Meeting Rooms and Venues in Belfast
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32,00 €
15 - 550
Full-day package
4

This four star Belfast city hotel is perfectly located within the Linen Quarter of Belfast city centre, ideal for visiting the Titanic Exhibition,

Full-day package
28,00 €
15 - 550
Half-day package
4

This four star Belfast city hotel is perfectly located within the Linen Quarter of Belfast city centre, ideal for visiting the Titanic Exhibition,

Half-day package
£0.00
5 - 150
Full-day package
3

Located in the heart of Belfast near the newly re-opened Ulster Hall, Belfast City Hall, Golden Mile, Belfast Waterfront Hall, Grand Opera House an

Full-day package
£0.00
10 - 300
Half-day package
4
Half-day package
£0.00
5 - 150
Half-day package
4

Found in the revitalised Gasworks area, the Radisson Blu Hotel, Belfast combines the relaxation of a riverside holiday with the excitement of a tri

Half-day package
£0.00
10 - 300
Full-day package
4
Full-day package

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If you are in a search of a one-of-a-kind meeting venue, believe our word when we say there is no other place as Belfast. And if you think we are bending the truth, go check it out for yourself! In case you have some business associates or clients to impress, we are certain you can't find a meeting venue similar to Titanic Belfast, world’s largest Titanic visitor experience that uncovers the story behind the creation of the legendary liner right from where it started.

The liner that marked the marine history with the immense tragedy, was created by the Harland and Wolff shipyard in Belfast. Right behind the museum, in the Titanic Quarter, you can see the massive slipways where the Titanic was built. The attraction earns the Travellers’ Choice Award for Museums, taking its spot in the group among nine other best museums in the world. The six-floor building with angular complex will welcome you in its interactive galleries and impressive business venues.

 

UK’s Top Creative Hub

 

Slowly but surely, Belfast is eliminating the reputation of a city with a deep-rooted civil conflict. The Northern Ireland capital that once played a major role in the Industrial Revolution and was the home of the world’s biggest shipyard is earning a new name of a world-class, cultural city. Take a tour around the city’s stunning murals that perfectly portray not only the Irish but world’s history as well. Hire a meeting room from Malone Lodge Hotel & Apartments or Ramada Plaza Belfast and get spoiled by the choice of meeting and conference rooms.

If you are a Game of Thrones devotee and have some spare time, you shouldn’t miss a tour around the places where the series were filmed. They are within reach of Belfast and will stun you with the untouched beauty of nature and breathtaking views that are hard to describe. It will definitely be the highlight of your visit.

 

Places to Visit for Free

 

Belfast enjoys a name of being a cheap city, or at least being way cheaper than London and Dublin. But in case you are on a shoestring, you can always visit the city’s free amenities. You won’t regret spending a few hours browsing spectacular collection of artefacts in the Armada Room, or the 2500-year-old Egyptian mummy, Princess Takabuti in the Egyptian room.

If you are into art, don’t miss a visit to the city’s galleries. The Golden Thread Gallery includes artwork by local and international artists, Malone House will introduce you to its majestic gardens, offering free exhibitions and a couple of pieces of public art set in an idyllic surroundings. If you are a nature lover, visit the Botanic Gardens and Barnett Demesne and enjoy their outstanding beauty. All the book lovers should check out Linen Hall Library, the oldest library in Belfast, over 225 years old. It holds many valuable collections, many interesting events and exhibitions where you can relish the beauty of literature.

 

Blend with the Locals

 

With a great level of hospitality, the city’s locals will have you in their bars and pubs like you're one of them. With a long history and many difficulties behind, the locals either love or hate the city. Don’t be surprised if your conversation flows in storytelling about the city’s history. The locals will make sure you know about good old Belfast more than you've ever expected. Book a meeting room from Radisson Blu Hotel Belfast or The Fitzwilliam Belfast at the city centre. After your meeting chill out in the city’s most famous, 19th century bar, Crown Liquor Saloon and admire the decoration while savouring a pint of beer.

Getting Around Belfast

 

Getting in Belfast won't give you a headache. The city has probably most transport methods available than any other city. It has two airports, George Best Belfast City Airport which is closer to the city centre and Belfast International Airport that offers more international destinations. You can also get in the city by train, bus, by car, and by boat.

Belfast's city centre can be explored by foot. The city has an urban bus network with major bus routes passing through Donegal Square, and are expensive.  For those with limited time, there are many great city bus tours to see the major sights in the city, especially the past troubled neighbourhoods. A tip: Locals consider bus sightseeing tours as strange because of the city's troubled history, so give it a second thought before you take the tour.

A great option to explore the city is to take the famous Black Taxi tours, an original way to see the city's history. Hire a meeting room from Madison’s Hotel and easily arrange your Black Taxi tour.

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