In central Belfast near the train station and tourist sights
Spacious rooms with flat-screen TVs and electric kettles
restaurant, bar, and Costa Coffee cafe
on-site meeting rooms
24-hour room service
Fee for breakfast
Some rooms pick up street noise
Basic chain-hotel decor
The mid-range Jurys Inn Belfast is ideally located in the "Golden Mile" of Belfast's city
center, within walking distance of the train station and many tourist
sights. The hotel has 190 spacious rooms, an on-site
restaurant and bar, along with a Costa Coffee outlet. Decor is streamlined and straightforward, like most hotels in the Jurys chain, and rooms include multi-channel flat-screen TVs, and coffee- and tea-making facilities. There's a breakfast buffet (not included), 24-hour room service, and free Wi-Fi throughout. As an alternative, the three-pearl Wellington Park Hotel has lower rates and modern amenities like iPod docks, but room decor is a bit drab.
spaces decorated in a simple, contemporary style
Inn Belfast is housed in a six-story red-brick building on a busy city-center corner. The neighboring
buildings are an interesting mix of neo-Gothic and modern
architecture, housing retail and commercial businesses. The hotel's public
spaces have a clean, up-to-date look and pleasant if nondistinctive decor. The lobby's complementary color palette includes a violet-toned patterned carpet, lime-green sofas, and violet and
gray armchairs. The hotel attracts an even mix of both leisure and
business travelers, and is popular with families.
in Belfast's “Golden Mile” in the city center
Inn Belfast is located on a busy intersection in a lively area of pubs, bars, and restaurants, known as the
“Golden Mile." The
Grand Opera House is across the street, along with the
Assembly Buildings Conference and Exhibition Center. Many other
tourist attractions are within walking distance, including the Victoria
Square shopping district. Transportation links are excellent:
The closest train station is Great Victoria Street, which is about a
five-minute walk from the hotel. Also, the “Hop On Hop Off” city tour buses
stop in front of the hotel.
walk to the Grand Opera House
One-minute walk to the Assembly Buildings Conference & Exhibition Center
walk to Great Victoria Street Station
Five-minute walk to City Hall
Nine-minute walk to Castlecourt Shopping Center
Nine-minute walk to Titanic Visitor Center
12-minute walk to Albert Memorial Clock
13-minute walk to Queen's University Belfast
Seven-minute drive to Ulster Museum
10-minute drive to Botanic Gardens
10-minute drive to Victoria Square shopping district
Spacious rooms with flat-screen TVs and coffeemakers, but basic chain-hotel decor
190 rooms at Jurys Inn Belfast, which come as Singles, Doubles, and Triples, are spacious and well-maintained.
Decor is in coordinated shades of beige and brown, and the overall effect is generic and muted. Bathrooms
are on the small side and utilitarian-looking with
shower/tub combos and free-standing sinks. Family Rooms can sleep up to two adults and two children. ADA rooms are also available. All rooms come with flat-screen TVs, coffee- and tea-making
facilities, work desks, and free Wi-Fi. Standard Rooms do not include irons. The
Superior Family and Triple Rooms also have pull-out sofas. Be aware that street-facing rooms can pick up outside noise.
Inn Belfast serves a hot buffet breakfast each morning in its restaurant, and while it's not included in the room rate, the price is reasonable. The restaurant is also open for dinner, and a children's menu is
available. An adjacent bar is open in the afternoon and evening for drinks and light meals, including lunch. The hotel also houses a Costa Coffee outlet, which offers a range of different coffees and hot drinks.
For business meetings, the hotel offers six equipped meeting rooms, a computer and printer are available for guests' use in the lobby. While there's no on-site parking, the staff will arrange for parking at nearby lots for discount rates. Wi-Fi is free throughout.
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