- Reviews: 1080
The international hostel is in a good location and is pretty decent.
its a 5-10min walk into town, and is surrounded by bars and restaurnats.
it has a cafe which is good for food.
the rooms are ok.
it costs £35 for a double with en-suite, around £11 for a dorm.
typical IYHA, its a bit consitutional and regulated.
i stayed here again on my second visit - a good place with all facilities you'd need with its own self catering kitchen. Price had only increased to £36 in 2011.
- Reviews: 90
Paddys Backpackers: Paddys Backpackers
Ideal for students and backpackers, cheap, clean and great location in the cathedral quarter, ideal for exploring the city.
- Reviews: 244
Culloden Hotel (Bangor Road.): luxury
northern irelands best 5 star hotel, part of the Hastings group. have never actually stayed here but we have been to many weddings and proms in the hotel. 12 acres of grounds, award winning AA restaurants and a spa as well as access to the golf course, its a great place for a relaxing stay.
gorgeous, one of northern irelands most prestigious hotel, football teams, singers etc will stay here if they're in N.I
- Reviews: 92
Mc Causland: For those in the know...
The McCausland is very much the hotel for those in the know. Close to both the Waterfront Concert Hall and the Odyssey arena complex it is handy for all amenities towards the east of the city.
Rooms are tasteful and larger than average and food is excellent.
A top tip would be to book in advance through an agency otherwise you will pay twice the price on arrival.
Great location and beautiful buildings
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