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Hotels in Belfast

Belfast is the capital of Northern Ireland and the county's second-largest city. It enjoys a booming economy, which can be attributed to a recent transformation that saw the opening of several new hotels, restaurants, and shopping districts. With its beautiful 19th-century architecture, modern facilities, and famed tourist sites, it's easy to see why the city has remained a popular destination among travellers. Most tourists choose to stay in the city centre, which is based around Donegall Square and Royal Avenue, but the Titanic Quarter and Victoria Square also see a fair number of foreign visitors.

Where to Stay in Belfast

There are several major hotel chains represented throughout Belfast, all of which offer competitive rates. They include the Best Western Wellington Park, which is located on Malone Road; the Holiday Inn, situated on Ormeau Avenue; and the Ramada Encore, which is located on Talbot street, near the Belfast Cathedral and the University of Ulster. There is also a good selection of budget hotels in Belfast -- particularly around Queen's University.

It's important to keep in mind that Belfast is a large and bustling city, and hotels tend to remain busy throughout the year. It's advisable to book your stay ahead of arriving in Belfast to ensure the best possible rates. The good news is that accommodation in Belfast is generally inexpensive, and many of the most popular hotels are located within walking distance of the city's main tourist attractions.

Cheap Hotels in Belfast

There are several cheap and centrally located hotels in Belfast. They include the Jurys Inn on Fisherwick Place, the recently updated Travelodge Belfast Centre on Brunswick Street, and the Days Hotel on Hope Street -- all of which are well placed within walking distance of some of the city's most popular tourist sites.

Student travellers and backpacking enthusiasts can find comfortable, inexpensive accommodations at several youth hostels and backpackers' inns located throughout the city. A few good ones to consider are: City Backpacker, which is said to offer the most comfortable dormitory beds in the world; Belfast International Youth Hostel, which is located on Donegall Road and offers free Wifi and meal options; and The Ark Hostel, a small, independent hostel situated between Botanic Avenue and University road that offers weekly and monthly rentals.

Mid-Range Hotels in Belfast

Those looking for accommodations in Belfast that won't break the bank will find a number of three- and four-star hotels dotted throughout the city centre. Among them are the Days Hotel on Hope street, which is situated next to the Great Victoria Street Station and the Europa Bus Centre; and the Tara Lodge Belfast, which is located on Botanic Avenue and receives consistently high ratings on Tripadvisor and Trivago. Another option for mid-range lodging in Belfast is to stay in one of the self-catering flats offered by Self Catering Accommodation Belfast, which is located in the vibrant city centre close to "The Golden Mile."

Luxury Hotels in Belfast

For the ultimate in comfort, head to the five-star Hilton Belfast Hotel, which overlooks the breathtaking Lagan River and is known for its upscale Cables Bar and Sonoma Restaurant. Other great luxury hotels in Belfast are the Culloden Estate and Spa, and Malmaison Belfast.