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A stay to remember at Titanic Hotel Belfast

Titanic Hotel Belfast situated on Belfast city’s Maritime Mile offers everything you’d expect from a stylish city centre hotel but a stay at Titanic Hotel Belfast will be so much more than you could imagine.

The striking art deco styling is evident on arrival in the spacious foyer so you know you are somewhere special but as you walk through the halls to your room, you will quickly realise that Titanic Hotel Belfast is a piece of living history.

Once the Headquarters of Harland & Wolff - builders of Titanic, the landmark building has been carefully renovated to retain many of the building’s original features. Vintage posters, rare historical photos and contemporary artworks are proudly displayed on walls throughout the hotel conveying the famous Titanic story.

The corridors to the guest rooms are carefully lit and the door to each guest room is gold and rivetted, reminiscent of the ship itself. Each of the 119 nautical themed rooms (including executive rooms and suites) boasts fine furniture, luxurious soft furnishings, king size bed with Egyptian cotton sheets and towels, bathrobes and slippers and of course, the modern conveniences of flat screen television, coffee machine and WIFI.

All the guest rooms have ensuite bathrooms with old fashioned sinks, drench shower, fluffy towels and Paul Costello toiletries (lush).

But it is the little touches like the hanging ships lanterns at the bedside, the rivetted panelling and the artwork that make these rooms unlike any other.

Of course, every part of the hotel honours Belfast’s maritime heritage and the Titanic story. The Wolff Grill restaurant is the new home of the Draughtsman’s Office, once upstairs in the Presentation room, where all work was overseen. It makes a fantastic focal point and conversation starter. The staff are always ready to answer questions from Titanic enthusiasts. The food in the restaurant is excellent with a menu using locally sourced produce, a very lovely wine list and views across to Titanic Belfast.

The offices of Thomas Andrews and other senior management of the time are restored and are available to hire for private meetings and dinners with the famous yellow cranes Sampson and Goliath visible from their windows (what a setting!!). You can even have a meeting in The Telephone Exchange with its collage of before and after photos of the now renovated building. Drawing Office 1 has a private bar and is popular for weddings, conferences and other events.

Take a guided Discovery Tour of the hotels heritage rooms to learn more or explore at your leisure with the Art & Heritage map (available to download from the hotel’s website).

Drawing Office 2 is the main bar area with light flooding in from the windows above. This space is something else! You’ll want to take time to marvel at the model of Titanic here… every detail captured.

And there is so much to do in the Titanic Quarter area! Walk the maritime mile with its many art installations (which look particularly lovely at night). The original slipways where Titanic was launched, Titanic Dock and Pump House, Titanic Belfast, SS Nomadic and HMS Caroline are just some of the other attractions right outside the hotel door.

A walk over the footbridge at SSE Arena takes you into the main shopping area of Belfast and you’ll find plenty of popular bars and restaurants in Cathedral Quarter for a night out and it’s only a 10- 15 minute walk (depending how often you stop to admire everything along the way).

Make it a stay to remember with the ‘Anchor Down for Autumn’ offer now available. Overnight stay for two, two course dinner, glass of prosecco and Titanic sized breakfast. From just £189 per night

Visit for all their current offers and further information.

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