Hotel Door

This stylish four star hotel is situated in the heart of Belfast’s shopping district near to the town hall firmly placing you in the thick of the action making it a good choice for pleasure seekers.  That said, with its premier business suites and modern and functional equipment, this establishment is also a firm favourite with business guests.  This is a hotel which prides itself on a consistent and high level of service which keeps guests coming back time and time again.  The secure 24 hour reception are friendly and discreet and can arrange a plethora of services for you including city tours, currency exchange, express check in/out, VIP and valet services, access to the free lobby WiFi and banqueting facilities.  In addition, this hotel offers its guests free parking at the weekends.  There is also an elegant lobby bar and gardens for resident’s particular use.

The guestrooms offer real value for money and offer residents a great level of comfort featuring air conditioning, complimentary toiletries in the en suite bathroom, a flat screen LCD TV with pay per view movies, tea and coffee making facilities, a turndown service, a work desk with lamp and internet connection, under floor heating, a well stocked mini bar, sewing kits, iron and ironing board, a trouser press and a safe with note book plug.  In addition, there is also the option of inter connecting rooms for larger families and groups.

Our top picks in the local area

For families

The Glengormley Sports Bowl is a fun filled family day out with its 16 lane top class ten pin bowling alley, indoor play areas and on site indoor carting and quads.  A real windfall for those rainy days!

For romance

Beautiful and serene, the Belfast Lough Nature Reserve is a place to go quietly and treat gently and be rewarded with sightings of birds and wildlife to soothe the soul, under the shade of the thick covering of native trees.  A delightful waterside location for some quality time with your other half.

For culture

The Crumlin Road Gaol dates back to 1845 and closed its doors to its last prisoner in 1996.  Today, it operates as a tourist attraction, visitors centre and conference space and the turbulent history of the place can be traced back with the help of the knowledgeable guides who are ready and willing to answer any questions you may have.

For shopping

The Arcadia Deli on Lisburn Road has been trading in the same space since the 1930’s and is a Belfast institution.  Fine food hampers containing the crème de la crème of artisan and local food can be made up to suit your taste and budget.  Serious foodies will love this place.

For eating out

Lisbarnett House has a varied and reasonably priced menu of which the gourmet burgers and grills are the star attraction.  This place is a carnivore’s paradise with melt in the mouth and meaty offerings which are dripping with taste being found around each page of the menu.  Best avoided by vegetarians!

For nightlife

Ollie’s is a sophisticated and opulent nightclub situated in the vault of an old bank building.  With sexy, divided spaces this club is a favourite haunt of local celebrities and is always packed any night of the week.




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