I stayed here last year. The dorms are clean and there are plenty of showers, also a washbasin in the 4 bed female dorm which was great. Hostels don't always have that. The breakfast in the cafe is excellent value, though one big downer is no kitchen and no social centre for people to gravitate to. It really isn't for you if you want to talk to people. It's instituitional, not so good for solo travellers, but fine for groups. The location is good but there is a noisy club next door. That and the lack of a kitchen put me off staying here on my next visit to Belfast and I went to Global Village which was very good and much quieter.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- This hostel is the biggest in Belfast and the only one affiliated with Hostelling International. It's a short walk from both Belfast City Hall and Queen's University, and close to both the Europa Bus Station and Botanic Train Station. The hostel has a range of rooms, from group dorms to doubles, some with ensuite shower/toilet and some with shared facilities - so something to suit every budget. The hostel has free WI-FI in the common areas of the ground and first floor, free left luggage and good-value laundry facilities. The Causeway Cafe on the ground floor serves up good value grub and McCombs Coaches (based at the hostel) offers Game of Thrones and Giant's Causeway tours. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Belfast International Youth Hotel Belfast