I've stayed at the Premier Inn on Alfred Street behind Belfast's City Hall and thought I'd give the Titanic Quarter version a try. They promptly accommodated my early morning arrival from the USA and provided a room by 11 am. It was perfectly adequate though the tall narrow window which gave me a close up view of another part of the building was a bit of a letdown after the more expansive ones at the other location. The dining facility was sometimes overwhelmed by breakfast customers but generally coped deftly. The concierge gave me clear and reliable information about alternative ways of getting to and from the Ulster Folk Park, leavened by a bit of Ulster wit. The hotel is extremely well located for genealogical researchers wanting to spend time at the excellent PRONI (the Public Record Office of Northern Ireland) just across the street. It also has good access to the Odyssey entertainment and dining complex next door and is the starting point for a walkway along the river Lagan and into Belfast's city center that hosts many embedded plaques about the storied history of shipbuilding in Belfast. However, it is too far away for walkers who might want to visit the new Titanic Museum. As others have noted, parking at the hotel is in short supply; if you arrive much after noon, forget it. However, once you accept the fact that most patrons are parking in the Odyssey's spacious lots, the walk to one's car becomes less onerous. Yes, paying for wifi is an unwelcome part of travel in much of Britain but it is a small irritant in a hotel chain that generally provides good value to customers. I might prefer to go back to the Alfred Street Premier Inn on future visits but wouldn't rule out a future stay at this Titanic Quarter branch either.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Stay at Premier Inn Hotel Belfast Titanic Quarter and your next port of call could be tourist attractions, great shopping, nightlife or twenty-first century business venues. Harland and Wolff shipbuilders chose to build some of the world's most iconic ocean liners right here in Belfast. Whatever floats your boat, it's all within walking distance. Spend the morning visiting the world's biggest Titanic visitor experience. Then set sail for a great food in the city centre. Stumble across some live traditional music, or hop aboard a historical pub walking tour. There are seasonal events all year round, like our Metro Monster Mash over Halloween or the Christmas markets. Whatever time of year you come, you'll find great food in our onsite restaurant and a lovely comfy bed in your room. Limited car parking available at an extra cost. Directions: Follow signs for the Odyssey Arena which is clearly signposted on all major roads. The hotel is situated only 100m from the M3 motorway. From the M2 follow signs for the M3. Exit the M3 onto Queens Island. Continue forward at the traffic lights and the hotel is on the left hand side. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Premier Inn Belfast Titanic Quarter And City Airport
- Premier Inn Belfast Titanic Quarter & City Airport Hotel Belfast