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Best Western Crescent Townhouse
13 Lower Crescent
BT7 1NR Belfast
Wellington Park Hotel
21 Malone Road
BT196RU Belfast
5.8 / 10
from £ 65
Dunadry Hotel And Country Club
2 Islandreagh Drive
BT41 2HA Belfast
5.2 / 10
from £ 65
The Fitzwilliam Hotel Belfast
1 - 3 Great Victoria Street
BT2 7BQ Belfast
8.4 / 10
from £ 80
Queens University Elms Village
Malone Road 78
BT9 5BW Belfast
La Mon Hotel and Country Club
41 Gransha Road Castlereagh
BT23 5RF Belfast
from £ 69
Victoria Apartments
28 Windsor Park
BT8 8AH Belfast
from £ 70
Hastings Culloden Hotel
Bangor Road
BT18 0EX Belfast
8.1 / 10
from £ 104
Ballyrobin Country Lodge
144 - 146 Ballyrobin Road
BT29 4EG Belfast
7.7 / 10
from £ 59
Tara Lodge
36 Cromwell Road
BT7 1JW Belfast
0.0 / 10
Hilton Belfast hotel
4 Lanyon Place
BT1 3LP Belfast
7.7 / 10
Days Hotel Belfast City Centre
40 Hope Street
BT12 5EE Belfast
6.4 / 10
Stormont Hotel
587 Upper Newtownards Road
BT4 3LP Belfast
7.7 / 10
from £ 59
Chimney Corner Hotel
630 Antrim Road
BT36 4RH Belfast
from £ 37
Holiday Inn Belfast
22 Ormeau Avenue
BT2 8HS Belfast
7.2 / 10
Travelodge Belfast Central
15 Brunswick Street
BT2 7GE Belfast
7.6 / 10
from £ 48
Botanic Rest
7-13 Cromwell Rd
BT7 1JW Belfast
0.0 / 10
from £ 35
Ramada Encore Belfast City Centre
20 Talbot Street
BT1 2LD Belfast
from £ 38
Holiday Inn Express Belfast-University Street
106 University Street
BT7 1HP Belfast
7.7 / 10
Balmoral Hotel
Blacks Road
BT10 0NF Belfast
0.0 / 10
from £ 45
Radisson Blu Hotel Belfast
The Gasworks, 3 Cromac Place
BT72JB Belfast
8.2 / 10
Ramada Shaws Bridge Belfast
117 Milltown Rd Shaws Bridge
BT8 7XP Belfast
9.0 / 10
Park Inn by Radisson Belfast
4 Clarence Street West
BT2 7GP Belfast
8.2 / 10
Hastings Europa Hotel
Great Victoria Street
BT2 7AP Belfast
7.1 / 10
from £ 68
Malone Lodge Hotel & Apartements
60 Eglantine Avenue
BT9 6DY Belfast
7.1 / 10
Springfield BnB
16 Springfield Road
BT12 7AG Belfast
Ibis Belfast Queens Quarter
75 University Street
BT7 1HL Belfast
8.4 / 10
Ibis Belfast City Centre
100 Castle Street
BT1 1HF Belfast
6.3 / 10
Clandeboye Lodge Hotel
10 Estate Road, Clandeboye
BT19 1UR Belfast
9.3 / 10
Corr's Corner Hotel
315 Ballyclare Road
BT36 4TQ Newtownabbey
from £ 59
Capital of Northern Ireland


Belfast is the capital city and the largest city in Northern Island. It is the 14th largest city in the UK and second only to Dublin in both North and the Republic of Ireland.



The city suffered greatly during the period of conflict known as The Troubles but is now a peaceful region and has benefited from recent economic and commercial growth. The conflict, which has now passed, was between Catholics and Protestants often termed locally as Republicans and Loyalists and lasted from as early as 1970 until 2001.



Belfast has a population of nearly 500,000 residents.


Banks dominate the architecture



The architecture in Belfast is varied and combines old and new. Some of the buildings date back to Edwardian times and a fine example of this includes Belfast City Hall in the town centre, the Lanyon Building, which is part of Queen’s University and Linehall Library located in Donegall Square North.



Two of the most impressive buildings in the city include Ulster Bank in Waring Street and Northern Bank in Donegall Street both of which date back to the early 1800s.



Alternatively head to the Cathedral Quarter to see some of the oldest buildings in Belfast but also witness the emergence of modern buildings as the entire City undergoes redevelopment. One of the most modern being Winsor House which is a sky scraper at 23 floors but already it is due to be eclipsed once the erection of the new Aurora Tower at 37 storeys is completed.



Belfast has more than 40 parks but one of the finest is the Botanic Gardens in the Queens Quarter, which was built in the 1800s and still hosts some of the earliest examples of cast iron and curving glasshouses.


The Titanic experience


One of the most recently visited venues in Belfast is the fantastic Titanic Belfast which is located in the Titanic Quarter and is centred around the world-famous ship’s construction through to her launch in the 1900s and her fateful maiden voyage.



The venue describes and illustrates a vibrant Belfast town and demonstration of the successful shipyards where the vessel was constructed through to the tragic end and footage of the wreck where it lies on the floor bed of the North Atlantic.

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