Malmaison

Address: 34-38 Victoria Street, Belfast, Northern Ireland, BT1 3GH, United Kingdom | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located in the City Centre area of Belfast, is near Albert Memorial Clock Tower, Royal Ulster Rifles Museum, Customs House, and Cornmarket.
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          TravelPod Member ReviewsMalmaison Belfast

          Reviewed by feileacan

          Wedding & Honeymoon in 1 day and night

          Reviewed Dec 2, 2010
          by (1 review) Belfast , Ireland Flag of Ireland

          Fantastic and special experience..hope to return soon!

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

          TripAdvisor Reviews Malmaison Belfast

          4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
           

          Travel Blogs from Belfast

          Day 3 - Belfast

          A travel blog entry by annettehandley on Jul 16, 2016

          11 photos

          We caught the train from Dublin to Belfast today. What beautiful scenery they have in the Irish countryside. Arriving we went to our hotel to book in and then organised a black cab tour of the city. What a chequered past Belfast has had. Our driver Joe shows us all the sights of bloodshed in the capital. We then went to the murals and were told …

          Belfast, N. Ireland

          A travel blog entry by t_b_blanchard on Sep 16, 2015

          28 photos

          ... put into words so you’ll just have to check out the pictures or even better come and see it in person.

          When we got back to the visitor center, we asked the folks at the desks what 1 other place we should go see if we had about 90 minutes before we needed to be heading back to Belfast. To a man they said the Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge and gave us directions. This National Trust site is also along the coast line, but farther east. At ...

          Rope Bridges, A Giant's Road, and Belfast

          A travel blog entry by ajhoffma on Aug 26, 2015

          4 comments, 31 photos

          ... Britain. However Northern Ireland is on the Isle of Ireland. Not surprisingly there is MUCH contention in Northern Ireland as to whether or not it should be a part of the U.K. or the Republic of Ireland. This contention is not new and has made Northern Ireland a very dangerous place in the past. The contention lies along religious lines 80% folks in Northern Ireland are Protestant and loyal to the English crown and the 20% of folks are Catholic ...

          Belfast . . . In a Day

          A travel blog entry by carolrichardson on Jul 11, 2015

          35 photos

          ... route map. We decided to skip the Titanic Quarter. It's fairly far out of the city centre and, we covered a lot of the Titanic in Newfoundland :-)

          First, the Cathedral Quarter. St Anne's (Belfast) Cathedral was just around the corner from our hotel. St Patrick's a short walk away.



          We then walked through Commercial Court, with ...

          Belfast Again!

          A travel blog entry by stuandleah on Jun 23, 2015

          52 photos

          ... areas of Belfast. We saw the famous skyline of H AND W and we also were able to see some of the divided neighbourhoods. Again, to mirror my last post, we had a lot of reflection on what it was like to actually tour this neighbourhoods that are so divided. To go from one street and see the union jacks and the praising of the Queen, and to step across (a rather large wall or "peace line" ) and see the Irish flags and the dedications to certain heroes of the Irish ...