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There are a great range of hotels in Belfast to choose from when visiting this vibrant capital city. Belfast is a popular choice for a city break as it is easily accessible by the city's seaport or via one of the two nearby airports, take a look at our Belfast hotel and flight packages for more inspiration!
  • Visitors choosing our Belfast hotels can explore the docks at the seaport, which include the historic Harland and Wolff shipyard where the world famous Titanic was built. The relationship between the city and the iconic vessel is celebrated with an attraction that opened in 2012. Titanic Belfast is the world's largest Titanic visitor experience and is a major attraction for visitors staying in Belfast hotels.
  • There are a number of other attractions for those staying in our Belfast hotels to choose from, including the Botanic Gardens in the Queen's Quarter. The stunning gardens feature the Palm House conservatory, one of the earliest curvilinear cast iron glasshouses in the world.
  • What's more, during your stay at our hotels in Belfast you can also experience the popular Belfast Zoo, which houses more than 140 species from around the world.
Whatever you do during your stay at one of our hotels in Belfast, this popular city is an excellent choice for your city break. For planning your next short break to Belfast, check out our travel guide to find out more about local hotspots and things to do.
With so much to see and do, Derry-Londonderry was the UK's very first City of Culture in 2013; this historic 6th century city, sat on the pretty River Foyle, is a must-visit. Famous for its contemporary atmosphere, trendy bars and restaurants, and top events, a city break in Derry-Londonderry offers an eclectic mix of history, culture and craic like no other.
One of the six counties of Northern Ireland, Fermanagh lies within the historic province of Ulster. The biggest town in the county - Enniskillen - lies between the Upper and Lower sections of impressive Lough Erne. With around a third of Fermanagh covered by lakes and waterways, the county is one of Northern Ireland's most scenic places to visit.
Northern Ireland is rich in tradition with lots to do: discover the St. Patrick’s story in Armagh; head to the northeast coast for the spectacular basalt columns of Giant’s Causeway; sample the lively music scene in Derry and Belfast; enjoy a traditional pint in many of the cosy pubs.
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