Soak up the atmosphere and history in a landmark in the the centre of Belfast, which now functions as a sumptuous hotel. Each one of the rooms is uniquely decorated and furnished to offer you tranquillity and comfort – enhancing your stay in this great city! With access to a television, an en-suite bathroom and a classy mini bar, this haven really does allow you to sit back and relax. If you fancy some fine dining then wander down to the restaurant – filled with delicious dishes and a fabulous array of wines tailored to satisfy your pallet!
The reception is open 24 hours a day should you require any assistance, and the polite and pleasant staff will always assist you with any queries, such as how to access the modem in your room. Staying in a landmark in the the centre of Belfast is an opportunity not to be missed.
Given the endless opportunities that Belfast offers, it is no surprise that you may struggle to narrow down an overflowing itinerary! Why not start by visiting must-see attractions and landmarks within touching distance of this hotel. One such place is Albert Clock, an impressive time keeper designed as a memorial to remember Queen Victoria’s late husband Prince Albert. Situated on Queen’s Square, this landmark is now surrounded by modern fountains and sculptures to offer you a perfect picture opportunity. Another milestone in Belfast’s history is close by, Belfast City Hall, another memorial, but this time to commemorate the great Queen Victoria herself, who first awarded Belfast its city status for its impressive engineering and ship building industry.
No visit to this city would ever be complete without visiting Titanic Belfast, a monument remembering Britain’s most infamous maritime disaster! Whilst you do visit this worthwhile attraction, be sure to also visit The Opera House or Odyssey Arena to view some more remarkable man-made structures that Belfast has created.
Slightly outside of the city but still nearby is a place of truly outstanding and stunning natural beauty, the Glens of Antrim. Comprised of 9 valleys that pour out to the coast, this picturesque gem of Northern Ireland is something that can only be experienced in person, as photos can never truly capture the awe-inspiring scenery. Another countryside jewel offering panoramic views of the natural beauty that Northern Ireland has to offer are the Mourne Mountains – suitable for anyone that loves hiking, mountain biking, or rock climbing.
These are just some of many places to visit, but whatever you decide on; we hope you’ll love Belfast as much as we do!