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All Countries > United Kingdom > Belfast > Holiday Inn Express BELFAST CITY - QUEEN'S QUARTER

106 University Street
Belfast, BT7 1HP
Nightly Rates (89.66 - 99.60)   3 Star

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Choose the Modern Holiday Inn Express Belfast City-Queens Quarter Hotel for a Handy City-Centre Location Walk into the open-plan Lobby at Holiday Inn Express Belfast City-Queens Quarter , where our Front Desk staff will give you a warm welcome. Your flight lands at George Best Belfast City Airport , just 5 miles away, and we're 1 mile from Belfast Central rail station in the city centre. If you're driving, we're easily reached from the M1, M2 and M3 motorways, and parking is complimentary . Link to complimentary wireless Internet in our 5 air-conditioned meeting rooms and public areas. You can treat your colleagues to tasty burgers and chips or spicy prawn dishes in our relaxing Great Room. Holiday Inn Express Belfast City-Queens Quarter is just down the road from your meeting at Queen's University Belfast . Conferences at the Belfast Waterfront Hall are 1 mile away, and we're 3 miles from exhibitions at the King's Hall complex. Children under-18 stay and eat free when sharing with parents in our family-friendly hotel. They'll enjoy discovering colourful plant life in Belfast Botanic Gardens and shopping at the stylish Victoria Square centre, both nearby. Locally-brewed Harp lager is served to your truffle-coloured sofa in Holiday Inn Express Belfast City-Queens Quarter's chic bar. Opt for sizzling bacon and scrambled eggs from the breakfast buffet in our Great Room.

  • Accessible facilities

  • Buffet breakfast

  • Coffee/Tea maker

  • Color television

  • Complimentary breakfast

  • Desk with lamp

  • Direct dial telephone

  • Free parking

  • Hairdryer

  • High speed internet access for laptop in public areas

  • High speed internet connection

  • Housekeeping - daily

  • Housekeeping - weekly

  • Ice machine

  • Interior corridors

  • Internet access

  • Lounges/bars

  • Meal included - continental breakfast

  • Meeting rooms

  • Meeting rooms

  • Non-smoking

  • On-Site parking

  • Parking

  • Private bathroom

  • Public area air conditioned

  • Restaurant

  • Safe deposit box

  • Satellite television

  • Separate closet

  • Spare electrical outlet available at desk

  • Stereo

  • Storage space

  • Tennis court

  • Turn down service

  • Valet same day dry cleaning

  • Wireless internet connection

  • Wireless internet connection in public areas

  • Miscellaneous Information
  • British Pounds is the native currency. 

  • Check in time is 3:00 PM 

  • Check out time is 12:00 PM 

  • Time Zone is  GMT 

  • Opened in  1996 

  • Renovated in  01/01/2010 

  • 114  rooms. 

  • 0  suites. 

  • 4  floors. 

  • Restaurant Information
    Great Room  A free buffet breakfast is served from 7am daily. Lunch and dinner are also available in the hotel restaurant. Whether you fancy a quick snack, a bite of lunch or a full dinner, we serve food daily from 12noon with an extensive menu from which to choose. Holiday Inn Express Belfast Bar & Lounge 

    Meeting Facility
  • Room Five

  • Room Four

  • Room One Executive Boardroom

  • Room Three

  • Room Two

  • Rooms Two and Three Combined

    Recreation Information
    Children's program - Off site Children's Activities information available from reception staff

  • Waterfront Hall

  • Belfast International Airport

  • Crown Bar Liquor Saloon

  • The bar is a unique visual gem, a veritable masterpiece in bar architecture, which has the distinction of being known to millions all over the world. The Crown is famous as a tourist venue in the heart of Belfast, the pub dates back to 1826.
  • Giants Causeway

  • The Giant's Causeway is an area of about 40,000 interlocking basalt columns, the result of an ancient volcanic eruption. It is located in County Antrim, on the northeast coast of Northern Ireland.
  • Grand Opera House

  • The Opera House was opened in 1895. Recently renovated and extended it now houses the baby grand, a cafebar and restaurant as well as the main theatre.
  • Belfast City Hall

  • The home of Belfast City Council, it was designed by Alfred Brumwell Thomas and built in Portland stone. Completed in 1906, it is a magnificent Edwardian 'wedding cake' built to reflect Belfast's city status, granted by Queen Victoria in 1888. The dome is
  • Botanic Gardens & Ulster Museum

  • Botanic Gardens occupies 28 acres of south Belfast in the university area. Their most notable feature is the Palm House. Within the Gardens is the Ulster Museum, home to a rich collection of art, history and natural sciences and free to all visitors.

  • Odyssey Arena

  • An entertainment venue hosting concerts, exhibitions and sporting events. Home to the Belfast Giants Ice Hockey Team, W5 a science interactive discovery centre and the Pavillion with numerous bars, restaurants, and a cinema.
  • Victoria Square Shopping complex

  • Belfast new shopping complex with a variety of stores, restaurants as well as residential apartments and a cinema in the heart of Belfast City Centre.
  • George Best Belfast City Airport

  • Ulster Folk & Transport Museum

  • Step back in time in and uncover a way of life from 100 years ago. Discover cottages, farms, schools and shops as you wander through the beautiful parkland of the Folk Museum chatting to costumed visitor guides demonstrating traditional crafts.
  • Titanic Belfast

  • Titanic Belfast® extends over nine galleries, with multiple dimensions to the exhibition, drawing together special effects, dark rides, full-scale reconstructions and innovative interactive features to explore the Titanic story in a fresh and insightful w
  • Carrick-A-Rede rope bridge

  • Rocky island connected to the cliffs by a rope bridge. One of Northern Ireland's best-loved attractions. Exhilarating coast path experience. Site of Special Scientific Interest: unique geology, flora and fauna, fantastic bird-watching.
  • Kings Hall

  • The Kings Hall complex hosts major concerts, exhibitions, conferences as well as indoor sporting events and outdoor events.
  • University of Ulster, Jordanstown

  • Botanic Train Station

  • Stormont Parliment Buildings

  • The Parliament Buildings, known as Stormont because of its location in the Stormont area of Belfast, is the seat of the Northern Ireland Assembly and the Northern Ireland Executive.
  • Belfast Castle & Belfast Zoo

  • Belfast Castle overlooks the city from 400 feet above sea level on the slopes of Cave Hill. The zoo's 55 acre site is home to more than 1,200 animals and 140 species. Both are located on the Antrim Road in North Belfast.
  • Queens University Belfast

  • Waterfront Hall

  • The Waterfront Hall is a purpose built conference , arts and entertainment centre offering facilities such as a main auditorium, studio, meeting rooms, gallery space, gift shop, restaurant and two bars.