Belfast

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8 reviews
The city's most flamboyant boutique hotel, a fabulous fusion of contemporary styling and old-fashioned elegance, with individually decorated rooms. — Lonely Planet
8
Golden Mile
5 reviews
Occupying a mid-19th century former linen mill behind City Hall, the hotel's location is about as good as it gets. — The Telegraph
8
5 reviews
This imposingly grand vision in Belfast stone presides over the forested slopes of the Holywood hills and the busy waters of Belfast Lough. — Fodor's
8
Golden Mile
5 reviews
This hotel... is so trendy and decked out in eggplant-and-black hues that one British newspaper described it as looking like "Dracula's living room. — Frommer's
8
Golden Mile
5 reviews
Good-value boutique-style hotel with an excellent restaurant, which uses local produce. . — Insight Guides
8
Golden Mile
5 reviews
This elegantly efficient hotel is a favorite of business travelers. — Frommer's
8
Queen's Quarter
4 reviews
This guesthouse feels more like a boutique hotel with its clean-cut, minimalist decor, friendly and efficient staff, and 34 bright and cheerful rooms. — Lonely Planet
8
City Centre
3 reviews
Cool Steve McQueen tribute that forgoes outdated hospitality hallmarks (wardrobes, mini-fridges) in favor of roomier digs — Jetsetter
7
Golden Mile
5 reviews
Close to Belfast’s city centre, this five-star hotel is a popular choice among visiting celebrities, offering a cosy, firelit evening atmosphere and good value for money. — The Telegraph
7
3 reviews
In the leafy university neighborhood south of the city center, the Malone has plenty of fans drawn by its unfussy but efficient style. Rooms are large and elegant. — Frommer's
7
Queen's Quarter
3 reviews
A stylish Best Western boutique hotel with a perfect location, the Crescent is an elegant Victorian town house transformed into a den of designer chic. — Lonely Planet
7
Queen's Quarter
4 reviews
Behind a redbrick Victorian facade, the design here is cool and contemporary. Well located near an array of bars and restaurants, and a 10-minute walk to the city centre. — Insight Guides
7
Golden Mile
4 reviews
The Jurys Inn Belfast is in a great city-centre location, right next door to the Grand Opera House — The Telegraph
7
2 reviews
Set in the village of Crawfordsburn, this 1614 coach inn, reputedly Ireland's oldest, certainly looks the part: it's pure 17th-century with a sculpted thatch roof, half doors, and leaded-glass windows. — Fodor's
7
Golden Mile
2 reviews
This contemporary Belfast property benefits from a deliciously stylish interior, a lovely riverside setting with a terrace for dining on warm evenings, comfy beds, friendly and attentive staff. — The Telegraph
7
Golden Mile
2 reviews
Reliable comfort and central positioning make the mid-range Premier Inn Belfast City Centre (Alfred Street) Hotel a good downtown pick, but don't expect more than the basics here — Oyster
7
2 reviews
Run by the hospitable Bernadette and Conor McClelland, guest rooms are airy, each with garden views. — Fodor's
7
2 reviews
Blending nods to the city's history and heritage design details with contemporary amenities and vibrant hangouts. — Condé Nast Traveler
7
Stranmillis
3 reviews
Charming former rectory, this guesthouse serves a particularly fine breakfast. . — Insight Guides
7
Queen's Quarter
1 review
Comfy bunks, lockable luggage baskets, private shower cubicles and a relaxed atmosphere... conveniently located close to both Queen's and the city centre. — Lonely Planet
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