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"Did the job"
Stayed at the Malmaison over the World Police & Fire Games a couple of summers ago and the place was absolutely charming. Breakfast was great, room was spacious, slightly too dark for my taste but, full of every possible comfort. Service was great, nothing too much trouble and always a smile. Is not a luxury environment but absolutely friendly and efficient. 20 minutes from the airport and great central location, would defenetely go back for the Women Rugby world cup this summer.
"Nice hotel but let down on a couple of points"
Nice comfortable hotel in a central location in Belfast, but let down by a couple of points. Parking might not be the problem I found it to be, I had written in my booking asking for details on parking, but nothing was sent before I got there. So, looking on line I found that there is no dedicated parking but plenty of nearby - relatively cheap overnight public car parks. The parking charges are better than a hotel would charge, but you still have to end up dragging the suitcase along the road. Although the hotel is comfortable (best hotel bed I've had in a while actually) the place is gloomy - by design I mean! It is darkly decorated and low lighting levels making it - well gloomy. It really doesn't help my late 50s deteriorating vision when trying to read a menu! Lastly, quick grumble about the seating in the bar. Didn't want a full meal so chose to eat in the bar, but there was no seating at tables where this is comfortable. All big bucket seats and couches with low coffee tables. But the food was good, which is the main thing I suppose. On balance, I will probably try a different hotel next time, although that bed is tempting . . .
My wife and i spent two nights at Malmaison Belfast, would recommend this hotel with a few buts First the positives, really central especially for Victoria Square and city centre, big spacious bedroom with really comfortable bed , pillows etc although room needs more lighting Food really good and service excellent and helpful, car parking adjacent to hotel Negatives, first room not ready on arrival, checkin from 3 pm but our room not ready until approx 4,30pm , not good enough as we had to change our plans for the day Also background music in bar is dance rave type music and like other hotels should be middle of road music to suit all tastes Overall good hotel but needs adjustments as mentioned Martin
"Last night in Belfast"
Seen this hotel on our travels in Belfast, and my wife wanted to stay here on our last night, because she like the look of the place. . . lol. The Hotel looks the part from the outside, a distinguished building from the past, with its period windows and roof. Inside, it very modern, with plush carpets and furnishings. Our room was on the front of the building, with slight traffic noise, but it did have double glazed units on all windows. The room was modern, with a good size bathroom, with all the usual items you need for your stay. There was a fridge full of expensive drinks, and a kettle to make your tear or coffee. Crisps, chocolate also supplied at a ridiculous price. But like me, you wouldn't bother to indulge in such extravagance. Lighting is a very low in the whole building at night including the rooms and restaurant, I know its to add to the mood of the place, just seemed a little strange at first. But in all, the place is, as you would expect for the price, very nice and well placed in the city centre. I would stay here again, if given the chance.
"Hotel needs updating"
Great location, altho hotel is dated and gurby. In the bar seats had to be rubbed off before sitting down. In the room, carpet was all stained and overall gurby. We also had no hot water after we returned from dinner. No feeling of luxury from this hotel what so ever.
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Check-in: 3:00 PM , Check-out: 12:00 PM