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Benedict's of Belfast

At a Glance

    Pros

  • rooms are plain but functional and clean
  • great value dining

    Cons

  • guests have experienced late check-in due to rooms not being ready
  • some parts of hotel show wear and tear

Benedict's of Belfast Review

Friendly, lively, and convenient, Benedict's looms large on Bradbury Place—guest rooms on the second floor are bright and colorful, and have wooden floors; the carpeted rooms on the third floor are darker, with an Asian influence, simple but comfortable. All triple rooms were upgraded during 2012 in silver and gray shades. If you don't feel like straying too far from your home base for some nightlife, Benedict's has a buzzing bar and restaurant serving finely done Continental food. The restaurant's "beat the clock" promotion is a good deal: a rib-eye steak with champ potatoes and brandy sauce, for instance, is usually £14, but order it between 5:30 and 7 pm and it's only £5.50.

    Hotel Details

  • 32 rooms.
  • Rate includes breakfast.
  • Credit cards accepted.
Updated: 02-04-2013

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