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I stayed here at the beginning of May. It was a large group of us as we were attending a sporting event on the Sunday and we stayed for one night. We were very impressed with the staff on the front desk, they allowed us...More
Stayed here for a weekend with my partner. Location was great. Shops, bars and restaurants as well as Queens University and a train station, only a stones throw away. City Centre & Belfast City Hall just a short walk away. Room itself was fine for...More
1 Thank Karen P
Response from IBIS Belfast Q, General Manager at Ibis Belfast Queens QuarterResponded 3 weeks ago
Dear Karen P,
On behalf of myself and the team, thank you so much for taking the time to write such a lovely review! We are delighted to see that you and your partner have enjoyed your stay and all that our hotel has to...More
The Ibis in Belfast Queens Quarter is a warm welcoming venue adjacent to a lively part of town. It is a few minutes walk from some excellent restaurants and bars, but peaceful enough to enjoy a good night of sleep in a comfy bed.
Turned up at 8pm to a smiling, welcoming staff member.
Great location 30seconds from Botanic Ave precinct & only 15 minutes walk to Glengall bus station.
The room was spacious looking out onto a church steeple -best shower ever.
Didn’t eat there but...More
Pleasant hotel for our brief visit to Belfast. Enjoyed the neighbourhood and the quiet location even during a Bank Holiday weekend.
Reception staff members were welcoming and helpful especially with tips to take an alternate route during the day of the Belfast marathon due to...More