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22-32 Donegall Road, Belfast, BT12 5JN, United Kingdom – Show map
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WiFi is available in public areas and is free of charge.
Free private parking is possible on site (reservation is not needed).
Vending machine (drinks), Vending machine (snacks), 24-hour front desk, Tour desk, Luggage storage, Laundry
Non-smoking rooms, Lift, Non-smoking throughout
14:00 - 23:00 hours
Until 11:00 hours
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Children and extra beds
All children are welcome.
All children under 4 years stay free of charge when using existing beds.
There is no capacity for extra beds in the room.
Pets are not allowed.
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With free Wi-Fi access, a 24-hour front desk and air-conditioning, ETAP Hotel Belfast is nestled in the of Belfast’s busy city centre.
Score from 2417 reviews Very good
This refurbished 19th-century Victorian building is located in central Belfast. It offers comfortable bed and breakfast accommodation 4 miles from George Best Belfast City Airport.
Score from 1005 reviews Good
Days Hotel Belfast City Centre features car parking, free Wi-Fi and is situated in the centre of Belfast.
Score from 1578 reviews Good
Set in a Victorian town house, this small hostel is located in Belfast’s Queen's University area, 15 minutes’ walk from the city centre.
Score from 143 reviews Good
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Night staff No night wifi No room wifi No good common place
Room was not cleaned. Towels not changed. No in-room wifi. Oddly enough, had to press and hold buttons to take a shower and wash hands or else water flow would be cut off
pipe blocked but the hostel staff repaired it immediately, and they are really friendly and helpful
very happy with all aspects of hostel
for a short stay (1 overnight), had everything I needed: location near to bus station, kitchen to cook some meal and a comfortable, simple bed
stay short enough to complain of anything relevant, think it was a good hostel for a quick stay
The cafe in the lobby is awesome.
The facility smells bad everywhere. Shower rooms were inconvienence but reasonably clean. Toilets were filthy. Hallways and rooms smelled.
Clean & in a central location. Great for the price 4 nights cost £56!
Only 2 plug sockets to provide for 4 people. Difficult to charge phones overnight.
The starting point of the Giant Courtway Tour is just located in this YHA so it was very convenient for us.
The shower water is not hot enough
The environment , the room , the bath room are very good
some pot in kitchen are worse
Room was clean (I had single en-suite room), linens clean. Location is great - not far to the very core of the city, and around the corner to the lively Queens district. Reception people helpful. The café downstairs is pretty good, indeed- variety, service, price. But they only work in the mornings. Wi-Fi is good, but only at the lobby area.
Leaving my passport at reception for the duration of the entire stay -strongly disliked this. My first impulse was to just go to another accommodation. There was no soap in the room, so I had to buy one. Shower was wide open, meaning no cabin, so whole bathroom gets wet. No towel, but I have asked and given one at reception for free.
The staff and location were great. They have a great cafe and lovely downstairs.
Rooms were basic and small you at you pay for with this hostel.
the very big kitchen.
The man at the front was very friendly and helpful. He directed me to the best places to eat out and have a drink.
Our entire hallway backed on to a bar which I was not told off. So after 22 hours of travelling, I was looking forward to sleep and instead heard drunk guys outside shouting and laughing. Also, there was no free breakfst or coffee which was not convenient. Lastly, the wifi was dodgy and did not work anywhere except the small main lobby. This is very hard to deal with if you are trying to contact people to stay with or meet with. Overall, not very good and there are probably better hostels in Belfast. If you really need a bed to crash in and a shower, Belfast International Youth Hostel will do.
Friendliness of the Staff Bedroom was small but very cosy and clean! Security was definitely a very good point. After 10pm only people with a card would enter in the building. Bed was very confortable Location was great: very close from the city centre and bus station. It was very easy to find
Toilets weren't as clean as I was expecting
good value for money. Good choice of breakfast. Good sleep.
I could not access the library and leisure floor on Saturday evening even though it was during opening times. They request an ID at check-in and I gave them my passport but I did not know that they were not going to return it until check-out and when I asked the receptionist to replace it with other id he was a bit rude. They should not keep passports as they are the only id for tourists who should always carry them in case of an emergency.
The hostel is 10-15 minutes walking from the city centre. The room are not huge but it's possible to have enough comfort. Absolutely clean and the rules (no food after 11pm) make the hostel quite, especially in the corridors.
There were only 2 plugs in a 4-beds room and none of them was close to the bed. Internet works only in the lounge where there is music all the time so quite difficult to talk in skype.
Without signal of internet into the rooms.
Good location, good breakfast
Beds to high off the ground and very narrow. No electric sockets close to beds - a problem for myself as I suffer from sleep apnoea and couldn't easily use my CPAP machine - no extension leads available at the hostel
It almost doesn't look like a hostel. A lot of space and great location. Hostel's staff is very nice. There's also a tour agency inside (the guy from the agency not very friendly though) that offered a really nice tour to the most important places in the area for a great value for money.
The password system used for the wi fi was a bit tricky. Every time you disconnect you have to get a new password. That was a bit annoying.
Staff was very friendly and made friends with other people staying there! Causeway cafe was a perfect way to start the day! Blankets were amazing!!!
Our room felt like the heat was shut off and for wifi you had to be in a pretty small area!
Dirty rooms, poor beds, room in general very poor and tired condition ... reminded me a bit of a prison cell, but fine for one night .....
Location Value for money Bedrooms were perfect with ensuite
Beds were fixed against the wall
cheapest option in the city, good location and gentle staff.
Shared rooms can be a nightmare depending on who is in the room with you. The shared bathrooms are most of the time dirty.
Everything. Professionally run. I was happy with my one night.
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