Located in Belfast Central District, this eco-friendly hotel is steps from Crown Liquor Saloon and Grand Opera House. Ulster Hall and Belfast City Hall are also within 10 minutes.
Located in Belfast City Centre, this hotel is steps from MAC Theatre and St. Anne's Cathedral. Belfast City Hall and Waterfront Hall are also within 15 minutes.
Situated in a regional park, this hotel is 1.1 mi (1.8 km) from Barnett's Demesne and within 3 mi (5 km) of Queen's University of Belfast and Ulster Museum. Belfast Botanic Gardens is 2.8 mi (4.5 km) away.
Located in Belfast Central District, this luxury hotel is steps from Crown Liquor Saloon and Grand Opera House. Ulster Hall and Belfast City Hall are also within 10 minutes.
This city center hotel is a short distance from the Ormeau Baths Gallery, St. Malachy’s Church, CitiGolf, and Ulster Hall.
Located in Belfast City Centre, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Queens Film Theatre and Queen's University of Belfast. Belfast Botanic Gardens and Ulster Hall are also within 1 mi (2 km).
Located in Belfast City Centre, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Queen's University of Belfast and Ulster Museum. Belfast Botanic Gardens and Ulster Hall are also within 1 mi (2 km).
Belfast is a city best explored on foot. Its city center has undergone significant gentrification in recent years and various public buildings have been modernized. City Hall, located in Donegall Square, is the perfect example of this. If you're a history buff – or a fan of the 1997 James Cameron movie – you'll soon notice the building's connections with the ill-fated RMS Titanic. Within its grounds, you'll find a memorial to 22 men who lost their lives on the passenger liner, which was constructed in Belfast. From here, it's less than half a mile to the Grand Opera House, which opened in 1895. Despite being bombed during The Troubles, the theater still attracts packed crowds. Stay in the best hotels in Belfast to be close to other local landmarks in the city center, like the Ulster Museum – the largest museum in Northern Ireland.
No trip to Belfast would be complete without a bite of soda bread, a thick, chunky bread that dates back to the 19th century. Take a trip to St. George's Market for the home-baked fluffy kind. Still hungry? Stay in hotels in Belfast and sample steak and Guinness pie, a hearty pastry pie filled with beef. Wash it down with a glass of Irish gin – popular north and south of the border – which incorporates flavors like apple and elderberry. Buy a glass in one of the many pubs in the Queen's Quarter, named after the historic Queen's University. Cheers!