Days Hotel Belfast
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Room service
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking rooms
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TravelPod Member ReviewsDays Hotel Belfast
Very conveniently located near the bus station and a great Indian restaurant called Gingeroots.
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pretty good, better than the other hotels we've had. nice cheap breakfast too.
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Historical Traveler Reviews Days Hotel Belfast
Nice Hotel -Shame about the breakfast!
Just returned from a weekend break at Days Hotel. This is a good value for money hotel. The rooms are very nice with good sized shower rooms. The location is good for walking into the city centre. The only bad points were the unfriendly staff and the absolutely awful breakfast.
Could be in any city, in any country
I stayed in this hotel for three nights on a business trip.
This hotel is absolutely lacking of any charm or charisma - it is a standard plastic and chrome businessman's hotel. Whilst in the hotel you could be in any city, in any country.
That said, the staff were exceptionally helpful and friendly and made every effort to make you comfortable.
The hotel is absolutely spotless (it is quite new) and the housekeeping staff are to be congratulated.
There were one or two quirks: If you book B&B, you are given little tickets to prove you are entitled to breakfast and you are advised most strongly that you will be sent back to your room to collect them if you forget to bring one down to the restaurant!
You have to insert your keycard into a reader when entering your room to switch one all the facilities - this means the room heater is switched off when you leave the room - my room was quite cold when I returned in the late evening.
The dinner menus was quite comprehensive, but I chose to eat our in one of the many nearby restaurants. The one lunch I had in the hotel was served on a cold plate!
The bar stays open to 3.00 am on Friday and Sutrdays nights. I was there from Sunday to Wednesday so I don't know if this will cause a noise problem. There is a very small bar area and if that is full, you end up drinking in the restaurant area sitting around small tables on hard chairs.
To summarise: A good hotel IF you only really want somewhere to eat and sleep - but if you want pleasant evening ambience, forget it.
Overall very good
Stayed in this Hotel for a weekend in Mid December 2005. Compared to other Belfast hotels we found it to be very good value for money and in a good location close by to everything. The room was fine and overall the hotlel was very clean.
The breakfast was standard buffet type and OK.
Only gripe about this place was that even though it is a fairly new hotel it has no facilities to leave your luggage when you book out, as we still had most of the day left to tour Belfast before our flight back home. The staff said we could leave our luggage in a corner next to the bar (where others had left there's) but I find this totally unacceptable. So we had to carry it around all day as the the bus station also has no left luggage facilties!
Belfast is a great city - loved the pubs!
Great place to stay
Nothing but good things to say about this hotel. You will find it good value and the location is great. Everyone was very friendly, and helpful with advice on local things to do and see, even to the point of going out of their way, and the two gals in the bar were so much fun. Good job everyone, so many other hotels could learn a lot of you all.
Overall service was "poor"
I stayed at the Days Hotel for a short weekend break in early December 2005. The room was nice, if a little on the small side, but how much space do you need for 1 person ?? However, the overall service was poor notably from the front desk staff who were either poorly trained or unprofessional and at times extremely rude.
On first impressions this hotel has a strange layout, you have to walk through the restaurant to access the lifts to your room(s). I also found as a lone female travelling around Belfast extremely unsafe, as the hotel was located in a rather shady area of Belfast, but I did not let this hamper my stay. On the plus side the hotel is located very close to Belfast City centre and all major bus/train links. Overall Belfast is a beautifull and vibrant city and well worth a visit, but just don't stay at the Days Hotel. Stormont and Europa hotels are much better and well worth the value. I will be going back to BELFAST one day, just not the Days Inn hotel.
The best hotel yet!!!
This is one of the most impresive hotels i have stayed in, i would recommend it to anyone visiting the lovely city of Belfast. The rooms are spotless and have all the utilities neded for a warm and welcome stay, the bathroom is more that spacious and posess a powerful shower which i believe every hotel needs. I know when i travel to Belfast again i will definately be booking in this hotel.
Perfect Location. Cleanest Hotel I've stayed at.
This hotel is in an excellent location, it is located near enough to enjoy the heart of Belfast, but far enough to be away from the hustle and bustle. The hotel is well kept and lovely and clean. The staff are very friendly and helpful. I will definatly be staying there again. And have recommenbded it to a few friends.
''KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK''
I recently stayed at the Days Hotel, during business trip to Belfast. The hotel was perfectly adequate for my needs. The room was spotlessly clean, although a little lacking in storage space, but how much would you need for a 1 or 2 night stay. The breakfast is entirely self service, and was as good a quality as certain 4 star hotels that I have stayed in. The hotel has a small bar, which I felt quite safe to sit in without being pestered, which is quite important for a woman on her own. Finally, the location was really not a problem as a 5 minute walk takes you into the city centre.
Avoid at all costs
Avoid this hotel at all costs.
I stayed there with a group for the last weekend in April, using it only because all other hotels were full.
This is a hotel which claims to be in the centre of town, but Belfast is a very small town, and 100m makes all the difference. It is in fact in a very bad area. Security was a joke - my 5th floor room was broken into and everything stolen. The hotels repsonse was terrible - they would do nothing for us except call the police. They accepted no responsibility whatsoever.
Although they claimed that this was the first time that this had happened, they seemed to have a routine for dealing with it. On talking to lots of locals and telling them what had happened, that all said that they had bad reports about the hotel.
Their parking is indeed free, but its also totally insecure.
I would say if you want inexpensive but good go to Juries round the corner in the nicer part of town OR even better pay the extra couple of pounds to stay in a real hotel like the Europa rather than the pseudo hostel that this place is.
I went to days Hotel some weeks ago for a weekend away with my girlfriend. We had actually booked here purely by accident as most other hotels had already been booked. I was a little aprehensive at first as i had not heard a lot about 'Days Hotels' but now I would not reccomend anywhere else to stay in Belfast. On arrival I found that the recepetion staff were extremely warm, friendly and cortueous - the best i have experienced - we then ate in the hotel that night and was surprised at the quality and value for money - real 5* standard for 3* prices - the best bit was when we came back from hittin the clubs on Fri & Sat night the bar was still open to four in the morning ....and even better that was the fact that their drinks in the late bar are even cheaper than in the clubs.......**********highly reccomend that u take a visit
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