Budget Hotel and Bed & Breakfast Accommodation
BT1 1HF, Belfast, 100 Castle Street
In the very centre of Belfast, this Ibis hotel offers modern rooms with satellite TV, 5 minutes’ walk away from Belfast’s nightlife and bars. Guests can enjoy buffet breakfasts and a stylish restaurant. All rooms... read more
£ 47.00View Rates
BT7 1HL, Belfast, 75 University Street
Ibis Belfast Queens Quarter hotel provides contemporary, good value rooms, near Belfast City Centre and Queens University. There is excellent access to local rail and bus links. All comfortable rooms have free Wi-Fi, modern en... read more
£ 47.00View Rates
BT1 2LD, Belfast, 20 Talbot Street
The Ramada Encore Belfast is located in Belfast’s Cathedral Quarter and within 2 minutes' walk of The SSE Arena, Titanic Quarter and local bars and shops. There is a 24-hour reception desk and free high-speed... read more
£ 55.50View Rates
BT7 1HP, Belfast, 106A University Street
In the centre of Belfast’s lively Queen's Quarter, this modern hotel offers stylish rooms with flat-screen TVs and free WiFi access throughout. The restaurants of Botanic Avenue are close by. Free car parking is provided.... read more
£ 59.00View Rates
BT1 6DY, Belfast, Great Victoria Street
This Jurys Inn is located next to Belfast’s City Hall and Opera House. It boasts spacious rooms with flat-screen TVs, a 24-hour reception and a restaurant serving modern cuisine. Wi-Fi is available throughout the entire... read more
£ 59.25View Rates
BT7 1JL, Belfast, Botanic Avenue
House Belfast is a boutique-style hotel with a relaxed bar and bistro. It is 300 metres from Belfast city centre and a short walk from The Waterfront Hall. Each room has free WiFi, a Nespresso... read more
£ 59.50View Rates
BT12 5EE, Belfast, 40 Hope Street
The 4* Holiday Inn Belfast is centrally located, with free Wi-Fi throughout the hotel and secure discounted parking nearby. The hotel features Oakwood Grill Restaurant, Starbucks coffee station, 24-hour room service and a gym. All... read more
£ 60.00View Rates
BT2 7GP, Belfast, 4 Clarence Street West
Located in the heart of Belfast city centre, Park Inn by Radisson Belfast is close to the Golden Mile and its bars, restaurants, cafés and shops. Castle Court Shopping Centre is a 10-minute walk away.... read more
£ 67.50View Rates
BT12 5EE, Belfast, Hope Street
Hampton by Hilton Belfast City Centre is located only 1.4 miles from the SSE Arena and a minute's walk from Great Victoria Street rail station. It features an on-site business centre and fitness facilities. Secure... read more
£ 68.85View Rates
BT2 7GE, Belfast, 20 Brunswick Street Belfast
Boasting a bar and on-site dining, Maldron Hotel Belfast City is located in Belfast, 800 metres from The Belfast Empire Music Hall. The property is a 10-minute walk from The Waterfront Hall and an 18-minute... read more
£ 69.60View Rates
BT2 8HS, Belfast, 22 Ormeau Avenue
In Belfast city centre, the 4-star Clayton Hotel Belfast has a stylish restaurant and bar, a modern fitness centre and a beauty salon. The 4-star hotel offers free WiFi throughout and is a 10-minute drive... read more
£ 71.20View Rates
BT1 6PG, Belfast, 48 Howard Street
The Flint is located in Belfast, 350 metres from City Hall and 850 metres from The Waterfront Hall. The property is close to the Odyssey Arena, Victoria Square Shopping Centre and St. George's Market, the... read more
£ 72.38View Rates
BT1 3FE, Belfast, Donegall Quay, Belfast Harbour
Situated in Belfast, within 400 metres of SSE Arena and an 11-minute walk of The Waterfront Hall, AC Hotel by Marriott Belfast provides accommodation with a fitness centre and a terrace, and free WiFi. The... read more
£ 80.00View Rates
BT7 1HL, Belfast, 65-67 University Street, Belfast
Located in Belfast, this hotel offers, 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... read more
£ 80.00View Rates
BT7 2JB, Belfast, 3 Cromac Place, Ormeau Road
In Belfast’s vibrant Gasworks district, the 4-star Radisson Blu Hotel Belfast features a stylish restaurant and cocktail bar. The spacious rooms offer free Wi-Fi and air conditioning. The elegant Nordic-style rooms are decorated in cool... read more
£ 80.10View Rates
BT7 1JX, Belfast, 68 Cromwell Road
Situated within 200 metres of The Belfast Empire Music Hall in Belfast, Eden Apartments Belfast features accommodation with free WiFi and flat-screen TV. All units comprise a seating area, and a fully equipped kitchen with... read more
£ 91.34View Rates
BT9 7EP, Belfast, 355-367 Lisburn Road
With views over the Black Mountains, these luxurious apartments offer free secure parking and free Wi-Fi. The city centre, along with bus and rail stations, is close by. Each spacious apartment has a fully equipped... read more
£ 99.00View Rates
BT3 9DT, Belfast, Queens Road Titanic Quarter
Featuring free WiFi and a restaurant, Titanic Hotel Belfast is located opposite the Titanic Belfast. It is 600 metres from the SSE Arena. Guests can enjoy the on-site bar. Rooms feature an Art Deco theme... read more
£ 109.00View Rates
BT1 4QN, Belfast, 40a Church Lane
Bullitt Hotel offers accommodation in Belfast, 1.2 km from the Titanic Quarter. Guests can enjoy a choice of the property's restaurant, 3 bars and cafe. There is free WiFi at the hotel. Every room has... read more
£ 120.00View Rates
BT15 2GP, Belfast, 210 Duncairn Gardens
TSA Duncairn Gardens is set in Belfast and offers a fitness centre and a shared lounge. Guests have access to free WiFi. The apartment consists of 6 bedrooms, a kitchen with dining area, and a... read more
£ 169.15View Rates
What to do in Belfast City Centre ?
Whether you are visiting Belfast for a few days or for a longer holiday, you will never have to wonder what to do. The largest city on the island of Ireland offers a lot of activities, no matter what your interests are.
A leisurely walk around the city centre is a great way to get familiar with the place and to discover some of its most renowned landmarks. From your bed and breakfast, head to the City Hall, at the heart of the city, and walk towards Queens University.
For a historical visit, don’t miss the Political Murals, a testimony to the turmoil that affected the city for 30 years. When you are tired of exploring, enjoy a well-deserved break at the Crown Bar, one of the most fascinating in town, with its unique decor, dim lighting and sought-after booths.
For more relaxation you can enjoy a moment at the swimming pool or in the Botanic Gardens, the most popular park in town. If you are traveling with children, you may want to look for cheap b&b with family rooms, to enjoy some quality time after long days of sightseeing.
Located on Queen’s Island is popular The Odyssey arena, which hosts high-profile sporting and entertainment events, as well as music concerts. City center hotels and b&b’s are close to the Golden Mile and the bars, restaurants, cafes and shops.
Spend a day in the Titanic Quarter, a renovated dock yard that’s home to the award winning Titanic Belfast Museum, a building both striking on the outside and informative on the inside. Other key attractions include City Hall, the grandest landmark in the city and the Ulster Museum which offers an in depth insight into the history of Northern Ireland.
The best shopping can be found along Cornmarket although surprise finds can be discovered all over the city.
The arts scene in Belfast is another of its biggest draws, so much so that on the first Thursday of each month many galleries open late.
Belfast nightlife has long been a secret to outsiders, but now more and more visitors are discovering how much fun the locals have at night. Start with a meal at a Michelin starred restaurant such as Eipic and then head to one of the pubs or bars in the Cathedral Quarter or along Dublin Road.
A short trip out of Belfast will give visitors the chance to take a whiskey distillery tour or take a visit to the Giants Causeway, one of the natural wonders of the UK.
Budget Friendly Places to Stay – Where to Stay ?
Finding a place to stay in Belfast is quite easy, as numerous hotels and bed and breakfast are located in various districts of the city. The question, then, is which area you should choose to live in during your holiday. If you are visiting the capital for a short period of time, accommodation in the city centre makes sense, as it will make all your visits and travel fast and easy.
Indeed, the area around Donegall Square and the City Hall is small enough to walk everywhere and numerous buses allow you to reach other parts of town during the day. For a quieter option, you can find a cheap b&b situated around Botanic Avenue, a leafy district near Queen’s University where lovely cafés, shops and restaurants abound. If it is culture you are looking for, staying in the Cathedral Quarter is a good idea.
Other elements to take into account when you are choosing where to stay are the amenities provided, which can include a swimming pool, family rooms, that allow dogs, lounges, and more.Family rooms can often accommodate 2 adults and 2 children. Many of these comfortable rooms have one double bed and one double sofa bed.
Another is option is staying in a fully equipped apartment to rent, which you can rent for one night, a weekend, or longer.
Location of Belfast in Northern Ireland
Northern Ireland’s capital city is located in the north-eastern part of the country.
- Douglas on the Isle of Man — 66 miles
- Blackpool Town Center — 128 miles
- Blackburn Hotels and B&Bs — 152 miles
Visitors and tourists willing to fly to to Belfast arrive at either George Best City Airport, or Belfast International Airport BFS (see best hotels).