|Most expensive month:||May|
|Average price in Belfast:||£109/night|
|Cheapest price found:||£32/night|
|Most expensive day:||Saturday|
Belfast City Backpacker Hostel
53-55 Malone Avenue, Belfast, United Kingdom
Park Inn By Radisson, Belfast
4 Clarence Street West, Belfast, United Kingdom
Ramada by Wyndham Belfast City Centre
20 Talbot Street, Belfast, United Kingdom
The Fitzwilliam Hotel Belfast
1-3 Great Victoria Street, Belfast, United Kingdom
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Sprawling along the River Lagan, Belfast has reinvented itself in recent years to become Northern Ireland’s hippest destination. It flourished as a ship-building hub, having constructed the famous Titanic ocean liner, with beautifully restored Victorian architecture and an art-filled waterfront.
The Titanic Quarter docklands are a highlight of any visit, including the distinctive aluminium hull of the Titanic Belfast Museum. Explore its interactive exhibits that detail Belfast’s shipbuilding history and witness letters, brochures and menus from the ill-fated ocean liner which was built in this exact spot.
Aside from its Titanic attractions, Belfast is also home to the Ulster Museum that presents fascinating exhibits about the country’s recent troubled past. Marvel at the ancient artefacts, Egyptian mummies and natural science displays, then take a stroll through the historic Botanic Gardens.
Admire the neo-Romanesque architecture of St. Anne’s Cathedral and the highly ornate, 19th century Grand Opera House, then delve into the underground tunnels and cells of Crumlin Road Gaol. This infamous prison closed its doors to inmates in 1996, with guided tours providing a fascinating insight into the segregation of republicans and loyalists who were once held here.
For a unique perspective on Belfast, opt for a Black Taxi tour, run by drivers who worked throughout the “Troubles” and offer a wealth of insider knowledge about what life was like in the city.
Belfast International Airport is the main entry point for visitors to the city, although the smaller Belfast City Airport serves limited destinations across the UK. The city centre is compact enough to explore on foot, while an open-top sightseeing bus is a good alternative for exploring further afield.
The Fitzwilliam Hotel Belfast is a very popular hotel in Belfast, with a score of 9.1 from 3,434 reviews. Europa Hotel (8.6 from 3,072 reviews) and Hilton Belfast (8.5 from 4,454 reviews) are also highly rated Belfast hotels based on recent feedback from HotelsCombined users.
Reviews of The Fitzwilliam Hotel Belfast recommend it as a good place to stay near Belfast City Hall, scoring 9.1/10 from 3,434 ratings.
Hilton Belfast is the most recommended hotel near Titanic Belfast on HotelsCombined (scoring 8.5 over 4,454 reviews).
3,434 HotelsCombined reviews of The Fitzwilliam Hotel Belfast score it 9.1/10, making it a highly recommended hotel near Queen's University of Belfast.
Searches in the last 72 hours suggest an average price of around £184/night is normal for a hotel in Belfast. 4-star and 5-star hotels in Belfast had average prices of £181/night and £311/night, respectively.
£16 per night is the cheapest Belfast hotel price found in our data from the last 72 hours.