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My time in Belfast was so short that it was really important to have a hotel in a good location so when looking for accommodation Belfast city centre, I ended up really pleased with Clayton Hotel. It’s right in the heart of the city and made it easy to explore with only an afternoon to spare.
In addition, Belfast is a great place to base yourself to explore Northern Ireland. From Belfast, you can drive the Causeway Coast and hit up a bunch of the famous spots like Giant’s Causeway and the Carrick-A-Rede Bridge and also the lesser-known spots along the way. You can also take a day trip to Derry if you’re not able to actually stay in Derry. And, what better place to stay to check out all of the Game of Thrones filming locations.
Accommodation Belfast City Centre – Clayton Hotel
The hotel is located in the Linen Quarter of Belfast city centre making it the perfect spot to visit the Titanic exhibition, the Cathedral Quarter and the Peace Walls.
The rooms were perfect for our one night stay but very spacious meaning a longer stay would have been really comfortable here as well. The beds were exactly what we needed after a long day of driving and exploring – super comfortable and cozy. I also loved that this hotel had a full bathtub as it was much needed! I was super excited about taking a long, hot soak in the bathtub and then curling up in the warm bed to get rested for the next day.
The rooms were decorated in a simple, yet modern and sleek fashion. There were plenty of electrical outlets which is always important to me as a blogger!
The hotel comes with complimentary Wi-Fi and breakfast and there is parking in a garage directly behind the hotel which is discounted for hotel guests.
Additionally, the room comes equipped with complimentary toiletries, a flat-screen TV, plenty of coffee and a nice view overlooking the city.
- Leisure Center, Pool + Spa
- Conference Center
- Meeting Rooms
- Complimentary Wi-Fi
- Restaurant + Bar
I was very pleased with Clayton Hotel Belfast for our quick stay. The staff was warm and welcoming and when we had to leave super early the next morning, they made us coffee even though the breakfast area wasn’t open yet and gave us tips on the locations we were going to for the day.
The rooms were spacious and came equipped with everything we needed and the main areas of the hotel were beautifully decorated. I really liked the location too. I would definitely recommend staying here on your trip to Belfast!
What to Pack for Belfast
Raincoat (yep, it’s not just something people say – it can rain at any moment!)
Travel Umbrella (while I didn’t bring an umbrella and was too stubborn to buy one, I’d recommend it)
Pacsafe Cross Body Purse (I love my Pacsafe products and would highly recommend using them when traveling)
Comfortable Shoes (my feet tend to hurt pretty easily and these are the best shoes I’ve had in a while for walking a lot)
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**exterior shots provided by Clayton Hotel Belfast**
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