The Top 5 Hotels in Northern Ireland
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If it's the perfect getaway to Northern Ireland you've been looking for, then look no further. No matter what kind of adventure you’re after, we’ve got all kinds of great hotels on offer in the country, whether it’s a trip to the countryside to discover nature and ancient ruins, or a weekend city break to take in some culture and history. When booking your next trip abroad to Northern Ireland, you can rest assured that Voyage Privé has you covered.
Located in the heart of Belfast, just a short walk from the iconic Belfast City Hall, Maldron Hotel Belfast City offers modern luxury, with two great rooms to choose from and a daily complimentary breakfast. Also included in your package is the Official Game of Thrones Tour—a day trip out to see the exciting locations used in the popular TV show.
A stylish and modern hotel in the centre of Belfast, the Radisson Blu is situated in the perfect spot along the river and just a short walk from all of the hustle and bustle. Voyage Privé members can enjoy a cosy Standard Room, and all bookings include complimentary breakfast.
Located in the beautiful Lagan Valley Regional Park, just a short distance from the centre of Belfast, the Crowne Plaza Belfast is the ideal spot for anyone looking for the perfect all-around trip. Guests can enjoy facilities like their health and fitness centre and indoor pool, and complimentary breakfast is provided each morning.
Enjoy plush, elegant indulgence at the Fitzwilliam Hotel Belfast, part of our Preferred LVX Collection range. Our Preferred Hotels & Resorts ensure only the highest levels of customer satisfaction, with each of the hotels conforming to our Preferred Standards of Excellence. Only the finest boutique bedrooms are available, with the best possible facilities, designer interiors, and modern furnishings.
Spacious rooms and a relaxing spa are just the start of Clayton Hotel Belfast's attractions. Situated in the vibrant Linen Quarter, you won’t have to go far to find the great sights and sounds of the city. This is also the only hotel in the centre of Belfast with a swimming pool, which guests can enjoy along with the Jacuzzi, sauna, steam room and gym.
- 24-hour reception
- Concierge services
- Free Wi-Fi
- On-site parking
- Free newspapers
- Laundry service
- Multilingual staff
- Excursion assistance
- Luggage storage
- Wedding services
Northern Ireland sees its best weather between May and July, so if you’re banking on plenty of sunshine, that'll be the time to aim for. August and September see lots of sun, but there’s also an increased chance of rain. The summer months are when you’ll see the highest number of tourists, so if you’re looking to avoid the crowds, mid to late spring is the ideal time to visit.
Voyage Privé has the perfect Northern Ireland hotels for any kind of trip, whether it’s a romantic getaway, a family vacation, a weekend break with friends or something just for yourself.
- City hotels
- Spa hotels
- Country hotels
- Romantic hotels
- Luxury hotels
- Contemporary hotels
- Power adapters and charging cables (UK plug)
- Good quality walking shoes
- Local currency (Euros)
Northern Ireland is easily accessible from any of Europe’s major cities, whether by plane, train, or automobile. Flights from London typically take a little over an hour, or alternatively, you could get the ferry from Scotland or Liverpool, which take around two or eight hours respectively.
It couldn’t be easier to book one of our Northern Ireland hotels. Simply register your details online, and you’ll be able to access our endless exclusive deals and discounts, with up to 70% in savings. Registration is free, and it’ll be no time at all before you’re relaxing in one of our exclusive hotels and enjoying the luxury you'd expect from your Voyage Privé holiday.
Northern Ireland has just as much going for it as the rest of Ireland, which can, unfortunately, overshadow its smaller brother to the north. Belfast is as good a destination for a city break as any other European city, and the surrounding nature and scenery are just stunning. There’s such a rich tapestry of history and culture to discover, along with a wealth of attractions to see and do. If you’ve been struggling to decide between Ireland and Northern Ireland, choosing the latter definitely won’t leave you feeling disappointed.
Northern Ireland is every bit as attractive and picturesque as you could imagine, with the gorgeous rolling hills, quaint little villages, and ancient castles and ruins just begging to be visited. As far as the rest of the UK goes, there’s really nothing that can compare to such natural glory, so book your trip now with Voyage Privé.