Belfast Victoria Square
Victoria Square Belfast, Northern Ireland’s biggest shopping centre, has over 70 stores, cafes and restaurants which are spread across 4 floors. The shopping complex is quite an attraction not only amongst shoppers but also with tourists as the iconic dome allows for panoramic views right across the city. Also, the Victorian Jaffe Fountain has been returned to its original site at Victoria Square where it stood in 1870. The layout of the shopping complex is appealing amongst shoppers as the stores are all under the one roof so there is no need for an umbrella.
You can pay a visit to Northern Ireland’s first House of Fraser department store or there is a huge range of alternative boutique stores such as Hollister, Topshop, River Island and H&M.
Whilst out shopping you can pop in and grab a coffee in Starbucks or Costa Coffee. The Kitchen Bar showcases traditional food and live entertainment but there is a variety of restaurants that cover Italian, Mexican, Japanese and even Afro-Portuguese foods if you feel a little adventurous.
You can watch the latest blockbuster movie at the Odeon Cinema located on the 2nd floor. The cinema itself has 8 screens and offers both 2D and 3D viewings.
You could also opt for a makeover or get glammed up for a night out by visiting the beauty counters in department stores such as House of Fraser or hairdressers located at the Victoria Square.
Victoria Square is open 7 days a week with late night shopping until 21:00 Wednesday – Friday so there is plenty of opportunities to schedule a trip here. There are many car-parks in Belfast City Centre, however, Q-Park is located underneath the shopping centre itself. Victoria Square Belfast is just a 12-minute walk from Clayton Belfast or approximately a 4-minute drive so why not come and stay at our central location?