|"Great Staff and nice communal areas."||(in 428 reviews)|
|"Very friendly loved the pool."||(in 88 reviews)|
|"Staff were very helpful and friendly!"||(in 54 reviews)|
|"Pool changing areas were smelly"||(in 56 reviews)|
|"The single beds are very narrow."||(in 7 reviews)|
Rooms were clean and tidy. Staff were good. Breakfast was ok too.
I got a room in the 3rd floor which was noisy for traffic. The toilet was noisy too. I only stayed for 2 nights and would have made more of an issue of it had I been staying for longer. The room rate was at the top end when compared with their local competitors (the Europa / The Fitzwilliam) etc) so I will consider them when returning to Belfast. Even so it’s still a good hotel but no longer my first port of call
Location, size of room,cleanliness of room
Stingy supply of tea,coffee etc,what was there was poor quality. Pool not organised i.e. Could have done with extra lane for swimmers,away from lessons. Spinner in changing room would have been appreciated. Cost of drinks in bar.
Being within walking distance to the shops as this was a Christmas shopping trip.
Nothing, liked everything
I Liked the fact the Hotel was not too close and not too far from the shopping centre and the main square.
The only thing i didnt like was the quality of food been served during evening meal.
Carpets in hallways and dining area were dirty.
Very good breakfast. It is in a strategic position in the very center of Belfast. Nice and clean the relax area (pool, jacuzzi, turkish bath)
the staff was not very friendly, they speak fast and with a strange accent, difficult to be understood. The internet costs a lot 3£ / 1 h.
I had booked for a non smoking room and was allocated a smoking room. Minor point but it was still an oversight on the hotels part.
Found Staff to be very pleasant and extremely helpful Have recommended this hotel to all my family and friends!
Rooms are very clean, comfortable and modern
The hotel restaurant was quite expensive as was the room
Location location location
friendly atmosphere, good attentive staff in restaurant
car park facilities - but this is probably the same in other hotels
Set just a few steps from Ulster Hall, this chic hotel offers both a restaurant and a bar. It is located in Belfast, surrounded by a range of popular shops and is minutes on foot from Belfast Great Victoria Street Railway Station.
Clayton Hotel Belfast has been recently refurbished and features a Jacuzzi, a heated pool and a sauna. Multilingual staff can assist with reservations or dining recommendations, and an express check-in facility is offered for guest convenience.
The contemporary rooms at this 4-star hotel provide a flat-screen TV and movies-on-demand. Each includes free tea and coffee making facilities as well as a private bathroom.
Tourist attractions near Clayton Hotel Belfast include Waterfront Hall, Cathedral Quarter and Victoria Square. There are a variety of dining and entertainment venues surrounding the property.
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Clayton Hotel Belfast is located at 22 Ormeau Avenue in Belfast Centre, 0.5 km from the center of Belfast. Grand Opera House is the closest landmark to Clayton Hotel Belfast.
Check-in time is 15:00 and check-out time is 12:00 at Clayton Hotel Belfast.
Yes, Clayton Hotel Belfast offers free Wi-Fi.
No, Clayton Hotel Belfast does not offer free parking.
No, Clayton Hotel Belfast does not offer free airport shuttle service.
Clayton Hotel Belfast is 4.7 km from Belfast City. Clayton Hotel Belfast is 19.7 km from Belfast Intl.
No, pets are not allowed at Clayton Hotel Belfast.
Yes, Clayton Hotel Belfast has a pool onsite.