Malone Lodge

Relax in luxury at the award winning Malone Lodge Hotel Belfast a chic Victorian town-house hotel, only minutes from Belfast city centre. Set in the luxurious tree lined avenues of the Queens University Quarter of South Belfast, Malone Lodge is located just off the exclusive Malone Road & fashionable Lisburn Roads. Surrounded by beautiful parks and gardens, these gorgeous surroundings are reflected in every aspect of the Hotel.  The Malone Lodge Hotel in Belfast offers a choice of 118 rooms in total, combining luxury hotel guestrooms and elegant suites, perfect for an unforgettable vacation. The 23 apartments are comprised of spacious one, two and three-bedroom self catering apartments.

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Standard

Each of the standard rooms is carefully designed to offer a combination of space, comfort and modern technology with luxurious décor and ample space to relax. Bright and contemporary design with your comfort in mind and complemented by soft furnishings in rich shades and muted tones make these rooms the perfect choice for your holiday. Standard rooms feature Wi-Fi, plasma TV and tea & coffee facilities.

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Knife and Fork Grill and Deli

Located adjacent to Malone Lodge Hotel, you will find Malone’s new local Grill and Deli, the Knife and Fork, serving beautiful, delicious food. They source the finest local produce because they are passionate about putting the best possible quality food under your knife and fork.

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Macklin's Bar

Combining the richness of mahogany, the splendour of polished granite and marble and the comfort of leather chairs, Macklin's bar offers a wonderful setting for an informal lunch or dinner. The Bar Menu offers a variety of delicious starters, mains and desserts, all homemade by the award winning chefs.

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