The Orange Order has said it “deplores” the second attack on a Belfast Hall in as many weeks.
A number of paint bombs were thrown at the front door, gate and railings of Clifton Street Orange Hall, near Carlisle Circus in the north of the city, after 9.30pm on Monday.
It is the sixth time the hall has been attacked since July last year.
Belfast County Grand Master, George Chittick, condemned the actions of those responsible.
“We absolutely deplore the latest paint bombing of Clifton Street Orange Hall,” he said.
“Brethren in north Belfast are to be greatly commended for their resolve and fortitude, despite such blatant sectarian harassment and the stoking of tensions by republicans. Their quiet dignity stands in stark contrast to the mindless idiocy of those who simply have no respect or tolerance for a differing viewpoint.
“I would appeal yet again for calm and for such wanton vandalism to stop - once and for all.”
Mr Chittick also called for anyone with information regarding the attack to pass it on to the police.
The latest Clifton Street incident is the fourteenth reported attack on Orange property so far this year.
Last month, halls were attacked in Belfast, Newry and Fermanagh. A hoax bomb was also discovered in the grounds of Newcastle Orange Hall, Co Down.
Police said they are investigating the incident and have appealed for information.