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Treat yourself to 5* in Belfast, at a fraction of the price!  Contemporary luxury awaits you when you book a room at this hotel.  Located close to the City Hall, this sumptuous establishment prides itself on its modern, clean style and friendly efficient staff.  All rooms are supplied with soft and fluffy bathrobes and slippers in your splendid en suite bathroom, a music centre, flat screen TV, complementary mineral water and tea and coffee, a turndown service, a well stocked minibar and internet access.  Nothing is too much trouble for the staff at this hotel and airport connections and pickups, currency exchange, city tours and parking can all be arranged by the discreet concierge service.  In addition, complementary newspapers can be delivered to your door each morning.

If you are visiting Belfast on business, the well appointed business centre is at your beck and call with fully equipped meeting rooms being available through a booking system.  An efficient courier service can also be arranged.  There is also an onsite fitness centre.

Our top picks in the local area

For families

Home to over 1000 animals and 150 different species, Belfast Zoological Gardens makes for a delightful family day out.  But it’s not all just about fun.  The zoo also undertake important conservation work with species that are under threat in their native homelands, along with over 90 other institutions who are part of extensive breeding programmes.

For romance

A shared experience is a romantic one, so why not try something different and take a cookery lesson together at The Cookery School, St James Street South?  The dedicated and professional teachers will teach you anything from sushi making to cocktails.  While a passion for cooking is develops, who knows what else will be flambéing?

For culture

The Ulster Folk and Transport Museum helps you step back in time and experience a life and time few now remember.  Discover cottages, schools, shops and farms as you wander through time and over 170 acres of outside space with you period costume dressed companion to guide you.  Experience for yourself the slower pace with horse drawn carriage rides before giving way to the steam powered locomotive journey and vintage cars in the transport section of this curious and delightful place.

For shopping

Aunt Sandra’s Candy Factory will bring out the child in everyone.  All the colours of the rainbow await you when you step through the magical doors of this emporium.  Traditional sweeties and candies, fudge and handmade delicate chocolates are just some of the sweet treats that greet you in this fun filled shop. Samples are available!

For eating

The stylish Hakka Noodle Bar in Belfast offers some of the finest Asian and Japanese cooking in a relaxed and convivial atmosphere – the perfect place to unwind and eat with family and friends.  For those on the hoof, take away portions of their mouth watering menu is also available.

For nightlife

After the sun goes down the fun begins.  Laughter is a great tonic and you can get it in huge doses at The Belfast Empire every Thursday night.  Live comedy acts ply their considerable talent on the boards of this hallowed club each week with varied other acts such as live music taking centre stage on other nights of the week.


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