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Benedicts of Belfast
Bradbury Place
Belfast
Belfast

BT7 1RQ

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Welcome to Benedicts of Belfast an ultra trendy 3 star boutique style hotel. The award winning hotel boasts Executive rooms with a spa bath together with a selection of standard double and twin rooms. All rooms are fully en-suite and have a fast, free, broadband wi-fi facility. Executive rooms have large wide-screen plasma televisions. All the bedrooms benefit from freeview television with optional pay-per-view channel facilities. Each individual room is finished to the highest standards featuring feather topped luxurious mattresses and 600 thread Egyptian cotton linen. Benedicts has a spacious themed bar packed with a mature cosmopolitan crowd enjoying live music and top DJs with a late licence every night.The popular first floor restaurant is widely renowned as one of the the city's busiest and most popular (reservations are recommended) and serves a wide variety of world cuisine. Check the restaurant section for details of our famous "Beat the Clock" offer available 7 nights per week between 5.30pm-7.00pm. Located at the heart of the action in Bradbury Place, off Shaftesbury Square, Benedicts has easy access to all Belfast has to offer. Benedicts offers first class entertainment and dining and with overnight accommodation it's easy to see why this city centre hotel is so popular with both locals and visitors alike.

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