Book a hotel near Waterfront Hall

Belfast Waterfront Hall is a multi-purpose-built conference and entertainment venue built in 1997. The ICC Belfast is the new identity of the convention centre that covers conferences, exhibitions, gala dinners and banquets!

The ICC centre, where the Waterfront is located, is situated in Lanyon Place near the river Lagan. This stylish and modern centre seats 330 in the studio and 2,250 in the auditorium. The Waterfront Hall also contains many bars and restaurants, it’s simply a must visit business and tourism destination!

There are a variety of shows on in the Waterfront, such as iconic rock or pop gigs, stand-up comedy shows, theatre productions and sports shows. The hall is a key venue for the concerts performed by the Ulster Orchestra and the festival Belfast Festival at Queen’s. Notable acts that have performed here are Atomic Kitten – who recorded their album in the studio, Carrie Underwood – who played in 2013, Britian’s Got Talent auditions were held in 2014, Westlife vocalist Shane Filan played in 2017 and the BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards 2018 took place here.

The Waterfront Hall was named Best UK Conference and Incentive City Destination in 2013. There are numerous upcoming events taking place here such as: Walking on Cars, the Frozen pantomime, Sean and Conor Price, Zog – live on stage and the Whiskey Social.

Maldron Hotel Belfast City

13 minutes driving

Maldron Hotel Belfast City is a new hotel located in the heart of Belfast city, with walking distance from many shops and popular local attractions it’s perfect for that city break! It contains family-friendly accommodation with stylish, spacious and comfortable rooms that won’t break the bank!

Waterfront Hall and ICC Belfast are both a 13-minute walk from Maldron Hotel Belfast City. Public transport will get you there in approximately 6 minutes by bus routes 3a, 5a, 20, 20a, 6a, 78, 502a, 502b and G1.

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