This hotel offers really good value for the price it charges. Rooms are small but with all ameneties present (including adequately spaced toilet and shower). Breakfast is quite good, and the availability of complementary coffee/tea and a small selection of pastries all day long is really nice. Walking ...
I really can’t think of a positive about this hotel. Possibly the location? The rooms need a major refurbishment, everything is tired and dated. Looks like nothing has changed since the hotel opened. Staff have no service experience and it shows with the attitudes. Bathroom flooded twice while we ...
The first thing people tell you about the Europa is that it was bombed many times during the troubles. So it has a historical role in this very interesting region of Northern Ireland. But moreover, the hotel is in the very center of Belfast, close to many areas of interest to tourists. The rooms ...
Perfect location close to the bus/train station. Staff were superb. Room was well-appointed and very clean. Suggest eating elsewhere, if possible. American visitors should know that the practice--at least as we experienced it in Northern Ireland--is to use only a bottom sheet, then put a covered ...
It was a basic room. Clean enough but absolutely not worth 170$ we were charged for our one night stay (through Orbitz). It was the only hotel with an available room that was walking distance to the train station or we'd have stayed in the Radisson or Hilton for less.
This hotel offers really good value for the price it charges. Rooms are small but with all ameneties present (including adequately spaced toilet and shower). Breakfast is quite good, and the availability of complementary coffee/tea and a small selection of pastries all day long is really nice. Walking distance from central bus depot as well as downtown and waterfront congress center. Plenty of good restaurants around. One major problem: There is a bar next to the hotel that uses its court yard to frequently host very loud parties. I was on the fifth floor, but two of the four nights the music was so loud that it seemed I was right next to it. I could even feel the vibrations from the beats. I was told the windows on that side are all going to be replaced shortly by new ones that are more sound proof.
My first tip is pay attention to which airport you are going to! This hotel is located across the street from the Belfast International Airport, NOT the Belfast City Airport. The hotel is walking distance from the Belfast International Airport and it’s pretty quiet despite planes flying over. I did not see anywhere to eat nearby, but we were not there very long. The room was a good size and I like that the toilet was separate from the shower. But there were not very many power outlets to plug into. The staff was super super friendly and I felt so happy to be in Northern Ireland! I felt like they sincerely cared about me and hoped I had a pleasant stay. The breakfast selection also great and the staff in the dining area was super friendly also. I really recommend this hotel!
Overall it was a good experience. Nice lobby area and dining room, and close to a couple of local pubs.
Hotel is romantic with Boudoir atmosphere. That part was great. The room was relatively spacious and very romantic. However, the heat was overactive and the front desk had no idea what to do about it. If there was a way to work the thermostat it was a mystery, even with the radiator manually shut off and the window open the room was still a sweat box.We had a 1 pm checkout however while mid shave at 1240 the power was shut off to our room...we took this as a none to subtle hint to get out, but it honestly wasn't helpful or appreciated. Finally upon checkout there was an attempt to charge us for pre-paid breakfast. The details kind of soured an otherwise charming hotel.
Belfast Exposed Photography, Titanic Belfast, Belvoir Park Forest — with attractions like these, it's no wonder why people visit Belfast. And with 38 hotels to choose from on Orbitz, which are highly rated for Hotel Staff and Room cleanliness, there's likely a comfortable hotel room available to fit your needs and budget.Nightlife in Belfast
Enjoy cocktails or challenge the locals to a dance-off at Kitchen Bar, McHughs Bar and Restaurant and Kelly's Cellars. Belfast's bars and clubs are on hand for pre-dinner drinks or a nightcap.Shopping in Belfast
If you're hitting the theater, planning a noteworthy night on the town or just hangkering for some shopping while in Belfast, you're in luck. You can pick up a new outfit or two at Victoria Square Shopping Centre and Avoca. Find the perfect accessories, shoes or gifts at The Steensons and Pull & Bear.
Whether you've broken your headphones or simply left them at home, The Carphone Warehouse may have exactly what you're looking for. Don't go without your favorite tunes — pick up some new headphones and other gadgets in Belfast and enjoy that long trip home.Outdoor activities in Belfast
Feel a little wind on your face while picnicking or simply enjoying a sunny afternoon at Belvoir Park Forest. Belfast Harbour Commissioner's Office, too, shows off Belfast's natural side.Where to eat in Belfast
Traveling burns a lot of calories, and Belfast offers plenty of places where you can enjoy a quiet meal or break bread with the whole family. The dishes at Deanes Restaurant, The Northern Whig, The Garrick and Red Panda Restaurant are good bets for refueling.Where to eat in Belfast
Traveling burns a lot of calories, and Belfast offers plenty of places where you can enjoy a quiet meal or break bread with the whole family. The dishes at Deanes Restaurant, The Northern Whig, The Garrick and Red Panda Restaurant are good bets for refueling.Best times to visit Belfast
What do December, February and November have in common? They offer some great travel deals in Belfast. If you book on Orbitz, you can save 23% in December, 22% in February, and 18% in November, on average.Getting to Belfast
The most direct path to Belfastis through Belfast International Airport and George Best Belfast City Airport.What to do for fun in Belfast
Treat yourself or your family to a movie at Queen's Film Theatre and Movie House Cinemas, where all the action and romance plays out on the big screen, and where the popcorn smells pretty tempting.
Want to catch a game or concert while in Belfast? Head to The Oval — it'll likely offer some tasty edibles and souvenirs, too.
The trained professionals at Zen Beauty & Tanning can help you relax and work out any sore spots after long days spent sightseeing.Nightlife in Belfast
Enjoy cocktails or challenge the locals to a dance-off at Kitchen Bar, McHughs Bar and Restaurant and Kelly's Cellars. Belfast's bars and clubs are on hand for pre-dinner drinks or a nightcap.