Best Western Crescent Townhouse

Things to do in the Area

The Best Western Crescent Townhouse Hotel is the perfect base for visitors planning to explore Belfast’s vibrant and unique culture. Located in the academic hub of the city, the Crescent Townhouse Hotel is within walking distance of some of Belfast’s historical landmarks, popular visitor attractions, trendy shops and lively nightlife.


TITANIC & MARITIME BELFAST

Titanic Belfast

2012 marks the 100th anniversary of the Titanic’s tragic maiden voyage and to commemorate the ship’s Belfast beginnings a series of events will be taking place across the city, including the opening of Titanic Belfast, the world-class visitor attraction telling the story of the ship.
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FAMILY ATTRACTIONS

Family Attractions

Around Belfast there is a host of activities and fun places to visit to keep the entire family entertained, amused and maybe even educated for the duration of their stay with us. Children love investigating, exploring and questioning at W5 at the Odyssey Pavilion not to mention the rolling hills at Botanic Gardens and walking around our newly refurbished City Hall.
(Image copyright Northern Ireland Tourist Board, 2013)

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SHOPPING IN BELFAST

Shopping in Belfast

With a mix of High Street brands and Designer labels, Belfast is one of the UK’s top shopping destinations. Visit Victoria Square with shops including House of Fraser, Hollister and Ted Baker, stroll down the Lisburn Road with its trendy boutiques or drop by St George’s Market for a real taste of Belfast.
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NIGHT LIFE

Belfast has a rich and vibrant nightlife, with everything from traditional pubs to clubs featuring top DJs. The Crescent Townhouse Hotel is just minutes away from some of the city’s best bars including The Empire Music Hall and the MClub.
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SIGHTSEEING

Belfast has a wealth of visitor attractions which provide the ideal opportunity for an enjoyable day out and a chance to soak up a little of the local culture and heritage.
The city is compact and intimate, with a rich legacy of Georgian, Victoria and Edwardian architecture. Once the home of the Irish linen industry, tobacco production, rope making and the world famous Harland and Wolff shipbuilders, Belfast lays claim to a unique history. There’s something for everyone…
(Image copyright Northern Ireland Tourist Board, 2013) 

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ENTERTAINMENT

Belfast has played host to some of the biggest names in show business from Elton John to Lady GaGa. With the Odyssey Arena and the Waterfront Hall holding concerts and exhibitions and the Grand Opera House showcasing popular plays and musicals, there is always something to see in Belfast.
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