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easyHotel Belfast offers simple comfort and great value in the heart of the city. Super-budget guest accommodation means compact rooms at low prices with extras to choose if you wish.

Belfast easyHotel guest accommodation is only a few minutes’ walk from the Europa Bus and Train Station behind the City Hall.


When you step out the front door of the hotel you will be instantly surrounded by wonderful restaurants, bars and shops allowing you to soak up more of what our great city has to offer!


Guests enjoy comfortable and compact, no nonsense bedrooms that are fully air-conditioned, with en-suites in a prime city centre location. Guests use easyHotel simply as a base to get out and see the sights, experience Belfast or get to work quickly.


Simply Coffee sits beside reception, making it easy to start your day with a great cup of coffee and a light breakfast or lunch. Next door there are three restaurants operated by top chef. Michael Deane including, EIPIC, one of the city’s two Michelin star restaurants. Around the corner is Niall McKenna’s’ famous James St Restaurant where there is something for all tastes. All of that in the same block as the hotel with an unbelievable array of other tastes available nearby. easyHotel is also surrounded by great bars including the historic Crown Bar (the only pub owned by the National Trust), the Perch (Belfast’s first rooftop bar), The Rusty Saddle and Sweet Afton all within 100m, so a bit of the famous Irish craic and a pint of the black stuff is never far away.


The Grand Opera House and the Ulster Hall are historic venues close to the hotel and for the movie buff a multi-screen cinema is five minutes’ walk away. Close by are several bars offering regular live music events and Belfast’s now famous Cathedral Quarter of cobbled streets and lively pubs is only a short walk too.


Head the other way and you’ll step right into the heart of Queen’s University quarter. Larger performance venues such as the Waterfront Hall and the SSE Arena are close by. Not forgetting the birth place of the Titanic, a 20 minute walk across the city or a short taxi ride.


Night owls will not be disappointed as you are right in the zone with some of Belfast’s top hotspots well within walking distance. The Cathedral Quarter is a must and nightclubs such as Filthy McNasty’s, Chinawhite, and Alibi are all open to the wee hours (and it’s easy to stumble back home).


'Explore - Sleep - Repeat…. Let’s Go'

  • 24-26 Howard Street
  • Belfast
  • Antrim
  • BT1 6PA

Top Reasons To Visit

  • City centre location
  • Super budget value
  • Comfortable compact single rooms
  • Free high-speed WiFi
  • Booking, check in and services all online

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