I recently (February 2005) stayed here for a night. I was initially attracted by the fact that many of the other decent hotels in Belfast seemed not to have any single rooms, or at least they were a lot more expensive than the Malone Lodge.
The room contained everything you would expect in a hotel of this standard, including possibly the largest bath towel I have ever seen!
The bar is a fairly typical hotel bar, although pleasant enough.
I must make special mention of the reception staff, for whom nothing was too much trouble - very well done.
I have categorised this as less expensive than average. Obviously, this refers to similar hotels, as there is much cheaper accomodation to be had in Belfast.
Unique Quality: Nothing particularly outstanding in the way of views, architecture etc, just a well-run hotel.
The only outstanding feature is the attentiveness of the staff, typically a Northern Ireland trait anyway.
Directions: Go up the Malone Road, away from town, past the Botanic Inn, turn right into Eglantine Avenue, and it's on the right.
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Address: 60 Eglantine Avenue, Belfast, BT9 6DY, United Kingdom