Welcome to Belfast
Ramada Plaza Belfast, 117 Miltown Road
The 4 star Ramada Belfast is located within the picturesque surroundings of Lagan Valley Regional Park, just a 10 minute drive from the thriving Belfast City Centre and 20 minutes from Belfast City Airport.
The 120 bedrooms, designed to provide comfort and luxury to the business and leisure traveller, offer a selection of double and twin rooms, as well as four suites. All rooms have been designed to offer comfort and luxury with modern conveniences including work stations with leather office chairs, tea and coffee facilities, bathrobes, personal safes, iron and ironing boards, air conditioning. All rooms are en-suite.
24-hour reception, Bar/Lounge, Car Parking, Restaurant
The Ibis hotel is located downtown within Belfast City Centre, close to shopping district, business, entertainment and cultural attractions like Odyssey, Titanic Quarter, Victoria Square, Opera House and Waterfront.
Make yourself at home… Inviting, modern, spacious and comfortable, with a cosy bed and a functional bathroom. Your room has everything you need and then more. Ibis Belfast City Centre offers contemporary, good value rooms with facilities wich include Airconditioning, Web TV, Direct dial telephone, Work desk in all rooms, Satellite/cable colour TV, Manual temperature control, Coffee/tea making facilities and WiFi wireless Internet access.
This Belfast hotel offers a restaurant, a coffee shop/café, and a bar/lounge. Wireless Internet access is available in public areas (surcharges apply) and an Internet point is located on site. Additional amenities include complimentary newspapers in the lobby, a safe deposit box at the front desk, and an elevator (lift). This is a smoke-free property.
Madison’s Hotel Belfast has 35 rooms and is able to provide the personal service and attention to detail which makes the hotel a home from home for guests. This contemporary establishment makes the most of its natural environment using the best of local Irish linens and rustic art throughout the boutique hotel.
Included in the room cost is a fresh, cooked-to-order breakfast menu, with complimentary morning newspapers to peruse. Breakfast is served in the open-plan restaurant area every morning from 7am; or if you prefer breakfast in bed, your order can be served directly to your room. Dont want to leave? Late check out is available on request.
If you’re coming from out of town, please ask our Reservations team about their local knowledge of where to go, what to see and what to do!
Your Madison’s Room Key will allow you 10% discount off food purchases in all Botanic Inns outlets. Ask at reception for more details.
Dining options at this Belfast hotel include a restaurant and a bar/lounge. Wireless Internet access is complimentary in public areas. The staff can provide business services and secretarial services. Additional amenities include a nightclub, laundry facilities, and dry cleaning/laundry services. This is a smoke-free property.
The fortunes of Belfast have risen and fallen over time, from its beginnings as a Bronze Age settlement to extensive World War II bombings and civil conflict. Today the capital of Northern Ireland is a thriving city that has regained some of its old charm and industry, and has begun to lure the curious traveller.
Belfast is situated near the mouth of the River Lagan and blossomed in the 17th century with an influx of English and Scottish settlers. The port city grew in prominence during the Industrial Revolution, with booming linen, rope-making and shipbuilding industries. The ill-fated Titanic was built here in the Harland and Wolff shipyards and today Belfast still boasts the world’s biggest dry dock, as well as a restored Waterfront Complex that houses chic restaurants, shops and ubiquitous Irish pubs.
Much of the city’s architectural heritage was destroyed during repeated bombings in World War II, as well as during the Troubles; civil conflict between Roman Catholic nationalists and Protestant unionists that raged from 1969 until the late 1990s. Several exquisite Victorian and Edwardian buildings remain, however, and have been filled with trendy bars, boutiques, galleries, museums and restaurants in an attempt to regenerate the city’s image. Evidence of the Troubles can still be seen in the many murals that line Falls Road and Shankill Road, and the Europa Hotel has become famous as one of the most bombed buildings in Europe, having being targeted no less than 27 times.
Belfast is often overlooked as a tourist destination, but its fascinating history, ongoing struggles, many attractions and above all, the warmth and acerbic wit of its inhabitants make it an essential stop on any trip to Northern Ireland. It also serves as an excellent base from which to explore the many wonders of the region.