Looking for a top class boutique hotel in Northern Irish capital Belfast? Check out TravelMag.com’s top value picks!
Our hotel team has analyzed the finest boutique hotels in the city across various price categories, comparing amenities and assessing client reviews from the past 24 months. Those with the best value were selected for inclusion on our list of the city’s best places to stay.
From £95/ night
The Fitzwilliam is a stylish boutique hotel on Great Victoria Street, filled with colourful and elegant decor and modern artwork. Clean and crisply designed rooms with comfy beds are a favourite among reviewers, while the hotel’s central location is handy for all the city’s major attractions. The Grand Opera House is just next door, and Castle Court Shopping Centre is just a 10-minute walk away.
From £115/ night
Though there are as many reviews for its restaurant and bar as for the hotel, Benedicts remains a popular place for visitors for base themselves for a short break in the centre of Belfast. Rooms are decorated individually in various intriguing styles, and each contains boutiful facilities and free wifi. The hotel is located by Shaftsbury Square, close to Queens University and the Botanic Gardens.
From £95/ night
Ten Square is in the city centre with easy access to all local facilities and attractions, including City Hall, Waterfront Hall and the Victoria Square shopping area. Rooms are spacious and include large beds and all modern amenities, plus free wifi. The hotel also has its own steakhouse, the Grill Room, which proves extremely popular among hotels guests and drop-in visitors alike.
From £89/ night
Consistently rated among the very top hotels in the city, Tara Lodge is in the upmarket Queen’s Quarter, close to Belfast’s main business district. The locale is quiet and the service is personal, with a friendly welcome and guests’ comfort always in the minds of the ever-helpful staff. Rooms are well kept and cosy. The Botanic Gardens are close by to add to the generally peaceful feel or the area, and the city centre is just 10 minutes’ walk away.
From £104/ night
Malone Lodge combines a classic hotel and a set of self-catered apartments, in a renovated Victorian townhouse in Belfast’s University Quarter and a handful of other nearby buildings. Previous winner of Belfast Hotel of the Year, Malone Lodge is set in luxurious surroundings from the relaxing foyer to the specially designed rooms, many including an ergonomic workstation for business visitors. The hotel’s Knife and Fork Grill and Deli is well praised, and free parking and wifi are available.