Hotels in Belfast, United Kingdom
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- Belfast City Centre
- Odyssey Arena (Titanic Quarter)
- Titanic Belfast
- Waterfront Hall
- Lisburn Road
- Belfast City Hall
- Grand Opera House
- Victoria Square Shopping Centre
- Castle Court Shopping Centre
- Queen's University of Belfast
- Junction One International Outlet Shopping Centre
- W5 Interactive Discovery Centre
- Belfast Castle
- Ravenhill Stadium
- Stormont Parliament Buildings
- Lyric Theatre
- Ulster Hall
- Belfast Zoo
- Belfast Botanic Gardens
- Crumlin Road Jail
Best hotels in Belfast
Belfast is the capital and largest city in Northern Ireland, and second largest city in all of the Island of Ireland. Nicknamed "Linenopolis" for its linen production, Belfast also became a major producer and exporter of tobacco, rope, and shipping during the Industrial Revolution, and its ship makers also built the famous RMS Titanic. Today the city still remains a center for industry, commerce, and culture, as well as being a thriving modern destination with bustling shopping streets, a lively nightlife, and famous gastronomy. Belfast has plenty of festivals and attractions all year round for everyone. Finding your ideal hotel in Belfast can be a difficult task, especially if you have certain expectations. Thanks to Hotels.com, finding and booking a hotel is simple, as you will have access to thousands of user submitted hotel reviews, hotel photo galleries, and a virtual tour of the area around your hotel thanks to our Google maps applet.
What's Belfast Like?
There is history around every corner in Belfast, as well as enough modern attractions to keep anyone entertained. Some of the most inspiring architecture can be found in the city center, such as the Victorian era Grand Opera House, and City Hall, both of which are open to the public, the latter of which offers guided tours. You can even visit Titanic's Dock and Pump-House if you want to marvel at the scale of its gargantuan dry dock. The Royal Ulster Rifles Museum offers a glimpse at the history of this locally raised regiment, and displays several artifacts such as weapons, uniforms, and spoils of war. If you have your heart set on some shopping, malls such as Victoria Square and Castle Court have plenty of big name brands as well as specialty stores.
Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Belfast
Irish people are known for being extremely welcoming and friendly, and are always happy to lend a hand to lost tourists. Summer in Belfast spans from June to August, and winds from the Celtic Sea keep peak temperatures at around 18°C during the afternoon, although the average temperature is more likely to be around 15°C. If you plan on reaching some of the outlying areas of the city, or fancy taking a tour of some of the nearby towns, Belfast Central Railway Station offers regular services to many destinations. For all of the latest news regarding tourist attractions and transport, you can find a Visit Belfast tourist information center in the city center on 9 Donegall Square North. Be sure to check out our Google maps applet via the Hotels.com website before you travel.
Belfast travel guides
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