Maldron near Belfast Airport
The Maldron is about as close to the terminal as an airport hotel can get, just a two-minute walk away. Even with such a great reason to stay there, the hotel hasn't rested on its laurels as it offers both fine dining and exercise areas. As well as a fitness club nearby that guests can use for free, the hotel offers private running rooms where you can lock yourself away with a treadmill and a DVD player, then use individual shower facilities to cool down before heading back to your room. When you've worked up an appetite, there's both the casual cafe bar serving speciality coffees and teas along with delicious food made with locally-sourced ingredients, and the elegant Circles restaurant, which specialises in fusing styles of cooking from different cultures all over the world. If you're on the go, this is a hotel that can keep up with you.
Hotel Address Belfast International Airport,
Directions to Hotel Leave the M2 at junction 5 and keep left for the A57. Head straight over four roundabouts, following signs for the airport. Eventually, you will reach Airport Road, where you will cross one mini roundabout, then take the first exit left at the second. Follow signs for the hotel.
Hotel Facilities a restaurant, a bar and flight information in the lobby and rooms.
Room Facilities All rooms at the Maldron Hotel have TV, telephone, hairdryer, refreshment tray, flight information, double-glazed windows, blackout curtains, trouser press, wifi and air conditioning.
Leisure Facilities The hotel provides personal running rooms. These private, lockable rooms each have a treadmill, DVD player, mirror, shower and toilet. Guests can use the running rooms, and also the facilities of a nearby health club, free of charge.
Restaurant Details The hotel has a double-bill of great food. The open, social lounge bar in the foyer serves a range of speciality coffees, teas and alcoholic drinks along with locally-sourced cuisine. The bar is open from 11am to midnight.
The hotel's main restaurant, Circles, offers fine, international fusion dishes in a relaxed atmosphere. The menu is constantly changing, so you're sure to get something new! A three-course dinner will cost you around Â£25. The restaurant is open for lunch from noon to 2.30pm and dinner from 6 to 10pm.
Circles also provides breakfast from 7am to 11am. There's a choice of a continental breakfast for Â£9, or the "full Irish" for Â£12.
Disabled Facilities The hotel has a limited number of rooms that are accessible to disabled guests.
Transfer Information The terminal is a short walk from the hotel.