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AC Hotel by Marriott Belfast 4 stars

Hotel in Belfast

AC Hotel Belfast is an urban retreat in a riverside location. Explore Belfast on foot with Titanic Belfast, City Hall, Belfast Waterfront, SSE Arena and the shops of Victoria Square a short walk away.... The breakfast was exellent the employyes were exellent

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Superb
1,765 reviews
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£81
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Hampton By Hilton Belfast City Centre 3 stars

Hotel in Belfast

Hampton by Hilton Belfast City Centre is located only 1.4 miles from the SSE Arena and a minute's walk from Great Victoria Street rail station. Great location for visiting Belfast. A lot of restaurants nearby and just a few minutes walk from Belfast city centre. Nearby also a multi storey garage with a good price for parking a car for a few days.

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9.1
Superb
5,324 reviews
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£66.24
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The Flint 4 stars

Hotel in Belfast

The Flint is located in Belfast, 350 metres from City Hall and 850 metres from The Waterfront Hall. The property is close to the Odyssey Arena, Victoria Square Shopping Centre and St. The room is amazing. The facilities in the room are very clean, tidy. Stuff are really helpful. Complementary Breakfast is offered every day. I like the design of the room, the color, the settings and everything. Also it's just located in the city center., close to the City Hall, Grand Opera House, and the us station...Definitely will stay for another time!

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9.5
Exceptional
3,435 reviews
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£60
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Maldron Hotel Belfast City 4 stars

Hotel in Belfast

Boasting a bar and on-site dining, Maldron Hotel Belfast City is located in Belfast, 800 metres from The Belfast Empire Music Hall. I loved everything from start to finish. Staff were so friendly and welcoming helped with parking and asked all questions we had. Location was very central a few minutes to city centre. Room was so clean. Woulld definitely stay again.

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9.1
Superb
4,169 reviews
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£66.40
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Bullitt Hotel 4 stars

Hotel in Cathedral Quarter, Belfast

Bullitt Hotel offers accommodation in Belfast, 1.2 km 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. Super helpful staff in a central location for tourists. Comfortable bed, amazing shower, big TV if you feel like a night in - and complementary fruit and yogurt for breakfast! GREAT value!

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1,687 reviews
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£95
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Causeway Hotel 3 stars

Hotel in Bushmills

Located on the UNESCO World Heritage site of the Giants Causeway, in Bushmills, Causeway Hotel offers en suite accommodation, a bar, a restaurant and 24-hour front desk. Comfortable bed. Amazing breakfast.

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1,575 reviews
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£171
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Ten Square Hotel 4 stars

Hotel in Belfast

Ten Square Hotel is situated in the heart of Belfast City Centre, a 5-minute drive from Titanic Quarter, SSE Arena, Waterfront Hall, Belfast Cathedral and all central attractions, shops, whilst... Breakfast: coffee was good and a full Irish breakfast was very nice. Drink service at the table would have been a nice addition and more in line with other similar hotels I've visited.

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9.1
Superb
3,740 reviews

Holiday Inn Belfast 4 stars

Hotel in Belfast

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 Centre are all within 10 minutes' walk of... The staff were very helpful. Location great right across from Great Victoria Station and close to city centre. The breakfast was really good, great fruit juice, soda bread delicious. Cinema right across the road which we visited on our last afternoon waiting to go to our boat.

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2,729 reviews
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£65.55
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Tara Lodge 4 stars

Hotel in Queens Quarter, Belfast

Located in the bohemian Queen’s Quarter of Belfast, a mere 10-minute walk from the city centre, Tara Lodge offers stylish, modern bedrooms with warm and genuine hospitality. Friendly staff Remember your names Clean

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9.4
Superb
1,095 reviews
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£105
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Inn On The Coast 3 stars

Hotel in Portrush

Just metres from the rugged cliffs of Portrush, Inn on the Coast has magnificent views towards Ramore Head. It’s great value for money and staff is very nice. Stayed twice and enjoyed both stays

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Superb
1,331 reviews
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£75.65
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Superb Landscapes and Thriving Cities

Situated on the green island of Ireland, Northern Ireland is a land of fascinating history and magnificent landscapes. From stunning coastline and vast mountains to lively cities, Northern Ireland has more than enough tempting attractions.

Birthplace of the legendary Titanic, Belfast is the region’s vibrant capital and 2nd largest city on the island. Recovering after more than 30 years of the Troubles, it is a popular city-break destination with a thriving nightlife, fascinating mural tours and great restaurants.

North-west from Belfast is Londonderry, also known as Derry, a modern city awarded with the UK City of Culture 2013 title and well-known for its intact medieval city walls. Nearby you can find Coleraine, a 20-minute drive from the world-renowned Giant’s Causeway, one of Northern Ireland’s major tourist attractions.

A visit to a small village of Bushmills, 15 km from Coleraine, and the world’s oldest distillery is a must for all Irish whiskey fans. For more outdoorsy types, Northern Ireland has plenty to offer: breathtaking views, steep rocky cliffs and turquoise sea, all part of its awe-inspiring North Coast. Further inland, you can come across waterfalls, historic castles and eerie ruins.

Whether you’re looking for city hotels in Belfast or Newcastle or spa hotels with swimming pools in the country, Booking.com has something on offer for your perfect Northern Ireland stay.

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