Hotels in Belfast
Travelling to Belfast
Belfast has good transportation connections and can easily be reached via air,
rail, coach, or ferry. Belfast International Airport is Northern Ireland's hub
for flights from Ireland, Britain, Europe and North America, but is located
about 40 minutes away from Belfast's city centre - there is a regular Airlink
bus service into the city centre. Some of the regional flights from Britain,
including London's Gatwick Airport, arrive at the more convenient Belfast City
Airport, which is located only three miles from the city centre. This airport
is connected to the city via a rail link that arrives in Great Victoria Street
Station, as well as a regular Airlink bus service. The busier Dublin Airport
is about two hours away by car.
Train and buses provides excellent connections throughout Ireland. The 'Enterprise'
is a non-stop train from Belfast Central Station to Connolly Station in Dublin
(duration: 2 hours). Ulsterbus operates Northern Ireland's bus service, including
service to Dublin. Please note that there are no left-luggage facilities at
Belfast's bus and train stations.
Belfast can easily be accessed by ferry from both Scotland and England. Ferries
from the Isle of Man and Stranraer (Scotland) dock at Donegall Quay, not far
from the city centre. The SeaCat, high-speed catamaran, from Stranraer takes
under two hours to arrive in Belfast. Liverpool ferries dock at the Victoria
terminal, 5km north of Belfast.
Selection of hotels in this region:
Days Hotel Belfast
Travelodge Belfast Central
Radisson SAS Belfast
Jurys Belfast Inn
Holiday Inn Belfast
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full list of hotels and online booking