Alma Place, Belfast

Library St, Belfast, BT1 2JD, United Kingdom
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0.5 mi from City Center
0.5 mi from City Center( 10m. 9m. 4m)
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city center | 0.4 mi
Ulster University Belfast Campu... | 0.2 mi
Queens University Belfast | 1.3 mi
American Musical Theatre Academ... | 1.8 mi
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About the Property

Alma Place Belfast student accommodation, BT1 2JD, is one of the best student accommodations in Belfast. It is not only the best in terms of location but also in terms of comfort and amenities. Located on Library Street, it is in a very well-connected area of Belfast. Alma Place student accommodation is located close to some of the best universities in Belfast, and this makes it one of the most popular accommodations in the city. There are several types of rooms available here, like Bedroom suites and Ensuites, along with a range of studios. Ulster University Belfast Campus, Queens University Belfast, and Belfast Metropolitan College are a few notable universities near Alma Place Belfast student accommodation.

Belfast was compared against Dublin, London, Toronto, New York, Sydney, and Hong Kong, among six other international cities, using Numbeo's 2021 Mid-Year Cost of Living and Quality of Life indices. Belfast came out on top as the city with the best quality of life, the cheapest rent, and the lowest cost of living. Belfast is the second-largest city on the island of Ireland and one of the UK's largest metropolises. The city is home to two renowned universities that offer undergraduate and graduate studies. Ulster University and Queen's University are both situated in Belfast. Nearly 25,231 undergraduate and graduate students are enrolled in these two universities, which is expected to rise yearly. You will also find on-campus accommodations, which universities in Belfast typically manage. They offer convenience and a close-knit community for international students. Belfast is also a popular choice among students due to its proximity to everything. Belfast's vibrant environment, which is enriched with culture, history, and innovation, is ideal for students. The city offers a wide variety of services geared towards students, such as inexpensive lodging, a wide selection of restaurants, and a vibrant nightlife. If you wish to study in Belfast, check out our Student City Guide Belfast, which will help you conveniently navigate living in the city. Overall, Alma Place Belfast is an ideal choice for students who wish to pursue their higher education in Belfast.


Alma Place student accommodation is one of the best ones in the city of Belfast and is full of amenities and features for the residents to enjoy. One of the main features of the stay is the closeness to the universities in the city. There are a number of amenities available for the students, like a comfortable double bed, a storage space, a dedicated study area to get work done, a kitchen and a dining area. Along with the abundant room amenities, Alma Place Belfast also provides a number of common amenities that the residents of Alma Place student accommodation can take full advantage of, like Free 24/7 coffee for all caffeine lovers, an outdoor courtyard, yoga studio, games room, lounge, On-site maintenance, which is very convenient, On-site secure bike storage for students who use them and High-speed WiFi. The price is inclusive of all bills like Gas, Water and Electricity. Alma Place Belfast student accommodation also facilitates CCTVs, safe and secure with a video door and Key fob entry.

Location and What's Hot?

There are a billion things students can visit and enjoy in the city. Not only are there tourist attractions but also cafes, clubs and plenty of parks and green spaces. The most important thing is the access to the universities of Belfast. The location is perfect for students, especially the ones studying at Ulster University Belfast Campus, Queens University Belfast or Belfast Metropolitan College, as they are all just a short drive away. Get the most preferred room at this stay with Amber, and also get a one-on-one consultation with our experts.

There are many restaurants very close to Alma Place Belfast student accommodation where the residents can go to grab a bite, like Academy Restaurant, Deerah, Haymarket, The Muddlers Club Restaurant, Coppi Restaurant, SQ Bar and Grill and Fourty Four Restaurant. There are also cafes where you can relax, like Neighbourhood Cafe for a quick cup of coffee and some breakfast, Caffe Nero, Clements Royal Avenue, Foggy Brew and Metz Express. Many pubs and bars nearby are known for their amazing drinks, like The Reporter Bar, Harp Bar, Sunflower Public House, Monaco Bars and Morning Star Bar and Restaurant. There are many things to do and see in Belfast. The city is a buzzing and vibrant place, and it delivers an abundance of tourist attractions like The Titanic Belfast, the Ulster Museum, The Titanic Memorial Garden, Timescape, The Tropical Ravine, SS Nomadic and CC Lewis Square. There are also plenty of parks and gardens nearby to take a walk in or have a picnic on a sunny day, like Cathedral Gardens, Buoy Park, Wild Flower Beds, Dunville Park, and Queens Square. There are also grocery stores and supermarkets nearby for the students to get their essentials from, like Best Sellers, Tesco Express, Lidl, Iceland Supermarket and Select Superstore. If you're wondering How expensive Belfast is, here is a Cost of Living in Belfast Guide and also a student city guide in Belfast.


With Belfast's fantastic public transit system, getting around is very easy. Student cards and discounts are frequently offered so that you can profit from them. While taxis are quicker but substantially more expensive than bicycles and walking, they are also healthier and more environmentally friendly methods to commute. You can hop onto a train from a train station and visit nearby cities like Paisley or catch a bus from a nearby bus stop, which is only a short walk away from Alma Place Belfast. Belfast City Taxi Service is also present near the student accommodation. The closest bus stop to Alma Place Belfast student accommodation is the 'North Street' and 'Donegall Street'. The nearest metro station is 'Yorkgate Station'.

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Weekly cleaning of communal spaces
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Free 24/7 coffee
On-site maintenance team
On-site bike storage
High-speed WiFi
Outdoor Courtyard

Cancellation Policies (4)

  • Cooling Off Period
    This property offers cooling-off period.
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    This property allows cancellation due to visa rejection.
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    This property allows cancellation if admission is not secured.

Payment Policies (4)

  • Pay In Instalment
    This property offers 1, 3, 4 flexible instalment plans.
  • Mode Of Payment
    Payment via easy transaction modes.
  • Guarantor Requirement
    Guarantor requirements and policy.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is included in a studio room?

All studio apartments include:
  • Small double, double or king-sized bed with under the bed storage
  • Study area with desk and chair
  • Wardrobe
  • Fridge
  • Oven & microwave, or combi-microwave
Most studios also feature:
  • Washer-dryers.
  • Dishwashers.
  • Smart TV.
And some studios also include:
  • Sofa
  • Dining table and chairs
Specific details about what is included in each room type can be found on their property pages.

What is included in an en-suite room?

All studio apartments include:
  • Small double, double or king-sized bed with under the bed storage
  • Study area with desk and chair
  • Wardrobe
  • Fridge
  • Oven & microwave, or combi-microwave
Most studios also feature:
  • Washer-dryers.
  • Dishwashers.
  • Smart TV.
And some studios also include:
  • Sofa
  • Dining table and chairs
Specific details about what is included in each room type can be found on their property pages.

Do I need to pay a deposit?

They require a reservation fee to secure your room. Your reservation fee will be equal to one week’s rent. This is shown as a credit against your first rental payment.

How to pay rent?

All rent payments are due on or before the due date set out in your tenancy agreement. If you are unable to pay the rent instalment, you must speak to a member of your onsite team, who will assist and advise you on your options. If you fail to pay your rent, then they will refer your debt to STA, their debt management company, who will recover the debt on their behalf, all additional costs incurred to recover the debt will be added to the amount owed upon collection.

When is my first instalment due?

On the 9th August. For those paying in instalments, a month’s rent is due on this date and for those paying in full all the rent will be due.

What’s included in my rent?

Free 24/7 coffee, free of charge in-apartment washer-dryers, in apartment Smart TVs, free bike hire, frequent events and more!

Aswell as…..

All utility bills including gas, water and electricity (to reasonable consumption), 100MB high-speed WIFI with a personal private network, and weekly cleaning of communal spaces (all included in your rent) Students are exempt from council tax but must register their student status with the local council and supply an exemption certificate to the property manager in your building shortly after moving into the property.

What documents do I need for my application?

They will need a copy of your passport, visa (if required), and offer letter for university, so please have these handy. If you do not yet have an offer from your university or a visa yet, you can still book with them and supply these documents later at check-in.

Can I arrive earlier than my tenancy start date?

If your room is available, you may be able to move in early and you will be charged rent for this period. Please contact the property team member at the property to enquire about early arrivals.

Can I share my room?

Yes. Dual occupancy is accepted in studio rooms only. Couple-friendly rooms are identified and can be searched for within their booking system. Couples will both need to sign the Tenancy Agreement and be jointly/severely liable for the rent. A 20% uplift to rent is applied to all couple-friendly rooms.

I am under 18, can I book with the property management?

Yes. They allow students who are 17 years of age to book with them, but they should be turning 18 prior to move-in (or shortly thereafter).

What if I have a disability or special requirement?

They cater for all individuals, and they have rooms to accommodate students with a disability. If you have any specific requirements, please contact them and speak to a member of staff so they can ensure to be as accommodating as possible. In addition to this, they have step-free/level access. They can provide information on the availability of disabled parking for customers and there are accessible WC’s in the communal areas for visitors.

Do you offer short term lets?

If you are looking for short term stay, they are here to accommodate you. Whether you are searching for somewhere to stay during the summer period where you may be on placement, a pre-sessional course, a language course, or just want to settle in earlier, please get in contact with them to explore their short-term letting options.

How do I rebook?

Brilliant that you are thinking this far in advance! They would love you to stay part of their community for another year. Please speak to the staff at reception to see if you can rebook your current room or check the availability of alternative rooms on their website.

What is a Fire Risk Assessment (FRA)?

A Fire Risk Assessment (FRA) is an inspection of fire safety in your buildings. The purpose of the assessment is to:
  1. Assess the risk of a fire occurring.
  2. Assess the likelihood of the occupants being able to respond to a fire.
  3. Assess the consequences of a fire occurring in the building.
  4. Take preventative action.

How often are Fire Risk Assessments carried out?

A Fire Risk Assessment is carried out annually and preventative actions are reviewed monthly. On occasion, it may not be possible for them to meet the desired target dates for actions set out in the assessment due to factors outside of their control. In such circumstances (and where applicable) they will identify and introduce additional or temporary measures to ensure fire safety at all times.

Who can I speak to if I am concerned about fire safety?

In the first instance, speak with the Responsible Person (RP) for your building. Information on how to contact your RP can be found in your welcome handbook and on notices in reception. If unsure, speak to a member of staff who will be happy to assist you.

How can I prepare myself in case of fire?

Be aware of the fire evacuation strategy and procedure. You will find information on your assembly point and what to do in the event of fire displayed on Fire Action Notices dotted around the building and in your welcome handbook. Every six months they will hold a fire drill, and they ask for your cooperation as this will help guide you on the evacuation procedure. Failure to evacuate the building upon hearing the fire alarm puts you and others at risk. If in doubt, please speak to the Responsible Person for your building.

How do I reduce the risk of fire in the kitchen?

You can reduce the risk of fire in the kitchen by following a few simple rules:
  1. Never leave cooking food unattended.
  2. Check the cooker and hob are turned off when cooking is finished.
  3. Never cook under the influence of alcohol or drugs.
  4. Keep towels away from the cooker and hob.
  5. Clean your toaster frequently to avoid combustible crumbs.
  6. Never tamper with the fire blanket. This is there for your safety.

How can I reduce the risk of electrical fire?

Please ensure you check your welcome handbook for details of prohibited items:
  1. Never use portable heaters. These are prohibited.
  2. Do not use non-UK electrical items or adapters and never use a two-point plug with a three-point socket.
  3. Do not dry laundry on your electrical heater.
  4. Do not leave mobile phones on charge while unattended or asleep.
  5. Keep electrical items and leads away from water.

How can I reduce the risk of fire in my bedroom or studio?

Please ensure you check your welcome handbook for details of prohibited items:
  1. Do not use candles.
  2. Do not smoke in your flat, room or studio - smoking is prohibited. Please use the designated smoking area.
  3. Do not have barbeques on a balcony or inside your home.
  4. Do not cover a fire alarm detector and never tamper with fire safety equipment.
  5. Clean the fluff/lint from your tumble-dryer after each use.

Why are fire doors important?

Fire doors stop smoke and fire from spreading through a building, giving people time to escape. Never wedge open a door marked with a blue and white (circular) sign that reads "Fire Door Keep Shut" and never disconnect the self-closing device. If you see a damaged fire door, please report this to the Responsible Person without delay.

If I need assistance to evacuate in the event of a fire, what should I do?

In the unlikely event of a fire, and you need assistance evacuating a building, even if this is only on a temporary basis, then you need to bring this to the attention of the Responsible Person for your building. They will work with you to complete your Personal Emergency Evacuation Plan. You do not need to reveal any personal medical information but they do ask that you tell them about anything that affects your ability to evacuate a building.

What are false fire alarms and how can I help to reduce them?

False alarms or unwanted fire signals occur when the fire alarm is activated when there is no fire. False alarms can be a significant inconvenience to all residents and staff and cause unnecessary pressure and resources for the local fire authority. You can help to reduce false alarms by following a few simple rules:
  1. Close your bathroom door when taking a shower, steam can cause an activation.
  2. Do not smoke in your flat, room, or studio.
  3. Do not cover a fire alarm detector and never tamper with fire safety equipment.
  4. Keep kitchen fire doors closed, open a kitchen window or use extract fan to clear room of smoke when cooking.
  5. Avoid using products such as deodorant and hair spray near smoke alarms.

Do they offer full payment discount?

They do not offer any discount for full payment.

What is a guarantor?

A guarantor is someone who takes financial responsibility for your tenancy. If, for any reason, you are unable to pay any amount owed to the property, the guarantor is liable to do so. Your guarantor will be required to sign paperwork to check they are eligible and that they agree to this procedure. If needs be, they have the right to contact this person under their agreement.

Who needs a guarantor?

If you would like to pay your rent in instalments, you will need to have a UK-based guarantor or a guarantee from Housing Hand. If you are part of a couple booking a room with them and paying in instalments only the lead-tenant requires a Guarantor. However, as you are jointly and severely liable for the rent should they choose to not guarantee you both then your partner will require their own UK-based Guarantor. If you are under 18 at the time of booking then you will require a Guarantor and that person must be your parent or legal guardian.

Who can be my guarantor?

Your guarantor is anyone over the age of 18. They should be in full-time employment, a homeowner and/or renting accommodation. It is important you check with this person before booking your room that they are happy to act as Guarantor.

What documents does my guarantor need to provide?

Proof of address (this could be a utility bill dated from the last 3 months or a council tax letter). They also need a proof of ID which could be a provisional/driver’s license or a passport. Your Guarantor will need to sign a separate Guarantor’s Agreement when you sign your lease with them.

What is Housing Hand?

Housing Hand provide the only secured, reliable and insured Rent Guarantor Service for students and working professional tenants renting in the UK. Housing Hand acts as a guarantor for students who want to pay for rent in instalments but do not have a UK-based Guarantor. Payments start when you move in, from £31pcm. You can find out more about Housing Hand here.

Can I bring a pet?

No, unfortunately pets are not allowed. Of course, if you need a guide dog or working dog to assist you, please do get in touch to discuss your options with the property team.

Will my room be cleaned?

Rooms themselves are not cleaned weekly but you can book a clean via their online service portal for an additional charge.

What happens if there is a maintenance issue in my room?

They have a dedicated maintenance team on-site who are there to quickly resolve any breakages you may have in your room. Simply log the issue via their resident’s app, and one of the team will attend to swiftly resolve the issue.

What amenity spaces do you have?

Cinema area, games area, on-site gym, lounge, study spaces, private dining, breakfast bar and more! Check out the property page for all their spaces!

What laundry facilities are available on-site?

Their studios come with their own washer-dryer in their kitchen, and their shared apartments with a washing machine and dryer in communal kitchens solely for the use of you and your housemates. This is at no additional cost, and your laundry is therefore included in your rent.

How far is the university to my accommodation?

They are centrally located within close proximity to universities and the City Centre, please visit their property page for exact travel times.

Is there wifi in the building?

Yes, they provide a 100MB connection as standard. Each resident also has their own private network, offering a secure connection between up to 15 devices.

Can I bring my bike?

They have on-site bike storage. Don’t have a bike? You can hire one of them for free!

What about bringing my car?

At this property management their properties are centrally located, within walking-distance to university campus’ most within the City Centre itself, reducing the need to travel by car, however, please enquire with their leasing team who can assist you further with paid options or in-house parking.

Is there a gym in the building?

Yes, they have an on-site dedicated gym free for you to use, equipped with both cardio and strength related equipment.

What time of the day can I move in?

They provide a variety of time slots throughout the day, staggering out their move-ins so that their property team can greet and assist each resident as they move in. If you would like to book in a particular slot please let a member of the property team know when you will be arriving as soon as possible.

Do you employ students?

They are creating communities of happier, healthier students and want everyone to feel at home. If you are looking for some part-time work and are an enthusiastic person who enjoys helping others, then please get in contact with them and ask about applying for one of their student Community Assistant roles.

Is there Wi-Fi in the building?

Yes, they provide a 100MB connection as standard. Each resident also has their own private network, offering a secure connection between up to 15 devices.

Which room types do you have available?

For those looking to share with friends, or live communally with like-minded others, they have a selection of en-suite rooms in shared apartments, with living areas, dining seating and plenty of kitchen space to cook up a storm. If you are looking for a bit more privacy, they have a variety of studio rooms available, each with their own private kitchen.

What is the difference between rooms?

All their rooms have been designed for both style and practicality, spaces which largely all have the same furniture and fixtures. However, they do differ on size, layout, and location in the building, so they have been categorised and priced with this in mind. Further room information about a specific room or type can be found on their property page.

Can I have my own private bathroom and kitchen?

No problem at all, of their rooms come with their own private shower room en-suite. If you would also like your own private kitchen, then they would recommend booking one of their studios.

I am booking by myself but want to share with others, is this possible?

Absolutely! their en-suite apartments have their own private bedroom and bathroom, but also benefit from a shared kitchen and living area – the ideal space to get to know your new flat mates! They do also accept applications for Dual Occupancy in Studios.

Do you offer student jobs?

They have community assistant roles available for students, please contact them for further information.

Is there a TV in my room?

Some studios have a TV in their room, and some shared apartments feature TV’s in their living rooms. If your apartment does not feature its own TV you can bring your own if you wish. They also feature Smart TVs in the shared communal spaces of the property.

Who buys my TV License?

They do not provide any TV Licenses, so you will need to register for your own TV licence.

Can I change my room?

They want you to be happy with your room choice and will do their best to accommodate any requests to change rooms. However, these are largely dependent on what rooms they have available at the time the request comes in. Booking early will mean you get your pick of all their rooms so that you will not have to settle for your second choice. 4o
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Belfast Student Accommodation

Belfast is the dynamic capital city of Northern Ireland. Many scholars opt for Belfast student accommodation to enhance their university experience. In Belfast, students discover the advantages of off-campus student accommodation, such as greater independence and a variety of living spaces. Amber steps in to simplify the often complex search for the ideal private student accommodation Belfast. Accommodation in Belfast for students is close to key educational institutions, like the Ulster University Belfast Campus and Queens University Belfast.

Amber's platform is designed for ease of use, ensuring that students can quickly find the choice of student accommodation Belfast tailored to the needs of students. Whether you prefer a studio, en-suite room, or a shared apartment, the city offers all kinds of choices for private student accommodation Belfast. Living here at a Belfast student accommodation helps you explore nearby cities and areas, such as Paisley, Glasgow, Bangor, Stirling, and East Bridge Street, among others. Some notable examples of student accommodation in Belfast include Little Patrick Street, Nelson Place, Great Patrick Street, and The Edge.

About Belfast

Belfast is the capital city of Northern Ireland, steeped in history and culture. It offers a vibrant atmosphere that is particularly appealing to students. Known for its rich industrial heritage, particularly the shipbuilding industry that built the RMS Titanic, Belfast has evolved into a modern hub of arts, higher education, business, and law. Its distinguished universities, such as Queen's University Belfast, ranked within the world's top 200 in the QS World University Ranking. Some of the other top-ranking institutions include the Irish School of Ecumenics, the American Musical Theatre Academy (Belfast), and the Belfast Metropolitan College, among others.

The Belfast student accommodation scene is as diverse as the city itself, with a range of options to suit every preference. All are well-connected to the various academic institutions. You can easily get swept away by the culinary journey the city offers you. Some of the most famous places to dine in Belfast include The Lantern and Panjab Carryduff. We must also not forget to mention the Michelin Star OX across the River Lagan.

Within this illustrious city, particular localities stand out for their student-friendly amenities and atmosphere, including the Queen's Quarter and some of the cosiest cafes and bookshops, including Established Coffee, Harlem Coffee, and Belfast Book Shop at York Road. You will find luxurious choices of student accommodation in Belfast all around the most stunning parts of the city. Students looking for suitable Belfast student accommodation can find themselves in a supportive and stimulating environment, making it easy to create a home away from home in the dynamic city.

Best Student Accommodation in Belfast

Finding the perfect off-campus university accommodation in Belfast is essential for those relocating to this vibrant city in the United Kingdom. Students looking for affordable student accommodation in Northern Ireland can take advantage of the varied options that allow them to manage their living expenses better. From ensuite rooms that offer privacy to student halls that foster a community spirit and studio apartments that provide a self-contained living space, there is something to suit every preference and need. As a hub for higher education, it is rich in culture as well as has plenty of choices for Belfast student accommodation. Whether you are searching for an intimate studio or a bustling student hall, the range of options for Belfast student accommodation ensures you'll find a space that feels like home. With the Belfast, Northern Ireland region offering such diverse options, your ideal student home is closer than you think. Here are the top options for student accommodation in Belfast:

1. Little Patrick Street
2. Nelson Place
3. Great Patrick Street
4. The Edge
5. Alma Place
6. Aster House
7. LIV Student Belfast
8. Bradbury Place
9. Botanic Studios
10. Vita Student Bruce Street

Cost of Living in Belfast

Understanding the living expenses in Belfast is crucial for students planning their budget while studying in the city. As an essential aspect of student life, the cost of living greatly influences a student's financial planning and lifestyle choices. On average, students can anticipate a monthly cost of living ranging around £1,200 -  £2,000 in Belfast. However, the estimate excludes the rent for your student accommodation in Belfast. The estimation helps navigate expenses and choose the most suitable Belfast student accommodation:

1. Food & Groceries: £200 - £250 monthly
2. Transportation:  £55 - £100 monthly
3. Utilities (including internet and mobile): £120 - £150 monthly
4. Clothing: £50 - £100 monthly
5. Sports & Leisure: £40 - £80 monthly

Student Travel Belfast

Belfast student accommodation ensures you're well-placed to take advantage of these transport links, making your academic and social life in Belfast truly dynamic and hassle-free. For students seeking convenient and well-connected Belfast student accommodation, Belfast offers affordable and accessible travel options. The city's extensive transportation services ensure that students can navigate with ease from student accommodation in Belfast accommodation to educational institutions and various points of interest within the vibrant city. Some of the choices to commute from your private student accommodation Belfast are:

1. Buses: Operated by Translink, the Metro service offers frequent buses throughout the city, ideal for swiftly reaching destinations like the American Musical Theatre Academy (Belfast) and other academic institutions. Buses run every 10-15 minutes during peak hours, with fares starting at around £1.60. For students, Smartlink and yLink travel cards offer discounted travel up to 1/3 of the cash fares, making the bus a cost-effective choice.

2. Trains: Northern Ireland Railways connects Belfast with other Northern Irish towns and cities. The train is a great option for trips to the suburbs or nearby cities, with student discounts available on fares when a yLink card is presented. Trains are less frequent than buses but offer a faster alternative over longer distances. The average cost of commuting via train from the student accommodation in Northern Ireland comes to around £2.50 per journey.

3. Bicycles: For the eco-conscious student, Belfast Bikes provides an affordable and health-conscious way to get around. With over 40 docking stations in the city, it’s convenient to pick up and drop off a bike near most Belfast student accommodation options. For occasional users, a three-day bike access costs just £5.

Student Lifestyle and Living in Belfast

Belfast, a city steeped in history and brimming with youthful energy, is an inviting tapestry for students looking for excellent private student accommodation Belfast. Renowned for its friendly population and compact size, Belfast offers a warm, secure, and student-friendly environment. The vibe here is lively yet comfortable. To add to the happiness, most of the places of interest fall in the vicinity of the options for student accommodation in Belfast. The Cathedral Quarter, with its cobblestone streets, is the city's cultural heartbeat and offers a range of cafes and bars where students can unwind after a day of studies. Meanwhile, Botanic Gardens provides a serene green space for picnics and casual strolls. Just a stone's throw away, the Queen's Quarter boasts trendy coffee shops like Common Grounds, where students can sip on artisanal coffee and bond over coursework.

For those in search of a lively night scene, the pubs along Dublin Road and the student-friendly establishments at Bradbury Place are hotspots for weekend revelry. The Empire Music Hall is a particular favourite, offering everything from live music gigs to comedy nights, ensuring students are well-entertained. Additionally, the annual Belfast Film Festival and the Belsonic Music Festival bring a splash of culture and fun, adding to the breadth of student life here. Those residing in student flats in Belfast find a city ripe with opportunity, brimming with intellectual stimuli, and a rich social fabric that makes their student years unforgettable.

Belfast Tourist Attractions

Belfast, a city steeped in rich history and culture, is a vibrant destination with an array of attractions that draw visitors from across the globe. From the legendary Titanic Belfast to the picturesque grounds of Belfast's castles, every corner offers an opportunity to discover something unique and fascinating, complementing the experience of students seeking Belfast student accommodation.

1. Titanic Belfast
2. Ulster Museum
3. Belfast Castle Estate & Cave Hill Visitor Centre
4. Botanic Gardens
5. St. George's Market
6. Belfast City Hall
7. Crumlin Road Gaol
8. Grand Opera House
9. Peace Walls

Universities in Belfast

Belfast is home to some of the most prestigious and respected universities, attracting students from all over the globe. Finding the ideal Belfast student accommodation is crucial for a comfortable university experience. Explore the best options through Amber and secure your accommodation in Belfast for students conveniently:

1. American Musical Theatre Academy (Belfast)
2. Agri-Food and Biosciences Institute
3. Queen's University Belfast
4. Irish School of Ecumenics
5. Ulster University Belfast Campus

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