Belfast International Airport (BFS)
Airport Hotels and Accommodation
(Belfast, County Antrim, Northern Ireland, UK)
Belfast International Airport (BFS) serves millions of passengers every year, mainly to UK and Europe-wide destinations, while it also receives flights from US and Canadian cities.
Good roads make light of transfer times and driving to Belfast, while there are frequent buses and a fleet of taxis available, connecting a range of available accommodation.
Belfast: Airport Hotels and Accommodation
Several noteworthy hotels are just minutes from Belfast Airport. The modern Park Plaza Belfast is actually situated alongside the terminal buildings, within walking distance. The hotel boasts more than 100 guest rooms and a range of modern amenities.
HOTELS CLOSE TO BELFAST INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT (BFS)|
|| Km |
|Park Plaza Belfast||Belfast International Airport,|
Belfast, BT29 4ZY, Northern Ireland, UK
|Comfort Hotel||20 Dunsilly Road, County Antrim, BT41 2JH, Northern Ireland, UK||3||4.8|
|Hilton Templepatrick Hotel and Country Club||Castle Upon Est Tempel Patrice, County Antrim, BT3 90DD, Northern Ireland, UK||5||8|
Belfast: City Hotels and Accommodation
There is a surplus of excellent hotels in the city centre, located around 32 km / 20 miles south-east of Belfast International Airport (BFS). Many central hotels have comprehensive business facilities and there are also many more affordable hotels, guest houses and bed and breakfasts to boot. Accommodation in the city centre has the advantage of being close places to visit, including a host of sightseeing opportunities, restaurants and top attractions, such as the Belfast Botanical Gardens, which hosts numerous seasonal events, including outdoor concerts.
Much of the accommodation in Belfast is centred around Queen's University, which lies on the southern side of the city. Further hotels stand close to the striking Albert Memorial Clock in Queen's Square, nearby Belfast Castle at Cavehill Country Park, and throughout the historic Cathedral Quarter area, which has recently been redeveloped and renovated.
A number of hotels are also close to Belfast's enormous dry dock, which is dominated by tall cranes and perhaps most famous for building the Titanic. A wealth of accommodation can also be found in the many suburbs of Belfast, which are clearly segregated and appear as towns and villages in their own right.