Clayton Hotel Belfast4.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
While in Belfast my wife and I were visiting our son and sightseeing. The room was good, albeit a little small, which I understand is the norm in Europe. If you want access to a computer, you better bring your own, the hotel charges 4 pounds for an hours access. What is even worse, you cannot break it up i.e.; you only use 15 minutes and log out, that is it, you have used your time for the day and unused time is not credited. Finally do not take the breakfast package, the food is horrible and way overpriced. How does $46 sound for 2 breakfast buffets and a cup of tea? Sure it was all you can eat, but 1 time through was enough for my son ( a 20 year old who acn eat like a horse) and I.
I was given very good service by reception, the concierge, cleaning, and dining room staffs. The pool was largee with a good size exercise room. A full service spa was also available in the pool/exercise area. I would stay here again if I ever return to Belfast.
Holiday Inn Belfast was very close to downtown shopping and all other emenities. The room was very comfortable. I enjoyed my stay.
The Holiday Inn Belfast was within walking distance of City Hall, the Belfast Eye (temporary ferris wheel), many other attractions, and numerous pubs and restaurants for dining. The breakfast buffet on Sunday morning at the Holiday Inn was wonderful, eggs, sausage, fruit, the entire Ulster Breakfast! The room was very comfortable, twin beds, two chairs and a table, windows that open for ventilation, and well-lit (six lights/lamps in the bedroom area!) The bathroom shower was strong and the bath towels were soft and huge. A hot-pot is provided and tea and coffee are in the room.