Premier Inn Belfast City Cathedral Quarter
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TravelPod Member ReviewsPremier Inn Belfast City Cathedral Quarter
Although a standard, basic hotel room without much character to recommend it, it was pretty good value for the price. Very convenient location on Waring Street near cool restaurants and pubs - definitely my preference over the other branches. The room was clean and modern. Wifi NOT included though (would have given an extra star if it was).
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