Northern Ireland – Accommodation

Belfast is a vibrant city with a great choice of hotels. Most of them are in the city centre which spare us spending time in the public transportation. This vast group of available accommodation includes the Fitzwilliam Hotel, the Europa Hotel, the Jurys Inn Belfast, the Grand Central Hotel Belfast (maybe this is the most expensive hotel) among many others for very reasonable prices.

Entrance of our hotel

When I booked our hotel, around 2 months before our trip the Booking.com had a great promotion on the Fitzwilliam Hotel which is a 5-star hotel. I paid less than 100 pounds per night including breakfast. Encountering such a good deal couldn’t be missed.

Our room was spacious and elegant. We thought there were too many mirrors but who are we? A poor couple on our first 5-star hotel. So, our opinion is not to be valued. Our room was not facing the main street which we really liked otherwise we thought it could end up being a noisy staying. We had the best sleep and the breakfast was to die for.

They have the continental breakfast that includes cereals, bread, jams and other spreads, cheese, cold meats, juice, milk, but then you can choose from their menu – I tried the eggs benedict and the sweet buttermilk pancakes (each dish for each day) and I found both options delicious. I must mention the pancakes were probably the best pancakes I had on my entire life. However, my husband had the full breakfast and he was slightly disappointed with the flavour.

Overall, I highly recommend this hotel for its location, service, food and fabulous rooms.