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Benedicts Hotel Star Rating 4        
7-21 Bradbury Place, Shaftesbury Square

This upscale, city-centre hotel is a 3-minute walk from Botanic train station and a 15-minute walk from Belfast Botanical Gardens. The posh, contemporary rooms feature work desks and 32-inch flat-screen TVs, as well as free Wi-Fi. There's a restaurant serving creative international cuisine.
Roseleigh House        
19 Rosetta Park

This unfussy, family-run guesthouse is off the A24. It's also a 7-minute walk from the Cherryvale Playing Fields and a 14-minute walk from Ormeau Golf Club. The 6 straightforward rooms rooms feature en suite bathrooms, flat-screen TVs and free WiFi, plus tea and coffeemaking equipment.
All Seasons Guesthouse Belfast Star Rating 4        
356 Lisbun Road

This unfussy B&B in a Victorian redbrick villa is a 14-minute walk from Balmoral train station, 1.9 miles from the Grand Opera House and 3.5 miles from the Titanic Belfast museum.
Days Hotel Belfast Star Rating 3        
40 Hope Street

This straightforward budget hotel is a 2-minute walk from Great Victoria Street train station and is less than 1 mile from the Victoria Square Shopping Centre. The simple, down-to-earth rooms feature TVs, free WiFi, plus tea and coffeemaking equipment. There's a casual restaurant and bar as well as a 60-person conference room on-site.
Arnie's Backpackers Star Rating 2        
63 Fitzwilliam Street

This relaxed, budget hostel in a Victorian townhouse is a 5-minute walk from Queen's University Belfast and a 9-minute walk from City Hospital railway station. Low-key dorms and private rooms have shared bathrooms, as well as bunk beds and wood floors. Free tea, coffee and biscuits are offered on arrival.
Park Avenue Hotel Star Rating 4        
158 Holywood Road

This modern upscale hotel is 2 miles from Belfast City Airport, Waterfront Hall and the shops in the bustling city centre. Warm, refined rooms feature flat-screen TVs and free Wi-Fi, as well as tea and coffeemaking equipment. Upgraded, individually decorated rooms add iPod docks and whirlpool baths.
Radisson Blu Hotel Belfast Star Rating 4        
3 Cromac PlaceThe Gasworks

This modern redbrick hotel is less than a mile from the Grand Opera House and 1.8 miles from Titanic Belfast. The chic, warmly decorated rooms feature desks, free Wi-Fi and flat-screen TVs, plus tea and coffeemaking equipment, Upgraded rooms include premium cable channels, DVD players and stereos; some also have sofabeds.
Tara Lodge Star Rating 4        
36 Cromwell Road Botanic Avenue

This modern hotel on a residential street is a 3-minute walk from Botanic train station and 3 miles from the Titanic Belfast exhibit. The contemporary rooms all include en suite bathrooms, and have flat-screen TVs with DVD players and free Wi-Fi, as well as tea and coffeemaking facilities. Upgraded rooms add Nespresso machines and city views.
Ramada Encore Belfast City Centre Star Rating 3        
20 Talbot Street

This modern city centre hotel is a 9-minute walk from Victoria Square Shopping Centre and a 1.6-mile drive from Titanic Belfast. Relaxed rooms have complimentary WiFi, flat-screen TVs and wood floors, plus tea and coffeemaking facilities.
Premier Inn Belfast City Cathedral Quarter Star Rating 3        
2-6 Waring Street

This modern budget hotel is 5 minutes' walk from City Hall, a 15-minute walk from the Belfast Central Railway Station and a mile from the Botanical Gardens. Rooms, from singles to family rooms with 2 pull-out beds (where kids aged 15 and under eat and stay free with paying adults) feature free WiFi and en suite bathrooms with showers, as well as tea and coffeemaking facilities, TVs with freeview channels and desks. It has an on-site Thyme restaurant/bar and paid parking facilities are available.
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Belfast has shrugged off its troubled past to emerge as an up-and-coming destination for travelers looking to enjoy a city break, with some four million visitors traveling to the city each year. The capital of Northern Ireland is served by Belfast International Airport as well as the smaller George Best Belfast City Airport, both of which welcome flights from a variety of European destinations. A railway line connects the city to other destinations in Northern Ireland as well as Dublin in the Republic of Ireland. Ferry links connect Belfast to the United Kingdom mainland.

A variety of hotels can be found across the city, although the majority can be found in the city center. With hostels, budget hotels, chain hotels and luxury hotels available, there's ordinarily a room available for any traveler's budget. Belfast is an historic city, as evidenced by the impressive buildings on display. Visitors looking to reimagine a time gone by should seek out the likes of Belfast City Hall, the Grand Opera House, St. Anne's Cathedral, and the Albert Memorial Clock. All are visually impressive and can be taken in on an afternoon's stroll. Visitors willing to take a journey a little further afield should make a beeline for Belfast Castle and/or Carrickfergus Castle. First time visitors, particularly those with an interest in history, will want to take the Belfast Mural Tour.

The city is home to a wide range of murals created by the Republican and Loyalist groups that have waged war in the city, all of which make for interesting viewing. If possible, join a guided tour for a detailed description of the city's "Troubles". There's more to Belfast than just history though. In recent years great effort (and money) has been put into rejuvenating the city and adding fresh new amenities. This is perhaps best seen in the Titanic Quarter. Once a shipyard, the quarter today houses luxury apartments, a film studio and the Titanic Belfast, a tourist attraction dedicated to Belfast's maritime heritage and the RMS Titanic. The fateful passenger liner was constructed here.

Also situated in the Titanic Quarter is the Odyssey Arena, Belfast's premium entertainment venue. The world's biggest musical performers and comedians regularly grace the arena's stage, while the Belfast Giants ice hockey club also plays here. On an event night you can expect this part of the quarter to be rammed. Other popular destinations in the city include the Botanic Gardens, Ulster Museum, Belfast Zoo and St. George's Market. Visitors to Belfast will find no shortage of places to eat and drink in the city. Restaurants, pubs, bars and cafes are frequent throughout the city's streets, with plenty of choice available. For those in search of good food and drink, the Golden Mile - which runs from Belfast City Hall to Queens University - is as good a place to start as any. The summer months (June-August) are peak time for tourists making their way to Belfast, but anytime between April and November generally proves to be suitable for a visit.