Belfast Hen Party GuidePosted by Alec on November 6 2013.
Belfast Hen Party Guide
Our Belfast Hen Party Guide is perfect if you’re planning a hen weekend full of unforgettable experiences and bespoke activities.
This intriguing destination celebrates its place as a cultural meeting point for Britain and Ireland, perfect for experiencing a great night out away from the tourist driven capital cities of London and Dublin.
Belfast Hen Party Guide – Shopping
Victoria Square shopping centre is the ‘must go’ place when visiting Dublin and on the look out for new fashion. Whether you are looking for high street brands such as H&M or you are looking for something a little classier in Calvin Klein, you are sure to find the perfect outfit for your hen night! At the Victoria Square Shopping centre you can also grab a bite to eat in one of its many restaurants including Wagamama’s, Frankie and Bennie’s and The Ivory.
Belfast Hen Party Guide – Eating Out
The Bistro Este in central Belfast prides itself on British and Irish cuisine, and you can rest assure that all of the ingredients are fresh, local produce. This trendy bistro has been voted number 1 on trip advisor because of its friendly staff, well priced menu and because it is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Be sure to take a trip to Bistro Este before a big night out!
You will also find dozens of continental and asian restaurants throughout the city of Belfast that will certainly keep any hen party happy!
Belfast Hen Party Guide – Nightlife
Why not let Polestars take the stress of getting ready off of you with one of our makeover sessions? Choose from a contemporary or vintage look and our professional make up artists will have you looking a millions dollars before you hit the clubs!
Nobody knows how to party like the Irish and you will be regarded highly if you can keep up with the Belfast locals! The gorgeous cocktail bar opposite the City Hall called The Apartment, a perfect setting for a relaxed first night in the city or the start of a good night out.
Nightclubs such as El Divinio, M Club & Social 21 are always a good night out (M Club has a 70’s & 80’s night on Friday nights). For more of an indie feel, why not check out the neighbouring Rotterdam Bar, and Pats Bar? Between them, these lively pubs have live music every night of the week and is a great place for a quiet drink before the night begins!
Belfast Hen Party Guide – Intriguing Activities
Belfast is steeped in history and culture, which is impossible not to notice when you are visiting. The St George’s market is Belfast’s oldest, with its opening in the 1890s it has since been regarded as one of the best markets in England or Ireland. You will find everything from arts and crafts stalls, vintage markets, local produce and even some live entertainment!
Being so close to the city centre you will want to check out Belfast Castle too. It is licensed for weddings, and what with its beautiful interior and gardens there may be some last minute change of plans by the bride!
Belfast Hen Party Guide – R&R
It may be difficult to get away from the hustle and bustle of the busy Belfast streets, but it absolutely essential on any hen weekend to grab some R&R time! The Secret Spa in Belfast is one of the best in Northern Ireland and they accommodate hen parties brilliantly! You can make groups bookings in advance and the spa will be exclusively for you. Choose from a variety of spa packages to de-stress you on the lead up to the wedding day!