The Malone Hotel

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The Malone Hotel

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A warm welcome to The Malone, Northern Ireland’s finest, four-star boutique hotel, just minutes from the bustling heart of Belfast city centre. We think you’ll love the tradition, tranquillity, elegance and warmth of our Victorian townhouse hotel, set in the leafy avenues of the Queen’s Quarter and opening on to Belfast’s Lisburn Road, lined with fashionable and unique boutique shops. The Malone is a veritable secret, a hidden treasure boasting everything you want in a hotel: spacious bedrooms and suites, function rooms for inspirational wedding celebrations or corporate events and the very best of that famous Irish hospitality, every step of your stay. The Guinness is perfectly poured in our Greyhound bar – enjoy with some smoked salmon and wheaten bread or indulge in a meal to remember in the Gallery Restaurant. Relax and unwind with us. A warm Irish welcome to you!

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Eglantine Avenue ,
Belfast Northern Ireland, Co. Antrim , BT9 6DY





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