See why so many travelers make Botanic Rest their small hotel of choice when visiting Belfast. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers a budget friendly setting with an array of amenities designed for travelers like you.
While staying at Botanic Rest, visitors can check out National Football Stadium (1.0 mi) and Cathedral Quarter (1.0 mi), some of Belfast's top attractions.
You’ll enjoy relaxing rooms that offer a flat screen TV and a desk, and you can stay connected during your stay as Botanic Rest offers guests free wifi.
For guests with a vehicle, parking is available.
If you like Mediterranean restaurants, Botanic Rest is conveniently located near Edo, Quartisan, and Scalini Restaurant.
During your visit, be sure to check out popular architectural buildings like City Hall, Grand Opera House, and St. Malachy's Church, which are all a short distance from the small hotel.
At Botanic Rest, your comfort and satisfaction come first, and they look forward to welcoming you to Belfast.
I booked a twin room and there was a stain on one of the duvets. There was mould on the shower roof. Overall standard was very poor. One bed had a headboard, the other didn't. Breakfast was included but I couldn't eat in the place after staying in the room. The website advises free parking but it's on street parking and it's in an area of student housing so it's not safe to leave your car there overnight.
I stayed here with my son in a twin en suite. It’s geographically at the heart of Belfast so well placed for places to eat and drink. From the outside it looks a bit shabby as it’s about 4 town houses knocked into one property. The room we had was small, with en suite shower. It was clean, the beds are comfortable and the shower was fine. Basic but everything worked and looked clean. Breakfast was a little too basic. Cereal rice crispies or cornflakes and toast with tea and coffee in a flask. Just having muesli or iced water or fresh juice rather than diluted squash would have helped. They only do cooked breakfast on the weekend. I didn’t have it so can’t comment. I’m guessing like others who have commented the major downside of the place is it’s mostly young people getting drunk and coming and going in a loud way until probably 4am and if like us your room overlooks the street then you have people outside chatting away till all hours. Consequently sleep was difficult. So the crux of choosing to stay here is really which demographic you fall in as to whether this is suitable for you. It’s cheap, clean, approachable staff, but noisy and warm rooms at night probably like a university halls of residence. …
For the price of the room we were happy with what we got. Decent sized double room with an en-suite. Rooms were cleaned every day. Staff were friendly and helpful any time we talked to them. Only negatives is that at night the room was hotter than the sun even with the window open and slamming doors could be heard through the night.
It’s not the Ritz; but if you’re looking for central, clean, cheap and cheerful; it works. Basic continental breakfast but worked perfect for us. Came in late and went away early. The people here are very nice and friendly; as are all Belfast people.
Really disgusting mattress, holes in the carpet and bed frame and carpet. Felt really dirty after staying here and the room was absolutely boiling hot, even with window open, think there’s was a generator near our room as noisy and so hot. Would book a premier inn next time instead
I stayed here and never again!! The premises upon arrival is grubby looking. The man in receptionist was ok checking in. This is were it went down hill. The room was extremely small and the en-suite was (again) very small. We could hear a lot of shouting from other guests and it sounded like a hens party getting ready to go out. This was a warning of what was to come. That night there was doors slamming and lots of shouting as the party goers arrived back. Not all rooms have bathrooms and again through the night there was more doors slamming. The next morning there was no cooked breakfast what so ever. This was NOT explained to us at check in. We paid €95 for 1 adult and 1 child. Not worth the price!!!
Rooms are mediocre (mine had a window next to a very noisy air vent) but perfectly serviceable. WiFi is free and fast. Breakfast portions are very small (at least for the veggie fry), but it's also free, so it's hard to complain. Location is great - it's within walking distance to the city centre, and the neighbourhood is full of quirky cafés and shops. I paid about £25 a night for an ensuite single room - despite its flaws, if you're looking for somewhere cheap and decent to stay I'd recommend considering the Botanic Rest.
Good tidy B&B in South Belfast / University area, rooms tidy and modern but shower was to small better to use the communal units.. 5 minutes from botanic train station and 20 minutes to the Centre on Belfast, one disappointment is the breakfast in its only cereal and toast with cold / hot drinks .
Nice stay,very good location,many shops ,restaurants and chippers around. So close to the city centre. Breakfast excellent, staff nice and friendly. Room was big enough , beds comfortable, bathroom was ok.
We stay here for 1 night recently. The staff were friendly, the place was clean, free parking outside, very nice breakfast, good value for money. There is nothing fancy about the rooms and the road outside is pretty loud but overall a decent stay.
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