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Hotels in Belfast (Northern Ireland, United Kingdom)

Hotels in Belfast

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Belfast is the thriving cultural and business centre of Northern Ireland, and its hotels reflect its rich past and historic architecture. The accommodation options range from luxury hotels and spas, housed in some of the city’s most iconic and lovingly restored buildings, to business traveller friendly accommodation options and budget focused serviced apartments.

Home to the Titanic Belfast and the film studios of Game of Thrones, the truly international city of Belfast has made its mark on the world stage and attracts visitors year-round, with hotel interest peaking in late summer, early autumn.

Belfast’s beautiful hotels and cultural attractions make it ideal as an easy city break for couples, who can choose to stay at one of the city’s romantic, boutique hotels. Belfast also serves as a hub for the more intrepid tourist who wants to explore the natural beauty of Northern Ireland through daytrips and tours, but still likes to return to a city of pulsing nightlife, cosy pubs and award-winning restaurants at the end of a long day of sightseeing.

Where to stay near Belfast Airport?

Buses link Belfast International Airport to the heart of the city and its many hotels, or if you are flying into the George Best Belfast City Airport it is an easy three miles away from the city centre. The city itself is two hours by car from Dublin and easily accessible from many counties in Ireland.

Where to stay to learn about the Titanic?

The history of Belfast is linked to its port, shipyard history and most of all, the Titanic. Seventy-five acres of reclaimed land have gone into creating the Titanic Quarter, an area which is also home to a number of hotels and serviced apartments, ideal for the history loving traveller. At the heart of the quarter lies the Titanic Belfast, and no trip to Belfast is complete without a visit to this museum dedicated to the story of the Titanic. With nine galleries and interactive exhibitions dedicated to telling the story of her maiden voyage, it is a fascinating journey into the past. Visitors can stay right near the Titanic Belfast, or choose to book a hotel close by in the Cathedral Quarter, an area of cobbled streets, cosy pubs and delicious restaurants.

Things to do in Northern Ireland?

For visitors to Belfast who want to use a hotel in the city as their base to explore the natural wonders of Northern Ireland, there are many daytrips that need to be on your bucket list. To the North West of Belfast is Giant’s Causeway, a World Heritage site made up of 40,000 basalt stone columns dropping into the sea. The dramatic stones, caused by a volcanic eruption 60 million years ago, have inspired stories of giants using the stones to walk across the sea to Scotland.

Game of Thrones has done much to put the incredible landscape surrounding Belfast well and truly on the map. If you want to see The Dark Hedges, also known as The King’s Road, and other parts of Westeros come alive, you can head north out of the city towards the North Antrim coast or choose to go one of the many tours available to visitors to Belfast during their hotel stay.

Are there any dog-friendly hotels in Belfast?

Tourism Northern Ireland has made an effort to encourage local businesses to be pet-friendly, and you will find a number of hotels throughout Northern Ireland are part of the “Dogs Welcome Scheme”, so you and your pooch will not have a problem finding a hotel that welcomes dogs in Belfast.

Where to stay if I’m visiting Belfast on business?

If you are travelling for business in Belfast, aim for accommodation in the heart of the city near Belfast Town Hall.

Hotels in Belfast with a spa or gym?

There are a number of hotels in Belfast that offer world-class spa facilities, and for the business traveller who wants to keep up with their fitness regime, there are several hotels in the city with gym facilities.

When is the best time for a city break in Belfast?

With its rich history, thriving business centre and cultural excellence, Belfast is great for a city break in all seasons, with searches for the city’s top hotels peaking in the late summer and early Autumn. The best time to visit Belfast is October, when the city comes to life with the Belfast International Arts Festival, Belfast Comedy Festival and the city’s own version of Oktoberfest.

Can I get a last-minute hotel deal in Belfast?

If you are travelling last-minute to Belfast and looking for somewhere cheap to stay, so your budget can stretch just that bit further, the quarter of Queen’s University is home to a number of smaller hotels and serviced apartments. These hotels have the added bonus of being closer to Belfast’s Botanic Gardens, perfect for a stroll in the historic glass Palm House.

Where to stay near Belfast City Hospital?

For visitors who need to be near Belfast City Hospital for medical or family reasons, this area is also ideal.

Belfast is perfect for a weekend trip, and with more than 450 hotels in the city and surrounds, visitors will not have any problem finding an ideal hotel for their trip. Whether you want a historic hotel, restored from a linen mill or a Bishop’s Palace transformed into a luxury spa retreat, or a modern, cool hotel in the heart of the city’s nightlife, Belfast has you covered. Many hotels in Belfast celebrate the city’s rich architectural past, with nods to art-deco influences and Victorian decadence in their rooms, hotel foyers and hotel restaurants and bars.

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