x The average starting price for a place to stay in Belfast is £65 per night.
87 University Street BelfastExcellent 93%
smcgehe This is by far the best hostel I have ever stayed at! The warm and creative decor makes you feel right at home, especially the house dog Buju! Mark and the staff couldn't be any more friendly and helpful (he even helped repair my broken purse!). Breakfast was good, the bathroom and kitchen facilitie were large and clean, and so much more. It is really clear that the owner has put a lot of work into the hostel. I would highly suggest to anyone staying in Belfast.
maveric05 Was an excellent place to stay, staff were very nice and an excellent location, close to the tours and on the main street. The Black cab tour we did was excellent. All in all great atmosphere and great staff.
jerasmus Excellent value. Paula is extremely helpful and friendly. Wonderful ambiance and near all the places I wanted to be at. Walking distance form middle of Belfast...I will be back.
ali4mick As stated in the brief description of the Guesthouse, it is located near quite a few places of interest and transport facilities. As nice as this is for some people, it also meant that the place could get a bit noisy. Although the staff are friendly, they do seem to be in a world of their own and may not always be around to offer assistance if required. The showers were quite small (so small in fact I couldn't bend over to pick up my body wash from the floor) but the room itself was quite spacious. I suppose the price I paid is comparable to the prices of other guesthouses I've stayed at but value-wise it's not the best...still an alright place to stay though.
63 Fitzwilliam Street (opposite Queens University)Awesome 85%
nunitron I am so glad that I booked this hostel. It is probably one of the best that I´ve ever been in. Everything is so clean, the breakfast is alright, the hostel itself is very nice, it feels like if you are at home. The beds are confortable and the staff very friendly. Highly recommended!!
Sander Your typical high quality big city YHA. Nothing much which really jumps out about this one. The dining area was perhaps a bit sparse (wooden picknick-area-style benches), but that was balanced by the on-site cafe. I'd call this a safe bet to stay at, although there's probably nicer places around.
w.gough Only stayed for one night, but it was a friendly atmosphere and good value for money. Had no problems and was generally pleased with the standards of the hostel.
asuasan It says in the website that you get wifi in the rooms and lobby, but you have to pay 8 pounds a day!! Buying some kind of card... the room was good though. Plenty car park, bright and not small.
dougalbean Location was fantastic, right in the heart of the city. Though light sleepers beware that the noise from the surrounding pubs and nightclubs can continue well into the night on a weekend. Those that are fussy about their pillows should also avoid - they weren't so much pillows that we had as flat pieces of material. When we called reception to ask for two more, we were told there were none to be had in the whole hotel! Still, the location, convenience and 12pm checkout were probably enough to make our stay a pleasant one.
prook The apartments represented superb value. It was clean, modern and spacious. What impressed me most is that the owners did not scrimp. I was not expecting them to supply breakfast in a self-catering apartment, but they piled up the goodies in the morning. The location was ideal – close to the city centre (and right at the heart of the Halloween action which was happening the night we stayed there) but not so close that sleep was disturbed by revellers. Staff were friendly and helpful. The fiddly key to the rear entrance door is the only minor grumble – but that’s just nitpicking. Highly recommended.
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