Where to stay in Belfast – Best neighborhoods and hotels

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From funky hostels to spa castles, the options for where to stay in Belfast are endless. To help you with this choice, we have selected the best options for those looking for where to stay in Belfast, Northern Ireland.

Belfast is a small city, full of charms and little surprises. The capital of Northern Ireland has a history steeped in history, with beautifully restored buildings, including many of its hotels and vacation rentals. To help you choose the ideal accommodation for your trip, we've prepared a complete guide on where to stay in Belfast!



Most accommodations are in the city center, close to the main districts: the Queens Quarter and the Cathedral Quarter. Here are the most visited attractions in Belfast, the pier where the ocean liner Titanic was born and its new museum, among the charms of the oldest neighborhoods in the city.

We have selected the best hotels in the city for different types of travellers: budget options, apartments, cost-effective accommodation as well as luxury ones. Check below where to stay in Belfast.

In this post you will read:

  • Where to stay in Belfast
  • Where to stay in the Queens Quarter
  • Where to stay in the Cathedral Quarter
  • Where to stay in the Center Quarter
  • Where to stay in the Titanic Quarter
  • Best hotels in Belfast
  • List of most booked hotels in Belfast
  • How much is a night in Belfast?
  • Luxury hotels in Belfast
  • Cheap hotels in Belfast
  • Romantic hotels in Belfast
  • Family hotels in Belfast
  • Accessible hotels in Belfast
  • Belfast vacation rentals
  • Northern Ireland travel insurance
  • Flights to Belfast
  • Chip the internet in Belfast
  • Belfast – Travel Guide
  • Frequently Asked Questions

Where to stay in Belfast


Belfast City Council – Photo: K. Mitch Hodge, via Unsplash

Neighborhoods in Northern Ireland's capital are called “quarters” and four of them are top choices for where to stay in Belfast. They are: the Center Quarter, the Queens Quarter, the Cathedral Quarter and the Titanic Quarter.


The best choices are the Queens Quarter and the Cathedral Quarter. Both neighborhoods are well located, not far from the center and close to several tourist attractions in the capital. Unlike the Center Quarter, which is a strategic region, but quite commercial and less cozy than the others, the aforementioned districts have residences and concentrate pubs, restaurants and a more lively nightlife.

For those who want a more modern neighborhood overlooking the Titanic Belfast, the Titanic Quarter is a region that has grown a lot due to the construction of the museum. Even a little further away is a comfortable place with domestic accommodations that can be a good choice.

Where to stay in the Queens Quarter

One of the most interesting neighborhoods to stay in Belfast is the Queens Quarter. The location is close to a university, thus being a residential and young area, with a livelier nightlife. The neighborhood is next to the city center and has cheaper options, as well as being close to several very interesting tourist attractions in the capital, such as the Botanical Garden, Queens University itself and the Ulster Museum.

Hotels in the Queens Quarter

  • Tara Lodge – Nightly rates from £113 – 9,4 grade
  • Vagabonds Hostel – Nightly rates from £19 – 8,4 grade
  • The Harrison Chambers of Distinction – Nightly rates from £133 – 9,1 grade
  • The Warren Belfast – Nightly rates from £129 – 8,8 grade
  • Dukes At Queens – Nightly rates from £132 – 8,9 grade
  • The Malone – Nightly rates from £121 – 8,2 grade
  • House Belfast Hotel – Nightly rates from £112 – 8,1 grade
  • The 1852 Hotel – Nightly rates from £80 – 8,3 grade
  • Number 11 by the Warren Collection – Nightly rates from £115 – 8,3 grade

See more options for where to stay in the Queens Quarter in Belfast.



Where to stay in the Cathedral Quarter

Closer to the downtown area is the Cathedral Quarter, another good option for where to stay in Belfast. The place is named after the Cathedral of St. Anne, well worth the visit. The neighborhood is very close to many points of interest in the destination and is famous for the pubs and bars that liven up the nightlife. For those who want to enjoy a classic night out in Belfast, this could be the ideal choice.

Hotels in the Cathedral Quarter

  • Malmaison Hotel Belfast – Nightly rates from £106 – 8,0 grade
  • ibis Belfast City Centre – Nightly rates from £72 – 8,2 grade
  • The Merchant Hotel – Nightly rates from £369 – 9,2 grade
  • Bullitt Hotel – Nightly rates from £99 – 8,7 grade
  • Ramada by Wyndham Belfast – Nightly rates from £109 – 8,1 grade

See more options for where to stay in the Cathedral Quarter in Belfast.

Where to stay in the Center Quarter

The Center Quarter is the option for those looking to stay in central Belfast. The region is exactly what it proposes, close to everything and in the heart of the city. However, it is a busy neighborhood, with most of the buildings being commercial, so it can be a little noisy. However, there are several very comfortable options in this district. Therefore, it is also important to note that, even if it is a strategic location, it is not the cheapest of all.


Hotels in the Center Quarter

  • Hampton By Hilton Belfast City Centre – Nightly rates from £110 – 8,3 grade
  • Maldron Hotel Belfast City – Nightly rates from £129 – 8,5 grade
  • Ten Square Hotel – Nightly rates from £166 – 8,8 grade
  • Hilton Belfast – Nightly rates from £187 – 8,5 grade
  • Holiday Inn Belfast, an IHG Hotel – Nightly rates from £102 – 8,4 grade
  • Europa Hotel – Nightly rates from £140 – 8,6 grade
  • The Flint – Nightly rates from £123 – 9,1 grade
  • Grand Central Hotel Belfast – Nightly rates from £190 – 8,8 grade
  • The Fitzwilliam Hotel Belfast – Nightly rates from £180 – 9,1 grade
  • Jurys Inn Belfast – Nightly rates from £116 – 8,0 grade

See more options for where to stay in the Center Quarter in Belfast.


Where to stay in the Titanic Quarter

The Titanic Quarter stands out among the options of where to stay in Belfast due to the Titanic Belfast, a museum in honor of the famous ship and with a modern and striking architecture. The region is further away from the center and in addition to the hotels, there is the possibility of renting apartments for the season and even staying on a boat anchored on the shore.

  • Titanic Hotel Belfast – Nightly rates from £167 – 8,7 grade
  • Barge At Titanic – Nightly rates from £165 – 9,2 grade
  • Benjis Apartment – Nightly rates from £170 – 9,4 grade
  • CK Serviced Apartments Belfast – Nightly rates from £184 – 9,6 grade
  • The Culloden Estate and Spa – Nightly rates from £279 – 8,5 grade

See more options for where to stay in the Titanic Quarter in Belfast.

Best hotels in Belfast

See below for the best hotels in Belfast according to guest reviews and the quality offered in these stays. We evaluate the comfort, advantages and cost-benefit of each one of them:

1 – The Fitzwilliam Hotel Belfast (Center Quarter)

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Next to the Grand Opera House in Belfast, the hotel The Fitzwilliam Hotel Belfast It is one of the most luxurious in the city. The hotel is super modern and elegant, with several shared areas like the Fitzwilliam restaurant, and lots of modern art and sophisticated decor scattered throughout the property. Rooms are spacious with Egyptian cotton sheets. It is a good lodging option for couples and families looking for comfort and sophistication. – SEE PRICES

  • Nights from £180
  • Overall Guest Rating: 9,1 / 3.457 reviews
  • Offers free cancellation (see conditions)
  • Nearby Attractions: Grand Opera House Belfast (0,1 km), Ulster Hall (0,3 km), and St. Peter's Cathedral, Belfast (0,7 km)

Featured rating:

“Nice big and clean rooms. Polite and helpful staff. Well situated in the city.” – Colin no Booking.com - see all reviews

2 – The Merchant Hotel (Cathedral Quarter)

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O The Merchant Hotel It is an exquisitely decorated hotel, making it a luxurious choice of where to stay in Belfast. The accommodation offers free Wi-Fi, a spa, a gym and a hot tub for guests. Rooms feature air conditioning, a TV and original artwork. The historic building in which the hotel is now located dates back to 1860. – SEE PRICES

  • Nights from £369
  • Overall Guest Rating: 9,2 / 621 reviews
  • Offers free cancellation (see conditions)
  • Nearby Attractions: Cathedral of St. Anne (0,4 km), Ulster University, Belfast Campus (0,4 km), and Belfast City Hall (0,6 km)

Featured rating:

“Luxurious, beautiful, we felt very well taken care of. Had a lovely dinner and cocktails at the jazz bar. Most comfortable bed I've ever slept in!” – Kendra no Booking.com - see all reviews

3 – The Flint (Center Quarter)

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O The Flint it's another good choice of where to stay in downtown Belfast. Reception is open 24 hours, there is free wifi and laundry facilities that can be used by guests. The location also offers some breakfast facilities. The rooms are studios with a Smart TV, a desk, a kettle and a small kitchen equipped with an oven and dishwasher, some even have views of the city. – SEE PRICES

  • Nights from £123
  • Overall Guest Rating: 9,1 / 3.816 reviews
  • Offers free cancellation (see conditions)
  • Nearby Attractions: Grand Opera House Belfast (0,1 km), Belfast City Hall (0,2 km), and St. Peter's Cathedral, Belfast (0,8 km)

Featured rating:

“Attentive staff. Flat with adequate size, it is possible to prepare a breakfast and even a short meal. It has a collective laundry, you can buy soap at reception and wash and dry your clothes in peace. Located in the central region, next to City Hall.” – Daniela not Booking.com - see all reviews

4 – Ten Square Hotel (Center Quarter)

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Already Ten Square Hotel has a privileged view of Belfast City Hall. Located in the central region, it is close to several interesting points and is known by guests for its comfortable beds, regardless of the choice between the various suites. It is possible to enjoy the beautiful view on the 7th floor while enjoying the restaurant The Loft. – SEE PRICES

  • Nights from £166
  • Overall Guest Rating: 8,8 / 4.984 reviews
  • Offers free cancellation (see conditions)
  • Nearby Attractions: Belfast City Hall (0,1 km), Grand Opera House Belfast (0,3 km), and The Belfast Empire Music Hall (0,9 km)

Featured rating:

“Excellent hotel, clean, comfortable and new rooms. Excellent service team, they helped us a lot to solve a problem we had to return a rental car. Very central, with good options for restaurants nearby.” – Br_renato no Booking.com - see all reviews

5 – The Warren Belfast (Queens Quarter)

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Another well-located option of where to stay in Belfast is the The Warren Belfast. The stay offers free parking, a shared lounge and WiFi. Rooms have air conditioning, a TV and some have a small kitchen with a microwave. The location is close to several points of interest in the capital and has adaptations in the rooms and bathrooms for people with disabilities. – SEE PRICES

  • Nights from £129
  • Overall Guest Rating: 8,8 / 1.509 reviews
  • Offers free cancellation (see conditions)
  • Nearby Attractions: The Belfast Empire Music Hall (0,2 km), Queen's University of Belfast (0,4 km), and Grand Opera House Belfast (0,9 km)

Featured rating:

“Best value for money, the location is exceptional, the cleanliness is excellent, the room is very beautiful and well decorated, the bed and pillows were very comfortable and the canteen was cozy.” – Samia on Booking.com - see all reviews

6 – Jurys Inn Belfast (Center Quarter)

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With a modern and clean atmosphere, the Jurys Inn Belfast It is one of the favorite hotels for visitors to the city. Good value for money, one of the hotel's main highlights is its location, right next to the Belfast City Hall and Opera House. The hotel also offers laundry services and public parking nearby. – SEE PRICES

  • Nights from £116
  • Overall Guest Rating: 8,0 / 10.771 reviews
  • Offers free cancellation (see conditions)
  • Nearby Attractions: Grand Opera House Belfast (0,1 km), Ulster Hall (0,2 km), and Belfast City Hall (0,3 km)

Featured rating:

“Very nice room. Modern, clean and spacious. Excellent location!” – Maria not Booking.com - see all reviews

7 – The Harrison Chambers of Distinction (Queens Quarter)

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O The Harrison Chambers of Distinction it is located in one of the best districts to stay in Belfast and has exquisite decor. The hotel offers breakfast for guests, as well as parking, Wi-Fi and 24-hour reception. The four rooms have a terrace, a desk and some have a living room. There are several restaurants and bars in the surroundings. – SEE PRICES

  • Nights from £133
  • Overall Guest Rating: 9,0 / 260 reviews
  • Offers free cancellation (see conditions)
  • Nearby Attractions: Ulster Museum (0,3 km), Queen's University of Belfast (0,6 km), and The Belfast Empire Music Hall (1 km)

Featured rating:

“The hotel is stunning, with beautifully presented rooms steeped in history. Every stylistic touch adds joy and to the experience, and the owner and staff are extremely friendly and helpful.” – Bland no Booking.com - see all reviews

8 – Titanic Hotel Belfast (Titanic Quarter)

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Adjacent to Titanic Belfast is the Titanic Hotel Belfast. The hotel offers a modern and minimalist decor, with a 24-hour reception, wi-fi and a restaurant available for guests. Rooms feature a TV and a kettle, some have a view of the monument. The hotel also offers a babysitting service and a place to store your bags safely. – SEE PRICES

  • Nights from £167
  • Overall Guest Rating: 8,6 / 4.604 reviews
  • Offers free cancellation (see conditions)
  • Nearby Attractions: Belfast Metropolitan College (0,1 km), Titanic Belfast (0,6 km), and Ulster University, Belfast Campus (1,4 km)

Featured rating:

“Great breakfast, very comfortable beds and friendly staff.” – Ben not Booking.com - see all reviews

9 – Bullitt Hotel (Cathedral Quarter)

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O Bullitt Hotel It is located next to the Cathedral of St. Anne. The hotel has affordable prices and modern decor, offering wi-fi, restaurant, garden, 24-hour reception with the possibility of renting bicycles and purchasing tickets to attractions. The rooms are very complete, with a king size bed, TV, minibar and a beautiful view of the capital. – SEE PRICES

  • Nights from £99
  • Overall Guest Rating: 8,7 / 2.052 reviews
  • Offers free cancellation (see conditions)
  • Nearby Attractions: Cathedral of St. Anne (0,5 km), Belfast City Hall (0,5 km), and Ulster University, Belfast Campus (0,5 km)

Featured rating:

“ You won't find a better location than this hotel when staying in Belfast. It's our 3rd stay at our hotel. You can park in Victoria Square and access everything else on foot. Rooms are small but have everything you need. All the bars in the hotel are amazing. The staff is very friendly.” – Orla no Booking.com - see all reviews

10 – Dukes At Queens (Queens Quarter)

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Another good option in the Queens Quarter is the Dukes At Queens. Well located in the center of the capital, the hotel offers spacious rooms with contemporary decor and equipped with TV, air conditioning and coffee maker. The accommodation also has free wi-fi and serves a delicious breakfast for guests. – SEE PRICES

  • Nights from £132
  • Overall Guest Rating: 8,9 / 1.236 reviews
  • Offers free cancellation (see conditions)
  • Nearby Attractions: The Belfast Empire Music Hall (0,2 km), Queen's University of Belfast (0,2 km), and Ulster Museum (0,5 km)

Featured rating:

“Good location, main streets and accessible restaurants within walking distance. The staff was very friendly and the bed was very comfortable.” – Charlotte no Booking.com - see all reviews

11 – Malmaison Hotel Belfast (Cathedral Quarter)

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Located in a building built in the 1800's right in the center of the city, the Malmaison Hotel Belfast it is a boutique hotel with 62 stylish rooms. The property tastefully mixes the incredible history of the city, with a contemporary decor composed of small surprises – such as the amenities that are worth mentioning for their packaging full of good humor. The Malmaison Hotel Belfast is well located and another good option for where to stay in Belfast. – SEE PRICES

  • Nights from £106
  • Overall Guest Rating: 8,0 / 1.959 reviews
  • Offers free cancellation (see conditions)
  • Nearby Attractions: Cathedral of St. Anne (0,5 km), Ulster University, Belfast Campus (0,6 km), and Belfast City Hall (0,6 km)

Featured rating:

“The hotel is well located: easy access to the center of Belfast and also close to the train station. We did everything on foot.” – Paul on Booking.com - see all reviews

12 – Vagabonds Hostel (Queens Quarter)

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Located in the Queens Quarter, the Vagabonds Hostel it is a little away from the main attraction of the city, the Titanic Belfast. However, the 3,4 km that separate the hostel from the center does not mean a distance that cannot be faced on foot, by taxi or by bus. The savings are worth it: the hostel has a continental breakfast and a very economical price. The hostel has private or shared rooms. – SEE PRICES

  • Nights from £19
  • Overall Guest Rating: 8,4 / 1.103 reviews
  • Offers free cancellation (see conditions)
  • Nearby Attractions: The Belfast Empire Music Hall (0,2 km), Queen's University of Belfast (0,4 km), and Ulster Museum (0,6 km)

Featured rating:

“The place is very comfortable. I loved the decoration with posters and graffiti. The hostel is extremely cozy!” – Lillian no Booking.com - see all reviews

13 – The Culloden Estate and Spa (Titanic Quarter)

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Imagine staying in a castle in Northern Ireland? O The Culloden Estate and Spa It is one of the “dream” accommodations for travelers to the country. The service is impeccable and the infrastructure is modern and well preserved. All this just a 10-minute drive from downtown Belfast. The hotel has a spa, swimming pool, steam room, dance studio and gym. It's an excellent choice for couples and independent travelers who want a quiet experience close to the city. – SEE PRICES

  • Nights from £279
  • Overall Guest Rating: 8,5 / 395 reviews
  • Offers free cancellation (see conditions)
  • Nearby Attractions: Ulster Folk and Transport Museum (1,3 km), Titanic Belfast (7,8 km), and Belfast Metropolitan College (8,5 km)

Featured rating:

“Close to the Titanic experience and Stena ferry port. The hotel is well equipped with excellent facilities. I particularly enjoyed the view from the sauna (unique in my experience).” – William no Booking.com - see all reviews

14 – Barge At Titanic (Titanic Quarter)

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To finish our list of indications, how about living a different experience in Barge At Titanic? Accommodation is a boat that is moored on the edge of the Titanic Quarter. The stay offers wi-fi and a charming terrace with views of the sea and the monument. The rooms have a private bathroom and a kettle/coffee maker. – SEE PRICES

  • Nights from £165
  • Overall Guest Rating: 9,2 / 145 reviews
  • Offers free cancellation (see conditions)
  • Nearby Attractions: SSE Arena (0,1 km), Belfast Metropolitan College (0,4 km), and Titanic Belfast, (0,8 km)

Featured rating:

“Michael the host, was just brilliant. A warm, friendly and knowledgeable character who wants the best for his customers. The location is without a doubt the best in Belfast. The barge is unique and special.” – Gerard no Booking.com - see all reviews

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List of most booked hotels in Belfast

Below you can check a list of all the hotels in Belfast that we recommend in the post. Thus, it is possible to identify fundamental characteristics of the accommodations, such as the daily rate for a couple, in addition to the rating of the places on Booking.com, making it easier for you to choose the ideal stay.

  1. The Fitzwilliam Hotel Belfast (Center Quarter) – Rates from £180 – Grade 9,1
  2. The Merchant Hotel (Cathedral Quarter) – Rates from £369 – Grade 9,2
  3. The Flint (Center Quarter) – Rates from £123 – Grade 9,1
  4. Ten Square Hotel (Center Quarter) – Rates from £166 – Grade 8,8
  5. The Warren Belfast (Queens Quarter) – Rates from £129 – Grade 8,8
  6. Jurys Inn Belfast (Center Quarter) – Rates from £116 – Grade 8,0
  7. The Harrison Chambers of Distinction (Queens Quarter) – Rates from £133 – Grade 9,1
  8. Titanic Hotel Belfast (Titanic Quarter) – Rates from £167 – Grade 8,7
  9. Bullitt Hotel (Cathedral Quarter) – Rates from £99 – Grade 8,7
  10. Dukes At Queens (Queens Quarter) – Rates from £132 – Grade 8,9
  11. Malmaison Hotel Belfast (Cathedral Quarter) – Rates from £106 – Grade 8,0
  12. Vagabonds Hostel (Queens Quarter) – Rates from £19 – Grade 8,4
  13. The Culloden Estate and Spa (Titanic Quarter) – Rates from £279 – Grade 8,5
  14. Barge At Titanic (Titanic Quarter) – Rates from £165 – Grade 9,2

See all Belfast hotel options.

How much is a night in Belfast?

The average price for a night in Belfast is £130 (double room) but this amount can vary depending on location, facilities, whether the trip falls on a public holiday or whether the booking was made in advance.

  • Cheap hotels in Belfast start from £20
  • Good value hotels start from £115 a night
  • Luxury hotels in Belfast start from £280

Luxury hotels in Belfast

For those who want a 5 star stay, our recommendation is to stay in one of these luxury hotels in Belfast. The following stays have a spa, bathtub and other amenities so you can rest between trips to the capital.

  • The Merchant Hotel (Cathedral Quarter) – Rates from £369 – Grade 9,2
  • The Culloden Estate and Spa (Titanic Quarter) – Rates from £279 – Grade 8,5
  • The Fitzwilliam Hotel Belfast (Center Quarter) – Rates from £180 – Grade 9,1
  • Grand Central Hotel Belfast (Center Quarter) – Rates from £190 – Grade 8,8

See all Belfast luxury hotel options.

Cheap hotels in Belfast

For those looking to save money on their stay, we've selected some great cheap hotels to stay in Belfast. The accommodations are comfortable and very well located in the capital, close to the main tourist attractions so you can enjoy the destination without spending too much.

  • Vagabonds Hostel (Queens Quarter) – Rates from £19 – Grade 8,4
  • ibis Belfast City Centre (Cathedral Quarter) – Rates from £72 – Grade 8,2
  • The 1852 Hotel (Queens Quarter) – Rates from £80 – Grade 8,3
  • Bullitt Hotel (Cathedral Quarter) – Rates from £99 – Grade 8,7

See all the cheap hotel options in Belfast.

Romantic hotels in Belfast

Those traveling as a couple can take advantage of some of the alternatives of romantic hotels in Belfast for a more intimate stay. The alternatives include accommodations with hydro, refined and more, check out:

  • The Merchant Hotel (Cathedral Quarter) – Rates from £369 – Grade 9,2
  • Ten Square Hotel (Center Quarter) – Rates from £166 – Grade 8,8
  • The Warren Belfast (Queens Quarter) – Rates from £129 – Grade 8,8
  • The Culloden Estate and Spa (Titanic Quarter) – Rates from £279 – Grade 8,5
  • Malmaison Hotel Belfast (Cathedral Quarter) – Rates from £106 – Grade 8,0

See all Belfast romantic hotel options.

Family hotels in Belfast

Families visiting Belfast can also take advantage of several hotels, luxury or cheaper, that are prepared to receive groups of people in comfort. See the highlights with good value for money:

  • Jurys Inn Belfast (Center Quarter) – Rates from £116 – Grade 8,0
  • Titanic Hotel Belfast (Titanic Quarter) – Rates from £167 – Grade 8,7
  • Bullitt Hotel (Cathedral Quarter) – Rates from £99 – Grade 8,7
  • Barge At Titanic (Titanic Quarter) – Rates from £165 – Grade 9,2

See all family hotel options in Belfast.

Accessible hotels in Belfast

We also selected hotels in Belfast that are accessible for people with disabilities and reduced mobility. The following accommodations offer adapted bathrooms and bedrooms that are easily accessible for guests. See the highlights:

  • The Merchant Hotel (Cathedral Quarter) – Rates from £369 – Grade 9,2
  • The Fitzwilliam Hotel Belfast (Center Quarter) – Rates from £180 – Grade 9,1
  • The Flint (Center Quarter) – Rates from £123 – Grade 9,1
  • Ten Square Hotel (Center Quarter) – Rates from £166 – Grade 8,8
  • Jurys Inn Belfast (Center Quarter) – Rates from £116 – Grade 8,0
  • Malmaison Hotel Belfast (Cathedral Quarter) – Rates from £106 – Grade 8,0
  • Vagabonds Hostel (Queens Quarter) – Rates from £19 – Grade 8,4

See all accessible hotel options in Belfast.

Belfast vacation rentals

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In Belfast there are also many options for vacation rentals, especially apartments for those who want a more independent and reserved accommodation in the capital. There are very complete and modern options, with attractive decorations and equipped with a kitchen, comfortable beds and other amenities. We have selected the best rated:

  • CK Serviced Apartments Belfast (Titanic Belfast) – Rates from £184 – 9,6 Grade
  • Tyler’s Rest (Cathedral Belfast) – Rates from £198 – 9,5 Grade
  • Benjis Apartment (Titanic Belfast) – Rates from £170 – 9,4 Grade
  • Wellington Park Boutique Apartments (Queens Quarter) – Rates from £113 – Grade 9,1
  • Ultra Urban Belfast Corporate Apartments (Queens Quarter) – Rates from £388 – Grade 9,0
  • Central Belfast Apartments Fitzrovia (Cathedral Belfast) – Rates from £152 – 8,7 Grade
  • Wellesley Guest Accommodation (Queens Quarter) – Rates from £60 – Grade 8,4

See all Belfast vacation rental options.

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Belfast – Travel Guide

Belfast Castle – Photo: K. Mitch Hodge, via Unsplash

Belfast is known as the city where the Titanic was built. Therefore, one of the obligatory stops in the capital is the Titanic Belfast, a museum in honor of the famous ship. In addition, the capital of Northern Ireland is very charming and offers many other interesting sights, including classic Irish pubs.

The Botanical Gardens, Belfast City Hall, St. Anne and the Ulster Museum, where there are several pieces used in the Game of Thrones series, are some great options of things to do in Belfast. It's worth adding the destiny that pulses history and optimism to your list!

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Frequently Asked Questions

Where to stay in Belfast?

The best districts to stay in Belfast are the Center Quarter, Queens Quarter, Cathedral Quarter and Titanic Quarter. Each of them offers particularities for each type of traveller. Check out more details about where to stay in belfast.

What is the best place to stay in Belfast?

It depends on your travel style, however, the best places to stay in Belfast are the Queens Quarter and Cathedral Quarter, close to the center and the capital's main tourist attractions. Look where to stay in belfast.

Where to stay in the Center Quarter?

Some good options for where to stay in the Center Quarter are the The Flintthe Grand Central Hotel Belfastthe The Fitzwilliam Hotel Belfast and the Jurys Inn Belfast. Check out more alternatives where to stay in belfast.

Where to stay in the Queens Quarter?

Some good options for where to stay in the Queens Quarter are the The Harrison Chambers of Distinctionthe The Warren Belfastthe Dukes At Queens and the The Malone. Check out more alternatives where to stay in belfast.

Where to stay in the Cathedral Quarter?

Some good options for where to stay in the Cathedral Quarter are the Malmaison Hotel Belfastthe ibis Belfast City Centrethe The Merchant Hotel and the Bullitt Hotel. Check out more alternatives where to stay in belfast.

Where to stay in the Titanic Quarter?

Some good options for where to stay in the Titanic Quarter are the Titanic Hotel Belfastthe Barge At Titanic and the Benjis Apartment. Check out more alternatives where to stay in belfast.

What are the best hotels in Belfast?

Some of the best hotels in Belfast are the The Fitzwilliam Hotel Belfastthe The Merchant Hotelthe Malmaison Hotel Belfast and the Jurys Inn Belfast. Check out other options where to stay in belfast.

What are the best luxury hotels in Belfast?

The best luxury hotels in Belfast are the The Merchant Hotelthe The Culloden Estate and Spathe The Fitzwilliam Hotel Belfast and the Grand Central Hotel Belfast. Check out more options where to stay in belfast.

Do you have any good cheap hotels in Belfast?

Some good options for good cheap hotels in Belfast are the Vagabonds Hostelthe ibis Belfast City Centre and the The 1852 Hotel. Check out more alternatives where to stay in belfast.

What are the best romantic hotels in Belfast?

The best romantic hotels in Belfast are the The Merchant Hotelthe The Culloden Estate and Spa and the Malmaison Hotel Belfast. Check out other options where to stay in belfast.

Do you have family-friendly hotels in Belfast?

Some of the best family hotels in Belfast are the Jurys Inn Belfastthe Titanic Hotel Belfastthe Bullitt Hotel and the Barge At Titanic. Check out more alternatives where to stay in belfast.

What are the best accessible hotels in Belfast?

The best accessible hotels in Belfast are the The Merchant Hotelthe The Fitzwilliam Hotel Belfastthe The Flint and the Ten Square Hotel. Check out more options where to stay in belfast.

Do you have vacation rentals in Belfast?

Some good options for vacation rentals in Belfast are the Tyler’s Restthe Benjis Apartmentthe Wellington Park Boutique Apartments and the Ultra Urban Belfast Corporate Apartments. Check out more alternatives where to stay in belfast.

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