Hotel Door

With its contemporary design and modern decor this three star and centrally located hotel in the heart of Belfast is close to shops, restaurants and bars, offering any visitor to Belfast real value for money.  With its first class business suite and conference rooms, this establishment offers its business guests the ideal environment to host any event or meeting and the stylish bar and restaurant is the perfect start or finish to a night in or out.  The 24 hour reception can arrange city tours, express check in/out and late check out, pay per use parking, laundry services and banqueting.  There is also free lobby internet and the use of security boxes at reception.

All the comfortable guest rooms are well serviced and facilities include cable and pay per use TV, tea and coffee making facilities, an en suite bathroom, a work desk with a lamp and a high speed internet connection, iron and ironing board, daily housekeeping and a hairdryer.  In addition, there is the option of inter connecting rooms which offer a flexible layout for larger groups and families.

Our top picks in the local area

For families

The Fun Works Play Centre is a great place for kids to let off some steam and play in a safe environment.  It consists of a huge play frame which is crammed with activities from slides to crawling tubes and mini football and basket ball.  There is a good coffee bar upstairs where adults can relax with a drink and a cake while watching their little darlings from the viewing gallery.

For romance

The Grand Opera House showcases the best local and international talent and is a wonderful place for a date, special occasion or anniversary.  Ornate yet modern, this place has a relaxed atmosphere with friendly staff and great productions.

For culture

While a tour of a graveyard may not be up everyone’s street, if you join an organised tour of The Clifton Street Cemetery you are party and privileged to the poignant history of this wonderful city and the people who made it what it is. Tours are organised through the Glenravel Local History Project who can be contacted online or through the tourist information.  Be aware the graveyard is not normally open to the general public so bookings must be made.

For shopping

Cubana is an exclusive, designer boutique which sells unique pieces and houses a great collection of luxurious cashmere and silk scarves.  An affordable boutique shop for those who like things a little different.

For eating out

CoCo has been on the Belfast dining scene for years and while the decor may feel a little dated, the food remains steadfastly good.  The food on the menu is varied but always tasty and all delivered to you at a great, affordable price.

For nightlife

Cafe Vauderville is always a hot ticket in town and if you want a seat at this evening venue you must book ahead.  Drinks are pricey but the jolly atmosphere onside makes up for that.


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