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Travelodge Belfast Central Hotel

3 star

Rooms: 90

15 Brunswick Street - Belfast - Northern Ireland - BT2 7GE - United Kingdom Hotel Website | | +44 870 1 911 687
220 Traveller

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Cheap and Cheerful
Submitted by: Emma Ridgway in 07/04/05
  • Age Group: 31 - 40
  • From: United Kingdom
  • Traveller type: Weekend Breaker
The Travelodge is situated in the heart of Belfast, approximately 5 minutes walk from the main shopping area and bus station. They have good deals available, if booking in advance rooms can cost as little as £25 a night. The rooms themselves are generally large, with tea/coffee making facilities and TV. Beds are fairly basic but comfortable nevertheless. En-suite bathrooms are a reasonable size and complimentary toiletries are provided. The hotel staff are friendly and efficient. The reception area is quite small but contains vending machines with hot/cold drinks and snacks and a seating area so is a good initial meeting point if you have arranged to see friends. The only criticism I have is regard to the luggage storage area, this is shared with the cleaners cupboard and is tiny to say the least.

Historical Traveller Reviews of Travelodge Belfast Central Hotel

irish breakfast

from gooserss
Just a quick note for the reviewer from Leeds who complained about no black or white pudding in his breakfast.
An ulster fry, which is also called an irish breakfast in the north, especially in belfast and the east of the provence, does not contain black or white pudding. An irish breakfast in S.Ireland or the west of the provence does.

Also, as one american reviewer noted, the area around the hotel - drury lane/blackstaff square, is not the red light area. It is very lively, with pubs and a homeless hostel nearby. Consquently its very noisy at night. But no ladies of the night.


from LittleCS
After arriving in Belfast on a busy Saturday night, there were almost no accommodations for our party of four. We opted to stay at the Travelodge, 2 rooms, at 99 sterling (200USD) per room, per night.

The second room we could not view, so we checked into the first room early. It was absolutely horrifying. There were smoked cigarettes still in the ashtray and the entire room was nicotine stained. The linen and carpet was filthy. The shower was unusable because the plumbing was corroded and only scalding hot water came from the shower head.

The bathroom too, was far from clean. No soaps, nothing. We did, surprisingly, find a roll of toilet paper.

At this point there were no other rooms left. We immediately canceled the other one and to my shock and dismay, it was re-let in a matter of minutes.

Did I mention the neighborhood? It's the red-light district. Prepare to be kept up all night (literally). An earlier poster mentioned noise -- that is the least of it, to put it delicately :)

t stay here if you dislike noise

from pjcasey
The rooms are OK but could use some updating. Property is fairly clean. We tried to have a drink one evening in the bar - which was open - but there was no one working there. Those things are minor. Here's the big problem. The first night we were given a room on the 2nd floor at the front of the hotel, which is directly across the street from a very popular bar/restaurant. The smoking patrons of the establishment gather on the sidewalk to smoke. When the restaurant closed at 1 a.m we thought we might finally get some sleep but then we discovered that the restaurant workers take over the sidewalk and they stayed until about 3 a.m. The next afternoon (Friday) when we returned to the hotel we could hear music from the restaurant when we were more than a block away. I asked for a different room and was given one - sixth floor, back of the hotel. It was better but the noise on that side of the hotel comes from a pub in the alley. An additional problem - the walls in that room were so thin that I kept poking my husband to stop his snoring but the snoring was coming from the room next door! I would not recommend this hotel to anyone who is bothered by noise. The property needs some soundproofing.

be very afraid

from Divil
I stayed in this KIP while in Belfast on a bussiness trip, avoid room 409 at all costs, I got to sleep at 23:30 was awoken by somebody using the door outside my room to get from one corridor to the other and if this wasnt bad enough at 05:30am i was awoken by a vibrating room (not good in a city with a past of bombings) the genius in the kitchens must have been preping up for breakfast the extraction fan sounds like it runs through the walls, I could not stomach this poor excuse any longer so I got ready and left at 07:30am for a noon appointment.

Friendly, helpful staff

from Lisa04
I needed a cheap one night stay in Belfast as was at a concert. The hotel is in an excellent city centre location and you can basically walk to anywhere from here. The room was typical of Travelodge, clean, cool, hot shower and teas/coffee. The staff here are very helpful, have lots of local information and are extremely efficient in checking in and out. The famous Crown Bar is practically next door (Belfast's oldest pub) and worth a visit for a pint.

Ok for short stay, very poor for longer stays.

from testingbhoy67
Stayed at the Travelodge for about 5 weeks during April and May

Good points:
Central location
Friendly staff
Good service

Bad Points
Rooms very basic
Rooms smell of something strange
Some en-suites smell of damp
Decor is very outdated
Constant noise from pubs/air con unit/drunks outside in square next to Travelodge
Bedsheets can sometimes feel like cardboard
Wifi connection and surfing speeds varies from rooms and different floors.

Really Not Worth It, Very Expensive, Poor Facilities

from leeds6lad
I really would consider staying in another hotel, like Jury's who provide much better rooms, cleanliness and fresh air than this place which is grubby and needs a face lift. Infact Jury's only charge £20 more per night. This place charged me £70 per night which is extortionate when you look at what they offer. I'd say the rate should be something more like £35 per night, max £40. Anyway here is a list of good and bad points
centrally located
Really pleasant and accomodating staff
Leave your baggage facility
It's clean but looks dirty because the place needs an uplift. The cleaners cant clean any more than they do.

Rooms stink
Rooms old decor
Breakfast is miserly: two tablespoons of beans, no black or white pudding and yet they claim to offer an irish breakfast: at £6 it is not worth it
No common/communal room provision
Internet (wireless) kept disconnecting (I was moved to three different rooms because the internet signal was crap)

ok if you want to spend limited time in your room

from Kalof5
Stayed at the Belfast Travel lodge for two nights whilst on business, hence only went there to sleep. Location is good - very central. Room was ok quite roomy, a bit sparse - carpet had a couple of stains, Bathroom was a bit dated but all in all clean, Take toiletries as all you get is a bar of soap. Did not have time to sample the breakfast - which is not included in the price
Would stay again if I was on business but this would not have been my choice of hotel for a weekend away.

just ok

from singo33
Just about ok, good size beds and clean room but nothing to write home about. It is central though.

Find Another Hotel!

from Penny11
We recently stayed at the Travel Lodge in Belfast for two nights (September 2006). It was terrible! We could not sleep because of the noise coming from outside! The windows did not fit properly and we could hear everything that was going on outside from the many pubs and clubs. Just as we managed to get to sleep around 3.00am, the delivery trucks woke us up at approximately 6.00 am. We ended up having to buy earplugs to drown out the noise.
The hotel staff were indifferent and not concerned at all by the gathering of alcoholic’s outside the hotel from 8.00am onwards. There is a hostel just next door to the hotel, hence the number of alcoholics who gather to drink in the square at the hotel.

Breakfast was OK. We paid £6 each for breakfast and really it was not worth the money.

My advice is pay the extra £10 and stay at another hotel. This hotel is just awful.

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City Hall This beautiful historic building is free to view inside and out and you may even get into someone's wedding snaps as its also the Registry Office.

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Other names for Travelodge Belfast Central Hotel

  • travelodge belfast
  • travel lodge belfast
  • Address: 15 Brunswick Street - Belfast - Northern Ireland - BT2 7GE - United Kingdom
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