A Guide to Belfast City


A Guide to Belfast City

Travel restrictions are easing, and it's now time to think about where your next adventure will be. Belfast has it all; a quiet corner to sit and read a book or lively bars and restaurants that will keep you entertained, from dusk 'til dawn. Our spacious serviced apartments in Belfast are located throughout the city, with over 100 units in five central locations. If you are thinking of staying in Belfast, why not read our quick travel guide before setting off

Where to drink 

Crown Saloon 

The National Trust owns and maintains this stunning location, which tourists have visited since 1885. The Crown Saloon is a statement of Belfast and its past, with comfortable snugs, stained glass, and a diverse variety of authentic ales and gins.

Duke of York

Prepare to be welcomed by the people and taken away into an authentic Irish experience. Choose from a wide range of Whiskeys and listen to live music while admiring the vast collection of memorabilia and original antiques from Belfast's history that line the bar walls. This place is a true find.

The Merchant Hotel 

The Merchant Hotel was the refurbished product of the former Ulster Bank and is located in the heart of the Cathedral Quarter. It is regarded as one of the greatest hotels in the world for drinks because it is quirky, beautiful, and quite intimate.

Where to dine 


This Michelin Star Restaurant, which overlooks the River Lagan, serves a delectable seasonally modified cuisine, with each flavour perfectly complementing the next. We recommend checking out the lunch menu, which includes three meals for £20! Excellent meal and service at a surprisingly low price.

Deanes at Queens

After touring Queen's Quarter or the Botanical Gardens, this is the ideal destination for breakfast or lunch. The cuisine, as well as the stylish décor and impeccable service, are all outstanding.

If you are a massive lover of bread, this is the place to go. The bread in Ireland, especially at Deanes, is warm, soft, and delectable. There's just something about Irish bread that elevates it to another level.

The best things to do 

Belfast Food Tours

Take a grand tour of Belfast with one of the cities finest tour guides. They will share their knowledge and show you around the city's top locations. Gather your friends and go on a culinary and beverage tour of the meals and drinks that Northern Ireland is so proud to provide.

Black Cab Tour

With a Blue Badge Guide (highest quality and level of knowledge), the tour guides are all top-notch and good 'craic'. They will take you on a tour of the city and show you around. This is a fantastic way to gain your bearings in the city, and if you're interested in history, expect to be astounded by your driver's expertise!

Belfast's various "Quarters" (neighbourhoods) will enchant you with its unique style and character, whether you are in this ancient city for business, studies, or a holiday with family and friends. Book your stay at our serviced apartments in Belfast City Centre. You won't regret it!

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