Are you thinking of going to Ireland? Whether you are going for its romantic harm, or just a curious traveller. Then the first thing you will need to do is sort out a Hotel. If you are looking for a hotel, then may I suggest going to Cheaperthanhotels.co.uk , a well laid out and designed site with a large variety of hotels to pick from with hotels listed throughout Ireland from Galway Hotels to Dublin.
Whether you will be going to Dublin, the most popular entry point for international visitors, and looking for a Dublin Hotel in the thriving capital city of the Republic of Ireland, you will not be disappointed with the large choice of hotels clearly marked out with photographs and prices starting from just 18,00 € per night. Many are within easy access to the Centre with its vibrant nightlife and tourist attractions.
If you were thinking of going to Cork, named the European Capital of Culture for 2005, then you will be looking for a Cork Hotel. Once again all the hotels are clearly marked by price, and quailty, all with well written descriptions and most are within easy distance of the many festivals that are held throughout the year.
Or you could be thinking of Belfast, a city that has the reputation that you will either love it or hate it but just been voted 4th most popular destination in the UK for city breaks in the Guardian/Observer travel awards. Belfast Hotels has a large selection of hotels, all with well written descriptions of the hotels and good quality photos of the hotels and rooms. All easily searchable by price or quality.
Needless to say, a visit to Belfast will be rewarded by a glimpse of a unique city that has finally begun to celebrate, rather than fight over, its place as a cultural meeting-point of Britain and Ireland. Belfast is certainly exhibiting an air of determined optimism, with new hotels, bars, restaurants, clubs and shops opening at an incredible rate.