Radisson Blu Hotel Belfast
4 4 Star:
Per Person Per Night
Sleek, stylish and superbly situated, the Radisson Blu Hotel Belfast has everything you need for a fantastic break in the vibrant and bustling city of Belfast. Located right in the heart of the city centre you will be within walking distance of all the fantastic shops, sights and sounds, yet still enjoy a peaceful and relaxing respite at the Radisson Blu Hotel Belfast.
In the guest rooms, design and comfort has been taken to a new level with 2 options to choose from at the Radisson Blu Hotel Belfast. First there are the cool Nordic rooms with blue and pale wood decor and then there are the funky Urban rooms with vibrant red and dark wood decor.
Whichever you choose, at the Radisson Blu Hotel Belfast one thing is for sure you will be in the lap of luxury. Each hotel room boasts floor to ceiling windows, a large bed, elegant en-suite bathroom and first rate amenities such as air-conditioning, free WiFi internet and TV.
The fine choices continue in the Radisson Blu Hotel Belfast’s Filini Restaurant, which has a fantastic menu of Italian inspired dishes that are utterly exquisite. Follow your mouth-watering meal with a relaxed drink in the hotel's trendy and chilled out bar.
The hotel offers free weekend car parking to guests, this works for stays Fri-Sun; stays outside these days will receive 50% discounts on parking.
Hotel Facilities & Services
- Total Floors Number: 8
- Total Rooms Number: 120
- Non-Smoking throughout the hotel
- 24 hour front desk
- Lift to all Floors
- Air Conditioned Public Areas
- Multilingual Staff
- Concierge Desk
- Tea and Coffee Making Facilities
- Internet Access
- Air Conditioning
- Mini bar
- Room Service 24hr: Yes
- In Room Safe
- Non Smoking Rooms
- Direct Dial Telephone
- Iron/Ironing Board
- Trouser Press
- Housekeeping (daily)
- Sofa Beds Adults: Yes
- Parking at Hotel Cost: £9.75 Per 24 Hours
- Name: CENTRAL STATION
- Distance: 1 kilometre
- Name: George Best International Airport
- Distance: 4 miles
- Cots/Cribs Free: No
- Interconnecting Rooms
Bar and Restaurant
Breakfast served from
- Saturday/Sunday: 07:00
- Monday to Friday: 06:30
Breakfast served to
- Saturday/Sunday: 11:00
- Monday to Friday: 10:00
- Bar in Hotel
- Restaurant in hotel
- Children's Menu available
- Highchairs available
- Guide dogs only
- Nearest Rail Name: Central Station Distance: 1 kilometre
- Nearest Airport Name: George Best International Airport Distance: 4 miles
To view our full selection of accommodation in Belfast City, view our hotels in Belfast City page.
TripAdvisor Traveller Rating
- Overall: based on 1348 reviews
- Sleep Quality:
An enjoyable weekend stay.
Stay Date: 11/2016, Alison G wrote this review.
All the staff we encountered were welcoming and friendly. The hotel décor was contemporary and modern. Our room (404) was of good proportions with a nice view. The breakfast service was great with lots to choose from as was the bar service in the eve… See more
All the staff we encountered were welcoming and friendly. The hotel décor was contemporary and modern. Our room (404) was of good proportions with a nice view. The breakfast service was great with lots to choose from as was the bar service in the evening. We enjoyed a two night comfortable stay where there were no disruptions at all. The reception staff were particularly helpful arranging taxis for us and offering directions and recommending local attractions - thank you! Collapse
Nice Hotel in a Pleasant Location 15 Minutes from Belfast City Centre
Stay Date: 11/2016, johnToncent wrote this review.
We had booked three rooms for single people, all we're comfortable double rooms with en-suite bathrooms. We did not eat at the hotel apart from having breakfast. This was a buffet with cooked and cold buffet. The cooked food was not as hot as it shou… See more
We had booked three rooms for single people, all we're comfortable double rooms with en-suite bathrooms. We did not eat at the hotel apart from having breakfast. This was a buffet with cooked and cold buffet. The cooked food was not as hot as it should be. Tea and coffee was brought to the table. It was served in mugs on some days rather than cups ? The hotel was a 15 minute walk from the centre of Belfast in a redeveloped area called 'The Gasworks'. If you are not used to walking, you would need to take a taxi to and from the hotel. Staff were always pleasant and welcoming. Collapse
A disappointment at best. The highlights included being sworn at and having beer thrown on us
Stay Date: 11/2016, Annabel S wrote this review.
To whom it may concern, My boyfriend, Simon, and I have just returned from a one night stay (Sunday 27th November) in your establishment. The trip to Belfast in order to attend a Biffy Clyro concert was a birthday gift from myself and we had been exc… See more
To whom it may concern, My boyfriend, Simon, and I have just returned from a one night stay (Sunday 27th November) in your establishment. The trip to Belfast in order to attend a Biffy Clyro concert was a birthday gift from myself and we had been excited about it for months. Unfortunately we found it to be a nightmare rather than the getaway I had intended. Prior to arrival I had requested early check-in, however, upon arrival (11.30am) it was not possible for us to access the room as the previous guests were yet to have checked out (with check-out not being until 12pm) and the room still needed to be cleaned once they had left. This was completely understandable. The gentleman at reception informed me that the room should be ready by 2pm and kindly offered to ring me when it was available. I thought it strange that it would take 2 hours to clean the room after the previous guests had checked out as surely, since we had already arrived, they could have prioritised the cleaning of our room but I was still grateful that he would let me know when it was ready, should that be any sooner. My boyfriend and I then proceeded to the hotel bar where we ordered 2 cups of tea. At over £5 for some boiling water and a tea bag, and in such an establishment as yours (where I was paying almost £150 for a room, and know that some people are paying much more) you would have hoped what we experienced next wouldn’t happen: the woman behind the counter brought over two empty tea cups and a pot of tea – no teaspoons, milk or sugar. When I requested milk she responded informing us that they had no milk jugs and brought over the entire carton, appearing surprised when I moved to give her space to pour it into the cup. She then retreated from the table without even glancing at Simon who too had not been provided with any milk. She did, begrudgingly, bring the milk back when we pointed this out to her before returning once more to the bar. We then pointed out that there was no sugar or teaspoons. She replied with “It’s been one of those days” and brought us one teaspoon because apparently, in the entire restaurant, that was all there was. Simon had requested when we ordered the teas that they turned on the television in order to watch the Formula One, and, once we had shared our one teaspoon and been through the whole “tea ordeal”, he reminded her of this to which she exclaimed “S**t, I forgot”. As I’m sure you can imagine, we were quite taken aback. At 1.30pm I decided to head back to reception to see whether or not the room might be ready despite having not been contacted by reception to say so. It turned out the room was vacant by that time, at which point it became quite apparent that the aforementioned phone call was never going to take place. The man at reception completed the entire transaction whilst on the telephone, only putting the customer on hold to point me towards the escalator. I felt alienated by this but took our keys and headed up to the room (room 602) regardless. The room itself was beautiful but our troubles didn’t end here. Simon decided to order room service but, having rang to order a pizza, he was told that they were “completely out of pizzas” and that he needed to choose something else. Again, we were surprised by this wondering how they could have let their stock run so low that they ran out, but he went on to choose the bolognaise and a bottle of the Belfast Ale. When the gentleman arrived at the door shortly after, he proceeded to spill the entire bottle on the floor of the hotel room as well as on Simon himself. We understand that accidents happen but after the experiences that we’d already had it was just another thing to add to the list of disappointments that day. A couple of hours later Simon suffered from a bout of, what appeared to be, food poising. Unable to leave the bathroom, we could not attend the concert that had brought us there in the first place. Having eaten the exact same dinner the night before and breakfast that morning as me, and nothing else since then, I do not know how else he could have contracted the illness but from the bolognaise he ordered. When we checked out of the hotel we intended to raise these issues, however, at reception we were once again served by someone who spent the entire time on the phone to another customer – putting that customer on hold only to charge us for the room service that had prevented us from seeing the concert we had been so looking forward to and put Simon through a lot of discomfort. At 18, paying for flights, concert tickets and a hotel the calibre as yours, I’m sure you can imagine how long I have had to save for this and how special and important it was to me. I certainly will not be booking the Radisson hotel in the near or distant future. Annabel Stevens Collapse
Stay Date: 11/2016, Eimear L wrote this review.
Absolutely fantastic hotel. Rooms were clean, warm and very roomy. Gemma at the front desk was fantastic help she is a credit to the hotel. Very central only cost us £5 in a taxi to get to all the local pubs which the hotel kindly sorted us out with … See more
Absolutely fantastic hotel. Rooms were clean, warm and very roomy. Gemma at the front desk was fantastic help she is a credit to the hotel. Very central only cost us £5 in a taxi to get to all the local pubs which the hotel kindly sorted us out with directions and recommendations of a night out. Would definitely stay here again when coming to Belfast Collapse
Stay Date: 10/2016, Shane D wrote this review.
Was very happy with the stay, would recommend very nice rooms and view over Belfast on the top floor great city location in the city centre near lots of great shops and pubs, the facility's in the hotel are also very modern
Was very happy with the stay, would recommend very nice rooms and view over Belfast on the top floor great city location in the city centre near lots of great shops and pubs, the facility's in the hotel are also very modern Collapse
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