My wife and I stayed 7 nights here. It was a our first ever visit to Belfast even though, being from Newcastle upon Tyne England we are closer to Belfast than we are to London. We couldn't have chosen a better place to stay in terms of, value, quality and service. It was also perfectly situated for getting around the city. We felt safe in the streets and met and chatted with friendly strangers. Our room 616 was on the sixth floor and looked right right down on St Malachys and had wonderful views across the rooftops towards the Titanic quarter. The staff were very friendly and efficient. I'd like to name a few but can only remember Stacey's our breakfast waitress. Stacey, if you are reading this, we are the "two porridges" :-) You'll not recognise me from the picture beside my tripadvisor name, it was taken many years ago.
I recommend this hotel to anyone going to Belfast on business or pleasure. We would - and will -certainly come back again. I'm sure the other Premier Inns in Belfast are just as good, but well, we'd now feel at home in Alfred Street. Cheers, Brian and Anne ListerMore