Clean lines and simple decor. Wooden floors in rooms. Bathroom design is very compact and functional - an excellent use of small space.
We enjoyed our stay here. The staff were friendly, the beds were firm but ok. No parking at hotel which meant we had to park on the street. There are signs on the street warning drivers that it was a high theft / crime area and to park at your own risk. Also, driving there was very difficult due to all the one way streets. We were circling the hotel, couldn't quite get into it because we had to go several blocks to find a street that actually pointed in the right direction. Hotel doesn't have any nice views at all. They did have a really nice restaurant downstairs however, so we didn't have to walk anywhere to get a good meal.
I probably wouldn't stay there again, due to the difficulty of it's location nestled in the one way streets.
No hotel parking. Paid parking outside. There's a q park at Victoria Square. Badly maintained.
This hotel is OK. Just standard really, nothing special or particularly remarkable.
The room had wooden flooring, which made it seem lovely and clean but also made it cold. As I mention in every hotel review, I like hotels to have a wall panel to control the heating/air conditioning, or a seperate heater, and this had neither. It was fine in the evening (in July), but I was cold in the morning - cold feet on a wooden floor.
The bathroom looks sleek, it looks nicely done, but it's a pretty cheap fix really. It's a wet room, with shower only, no bath, and I like a bath to have a soak in to heat me up when I'm in a cold hotel room. And the spray comes out onto the main floor bit, which is just annoying. Also, when you wash your face, the water goes all over the surrounding surfaces - just a design flaw really. Also annoying.
I didn't have an evening meal here as I arrived late, so can't comment. Breakfast was pretty basic. For vegan, wheat free me, just porridge made with water. I discarded the rubber melon, and they didn't even have any bananas. Bah.
Lovely employees though, they were nice. I'd stay here again for business if I had to, but not for pleasure.
This hotel is situated in the Cathedral Quarter which makes it ideal for staying in Belfast. It's a five minute walk to the city centre and is surrounded by a host of restaurants and bars, shops and clubs. The hotel boasts 169 rooms with sky TV and free wifi and obviously they are all en suite. I popped in for a sandwich which was really well made and delicious. The bar menu is reasonably priced for a hotel and the staff are friendly and helpful. The food came quickly and was really well presented. Its great for popping in for a wee snack even if you're not a resident and the atmosphere is generally one of a calm and relaxing ambiance. The rooms prices vary between £50 and £70 and are spacious and comfortable. A really great venue for a trip to Belfast!
This hotel is very nice for the price. The rooms were clean and nicely decorated with a modern style. The same goes for the lobby and lounge/bar area. The staff was friendly. It's walking distance to a number of pubs and restaurants. I'm very happy I stayed here on my visit.