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Benedicts of Belfast is a 4 star boutique hotel, gourmet restaurant and live music bar located in the heart of Queen's Quarter.

The hotel's 32 boutique guestrooms, individually styled by Eamon Carberry, one of the country's leading interior designers, boast luxurious comfort finished to the highest standard. The lavish feather topped mattresses, adorned with 600-thread Egyptian cotton sheets, offers guests a calming sanctuary from the bustle of Belfast's city centre.

Whether you wish to explore the history of the Titanic Quarter or enjoy a concert at the Odyssey Arena, this independent boutique hotel is an ideal base to experience the very best that Belfast city has to offer.
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  • 7-21 Bradbury Place
  • Belfast
  • Antrim
  • BT7 1RQ

Top Reasons To Visit

  • Beat the Clock - the time you order is the price you pay
  • £2.95 cocktails from 4-10pm, 7 days a week
  • Live music 7 days a week
  • In the hub of Belfast's nightlife
  • £70 - £90 Bed & Breakfast

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