Stormont Hotel

Address: Stormont Hotel 587 Upper Newtownards Road, Belfast, Northern Ireland, BT4 3LP, United Kingdom | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located in the Legoniel area of Belfast, is near Crumlin Road Gaol, Cathedral Quarter, Black Mountain, and Divis.
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          • Wheelchair accessibility
          • Free parking


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          TravelPod Member ReviewsStormont Hotel Belfast

          Reviewed by peeteeandjoe

          Comfortable friendly hotel

          Reviewed Aug 5, 2014
          by (15 reviews) Chiloquin , United States Flag of United States

          This was a good Hotel with friendly helpful staff. Comfortable room and good food.

          This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

          TripAdvisor Reviews Stormont Hotel Belfast

          4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

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          Exploring outside Dublin and ignoring Belfast

          A travel blog entry by lijebaley on Aug 17, 2015

          16 photos

          ... dock at 0830. We took a drive through 5 millennia of Irish history, visiting several historic sites through the course of the day (and no pubs…some of you may decide to skim quickly from here). We began with Newgrange, one of three burial mounds in the area outside of Dublin. It is actually a "passage tomb," built about 5200 years ago. It is one of the oldest man-made structures on earth. Almost nothing is known about the builders ...

          An Old Lady On An Eye-Opening Tour Of Belfast.

          A travel blog entry by kim-davis on Feb 16, 2015

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          ... and Leona (the other passenger to be singled out as an old lady) were not to be deterred, and so we bravely boarded the bus with people that I could have legitimately given birth to (if I was a teenage mum). I should probably mention at this point that I am 9 years older than Leona, so I was the oldest of the old ladies by quite a stretch. In fact, Leona wasn't even in my league, or my generation!

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          A travel blog entry by jukes on Aug 28, 2014

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          The Giant's Causeway & Northern Ireland

          A travel blog entry by jmpncsu on Jun 08, 2014

          52 photos

          ... and the mountains and Glens of Antrim to the west. We also saw a memorial to a local hero - Paddy. Paddy was a pigeon who carried coded messages between the Allied forces during World War II. After about 15 minutes, we got back on the bus and continued heading north along the coast. Near the town of Cushendall, the road departed from the coast and headed into a more forested area, where Matthew told us a bit about forestry in the region. ...

          This is my home for the next nine months..

          A travel blog entry by b.mcintyre23 on Sep 20, 2013

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          ... being here.. If you check out the pictures added to this entry, you will see the picture I put together to help explain the whole street sign disaster.

          So, now that I am (somewhat) able to navigate my way through the city, I am really enjoying it. Belfast is the perfect sized city. Big enough that you don't feel like you're stuck in a boring small town, but small enough that it is easy ...