Dukes At Queens
Address65-67 University Street, Belfast BelfastSee nearby area
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Services & facilities
- Non-smoking throughout
- Non-smoking rooms
- Facilities for disabled guests
Bureau de Change/ATM
- Currency exchange
- 24-hour front desk
- Room service
- Breakfast in the room
- Free WiFi
- Internet services
Description provided by property
Located in Belfast, this luxurious 4-star hotel offers free parking, free internet access, great food and stylish, contemporary, air-conditioned rooms with 37-inch (94 cm) LCD TVs and iPod docking stations.
Formerly the Dukes Hotel, Dukes at Queens has now been stylishly transformed and reopened as a boutique hotel, rich in contemporary style and modern sophistication. The sleek and luxurious rooms have individually controlled air conditioning, tea/coffee making facilities, satellite TV, free wired internet access and laptop safes. The modern en suite bathrooms have bathroom suites by Villeroy & Boch with granite tops, heated towel rails, anti-mist mirrors, walk-in drench showers and/or sumptuous baths.
Open from 07:00, Dukes Brasserie offers a wide choice of continental and full breakfasts, delicious lunchtime specials and evening meals. A tapas menu and a cocktail bar are also available.
Dukes At Queens will charge any guest who breaks their no-smoking policy.
Please be advised that the hotel has entertainment every Friday and Saturday night with music playing until 01:00.
On-street parking is available near the property. The hotel does not have a car park.
Extra beds or cribs are available only upon request and need to be confirmed by management.
Under the general policy, a cancellation can be made up to 15:00 the day before arrival.
The hotel only receives card payment, no cash will be accepted.
Guests are required to present a credit card upon check-in.
If guests wish to pre pay they must contact the hotel directly 8 weeks prior to their arrival date. If it is within the 8 weeks before arrival the hotel cannot accept payment
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