,County Down,Belfast,BT4 3LP
Belfast
Belfast's premier four star hotel Our 109 bedrooms, (including 2 suites and 4 self-catering apartments), offer guests the highest standards of...
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Ramada Encore Belfast City Centre

20 Talbot Street Cathedral Quarter,Belfast County Borough
Belfast
Refresh, Relax and Rest at the Ramada Encore Belfast City Centre. Youll be able to work or unwind in comfort, deep in the heart of everything Belfast...
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IBIS Belfast City Centre

100 CASTLE STREET,Belfast
Belfast
IBIS Belfast City Centre is a modern 124 bedroom hotel located downtown within Belfast City Centre, close to the shopping district, business,...
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Malmaison Belfast

34-38 Victoria Street,Belfast
Belfast
The newest and coolest hotel in Belfast. Located on Victoria Street in the heart of the city, close to the Cathedral Quarter, Waterfront Hall and...
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Hilton Belfast

4 LANYON PLACE, BT1 3LP BELFAST,Belfast
Belfast
The air-conditioned conference hotel provides 198 modern accommodation units for business and leisure travelers alike. Amenities include a lobby,...
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Radisson Blu Hotel Belfast

THE GASWORKS, 3 CROMAC PLACE,BELFAST,BT72JB
Belfast
The modern and stylish Radisson Blu Hotel is in Belfast centre within the new and developing Cromac Park area. The hotel has 120 spacious guest...
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Maldron Hotel Belfast

BELFAST INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT,BELFAST,BT 29 4ZY
Belfast
Located at Belfast International Airport. Only 50 meters from terminal building. Contemporary luxury and style awaits you at the 4 star Maldron...
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The Fitzwilliam Hotel Belfast

Great Victoria Street,Belfast
Belfast
Located on Belfasts Great Victoria Street, right beside the glorious Grand Opera House, in the very heart of Belfast. A contemporary hotel in a...
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Travelodge Belfast Central

15 Brunswick Street,Belfast
Belfast
City centre budget hotel, the ideal location to base yourself while working or visiting Belfast. Travelodge Belfast Central is a central hotel close...
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Park Avenue

HOLLYWOOD ROAD 158,BELFAST,BT4 1PB
Belfast
The Park Avenue Hotel, Belfast, is a three star property close to Belfast City Airport and only ten minutes from the heart of the city. The hotel...
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Wellington Park

MALONE ROAD,BELFAST
Belfast
With the Ulster Museum and Botanic Gardens on its doorstep, and many of Belfast’s top tourist attractions within walking distance, the 4 star Wellington...
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Holiday Inn Belfast City Centre

40 Hope Street,Belfast,BT12 5EE
Belfast
Holiday Inn Belfast City Centre is located in the centre of Belfast City, with Victoria Square Shopping Centre, Ulster Hall and the Grand Opera House all...
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Park Inn by Radisson Belfast

4 Clarence Street West,Belfast
Belfast
Perfectly located in the heart of Belfast City Centre close to Belfast City Hall, Ulster Hall, Grand Opera House, Belfast Eye, the Golden Mile and all the...
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Holiday Inn Express Belfast City-Queens Quarter

106A University Street,Béal Feirste,BT7 1HP
Belfast
In the centre of Belfasts lively University Quarter, this 3-star hotel is perfect for the value conscious traveler within 2 minutes of the many...
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Clayton Hotel Belfast

22 Ormeau Avenue,Belfast,BT2 8HS
Belfast
Clayton Hotel Belfast is a contemporary 4 star hotel. The hotels 170 superior bedrooms are equipped with air conditioning, power showers, modem...
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Culloden Estate and Spa

142 Bangor Rd,Holywood,Belfast,BT18 0EX
Belfast
Culloden Estate and Spa affords a wonderful location, set high on the wooded Holywood Hills which overlooks Belfast Lough and the County Antrim coastline...
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Benedicts Hotel Belfast

7-21 Bradbury Place,Belfast,BT7 1RQ
Belfast
Benedicts hotel is centrally located near downtown Belfast. Offering an Irish breakfast each morning, free wi fi, local cuisine in the Benedict’s...
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Belfast Overview

Energetic capital city

 

Belfast sits on the north east coast of Northern Ireland. This bustling energetic capital city is a popular weekend break destination. Art, culture, shopping, entertainment and history bring visitors in ever increasing numbers. You choose what type of weekend you fancy. The old city centre is packed with places to go and things to do. The Cathedral Quarter and the Linen Quarter are great areas to explore on foot. The surrounding countryside and coastline is perfect for wild walks, top class golf and historical sites.

 

Picnic lunches in the sun

 

The monumental Belfast City Hall sits proudly in the heart of the city. The grounds are busy with visitors admiring the Victorian façade and the Titanic Memorial. During the summer you will also find the local Belfast population enjoying a picnic lunch in the beautiful surroundings. The area north of the City Hall is busy with shops, markets, bars and restaurants. There are several large shopping centres with the area around the Victoria Shopping Centre particularly popular.

 

Explore the Titanic Quarter

 

Belfast plays a significant part in the history of the Titanic. The doomed liner was built in the Harland and Wolff shipyard on Queen’s Island. The area is now known as the Titanic Quarter and is home to the impressive Titanic Belfast – a massively popular visitor attraction that sits on the very slipway the Titanic was launched from. Beyond the city and the dockyards, Belfast acts as the perfect base from which to explore the wild north eastern coast of Ireland. The Giant’s Causeway, the Antrim Coast Road and the picturesque coastal towns of Portrush and Portstewart are all within one and a half hours by car.

 

Things to do in Belfast

 

Eat and drink in Belfast

 

From the lively pubs serving top quality bar meals to a wide range of cafes and restaurants offering the best in local produce, Belfast is a real food lover’s destination. The city is busy with excellent cafes and restaurants alongside coffee shops and take away stops. The Cathedral Quarter is a cultural hotspot and there are some nice cafes as well as bars and restaurants in the area. If you want to go straight from food to a night out you might prefer the lively Queen’s Quarter. This area in South Belfast is home to Queen’s University and the choice of bars, restaurants and clubs reflects the local population.

 

Top Tip:

Start your day with an Ulster Fry. You may not need to eat again until the evening!

 

Belfast nightlife

 

There are great pubs and bars spread across the city centre and surrounding area. You will find grand old pubs playing host to local musicians, modern bars and a good range of gastro pubs for a family night out. For a lively night head to the bars and clubs of the Queen’s Quarter which are busy seven nights a week thanks to the local student population. Take your pick from authentic pubs, lively lounge bars and large nightclubs. Take the chance to explore other areas of Belfast including the Linen Quarter behind the City Hall and the little streets running off the Royal Avenue.

 

Shopping in Belfast

 

Belfast is blessed with an impressive range of high street shopping opportunities as well as several large indoor shopping centres. Victoria Square is at the heart of the retail zone with a large indoor centre full of large high street brands and places to eat and drink. The pedestrianised streets surrounding the centre are lined with shops including local speciality stores. Look out for the ‘Spirit of Belfast’, a sculpture at the centre of Arthur Square – it’s a great meeting point. North of Victoria Square is the Royal Avenue – a broad street running towards Buoy Park and Ulster University on the outskirts of the city. Just off Royal Avenue is the Castle Court Shopping Centre, home to an equally impressive range of outlets including large department stores.

 

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Make time to visit the historic St George’s Market. This Victorian indoor farmer’s market is home to a wide range of stalls and traders. Great for foodies.

 

Things to do in Belfast

 

You must pay a visit to the Titanic Belfast across the river on Queen’s Island. The area is in constant re-development and the visitor centre is at the heart of this exciting area. Within the city centre take the time to visit the imposing City Hall on Donegall Square. The gardens are lovely to walk around and the interior is amazing. Away from the centre, take a trip to Belfast Castle, north of the city and standing proudly over the surrounding landscape with amazing views of the coast and working docks. On a clear day you should get a good view of the twin cranes in the Harland and Wolff shipyard – Samson and Goliath. These bright yellow cranes are a real landmark on the Belfast horizon.

 

We Recommend

 

The Crown Liquor Saloon – Great Victoria Street

This historic pub should be on every Belfast visitors to do list. The Victorian façade and interior appear unchanged and the Guinness is as good as any in Belfast. If you’re lucky you will manage to secure one of the ornate, private booths complete with gas lighting.

 

Mourne Seafood Bar - Bank Street

 

Tucked in behind the Royal Avenue, this popular seafood restaurant serves the very best local seafood in cosy surroundings. From simple dishes of fresh oysters to curried mussels and large portions of fish and chips, this seafood bar is a winner. It may be worth booking if you plan to visit at the weekend.

 

St Patrick’s Day – March 17th

 

Belfast comes alive for this annual celebration of St Patrick. Parades, carnivals and a city wide party await.

 

Fast Facts

 

·         Currency – GBP

·         Time Zone – GMT

·         Travel Time – Belfast (BFS) - 1 hour 25 minutes (London)

·         Transfer Time – 35 minutes (Taxi)

 


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Belfast Reviews

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10/10 Amazing

city break

, armagh

Young city with plenty to see and do

The best thing about my stay was ...

lots to offervthe tourist

10/10 Amazing

Great City

, Cork

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

Lively City

, Wishaw

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

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The shops

10/10 Amazing

Lively

, City

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

Belfast centre

, Bathgate, West Lothian

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

Great value shopping

, Dublin

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

Belfast is Fab!

, County Derry

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

Fantastic city

, Dublin

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

10/10 Amazing

Belfast

, Wallington

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

10/10 Amazing

very central

, newry

great for shows and shopping

The best thing about my stay was ...

nightlife

10/10 Amazing

Good

, Derry

Belfast was buzxing

10/10 Amazing

Lovely City

, Washington

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

busy Belfast

, Ballinamallard/Co. Fermanagh

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

The best thing about my stay was ...

social aspect and shopping

10/10 Amazing

Buzzing

, Co. Meath

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

First timer in Belfast

, Pontypridd

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.

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The pubs, the food and the people

10/10 Amazing

Belfast

, Limavady

n/a

10/10 Amazing

GREAT

, Glasgow

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

The best thing about my stay was ...

EVERYTHING

10/10 Amazing

great

, ballymoney

Great city for shopin eatin out an nite life brill

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nitelife

8/10 Great

Good lively city

, Draperstown

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

Lively, good for shopping and nightlife

, Londonderry

Lively city, ideal for an overnight stay or short break, with a wide range of things to do, from sightseeing, to theatre, to shopping and nightlife

The best thing about my stay was ...

Friendly city

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