Stormont Hotel Belfast (Belfast)


Stormont Hotel Belfast (Belfast)
Stormont Hotel Belfast

country: United Kingdom, city: Belfast (Eastern Part)

Stormont Hotel Belfast Stormont Hotel BelfastSituated in the leafy suburbs of Belfast, overlooking the landscaped gardens of Stormont Castle, the Stormont Hotel is only four miles from Belfast city centre. The hotel is 15 minutes drive from major motorways, and air, ferry and rail terminals. Renowned for its professionalism, the Stormont hotel has 109 bedrooms. Guests can enjoy contemporary dining in the new Shiraz Restaurant or the cosmopolitan atmosphere of La Scala bistro, or simply relax in the recently refurbished lounge and reception area by the log burning fire. Leisure facilities, the spectacular scenery of the Ards Peninsula and County Down, and over 20 golf courses are all close at hand.

Hotel Facilities:Room Facilities:
Conference facilities
Disabled facilities
Gymnasium
Laundry facilities
Non-smoking rooms
Reception
Restaurant
Room service
Squash court
Tennis court
Cable / Satellite TV
Hairdryer
Tea and coffee making facilities
Telephone
Television

Extra Information:
Belfast City Centre:4 miles East
Belfast International Airport:20 miles
Belfast City Airport:3 miles
Ferry Terminal:3 miles

Address:
587 Upper Newtownards Road
County Down Belfast BT4 3LP
Northern Ireland


International hotels. — Academic. 2010.

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