Belfast Serviced Apartments


Serviced Apartments in Belfast

Serviced Apartments offer a unique way to experience city life, so that's why we at Citybase Apartments have handpicked a selection of excellent apartments in Belfast for you to choose from. We have thousands of apartments all over the world, and are passionate about bringing this alternative accommodation to more and more people like you. 

A gem in glorious Northern Ireland, Belfast is a wonderfully diverse city, with great nightlife, exquisite fine dining, arts, culture and heritage to be explored. Guests can stay in the middle of it all, with a conveniently situated city centre apartment. Whether you want to be minutes from the Titanic museum, close to the university or a stone's throw from the Belfast Botanical Gardens, we'll find the best serviced apartment for you. 

Why should you visit Belfast

From the backdrop of Game of Thrones, to a city full of art and culture, Belfast has it all. With Irish hospitality and home to a community proud of their heritage and culture, Belfast is a must to visit. Just a ferry ride away from Liverpool and Scotland, or just a short flight from the UK Belfast is easy to get to for a short break or a long vacation. Previously going through prosperous yet rough times, Belfast is not a city destination often thought of, but is quickly becoming the “cool” capital of Northern Ireland and a place every tourist and traveller must visit.

From humble beginnings as an Iron Age settlement to a major urban hub, Belfast has grown rapidly, regenerating and being redeveloped into a modern and lively city. Now the capital of Northern Ireland, Belfast offers guests easy access to the stunning countryside surrounding the city, as well as the incredible heritage and history that the city has to offer.

New to Serviced Apartments?

Our Belfast serviced apartments offer guests close proximity to both amenities and attractions. Close to the city centre these serviced apartments in Belfast provide guests with the space, privacy and flexibility that you will need to make a stay memorable and stress-free.

Serviced apartments are a fantastic alternative to hotels, typically offering more space to move around, and equipped with its own kitchen so you’re in control of meal times. Young children accustomed to breakfast at 5am, no problem in your own apartment. Midnight snackers? Rustle yourself something up like the convenience of home. With a private, Belfast apartment you can bring the familiarity of home to the centre of the Belfast.

 Things to do in Belfast

Despite its fateful end, Belfast is proud of its links to the Titanic. The Titanic Belfast gives guests the opportunity to view footage of what the Titanic currently looks like, an underwater exploration theatre, and the opportunity to learn more about the items found in the wreckage. Belfast’s maritime heritage is prominent throughout the city. Visitors can also take a self-guided tour through the incredible the HMS Caroline, a restored combat ship from WW1 or SS Nomadic, a maritime museum aboard a ship that was used to carry passenger to the Titanic.

If you fancy a wander away from the maritime culture, guests can explore the old HM Prison Crumlin Road. It is the only Victorian Prison remaining in Northern Ireland and offers guests tours of the paranormal. As well as these attractions, Belfast offers so much more, with a zoo, a science centre and a variety of galleries and museums. There is always something to do and see, whether you are entertaining the children, romancing a partner, or travelling solo, Belfast has it all.

Best time of the year to visit Belfast

Generally speaking June-September is the perfect time to visit Northern Ireland the Belfast. It will never get too hot that you can’t enjoy the scenery, and although unpredictable, it should never get too cold either. Normally a rainy country, Belfast offers a great many attractions indoors and you will always find something to keep you entertained during the drizzle. With long summery and sunny days spent in Belfast’s botanical gardens or on-board the restored ships guests are guaranteed a great stay during these months.

Places to eat in Belfast

A trip to Northern Ireland isn’t complete without a taste of the Ulster Fry. A full breakfast with griddle breads, Northern Ireland’s best known national dish. If you are more a healthy eater or wanting to experience an Irish market, then take a trip down to St. George’s Market. This Victorian covered market has been running since 1604 and welcomes guests every weekend. From fresh fruit and veg, fish, and continental foods to a range of antiques, you are sure to find something that peaks your interest or tickles your taste buds.