The Radisson Blu Belfast hotel is nestled along the banks of the River Lagan, in the redeveloped green space of the historic 19th-century Gasworks area of the City. The Radisson Blu offers you a quiet yet convenient base to explore the bustling city and its many attractions, such as Titanic Belfast and Victoria Square. Contemporary guest rooms and suites sport striking design and modern amenities. Additionally, sophisticated dining options, concierge services and versatile event space ensure that both business and leisure travellers will enjoy a relaxing stay.
Polished design and contemporary furnishings blend to create a relaxing space at this city centre accommodation. Belfast guests enjoy Nordic-style rooms with calm blue tones illuminated by natural light or urban-style rooms of warm colours and dark woods.
All Guestrooms Feature:
- Free Wi-Fi Internet
- Tea & Coffee Hospitality Tray
- Gourmet Biscuits upon Arrival
- In-Room Safe
- On-Demand TV
Step inside Filini Restaurant to savour authentic Mediterranean dishes and robust wines along with a captivating view of the Gasworks Plaza and Fountains. Clean-lined design and warm wood finishes create a relaxed environment to enjoy classics like veal saltimbocca and pasta carbonara. For ease, a Rapido Menu is available every evening.
Gasworks Bar & Café:
Relaxed and inviting, Gasworks Bar & Café offers an ideal spot for a drink and casual meal. Fresh, hot burgers, pizzas and sandwiches stand alongside speciality coffees and breakfast favourites. Enjoy one of our many classic and inventive cocktails. Relax on our terrace, which is complete with a water feature, or gather around the open fireplace and lift a glass to smiling Irish eyes.
On the Map: Belfast, the capital of Northern Ireland, is located in the northeastern corner of the country in County Antrim. Belfast is well served by a network of good roads, including the M1 motorway from Dublin City.
Approximately one third of the population of Northern Ireland – about half a million people – live in Belfast. It’s setting is very attractive, nestling in a semicircle of hills, where the River Langan enters Belfast Lough. The city got it’s name from Beile Feirst “the mouth of the sandy ford” – and was founded in 1177 when the Anglo-Normans built a castle here. It began to really expand in the 17th century with the development of the local linen and shipbuilding industries (the Titanic was built here). Sights to see in Belfast City, the Belfast City Hall, built of Portland stone in Classical Renaissance style, dominates the city center. The Linen Hall Library, founded in 1788 is an absolute delight, a cultural centre with exhibitions, a Theater & Performing Arts Archive and a Genealogy and Heraldry collection. Away from the city center you have the Ulster Museum in the Botanic Gardens, near Queens University which has miles of galleries and exhibitions. This lively and friendly city, with historic buildings standing side-by-side with modern creations is a delight not to be missed.