No. 226 Belfast - 226 Antrim Road, Belfast BT15 2AN
|0.5 miles from Solitude||Rating\Stars: | Prices from: £81.0 | Customer rating: n\a\6|
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No. 226 Belfast is a newly renovated property, located on the bustling Antrim Road in the North of Belfast. This great location is walking distance to Shops, Post Office, Cafes, Restaurants, Laundromats and The Beautiful Waterworks Park. With great transport links into the city centre this property is Ideally located whether you are exploring what Belfast has to offer, or if your are a Corporate Guest requiring accommodation close to Belfast City Centre and the Main motorways into Belfast, we have Rooms to suit everyone. Our Rooms range from Double Rooms perfect for Couples to our Penthouse Apartment which can suitably accommodate 6 Adults. We offer all our guests Hi Speed Wifi, Smart TVs in each room, Towels and Bathroom Amentities are all provided.
Ramada Encore Belfast City Centre - 20 TALBOT STREET BELFAST BT1 2LD
|1.4 miles from Solitude||Rating\Stars: 3 | Prices from: £143.65 | Customer rating: 5\6|
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Where will I be staying? A contemporary, city centre hotel a mere stone’s throw from the River Lagan. Think dark wood flooring, red accent walls and black leather furnishings. A stylish yet comfortable haven to rest your head after a long day exploring. Speaking of exploring, did we mention you’re within walking distance of Belfast’s biggest attractions? Hello Titanic Quarter! The room chronicles Wake up feeling fresh in one of Ramada’s bright and airy rooms, complete with pops of colour to lift anyone’s mood. Get ready for the day with a walk-in power shower, or make yourself a cuppa with your very own tea and coffee facility. Check Facebook on the free Wi-Fi. Don’t forget to watch Phil and Holly on the flat screen Sky TV. You can even pay for a movie channel if you fancy it. This hotel’s great because… You’re a hop, skip and a jump from everything Belfast has to offer. Cross the bridge and you’re at the Titanic Quarter, made famous for being the birthplace of the RMS Titanic. Visit the Royal Ulster Rifles Museum, Belfast City Hall and a long list of trendy bars and restaurants. Not forgetting a range of high-street stores for all you shopaholics out there. What else could you want? Wining and dining The hotel’s chic SQ Bar and Lounge is great for unwinding with a cocktail or two. Simple yet sophisticated with a relaxing ambiance. Perfect. Their food offerings are top notch too. From local favourites to European dishes, you’ll be well and truly spoilt for choice. Exploring the neighbourhood Located in Belfast’s Cathedral Quarter, the hotel is a stone’s throw from the M3 and a 20-minute walk from Central Train Station. George Best Belfast City Airport is only a 10-minute drive away too, so no need to worry about missing your early morning flight. The SSE Arena and Belfast City Hall are both a 15-minute walk away, or jump in a 10-minute taxi and visit the famous Titanic Belfast exhibition. In a nutshell: Right in the thick of the action