Belfast Breaks-2020

BELFAST HOTEL DEALS

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Jurys Inn Belfast

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Free WiFi
Non-smoking rooms
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Facilities for disabled guests
Room service
24-hour front desk
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Hampton By Hilton Belfast City Centre

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Parking
Free WiFi
Family rooms
good Fitness Center
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Restaurant
Tea/Coffee Maker in All Rooms
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Titanic Hotel Belfast

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Free WiFi
Family rooms
Non-smoking rooms
Restaurant
Facilities for disabled guests
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ibis Belfast City Centre

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Parking
Free WiFi
Non-smoking rooms
Restaurant
Facilities for disabled guests
24-hour front desk
Tea/Coffee Maker in All Rooms
Bar

ETAP Hotel Belfast

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Free WiFi
Pet friendly
Non-smoking rooms
Restaurant
Facilities for disabled guests
24-hour front desk
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Maldron Hotel Belfast City

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Free WiFi
Family rooms
Non-smoking rooms
Restaurant
Facilities for disabled guests
Room service
Tea/Coffee Maker in All Rooms
Bar

BELFAST BREAKS

Belfast is a city and seaport in eastern Northern Ireland which is known for its shipbuilding and linen production. It’s located right along the Lagan River at the head of Belfast Lough.  Belfast is not the dainty Irish maiden but it’s a gorgeous and enchanting spitfire with its lush rolling green hills and fields.  It is pretty picturesque for a place that is practically associated with something as masculine as ships and the marina.

Belfast has gone through a lot of tough times but it has picked up the pieces and the shards of its broken wings.  The city has toughened up, polished itself and has shed off its rough yesteryears.  Nowadays, tourists from all across Europe and other continents enjoy the peace and extravagance that Belfast’s pedestrian lanes offer.  Think of Rodeo Drive.  Now, take away the hustle and bustle and replace it with stress-free shopping.  That’s Belfast’s upscale arcades for you.  It’s a wonderful experience to walk around its many boutiques and jewelry stores and to hang out and dine in Belfast’s pubs and restaurants.

When it comes to attractions, Belfast has plenty to offer. If you are a fan of the theater, The Grand Opera House will be a favorite treat with its regular theatrical performances. Built in the late 19th century, The Grand Opera House also contains dramatic ceiling paintings as well as an amphitheater.
You can also see the Ulster Brewery, home Caffrey’s Irish Ale and another major attraction in Belfast.
When art and entertainment is more your kind of thing, you will surely enjoy visiting Belfast’s striking Waterfront Hall, a major arts and entertainment view which hosts numerous exciting events, concerts and even sporting competitions. Belfast’s Waterfront Hall is also one important center for business and is used to hold many corporate meetings and conferences.

The Odyssey Entertainment Complex is also a must see. Situated on Queen’s Quay, this premier entertainment complex boasts of a multi-screen cinema, an IMAX cinema, lively bars and restaurants, even fitness facilities and an indoor arena.

Another attraction in Belfast is the Queen’s University, the leading university and research complex in Belfast for over 150 years.

Belfast also boasts of a fine selection of gardens and parks with impressive trees, central gardens and gorgeous displays of flowers. Belfast Botanic Gardens in particular have been one of the most popular gardens in Belfast since they were created in the early 1800’s. Belfast Botanic Gardens features exotic plants and important plant collections of Belfast, ponds and giant water lilies and a raised walkway to stroll along. In Belfast Botanic Gardens, you will also find Belfast Tropical Ravine House, a 100 year old Victorian-style house that is a major tourist attraction in its own right.

At Sir Thomas and Lady Dixon Park, one can find the famous Rose Garden which features an enormous collection of traditional roses, a quarter of a million summer blooms and landscaped gardens as well as important Belfast rose trials.

When it comes to nightlife, you can spend a great evening at one of Belfast’s historic pubs or at one of the city’s hip modern bars. If pubs are your kind of thing, several of the best of Belfast’s pubs are tucked away in the pedestrian lanes of High Street. If you’re geared to having a night out with the young and trendy, you can head straight off to University Quarter.

If you’re looking for a good place to have a few good laughs, the basement of Empire Music Hall should crack you up with its stand-up comedy.

Shopping at Belfast is always a diverse experience. You can find a number of Victorian shopping arcades that are filled with gift shops and jewelry stores at the Center, around Donegall Place. From County Tyrone, you can splurge on Belleek china, linen and crystal. If you’re looking for local crafts, head off to Craftswork Gallery and Wicker Man or you can drop by at Cultúrlann MacAdam Ó Fiaich where you can find great Irish crafts and traditional Irish music.
You can also grab great finds at Belfast’s main shopping street, Royal Avenue where Castlecourt Shopping Center, the city’s downtown multi storey shopping mall is also located. Castlecourt Shopping Center is the largest in Northern Ireland which houses over 70 shops and boutiques.

From sightseeing to pub hopping to shopping, Belfast will surely keep you highly entertained during your stay with its myriad of scenic attractions and fun things to do.

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