AddressGreat Victoria Street BelfastSee nearby area
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Lonely Planet review
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 international standards.
Superbly located in an imposing building at the city's heart, the Europa attracts a mixed crowd of politicians, business folk, international footballers and the merely curious. The hub bub of activity in the foyer and the seemingly constant flow of punters to the hotel's three bars make it an excellent spot for people watching and catching up on local news. The rooms have all been recently refurbished with elegant but conservative decor and boast all the usual refinements of an international business hotel. For something more luxurious however, snare an executive room in the newly completed wing. Sexier and more spacious, these rooms boast flat screen TVs, midi systems, large bathrooms with double sinks and plenty of freebie toiletries.
Our independent authors have visited Europa Hotel and selected this as one of our recommended hotels in Belfast to Bangor.
Description provided by property
In the heart of Belfast’s city centre, this 4-star hotel is next to Great Victoria Street Railway Station. Guests can enjoy luxurious rooms and dining in the contemporary bistro. Complimentary Wi-Fi is available in all public areas.
Spacious and elegant, The Europa Hotel’s rooms offer modern bathrooms decorated with glass and chrome. Guests can enjoy luxury bedding with designer fabrics from Ralph Lauren, and a flat-screen TV.
The Europa Hotel is situated on Belfast's Golden Mile, beside the Grand Opera House and facing the Crown Bar, the National Trust's only public house. Castle Court and Victoria Square shopping centres are a 15-minute walk, and Belfast Zoo is 15 minutes’ drive away.
With magnificent views over Great Victoria Street below, the Piano Bar offers an impressive range of cocktails.
The hotel is easily accessible from all of the region’s major motorways, and from the ferry and air terminals. By Car (from the M1 and M2 motorways): - From the M1 and M2 motorways, take the West Link to the Grosvenor Road junction. - Turn left onto the Grosvenor Road. - Turn right onto the Boyne Bridge and then take the first turning on the left into Glengall Street. - The hotel is situated on Great Victoria Street, beside the Grand Opera House and facing the Crown Bar. By Air: Situated right in the heart of Belfast city centre, the Europa Hotel is just 3 miles (5 km) from George Best Belfast City Airport. Belfast International Airport is 16 miles (26 km) away. By Ferry: Belfast Ferry terminal is 0.5 miles (0.8 km) from the hotel.
Services & facilities
- Designated smoking area
- Non-smoking throughout
- Non-smoking rooms
- Facilities for disabled guests
- Concierge service
Bureau de Change/ATM
- ATM/cash machine on site
- Ticket service
- Tour desk
- 24-hour front desk
- Room service
- Breakfast in the room
- Free WiFi
- Internet services
Belfast Pub Tours
A two-hour tour (not including drinks) taking in six of the city's historic pubs, departing from the Crown Dining Rooms, above the Crown...
Crown Liquor Saloon
There are not too many historical monuments that you can enjoy while savouring a pint of beer, but the National Trust's Crown Liquor...
Grand Opera House
One of Belfast's great Victorian landmarks is the Grand Opera House. Opened in 1895, and completely refurbished in the 1970s, it...
Crown Liquor Saloon
Belfast's most famous bar has a wonderfully ornate Victorian interior. Despite being a tourist attraction , it still fills up with...
Bar & Grill
James St South's sister restaurant is less formal, but the quality of the food is just as high. The menu concentrates on steaks,...