• Hotels in Northern Ireland

Why Visit Northern Ireland

Northern Ireland really has to be visited in order to appreciate its true beauty. With some of the most stunning coastlines in Europe and such a rich culture and history to be explored.

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Maldron Hotel Belfast City

Located right in the heart of Belfast city and within walking distance of shops, restaurants and popular historic attractions, Maldron Belfast City is the perfect base when exploring the vibrant city of Belfast. The modern, family and budget-friendly accommodation come with free WiFi and access to the bar and restaurant. The hotel’s stylish and spacious rooms assure you a good night’s sleep. Maldron Belfast City also boasts four state-of-the-art meeting rooms, making it the ideal place to do business.

Maldron Hotel Belfast International Airport

Maldron Hotel Belfast International Airport is located just 50 metres from the terminal entrance of the airport, taking the hassle out of your day, with short and long-term stay packages available. The hotel includes modern, spacious and comfortable rooms with excellent outstanding service from staff paying attention to the finer things. The hotel offers not only free WiFi and a range of different dining options throughout the day, but also free parking spaces for those who are taking off at the airport. You’ll also find several golf clubs nearby.

Maldron Hotel Derry

Maldron Hotel Derry is a 4-star recently refurbished, modern hotel located right in the heart of Derry city centre. With an abundance of things to see and do right on our doorstep, Maldron Hotel Derry is the perfect base when exploring this wonderful city. Our comfortable and spacious rooms come with complimentary WiFi, free underground parking, access to the bar and restaurant as well as to the fitness suite. Relax and unwind in stylish surroundings while the friendly staff will look after all your needs.

Things to do in Northern Ireland

Experience the lively Belfast City which is the centre Northern Ireland’s endless attractions, like Titanic Belfast (the world’s largest Titanic visitor centre), the Ulster Museum, Belfast City Hall, street markets, pubs, clubs, restaurants and more – all offering the finest in local artisan produce.

Belfast International Airport is just a short bus journey from the city centre, with bus and rail links to the rest of the country.

The perfect road trip

Once you have explored the many city streets and soaked up the city atmosphere, it’s time to hit the road! There are some amazing drives, quaint villages and other attractions just waiting to be explored. Whether you are with the kids, your loved one or friends, Northern Ireland never disappoints!

The coastline is as rugged and picturesque as it gets, and the coastal communities provide an abundance of activities along the way.

The Causeway Coast features many long sandy beaches ideal for running wild! The land is dotted with castles, monastic sites, abbeys, round towers and Celtic crosses. Don’t miss the Giants Causeway – steeped in myth and legend, it’s is only UNESCO World Heritage Site in Northern Ireland.

Visit Derry City

Follow the road all the way to Derry City, one of Europe’s best preserved walled settlements. Ancient yet contemporary, this walled city maintains its deep culture and architectural heritage while also creating a year-long entertainment calendar of festivals and events. It’s a buzzing city that’s just waiting to be explored.

A visit to Northern Ireland doesn’t need to break the bank. Many of the best attractions here are free!

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