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went for a meal on saturday night service was a bit slow but the 2young guys made up for it they where very freindly and give a great service didnt stay over just went in for a meal with friends very nicely decorated and very clean !!
My husband booked a surprise weekend away in Belfast and this is the hotel he chose. It's very quirky and quite luxurious. The room was a decent size as was the bathroom. We loved the novelty shampoo, soap, etc. which had quirky writing on the tubes. The breakfast was very good and well presented. Staff were friendly and helpful. The location was ideal as it was a short distance from most attractions.
"Good location but in need of a refurb"
Centrally located to get to the Titanic, shops and even Ulster museum by foot. Usual Malmaison quirkiness but looked a bit tired (breakfast menus were scruffy, carpets had seen better days, window a real struggle to open/close). But bed very comfy, usual Malmaison accompaniments. For the price I was hoping for a bit more quality. Near busy roads so not that quiet. Good wifi. Staff all very friendly and helpful.
"Not as nice as I expected"
We booked this place following The Lonely Planet guide's advice, but we were disappointed by the hotel compared to the price of the room. The style is low-lit. Some like it, some don't. It feels a bit sad, especially with the low ceilings. We had a shower in a big but cold and empty bathroom (made for disabled people, which we are not). The mattress is quite hard, not continental standards (springs). I hate those. The beddings were nice though, the pillows too. What really bugged me was the fact that our room was right in front of the maid's "station", since towels and room necessaries stood there all day, on the floor, which doesn't look too good, but the worst was the NOISE the maid made speaking, laughing with colleagues, yelling sometimes...all afternoon long. I was tired and wanted a nap, but had to put the TV loud to try and forget about them. Breakfast was good too, but cost £15... We were offered 2 cocktails at the bar, which were nice, for paying the breakfast. I guess it's not a bad place, but in terms of what you get for the money, it was the worst place of all hotels we stayed in throughout our stay.
"Sunday Stopover, absolute luxury at a fraction of the normal price."
Booked the Sunday Stopover in the Samson (or possibly Goliath) suite. Named after the famous Harland and Wolfe cranes in Belfast docklands. Very cheap for the one night in such a nice suite. Had a pool table in it, a giant bed, big TV, underfloor heating, roaring fire...the list goes on. Staff were even kind enough to place the bottle of Prosecco I bought into a bucket of ice for us. The bistro food, which came with the deal was delicious. The plan was to go out on the town, but the room was so nice that we ended up staying in to make the most of it. Overall: A brilliant deal (Sunday Stopover) excellent food and pure luxury.
Credit cards accepted by the hotel: Visa - MasterCard
Check-in: 3:00 PM , Check-out: 12:00 PM