Days

40 Hope Street, Belfast, BT12 5EE, United Kingdom
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Very Good (3.5 out of 5.0) 3 reviews
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Comfortable hotel, next to bus station

Great (4.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on October 11, 2008

My friend and I stayed at Days Hotel Belfast for one night during a weekend visit to Belfast in July 2008.

This large hotel (the largest in Northern Ireland, with 250 guest rooms) can be booked directly or can be booked via numerous online booking agencies. I priced the hotel up on dozens of websites before booking and, at that time, the cheapest rate was to be found on www.skoosh.com. I paid 69 GBP per night for a twin room with breakfast included.

Location

Days Hotel is located on Hope Street in Belfast City Centre. It is conveniently located practically next door to the Europa Bus Station. It took us less than 2 minutes to walk from the station to the hotel, via the station’s car park, when we arrived at Europa Bus Station on the bus from the airport.

The hotel is located about 5 minutes walking time from the city’s famous Crown Liquor Saloon (and other pubs and restaurants), 10 minutes from the City Hall and the pedestrianised shopping streets and 15 minutes from the banks of the River Lagan.

Bedroom

Our twin room was typical of those found in chain hotels throughout the UK and Europe. It was clean, comfortable, functional, and contained all the basic amenities that you would require for a short stay.

The room had two beds, a TV, a large wardrobe, coffee and tea making facilities, a desk, a couple of chairs, a large wall mirror, a telephone, bedside cabinets and lamps.

The en-suite shower room was spotlessly clean and contained a reasonably sized walk-in shower, washbasin, toilet and plenty of fresh towels.

Breakfast

The breakfast buffet was served in the hotel’s large ground floor restaurant and was absolutely superb!

Choose from a selection of fruit and yoghurts, bacon, eggs, sausages, mushrooms, tomatoes, baked beans, toast, potato bread, soda bread, fruit juices, tea and coffee. You can eat as much as you like and the dishes are constantly topped up so that the food is always piping hot.

If your room rate does not include breakfast, the cooked breakfast buffet costs an additional 8.95 GBP per person per day, while a continental breakfast costs 5.95 GBP. Breakfast is served between 6:30am and 10:00am on weekdays and between 7:00am and 11:00am at weekends.

General

The ground floor of the hotel contains a 24 hour reception desk (complete with lots of information and brochures for booking excursions) and a large restaurant and bar area.

There is an onsite car park and conferencing facilities for business travellers.

The hotel has rooms on 8 or 9 floors, and has a handful of lifts.

A good value hotel, with comfortable rooms, a great breakfast and a convenient location right next to the bus station. Recommended!

Directions: Located on Hope Street, right next to the Europa Bus Station. Approximately 10 minutes walk to the pedestrianised city centre shopping areas.

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Good location, good value

Great (4.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on May 26, 2008

The Days Hotel has a good location just a few minutes walk from the Europa Bus station where the Airport Express buses drop off - just walk through the station and you’ll see the hotel as you exit. It’s also just 5-10 minutes walk from the City Hall and the central shopping and tourist areas. I’ve used the Days chain before, they are a US company with a number of hotels in the UK. It’s essentially a budget operating model with small but comfortable rooms. What I like best about the rooms are the large walk in showers - much better than trying to cram yourself into a miniscule Travelodge cubicle. A tea & coffee tray was provided plus biscuits. TV with pay per view movies and what looked like Nintendo games. WiFi available in rooms plus two Internet connections in the lobby, £1 for 10 minutes. There is no room service offered but service in the bar and restaurant is friendly and efficient. The cooked breakfast buffet has a good selection and is an extra £8.95 if not included in the room rate.

Directions: At the bottom of Great Victoria Street near the Europa Bus and Train Stations

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Cheap and cheerful

Good (3.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on June 6, 2004

One of Belfast's cheapest hotels, yet only 100m from one of Belfast's most expensive, the Europa. Clean and well serviced, it must be a serious contender for families and those on a budget

Unique Quality: Look out for their great multi night offers

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We've found that other people looking for this hotel also know it by these names:

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Address: 40 Hope Street, Belfast, BT12 5EE, United Kingdom

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Amenities at Days

  • Restaurant
  • Wheelchair Accessible
  • Free Parking
  • Business Services
  • Bar / Lounge
  • Free High Speed Internet

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