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Hotels in Central Church, Belfast (1 OYO)

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OYO Avenue House
OYO Avenue House
OYO Avenue House
OYO Avenue House
OYO Avenue House

OYO Avenue House

23 Eglantine Avenue, Belfast, BT9 6DW· 1.9 km
3.9 (5 Ratings)·Good
Twin Single Bed
Twin Single Bed
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Standard Double Room
£57£10344% off
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About Central Church, Belfast

The capital city of Northern Ireland, Belfast is best known as the birthplace of the ill-fated ocean liner, RMS Titanic. Beyond that, even though Belfast is largely unexplored, it is among the most beautiful places in the world. The city boasts of splendid architecture, scenic natural beauty, vibrant markets, and amazing restaurants. 

One of the most historic churches in the region, Belfast Central Church is a must-visit during your trip. Known for its architecture and blissful surroundings, Central Church is thronged by hundreds of people every day. Some of the most popular places to visit around this area are-

  • Belfast City Hall - This is one of the most iconic buildings in the city with a beautiful gallery. There are public tours of the City Halls that give an insight into the history of the city. At night, the City Hall illuminates with lights, making it a sight to behold. OYO Avenue House near Belfast City Hall is a great accommodation option that will enhance the overall experience of your trip.

  • Titanic Belfast - A major landmark of the city, Titanic Belfast is the building that honours the maritime history of the city. It is said that this is the exact place where the doomed ocean liner, Titanic, was built. Titanic Belfast offers guided tours and interactive exhibitions for a better understanding of the city’s history. The prime highlight of Titanic Belfast is the SS Nomadic ocean liner. 
  • The Ulster Museum - A five-floor heaven for all the art and history lovers, the Ulster Museum is one of the major attractions of Belfast. This majestic museum houses an extensive collection of local artefacts and historic objects that glorify the history of the city.

  • St George’s Market - This is one of the best markets in the city that is flocked by locals and tourists alike. Here, you can explore several small stalls selling great-quality food products. You can also buy some of the most amazing artefacts, handicrafts, and other regional souvenirs from the various craft stores all around the market.

Must-try dishes in Belfast

A trip to Belfast will remain incomplete without trying the delectable dishes of the city. Belfast is lined with several restaurants that serve food from all over the world. If you are a seafood lover, pay a visit to Fish City and try their mouth-watering variety of seafood and meat dishes. Sawers is another must-visit place serving amazing salads, bagels, curry and lasagna. You can also head to Clements cafes to grab some delicious homemade soups, paninis, ciabattas and traybakes.

Best Accommodation Around Central Church, Belfast

OYO Hotels UK offers some of the best accommodation options in Belfast. Equipped with all essential amenities including spacious rooms, attached bathrooms, TV, AC, free wi-fi, and 24/7 check-ins, these hotels ensure that your stay is comfortable and hassle-free. OYO Hotels around Central Church, Belfast are located at short distances from the major attractions of the city making them an ideal choice for your stay during your trip.

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