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Park Plaza Belfast
Belfast International Airport
County Antrim

BT29 4JT

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Park Plaza Belfast is located in the heart of the province and in close proximity to Belfast International Airport. Due to it’s convenient airport location business and leisure guests stay from all over the world. This modern hotel offers 106 guest rooms including superior, executive rooms, assessable rooms and suites. Each with a queen size bed and thoughtfully furnished to make guests feel right at home. Guests have a choice of eateries including the Lobby Bar and Circles Restaurant, offering a range of quality dishesusing locally produced ingredients. Also available to guests is a 24 hour rooms services, on site car parking, businesscentre and breakfast is served from 5 am for early risers. The hotel offers extensive function space, boasting 10 impressive conference rooms, accommodating up to250 delegates. Yet retains a cosy and local feel offering excellent service and great value.

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