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The Fitzwilliam Hotel Belfast, hotel in Belfast

On Great Victoria Street, beside the Grand Opera House, the luxury Fitzwilliam Hotel Belfast offers boutique bedrooms with free Wi-Fi. There is a chic restaurant and modern cocktail bar.

We loved the room, the bathroom, the helpful staff, and the location. There is also a nice library of travel books in the lobby near the fireplace. We walked almost everywhere that we wanted to go.
9.0
Scored 9.0
Wonderful
Rated wonderful
5,046 reviews
Price from$200.33per night
Europa Hotel, hotel in Belfast

In the heart the center of of Belfast, this 4-star hotel is next to Great Victoria Street Train Station. Guests can enjoy luxurious rooms and dining in the contemporary bistro.

Well-appointed room & lots of amenities on site
8.6
Scored 8.6
Excellent
Rated excellent
5,837 reviews
Price from$174.48per night
The Malone, hotel in Belfast

The Malone is a recently renovated boutique Victorian townhouse hotel. It has a new on-site restaurant and pub as well as complimentary car parking.

Clean & friendly
8.1
Scored 8.1
Very Good
Rated very good
3,119 reviews
Price from$225.08per night
Maldron Hotel Belfast City, hotel in Belfast

Boasting a bar and on-site dining, Maldron Hotel Belfast City is located in Belfast, 656 feet from the Grand Opera House.

Temperature in room was good
8.2
Scored 8.2
Very Good
Rated very good
5,796 reviews
Price from$124.58per night
Bullitt Hotel, hotel in Belfast

Bullitt Hotel offers accommodations in Belfast, 0.7 mi from the Titanic Quarter. Guests can enjoy a choice of the property's restaurant, 3 bars and cafe. There is free WiFi at the hotel.

We arrived early, ahead of check-iin time, and the Bullitt staff still treated us to free beverages because our room wasn't ready.
8.7
Scored 8.7
Excellent
Rated excellent
2,840 reviews
Price from$160.26per night
The Flint, hotel in Belfast

The Flint is located in Belfast, 1148 feet from City Hall and 2789 feet from The Waterfront Hall. The property is close to the Odyssey Arena, Victoria Square Shopping Center and St.

Nice, clean, wide room, comfy big bed, nice little kitchen, well equipped for a longer stay. Good wifi and superb smart TV. Cool design and good view. Nice, clean bathroom. Iron, hairdryer, extra milk and coffee for you morning. Microwave and kettle. Fridge and dishwasher, stove and sink. Everything what you could possible need for a trip or a longer stay. According to my hubby, it could have been a cool stagapartement. 🤣
8.7
Scored 8.7
Excellent
Rated excellent
4,292 reviews
Price from$132.35per night
House Belfast Hotel, hotel in Belfast

House Belfast is a boutique-style hotel with a relaxed bar & bistro and lively nightclub. It is 984 feet from Belfast city center and a short walk from The Waterfront Hall.

Great location in Belfast . All staff friendly and heloful
7.9
Scored 7.9
Good
Rated good
3,476 reviews
Price from$184.37per night
Ramada by Wyndham Belfast, hotel in Belfast

Ramada by Wyndham Belfast is located in the heart of town in the Cathedral Quarter of Belfast's city center.

Very convenient location to all things St. Anne's Square/Cathedral Quarter. I was traveling solo, visiting family in the area, and the room was very cozy for 1. Bed was incredibly comfortable! Walk-in shower was nice and water pressure was excellent. Local area included the Mac Theater and several excellent local restaurants on the same grounds as the hotel. There is a Centra a 5 minute walk away for groceries, snacks, water, etc...
8.1
Scored 8.1
Very Good
Rated very good
5,146 reviews
Price from$145.01per night
Malmaison Belfast, hotel in Belfast

In the heart of the city, this beautifully converted Victorian warehouse is now a stylish and luxurious 4-star hotel, mixing period features with modern boutique style.

Location is fantastic
7.8
Scored 7.8
Good
Rated good
2,715 reviews
Price from$161.56per night
Balmoral Hotel, Belfast, hotel in Belfast

Balmoral Hotel, Belfast is located 5 minutes’ drive from the city center and located at the junction of the M1 motorway. Free on-site parking is offered to all guests.

Everything
7.9
Scored 7.9
Good
Rated good
2,534 reviews
Price from$115.03per night
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Belfast's best hotels with breakfast

  • AC Hotel by Marriott Belfast
    8.5
    Scored 8.5
    Very Good
    Rated very good
     · 3,324 reviews

    AC Hotel Belfast is an urban retreat in Northern Ireland in a renowned riverside location.

    Rooms were lovely, and secure hotel. Staff friendly.

  • Hampton By Hilton Belfast City Centre
    8.4
    Scored 8.4
    Very Good
    Rated very good
     · 7,899 reviews

    Hampton by Hilton Belfast City Center is located only 1.4 miles from the SSE Arena and a minute's walk from Great Victoria Street rail station.

    Centrally located which was perfect for our plans.

  • Maldron Hotel Belfast City
    8.2
    Scored 8.2
    Very Good
    Rated very good
     · 5,796 reviews

    Boasting a bar and on-site dining, Maldron Hotel Belfast City is located in Belfast, 656 feet from the Grand Opera House.

    Centrally located and close to all amenities and transport

  • Titanic Hotel Belfast
    8.7
    Scored 8.7
    Excellent
    Rated excellent
     · 6,170 reviews

    Featuring free WiFi and a restaurant, Titanic Hotel Belfast is located opposite the Titanic Belfast. It is 1969 feet from the SSE Arena. Guests can enjoy the on-site bar.

    Loved the hotel and the room and the quality of the food

  • Beechlawn Hotel
    8.4
    Scored 8.4
    Very Good
    Rated very good
     · 1,355 reviews

    Just 10 minutes from Belfast’s vibrant city center, The Beechlawn Hotel offers large, colorful bedrooms. With an international restaurant, there is also free private parking.

    Very friendly staff,couldn't do enough for us.

  • Crowne Plaza - Belfast, an IHG Hotel
    8.3
    Scored 8.3
    Very Good
    Rated very good
     · 4,436 reviews

    Crowne Plaza - Belfast is a 4-star hotel is located in the surroundings of Lagan Valley Regional Park, just 15 minutes by car from Belfast's thriving city center.

    The friendliness and helpfulness of the staff was exceptional

  • Leonardo Hotel Belfast
    8.2
    Scored 8.2
    Very Good
    Rated very good
     · 5,792 reviews

    Leonardo Hotel Belfast is located next to Belfast’s City Hall and Opera House. It features spacious rooms with flat-screen TVs, a 24-hour reception and a restaurant serving modern cuisine.

    Great family friendly clean hotel. Would recommend

  • Holiday Inn Belfast, an IHG Hotel
    8.2
    Scored 8.2
    Very Good
    Rated very good
     · 4,856 reviews

    The 4* Holiday Inn Belfast is centrally located, close to major public transport and road links, Ulster Hall, Grand Opera House and Victoria Square Shopping Center are all within 10 minutes' walk of...

    Helpful staff, excellent breakfast., good location.

Hotels located in the center of Belfast

  • The Flint
    8.7
    Scored 8.7
    Excellent
    Rated excellent
     · 4,292 reviews

    The Flint is located in Belfast, 1148 feet from City Hall and 2789 feet from The Waterfront Hall. The property is close to the Odyssey Arena, Victoria Square Shopping Center and St.

    Room was spacious. Free laundry is always a plus!

  • Bullitt Hotel
    8.7
    Scored 8.7
    Excellent
    Rated excellent
     · 2,841 reviews

    Bullitt Hotel offers accommodations in Belfast, 0.7 mi from the Titanic Quarter. Guests can enjoy a choice of the property's restaurant, 3 bars and cafe. There is free WiFi at the hotel.

    Loved the location, the vibe, the comfortable bed….

  • The Culloden Estate and Spa
    8.7
    Scored 8.7
    Excellent
    Rated excellent
     · 1,232 reviews

    A 10-minute drive from Belfast city center, Culloden hotel has a spa, a pool and a fitness suite. There is free parking, and Belfast Airport is a 5-minute drive away.

    Beautiful grounds very elegant! Quality spa treatments.

  • Europa Hotel
    8.6
    Scored 8.6
    Excellent
    Rated excellent
     · 5,837 reviews

    In the heart the center of of Belfast, this 4-star hotel is next to Great Victoria Street Train Station. Guests can enjoy luxurious rooms and dining in the contemporary bistro.

    The hotel was central and staff were very friendly

  • Benedicts Hotel
    8.6
    Scored 8.6
    Excellent
    Rated excellent
     · 1,568 reviews

    The boutique-style Benedicts is on Belfast's vibrant Golden Mile and has a very popular music bar, a restaurant and excellent, stylish rooms.

    Everything staff excellent room excellent great location

  • Hilton Belfast
    8.5
    Scored 8.5
    Very Good
    Rated very good
     · 6,451 reviews

    Next to The Waterfront Hall convention center, Hilton Belfast has a fitness room and a modern bar and restaurant. Overlooking the River Lagan, Belfast’s vibrant city center is under a mile away.

    Bed was very comfy, staff were very helpful, food was amazing

  • The Stormont Hotel
    8.5
    Scored 8.5
    Very Good
    Rated very good
     · 2,606 reviews

    Overlooking the gardens of Stormont Castle, in the leafy suburbs of Belfast, this luxurious 4-star hotel has its own bistro restaurant.

    First class hotel facilities great staff most helpful

  • Ivanhoe Inn and Hotel
    8.4
    Scored 8.4
    Very Good
    Rated very good
     · 712 reviews

    Just outside of Belfast city with the center only 20 minutes’ drive away is the Ivanhoe Inn and Hotel. Boasting free WiFi and fresh cooked breakfasts, the Ivanhoe also has free on-site parking.

    Location, comfortable room. Windows that open wide.

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What Guests Said About Belfast:

  • 10
    Scored 10

    5 days in Belfast. We did a lot for a babymoon.

    5 days in Belfast. We did a lot for a babymoon. Bus tour around the coast up to giants causeway was lovely to learn about the natural history. Bus tour of the city wasn't very good, better to spend your time in the museums. Titanic museum is pricey but defiantly worth it. Night life if you go out of the very center of the town you will find some lovely traditional pubs with traditional folk music.
    s.fearon
    United Kingdom
  • 8.0
    Scored 8.0

    The pubs in the city were great, the hole in the wall pub ,...

    The pubs in the city were great, the hole in the wall pub , just up the road from the bnb was very local and friendly We enjoyed the titanic museum and Belfast castle We drove to the giants causeway and the rope bridge, great views
    Donna
    Australia
  • 10
    Scored 10

    It's a great city to visit, especially if you like history.

    It's a great city to visit, especially if you like history. Driving (and parking) on your own can be challenging, but if you're up for the challenge, it's worth it. We definitely recommend the Black Taxi Tour, and we also took a walking tour of the Ballymurphy neighborhood in which we stayed.
    Kijeski
    United States of America
  • 10
    Scored 10

    Busy, vibrant, lots of interesting buildings and...

    Busy, vibrant, lots of interesting buildings and architecture, greenery, parks. The Titanic Experience was very impressive. Great open top bus tour, taking in just about everything you would want to see in the city centre and surrounds. Loads of eating places, shops, shopping centres. We tended to walk most places and went on one of the free guided walks. There are loads of buses but we didn't use them. It was interesting and eye opening to learn more about the local history and see the residential areas still affected by divisions.
    Linda Alexander
    United Kingdom
  • 10
    Scored 10

    Public transport was very reliable and frequent.

    Public transport was very reliable and frequent. The Titanic exhibition is well worth a visit. We arrived earlier than our allotted time and they changed this so there was no unnecessary waiting. There are numerous restaurants and eateries available, we ate in several and enjoyed them all. Particularly good was Zen restaurant, food was excellent along with wonderful cocktails, all at great value for money. The shopping centre is also worth visiting, all the shops expected alongside a lot of local shops. St George’s market also worth visiting (Friday to Sunday), especially Mamo patisserie for spectacular treats!
    Keith
    Isle of Man
  • 8.0
    Scored 8.0

    Best: Titanic Experience, Titanic Hotel (old Harland and...

    Best: Titanic Experience, Titanic Hotel (old Harland and Wolff HQ, is a museum in itself). Ulster Museum is a must-visit, as are the Botanic Gardens it is in. We were lucky enough to hear live readings, in the Gardens, of Seamus Heaney poetry by performers highlighting the opening of the Seamus Heaney Centre , Queen's University. For to City Hall and do the tour (you get to go in the Council Chamber). We went to a concert in Ormeau Park - really well organised. Restaurant we really liked was Home (couple of unites along street from City Hall) Tourism apart, there are still the flags and the walls to consider and absorb.
    Hoveman
    United Kingdom

Explore guest reviews of hotels in Belfast

  • From $203.13 per night
    8.5
    Scored 8.5
    Very Good
    Rated very good
     · 6,451 reviews
    The hotel is 10 minutes away from the city centre, 2 minutes to St George's Market and under 5 minutes to the train station (trains to Dublin f.e.). Staff during our stay was very attentive and helpful since checking in even when we didn't ask for much. Breakfast was good and with plenty of options. Room was big and with so many options for lighting.
    JaviVa90
    United Kingdom
  • 8.3
    Scored 8.3
    Very Good
    Rated very good
     · 259 reviews
    Absolutely fantastic apartment,,5 min walk from city centre and university quarter, spotlessly clean and comfortable.would highly recommend.cheaper then a budget hotel,but of high standards and perfect location for a city break or business trip.10/10
    Diarmuid
    Ireland
  • From $146.72 per night
    8.1
    Scored 8.1
    Very Good
    Rated very good
     · 5,143 reviews
    The room was spacious and had a brilliant view! The staff seemed friendly and breakfast was unreal. The location was handy to the city centre and pubs in the Cathedral Quarter. The parking across the road was cheap.
    A
    Anonymous
    United Kingdom
  • From $155.09 per night
    8.5
    Scored 8.5
    Very Good
    Rated very good
     · 2,606 reviews
    The hotel is across from the beautiful Stormont Estate with lovely walks and a playground for children. I did not need to go into the city centre for any reason as everything I needed was available nearby.
    Atiqa
    Ireland
  • From $199.04 per night
    8.7
    Scored 8.7
    Excellent
    Rated excellent
     · 2,841 reviews
    Perfect location, across road from concert. Ideal area same street as city centre shopping ,car park overnight was also cheap. Hotel all round is great value for money
    Michael
    Ireland

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