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121 Fitzroy Avenue
0.8 Miles from the centre

Lagan Backpackers is a well-equipped hostel in central Belfast. It offers Continental breakfast, free parking and free Wi-Fi. Dormitories have bunk beds and use of shared bathroom facilities. There are mixed dorms at Lagan Backpackers, as well as private rooms. The hostel also provides barbecue facilities, a cinema room and free tea and coffee. There are kitchens, dining areas and laundry services are available. This hostel is just 10 minutes’ walk from the centre of the city. Belfast Botanical Gardens and Ormeau Park are within 5 minutes’ walk, on either side of the River Lagan.

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per night from £34
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22-32 Donegall Road
0.6 Miles from the centre

Belfast International Youth Hostel is located 7 minutes’ walk from the Botanic Garden. It offers private and dormitory rooms, an on-site café and a free Wi-Fi zone. Rooms at the hostel feature shared or private bathroom facilities. Linens are provided and dormitory rooms also feature lockers. Guests can also relax in the lounge areas. The Causeway Café at Belfast International Youth Hostel serves an extensive breakfast menu featuring local Irish food. There is also a communal kitchen and self-service laundry facilities. You can walk to the City Hall and Queen's University in around 10 minutes and the city’s vibrant Golden Mile is a short stroll away. Belfast Cathedral is 1 mile from the hostel. The hostel offers free private parking and both Botanic and City Hospital Rail Stations are 5 minutes’ walk away. George Best Belfast City Airport is 3.5 miles away, while Belfast International Airport is 25 minutes away by car.

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per night from £40
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Belfast

Nestled in the cathedral district, this contemporary 3-star hotel is ideal for exploring Belfast. Have a taste of local cuisine at the hotel restaurant, or head to the bar for a cocktail to unwind after a day exploring the city. Relax in front of the TV in your room, which comes with power shower as standard, as well as wired internet access and tea and coffee making facilities.

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per night from £52
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356 Lisburn Road
1.9 Miles from the centre

Near Lisburn Road

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22 Lansdowne Road
2.5 Miles from the centre

A pictorial Victorian townhouse in a quiet enclave of vibrant Belfast city, Somerton House is the ideal city centre getaway. With period decor, traditional fireplaces and a friendly atmosphere, guests will enjoy a relaxing County Antrim stay. In lively Belfast visitors can discover Belfast Castle, enjoy an evening’s entertainment at the Waterfront Hall, trace the ill-fated liner’s Belfast beginnings at the Titanic Belfast experience, indulge in gourmet dining at a wealth of restaurants or take the kids to Belfast Zoo.

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per night from £61
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13 Lower Crescent
0.6 Miles from the centre

In Belfast (Belfast City Centre)

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Waring Street
0.3 Miles from the centre

Located centrally in the bustling Cathedral Quarter of Belfast, the main shopping precinct, sights and public transport are all within walking distance. Contemporary surroundings and a relaxed atmosphere make for a comfortable stay in Belfast. This family-friendly city hotel has comfortable beds in every room and an integrated restaurant serving a mix of traditional and contemporary dishes. There are 171 guest rooms in total, with 76 en suite double rooms in a building that offers a relaxing atmosphere for all guests. The lobby provides 24-hour reception and check-out services. Guests arriving by car may leave their vehicle in the on-site car park. All of the spacious rooms are en suite with a shower and offer Freeview TV. A king-size bed, hairdryer, Internet access, tea and coffee making facilities and individually regulated heating feature in all guest rooms as standard. There is an integrated restaurant serving a mix of traditional and contemporary dishes. From the M1 or M2 travel along the Westlink to the Grosvenor Road roundabout, sign-posted City Centre. Turn onto Grosvenor Road. At the 2nd set of lights turn left, into the right-hand lane, follow the road turning right (pass City Hall on the right-hand side). At the end of Chichester Street turn left onto Victoria Street. Follow Victoria Street through the next two sets of traffic lights (Albert Clock is on the right) and take the left into Waring Street. The establishment is a further 300 yards ahead on the right. This establishment does not have an on-site car park. A Secure Cap car park is available nearby for a fee.

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45 Andersonstown Road
2.3 Miles from the centre

Near Boucher Road Playing Fields

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75 University Street NORTHERN IRELAND
0.7 Miles from the centre

ibis Belfast Queens Quarter provides contemporary and great value accommodation near the bustling Belfast City Centre & Queens University. Guests like the warm welcome at ibis, the 24-hour food service & modern bedrooms. Whether visiting Belfast to explore its cultural attractions or attending a conference, ibis Belfast Queens Quarter ticks off everything you need. All rooms feature free, fast Wi-Fi, air-conditioning, satellite TV, work desk, tea and coffee making facilities.

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Blacks Road
3.7 Miles from the centre

Balmoral Hotel, Belfast is situated 5 minutes’ drive from the city centre and situated at the junction of the M1 motorway. Free on-site parking is offered to all guests. A private bathroom, free Wi-Fi and tea/coffee making facilities are featured in all Balmoral rooms. The hotel has 1 restaurant which offers a variety of food options throughout the day. The Grand Opera House, Waterfront Hall and Odyssey Arena are all within a 10-minute drive of the hotel.

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Hotels in Belfast

Belfast is one of the most welcoming cities around and you'll find bags of exciting and fascinating things to do and see. Book one of our Belfast hotels and explore this amazing city.

Landmarks

St Anne's Cathedral is one of Belfast's most impressive sights, even more so at night. In 2007, the Spire of Hope was erected on the roof of this Romanesque edifice – projecting 40 metres into the sky. At night it becomes a beacon of light.

Donegall Square is the very heart of Belfast and features one of the city's grandest constructions, City Hall, which opened in 1906. This imposing civic building symbolises Belfast's status as a city, as granted by Queen Victoria.

Completing this trio of iconic landmarks is Stormont, the home of the Northern Ireland Assembly, which legislates for the country. Take the Stormont tour and even watch Assembly Members debate issues in the Assembly Chamber.

Between 1846 and 1996, Crumlin Road Gaol was the residence of a range of people from suffragettes to loyalist and republican prisoners. The site has been fully renovated and now you can experience what it was like for inmates. Make your way round the prison as your guide shows you the condemned man's cell, C-Wing and even the prison's own gravesite.

Museum

RMS Titanic was built in the Belfast shipyard. The completed ship left Belfast on 2nd April 1912 for successful trials. The ship launched on her maiden voyage eight days later, falling prey to an iceberg on the 14th April. Award-winning Titanic Belfast is housed within a striking modern structure, resembling ships' prows. Within this six-floor building is an interactive experience that relays the true story of the tragic passenger liner, from conception to its final, fateful day.

Eating out

For great food, service and atmosphere Holohan's has got it covered. Even better – it's on a barge! Belfast's oldest surviving building is home to McHugh's Bar where you'll enjoy traditional Irish food and drink in this early 18th-century building. Stix & Stones is a premium steak and seafood restaurant that is new to the city and has already built up a terrific reputation due to its stylish décor, service and its cuisine.

Shopping

Cornmarket is the city's main shopping street and there are also two shopping centres at Victoria Square and Castle Court. Late 19th-century St George's Market opens weekends, providing an array of goods from antiques and crafts to fresh fish and fruit. Monday to Saturday, Smithfield Market is where you'll discover a wide range of goods too.

Hotels

Keef Halla Country House in Antrim is 13 miles from the centre of Belfast, and less than six miles from Lough Neagh, one of the locations for the Titanic's tests. Centrally located in the city, Travelodge Belfast provides good value and comfort. And Hilton Belfast has a delightful riverside position close to the heart of the city.

Frequently asked questions about Hotels in Belfast

What are the best hotels to stay in Belfast?

The best hotels to stay in Belfast are Holiday Inn BELFAST CITY CENTRE, Somerton House and Dukes At Queens.

What is the lowest price for a double room in Belfast?

Lagan Backpackers in Belfast offers one night in a double room at the price of £34.

If I want to stay in the center of Belfast, which hotels shall I consider?

ibis Belfast City Centre, Ten Square Hotel and Jurys Inn Belfast are located in the central neighborhood of Belfast.

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