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Housed in a pair of beautifully restored Italianate warehouses (originally built for rival firms in the 1850s), the Malmaison is a luxurious haven of king-size beds, deep leather sofas and roll-top baths big enough for two, all done up in a decadent d...
Londonderry Arms Hotel
Dating from 1848, this atmospheric coaching inn was briefly owned by Winston Churchill, who sold it in 1921 (he once stayed in room 114)...
Park Inn By Radisson Belfast
This modern hotel boasts a bright and breezy atmosphere, with slick styling and splashes of bold primary colours. It has a top location, too – only five minutes from City Hall and close to loads of good pubs and restaurants – and is excellent value...
Best Western Crescent Townhouse
Another stylish boutique hotel with a perfect location, the Crescent is an elegant Victorian town house transformed into a den of designer chic, with its finger on the pulse of the city's party zone...
Belfast's most famous hotel has seen more makeovers than most thanks to its tormented history, but its latest refurbishment exudes a plush but business-like air with a series of stylish new executive rooms challenging the hotel's somewhat predictable ...
Set bang in the middle of the Golden Mile, Benedicts is a modern, style-conscious hotel at the heart of South Belfast's nightlife...
The Park Avenue Hotel
The classy 56-room Park Avenue is the nearest hotel to Belfast City Airport (3km away), and only 3km east of the city centre.
The Merchant Hotel
Belfast's most flamboyant Victorian building (the old Ulster Bank head office) has been converted into the city's most flamboyant boutique hotel, a fabulous fusion of contemporary styling and old-fashioned elegance.
Queen's University Belfast, Elms Village...
Late-night party animals hoping to bump into beautiful blonde twins from Sweden may find the University Halls of Residence far too civilised for their liking...
Wellington Park Hotel
Despite the rather faceless front entrance (accessed through a never-ending sea of car-park tarmac), the Wellington offers a surprising choice of rooms, excellent service and a welcoming atmosphere - all within walking distance of some of Belfast's mo...
Dukes At Queens
Standing on a prominent corner of Belfast's Golden Mile, Dukes has an ideal location close to pretty much everything you might want to see in town...
Radisson Blu Hotel Belfast
Set in an up-and-coming part of town, Radisson is trying hard to impress at its new Belfast hotel, a haven of contemporary chic kitted out with specially commissioned fine art, Italian designer furniture and a real sense of cool, calm sophistication...
Malone Lodge Hotel & Apartments
The centrepiece of a tree-lined Victorian terrace, the modern Malone Lodge has pulled in many plaudits for its large, luxurious rooms with elegant gold and navy decor, good food and pleasant, helpful staff...
Jurys Inn Belfast
Bland, business-like and pretty ordinary, you won't find any scatter cushions or massive Buddha heads disturbing the no nonsense attitude of a Jury's hotel, but with good rates and a location just two blocks from City Hall it seems peevish to complain...
A former bank building to the south of City Hall that has been given a designer feng-shui makeover, Ten Square is an opulent, Shanghai-inspired boutique hotel with friendly and attentive service...
The Fitzwilliam Hotel Belfast
A new hotel in a truly central location, the Fitzwilliam pushes all the right style buttons with its use of designer fabrics, cool colours and mood lighting...
Hotel, bistro, bar and nightclub rolled into one, super slinky Madison's is a sharply styled place with an excellent location, top-notch service and plush accommodation. At these rates it's simply one of the best mid-range options in town...
This B&B is a cut above your average South Belfast B&B, and feels more like a boutique hotel with its stylish, minimalist decor; friendly, efficient staff; delicious breakfasts; and 24 bright and cheerful rooms...
The Bushmills Inn
One of Northern Ireland's most atmospheric hotels, the Bushmills is an old coaching inn complete with peat fires, gas lamps and a round tower with a secret library...
Mill Rest Hostel
This modern, purpose-built hostel is just off the Diamond in the centre of town. Accommodation is mostly in four- to six-bed dorms with one twin room with private bathroom. There's also a kitchen, restaurant, laundry and bike shed...
Set in a large, bay-windowed Victorian house with a welcoming fire in the common room, the Castle is just a few minutes walk from the bus stop and the beach...
Belfast International Youth Hostel
Belfast's modern Hostelling International (HI) hostel is conveniently located just off Shaftesbury Sq, so it can be a bit noisy at night when the pubs and clubs empty...