Large modern hotel located in the heart of the Northern Irish city
Readily accessible via road, rail, and even air, the Days Hotel Belfast lies at the heart of the city centre, making it easy for guests to visit attractions, restaurants, pubs, and any other destination they so desire.
Consisting of 250 guestrooms, the 3-star hotel includes a number of standard features. An en-suite bathroom with shower is available in each room, as are tea and coffee making facilities, television, telephone, hairdryer, and work desk. A wake up service is offered also. For families, adjoining rooms are also available.
A number of ‘Workzone’ rooms are also available for those visiting the city and hotel for business. These rooms include free wireless internet connectivity, safety deposit box, iron and ironing board, 24 hour snack and drink menu, soundproofed walls, as well as an extra work desk and air conditioning.
Corporate visitors can also benefit from a conference room that accommodates up to 60 delegates. Audio and visual equipment is provided, as are refreshments and stationary. With its central location, the hotel is an ideal location for meeting colleagues and clients.
Guests will find a restaurant within the hotel. Serving a traditional Irish breakfast in the morning, a number of snacks and lighter meals at lunchtime, and a wider menu at dinner time, the restaurant is a fine place to dine for those not yet familiar with the city, or those hoping for a bit of calm following a hectic day sightseeing. A specialised children’s menu is also in operation.
The true benefit of the Days Hotel Belfast though is its location. Within moments visitors can find themselves amidst the many city centre attractions. On everybody’s checklist of sites to see should be the Cathedral Quarter, Albert Clock, Belfast City Hall, and the Ulster Museum. These four attractions alone display some of the city’s finest architecture and historical significance, not to mention make for excellent backdrops to tourist photographs.
For those looking for a scenic view, Belfast Castle, the River Lagan, the Botanic gardens, and the hills overlooking the city all provide stunning settings, and on the right day can entice you to roam a little further or stay a little longer than you might originally have planned.
Visitors less keen on history and scenery and more used to excitement and adventure can make the most of the hundreds of pubs, bars, and restaurants found within the city centre. A popular location for a ‘wild’ weekend away, Belfast is a bustling hub of activity long into the night. Various venue halls, including the Odyssey Arena and the Waterfront Hall offer a wide variety of events, including conferences, sporting events, and musical concerts.
Speaking of sport, Belfast is home to Gaelic football and hurling, association football, rugby, and cricket games. One of the city’s most popular teams is the Belfast Giants ice hockey team, one of the best in the UK. The team’s home games at the Odyssey Arena are always well attended and recommended for even those unfamiliar with the sport.
Regardless of what your interests are, the Days Hotel Belfast puts guests within easy reach of the events and attractions that will prove interesting.