Hotel near Queen's University in Belfast
Malone Lodge Hotel & Apartments near the Queen's Quarter
One of the oldest universities in the UK, the world-renowned Queen's University of Belfast celebrated its 160th anniversary in 2005. Established in 1845 as one of the three "Queen's Colleges in Ireland," it became a Queen's University of Belfast in 1908. With over 23,000 students from every corner of the world, more than 1,000 academics and a successful athletics program, Queen's has expanded since those early days.
The University also has teaching and research centres within several miles of the main campus, as well as a Marine Laboratory at Portaferry and a campus at Armagh City, 40 miles from Belfast.
Exploring Queen's Quarter
With the University at its centre, Belfast's Queen’s Quarter is filled with character and charm. One of the most alluring areas of the city to explore, Queen’s Quarter is endowed with architecture, bursting with artistic creativity and overflowing with shops, bistros, attractions, and a vibrant nightlife. The fusion of academia, entertainment, culture and commerce creates this dynamic neighborhood. Queen’s Quarter has a lively calendar of cultural events, including the Belfast Festival at Queen’s each autumn, featuring theatre, dance, music, literature, comedy and visual arts - the largest festival of its kind in Northern Ireland.
For entertainment, Queen’s Quarter boasts funky bars, comedy venues, and pubs with live music and traditional Irish jams.
One of the closest hotels to Queen’s University - less than a 5 minute stroll - the Malone Lodge Hotel & Apartments delivers a refreshing blend of exceptional services, warm Irish hospitality and an array of contemporary amenities for both business and leisure.
Queen’s University Visitors’ Centre
A 15-minute walk from Belfast city centre, the Queen's Visitors' Centre features excellent exhibitions, guided tours, visitor information, Queen's memorabilia, books and gifts for thousands of tourists who flock here each year. Located in the Lanyon Building at the heart of the University, the Centre houses major exhibitions and serves as a key information facility for the University and Northern Ireland.