A Guide to Booking Belfast Hotels

A Guide to Booking Belfast Hotels

This vibrant cosmopolitan city has a fantastic nightlife scene, excellent shopping opportunities and lots of attractions for you to explore. Belfast’s troubled past is no secret and today you can learn more about its history by visiting some of the city’s famous landmarks. So before you book that all important hotel accommodation – check out our little hotel guide and find one that suits your taste and budget!

Budget Belfast hotels
The Belfast City Travelodge is a fantastic 2 star hotel in the centre of Belfast – it’s great for seeing all the sites and if you ask for a room on the higher floors you’ll get a great view of the city. This is the perfect option if you want hotel accommodation in the heart of the city but you don’t want to pay a huge price for it.

If you stay here you’re within walking distance of Belfast City Hall, the Opera House, the Odyssey Arena and you’re also just moments away from the lively city centre, where you can hit the shops and soak up the cosmopolitan atmosphere of Northern Ireland’s capital!

Mid-range Belfast hotels
Our mid range Belfast hotels include the 3 star Express by Holiday Inn Hotel which is located in the University quarter. Stay here and you’ll be just a two-minute walk from Botanic Avenue, a part of Belfast’s famous gold mile. Here you’ll find visitors and locals alike enjoying the restaurants, bars and clubs that line the mile.

If you want luxury, peace and relaxation then choose the La Mon Hotel & Country Club. This deluxe 4 star hotel is located in the heart of the County Down countryside just a 15 minute drive from Belfast city. It has 90 sumptuous guestrooms which are well equipped, 2 fitness suites, a 15 metre pool, sauna, jacuzzi, steamroom, tennis court, beauty salon, hair studio, a restaurant and a bistro. It’s the perfect choice for you if you want luxury hotel accommodation within easy reach of Belfast city.

Check out our Belfast hotels page.

You can also book accommodation all over Ireland with GoIreland.com.

Helen Kelly writes for the Ireland Travel website GoIreland.com.

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A Guide to Booking Belfast Hotels

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