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Budget hotels in Belfast
On a smaller budget, you could stay at Park Inn By Radisson Belfast, where prices are about 131US$ per night on average. To stay in an atmospheric central area, book a budget Arnies Backpackers, 1000 meters from the city center. Hostels like the budget-friendly Belfast International Youth Hostel are a perfect fit, as it is within a short walking distance of Big Fish and offers a free private carpark and free parking. Queen'S University Belfast, Elms Village and Brookhill Serviced Apartments offer affordable rates in the heart of Queens Quarter district.
Proximity to public transport
The Fitzwilliam Hotel Belfast is a 5-star hotel about 400 meters from the city center and 200 meters from Belfast Great Victoria Street train station.
Convenience of staying in the city center
Travelers who prefer staying in the center of the city should check out Holiday Inn Belfast City Centre and Ibis Belfast City Centre, which are a 10 and 5-minute walk from the city center. Belfast Apartment and Self Catering Belfast are good apartments that will place you within a 10-minute walk of the city center. To explore Gaeltacht Quarter district, choose a hotel near Titanic Belfast, such as Springfield B&B with room rates from 172US$.
Select a hotel next to St. Joseph's Catholic Church, such as Hilton Belfast, which is located a 10-minute walk away from the city center. If you want to be close to The Alice Clock, choose a hotel like Premier Inn Belfast City Centre.
Luxury and boutique accommodation
Luxury seekers might opt for a stay at Stormont, a 4-star hotel with a tennis court, an outdoor swimming pool and a golf course. If you like comfort and coziness, think about booking a room at The Crescent Townhouse which is within 5 minutes' walk of No Alibis Bookstore.
Apartments, B&Bs and others
The Gregory is a cozy B&B that will put you only a 15-minute walk from Golden Mile. For families traveling with kids, Jurys Inn Belfast or Radisson Blu Hotel Belfast are must-stay accommodations, as they offer a golf course and boating. For a relaxing vacation, book a resort hotel near The Fenderesky Gallery, such as Europa or La Mon Hotel And Country Club.
BELFAST is the capital and the largest city in Northern Ireland.
It lies on Ireland's eastern coast and is surrounded by hills in the northwest. Belfast is located at the mouth of the River Lagane, while Belfast Lough has become renowned for its shipbuilding industry. The ill-fated Titanic was built in Belfast by Harland and Wolff, the world’s largest shipyard at the time. Belfast has grown rapidly from being a market town to an industrial city. The city’s architectural style reflects that transformation. Belfast houses Edwardian and Victorian style buildings, along with modern structures.
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There are lots of interesting sights to see while in Belfast. The most visited tourist attractions include;
- Saint Anne's Cathedral is a stunning building located in the middle of the ‘Cathedral Quarter’. There are various cafes, bars and different small galleries in the area
- Belfast Castle constructed in 1870 and restored in 1988 is one of the major landmarks of the city. Here you can get a picturesque view of the city from Cave Hill
- Belfast Exposed is the only photo gallery in Northern Ireland
- Belfast Print Workshop and Gallery where you can find a decent collection of local artists’ works
- Ulster Museum records the history of Irish conflict and a great collection of art
- Belfast Central Library built in Victorian style, is renowned for complete archives of all Northern Irish newspapers
Belfast’s Botanic Gardens located in the heart of the city, is definitely worth a stroll. The Gardens house a Tropical Ravine, rose gardens and jungle glen. Some other great areas for promenades include the Cave Hill Country Park, Lagan Valley Regional Park and Colin Glen. These parks usually hold some famous events, such as Rose Week festival, bird watching evenings and others. If you are travelling with children, Belfast Zoo is the place to visit. This is a home to over 1,200 animals of 140 species. For shopping, please go to Royal Avenue, which is the main shopping area in Belfast. Otherwise, Cornmarket offer a wide selection of high street retail shops. Among other interesting ways to spend time, you can take a Titanic Boat Tour around the area the famous ship was built.
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