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Hilton Belfast
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Reviewed 25 January 2013

Stayed here nye reception staff professional and speedy checkin hilton honnors.our room was king and usual hilton style.only downside was the shower over the bath always prefer seperate. Everything was very clean fluffy towels etc.good heating system in hilton rooms as weather was freezing we needed it. We had meal in the restaurant which was very nice expensive but we have a discount card .cocktails in the bar were a let down plenty of alchol just no idea of decoration said to one of the barmen he took it away and he put 2 short black straws and small piece of lime on the rim!! unreal they would need some training !
Breakfast was the usual hilton feast plenty of choice and eggs cooked fresh any way you want .alot of young staff on and not alot of organization im all for giving local people jobs but the belfast slang should be toned down when the staff were talking loudly to each other. Hotel would just need to sort out the small things and not let standards slip or they will lose customers as there are plenty of hotels to choose from in belfast.

  • Stayed: December 2012, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 25 January 2013

I've always enjoyed my stays here. I find Hilton hotels consistently reward "loyal guests" more than they need to; or even simply staying an entire week will often result in a free upgrade. On this occasion I was given a very large suite, which of course enhanced the stay.

Check-in was very pleasant and efficient, the room was wonderful, the (room service) food was excellent, breakfast is of a very high standard and in a lovely bright setting along the waterfront.

For me personally, the only let-down is the fitness centre and the lack of any pool or sauna - however there is wonderful jogging to be done from right outside the hotel. It isn't located right in the heart of Belfast, but town is within walking distance. It is though ideally located for both the Waterfront and Odyssey venues.

  • Stayed: December 2012, travelled on business
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Reviewed 25 January 2013

Hopeless restaurant staff who bring starters and main at the same time. Ovcerpriced wine £9 a glass (unless you want the dishwater that is the house wine)! Limited menu and nothing healthy on there

Gym - may as well not bother!

  • Stayed: January 2013, travelled on business
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Reviewed 21 January 2013

Hi There, we spent a night here the weekend prior to Xmas. This allowed me to attend the Snow Patrol session in the next door waterfront hall, while everyone else went shopping!

It was a great stay, we got 2 rooms on the top floor - one twin and one king. When we first openned the door of the twin room, it was still set up as a double, but the housekeeping Team had it changed in 20 mins - brilliant!

In the meantime we waited in the executive lounge (yeap, diamond member!) which has fab views over the city.

The rooms were great, very clean and also had excellent views. The staff without exception were polite and helpful.

We ate twice in the hotel, once in the bar, which was very expensive (no surprises there), but was fit for purpose.

Breakfast was typically good, rarely fails!

All in all, highly recommended - no doubt we'll be back again!

Room Tip: If you can, get a room on the toop floors, and gain access to the exec lounge - Chilled beer tastes great in there!
  • Stayed: December 2012, travelled with family
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Thank Beckinhill
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Reviewed 16 January 2013

We stayed at this hotel on a day trip to Belfast. We got two rooms, one for us, one for the kids, with adjoining doors. The dinner in the restaurant downstairs was top notch, gourmet quality with a great taste of Ireland. The rooms were spotless, well equipped, even a teapot (not just a cheap coffee pot) that was welcome after a trip on a bus. Concierge service was friendly, and didn't just direct us to the tourist traps, but asked questions to find out what we were interested in. We had a river view, very pretty at night. All in all, a great stay with a great breakfast!

Room Tip: Try to get a river view.
  • Stayed: December 2012, travelled with family
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Thank Lilismama
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