The capital of Northern Ireland is nothing short of fabulous, whether you are exploring it by day or by twilight. With so much to see, a weekend may not be enough, but sightseeing during the daylight hours isn’t all you can do here. Check out some of the hotels in Belfast and stay in the proximity of all the goings on, to avoid missing out on anything.
From the rich heritage to the evening entertainment, there’s something for everyone here. Whether you plan to catch some live music at the Odyssey Arena or the Waterfront, or you prefer to head for the Grand Opera House to catch The Nutcracker, you can with ease. But, what about before (and after) the performance of choice? Here’s a quick guide to some of the restaurants, pubs and nightlife venues you should check out during your visit.
Treat yourself to a slap up fine dining meal at Deane’s that, although losing its Michelin star in 2011, still maintains a hugely high standard of service with some delicious fare. A 6 course tasting menu costs around £65, for some outstanding local produce to create inspiring dishes.
A Relaxing Pint
Bittle’s Bar on Upper Church Lane is one of the more “interesting” establishments, located near to the busy Victoria Square, and offers a wide selection of beers, ciders and an extensive whiskey collection.
Some Trendy Cocktails
Although The Apartment offers delicious culinary treats, it’s also one of the best bars for trendy cocktails and some fine drinking opportunities. With fashion and chic oozing from its very walls, you can expect a premium service here, whether you go for its cocktails or its grub.
Dancing till you Drop
Often believed to be Belfast’s most sophisticated nightclub, Ollie’s is a must for anyone who wants to dance until the early hours. With a unique ambience and opulence everywhere, you can be guaranteed of an experience to remember.
Enjoy an all-round evening of entertainment in Belfast with a city break to remember. Check out some of the great offers on accommodation, today.…