Belfast Hotels offer a great place to stay when you come to visit this buzzing and thriving city. My favourite is the 5 star Merchant Hotel. Easily the finest and most luxurious establishment in the city, if not, the whole of Ireland.
|Deluxe Room At The Merchant Hotel|
Most hotels in Belfast are local to the city centre and it is very easy to find a cheap room within walking distance of your favourite shops, restaurants, cinemas or bars during your stay.
There are many things for you to enjoy in this city and I recommend combining an exciting shopping trip with a relaxing weekend break away.
Belfast is the capital of Northern Ireland and has a great selection of top ‘hotel deals’ for both business and pleasure.
As it is quite a small city, it is possible to stay in any hotel and still be close to local attractions such as St Anne’s Cathedral, Titanic Quarter, City Hall and many more. There are Belfast hotels to suit every taste ranging from modern comfort to intimate boutiques and prices to match any budget.
So whatever you are looking for: city centre hotels, new hotels, Belfast hotel offers, airport hotels, you should find them here. You’ll be spoiled for choice in this continuously evolving city and will probably find it hard to choose one over the other. Enjoy your stay!
5 Star Belfast Hotels
There are a grand total of three 5 star hotels in Belfast. The prestigious Mechant which has just been awarded ‘Best UK Hotel’, the ultra modern Fitzwilliam and the contemporary Hilton.
The Culloden is also another grand five star hotel near Belfast, but I have included it within my County Down hotel guide as it’s outside the city centre.
Hilton Belfast (City Centre)
4 Lanyon Place, BT1 3LP 028 9027 7000
Fitzwilliam (City Centre)
Great Victoria Street 028 9044 2080
The Merchant (City Centre)
35-39 Waring Street, BT1 2DY 028 9023 4888
4 Star Belfast Hotels
|Samson Suite Bathroom At Malmaison Hotel Belfast|
Enjoy a weekend leisure break or midweek city break at one of these 4 star hotels in Belfast. There are plenty of special deals available and each establishment has its own unique character and style.
Wellington Park (Queen’s University Area)
21 Malone Road, BT9 6RU 028 9038 1111
Europa (City Centre)
Great Victoria Street, BT2 7AP 028 9027 1066
Holiday Inn (City Centre)
22-26 Ormeau Avenue, BT2 8HS 028 9032 8511
Malone Lodge (Queen’s University Area)
60 Eglantine Avenue, BT9 6DY 028 9038 8056
Radisson Blu (City Centre)
3 Cromac Place, BT7 2JB 028 9043 4065
Ten Square Boutique Hotel Belfast (City Centre)
10 Donegall Sq. Sth., BT1 5JD 028 9024 1001
Malmaison Belfast Hotel (City Centre)
34-38 Victoria St, BT1 3GH 0845 365 4247
Dukes At Queens Hotel (Queen’s University Area)
65-67 University Street, BT7 1HL 028 9023 6666
Benedicts Hotel Belfast (Queen’s University Area)
7-21 Bradbury Place, BT7 1RQ 028 9059 1999
3 Star Belfast Hotels
|Guest Room At Madison’s Hotel|
Days (City Centre)
40 Hope Street, BT12 5EE 028 9024 2494
Express by Holiday Inn (University Area)
106a University Street, BT7 1HP 028 9031 1909
Jurys Inn (City Centre)
Fisherwick Place, BT2 7AP 028 9053 3500
Madisons (University Area)
59-63 Botanic Avenue, BT7 1JL 028 9050 9800
Ibis (University Area)
75 University Street, BT7 1HL 028 9033 3366
Ramada Encore (City Centre)
Saint Anne’s Square, 20 Talbot Street, BT1 2LD 028 9026 1800
Park Inn (City Centre)
4 Clarence Street West, BT2 7GP 0800 056 0591
Travelodge (City Centre)
15 Brunswick Street, BT2 7GE 028 9033 3555
2 Star Belfast Hotels
Ibis (City Centre)
100 Castle Street, BT1 1HF 028 9023 8888
Crescent Townhouse (University Area)
13 Lower Crescent, BT7 1NR 028 9032 3349
Booking a hotel in Belfast is pretty easy these days. There are quite a few options open to you including telephone and online booking. What I would suggest is that you don’t contact the hotel direct. The best deals are often found through third party agencies.