Premier Inn Belfast City Centre Alfred St

Address: Alfred Street, Belfast, Northern Ireland, BT2 8ED, United Kingdom | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located in the Linen Quarter area of Belfast, is near St. George's Market, St. Malachy's Church, Ulster Hall, and Thomas Thompson Memorial Fountain.
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      Historical Traveler Reviews Premier Inn Belfast City Centre Alfred St

      A good night's stay

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      Good location and reasonable value for a surprisingly expensive city.

      There was some construction work being done outside the hotel when I stayed but the room was surprisingly quiet considering. The location is very central - about 5 or 10 minute walk from the shopping and restaurant area of the city.

      Excellent Hotel

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      Just returned from a weekend break staying at this hotel. Hotel is fairly new so felt lovely and fresh. Rooms were spacious and clean and staff were very friendly and helpful. We had breakfast in the hotel which was excellent value and really good. The hotel location is also excellent very central. I would recommend this lovely hotel and will certainly be returning. I have stayed in other more expensive hotels in Belfast and this one is far superior and excellent value.

      Ausgezeichnetes Hotel

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      Wir sind gerade von einem Wochenendaufenthalt in dem Hotel zurückgekommen. Das Hotel ist recht neu, hatte also eine schöne und frische Atmosphäre. Die Zimmer waren geräumig und sauber und das Personal sehr freundlich und hilfsbereit. Wir frühstückten in dem Hotel und das Frühstück war sehr preiswert und wirklich gut. Das Hotel ist außerdem sehr zentral gelegen. Ich kann das hübsche Hotel sehr empfehlen und werde sicherlich wiederkommen. Ich war auch in anderen teureren Hotels in Belfast und das hier ist bei weitem besser und preisgünstiger.

      De categoría superior

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      Menuda joya es este sitio, el aparcamiento, la amabilidad del personal, las habitaciones inmaculadas, los sabrosos desayunos y la céntrica ubicación de este lugar rompe todos los esquemas preestablecidos y pone a los llamados hoteles de mercado en entredicho, sin duda alguna volveré.

      Superb

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      what a wee gem this place is, from the parking, the very friendly staff, immaculate room, tasty brekfast and city centre location this place ticks all the boxes and puts other so called up market hotels to shame, i will definately be back.

      Smart Impressive New Hotel

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      Newly build hotel - fresh and crisp rooms. Liked the overall feeling of the lobby and bar area. Staff were friendly and trying to make sure everyone had a good level of service. The food in restaurant was good - would return. This hotel offers good value for money £60 mid week and £55 weekend.

      Terrible !!!!!

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      absolutely terrible hotel. Staff tried their best, but just overall bad service. Food disgusting, all tasted bland. Wouldn't return to this hotel at all.

      Prefer other hotels of the same brand!

      ¡¡¡¡¡Horroroso!!!!!

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      Hotel absolutamente horroroso. El personal intentó dar lo mejor de sí mismo, pero en general había sencillamente un mal servicio. Comida asquerosa, todo sabía suave. No volvería en absoluto a este hotel. ¡Prefiero otros hoteles de la misma marca!

      A bit noisy

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      Booked on Premier travel inn website, nice and easy. We arrived 3 hours later to a warm reception and quick check-in. We were directed to the 3rd floor via lift (which was sounding like the cables were dipping into a pool of water beneath and then dripping as we acended.

      The bed was high!! About 21/2 ft from the floor. But worth the climb! Clean, crisp and very comfortable.

      All amenities - tea/coffee, tv, desk etc.. Bathroom was ok, only downfall was hair in sink - yuk. soon washed away.

      Restaurant downstairs is the only one in the area open in the evening but very nice. Service was fast, although the saute potatoes were well overdone - reheats!

      The bar is adjacent and again service was prompt, however when the ice ran out there was no restocking - too busy.

      The outside noise at night was terrible, and I would not like to give a bad impression about the area, only the double glazing does little to hide the sirens whaling through the night air.

      All in all - a nice place, very close to city centre, private off road parking, good service.

      Great Hotel in City Centre

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      This is a budget hotel which is much better than most others in Belfast. Normally we try to stay in Radisson or Mal in Belfast, however everything else was booked so we choose this new hotel (only been opened 3 weeks). The room is fine, bed a little to firm for me.

      Wifi is available in all rooms and for a new budget hotel I was surprised (and pleased) to find a bath. Staff are more than friendly and extremely helpful (unusual in Belfast). We ate in the restaurant and the food was excellent. We had an excellent stay in this hotel which is one of the closest to the city centre.

      TripAdvisor Reviews Premier Inn Belfast City Centre Alfred St

      4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding
       

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