Belfast: Deluxe Room for Two with Breakfast and Option for Two-Course Dinner at Clayton Hotel Belfast
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Belfast: Deluxe Room for Two with Breakfast and Option for Two-Course Dinner at Clayton Hotel Belfast @ Clayton Hotel Belfast

The HotelThe family-friendly Clayton Hotel Belfast holds an enviable location in Belfast city centre. It is just a stone’s throw away from Titanic Belfast and The Waterfront Belfast and close to numerous shopping hot spots, dining venues, and entertainment hubs.Sleek and contemporary, the rooms come with flat-screen TVs, ironing facilities, hot drink-making amenities, as well as spacious beds with fluffy pillows and duvets for a good night’s sleep.When in the mood for trying the local fare, guests can head to the Avenue 22 restaurant on site. Thanks to the floor-to-ceiling windows, the restaurant also makes for a great place to take in the views of the Linen Quarter.Fitness buffs can keep up with their routine thanks to the on-site health centre with a pool and a gym.Groupon’s Guide To BelfastKnown as the economic engine of Northern Ireland, Belfast is a cosmopolitan city combining a rich heritage with contemporary perks. Once home to the Irish linen industry and the famous Harland and Wolff shipbuilders, Belfast is one of the most visited cities in Europe, boasting over 8 million visitors every year.Guests can get a breath of fresh air with a stroll through the large number of parks and open spaces, while history enthusiasts may visit several historic sites, such as the 19th-century Albert Memorial Clock or the famous Stormont Castle, the main meeting place of the country’s Executive. A short walk from The River Lagan and the Waterfront Hall, shoppers may find plenty of opportunities to buy traditional Irish products at St George’s Market, the last surviving Victorian covered market in Belfast. Dining options are enriched by traditional bars where guests may enjoy the local ales and wines, while the restaurants offer a wide variety of Irish specialties, including the well-known Irish stew, a famous dish dating back to the 19th century, made from lamb or mutton as well as potatoes, onions, and parsley.

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