Absorb the culture and history that Belfast offers whilst staying at this exceptional hotel with city centre location. The best of Belfast lies right on the doorstep of this fantastic hotel just waiting to be explored! With each room offering free tea/coffee facilities, plus a private bath and shower within the en-suite; why not indulge in a little luxury before and after exploring this energetic city! Also fitted with a TV, as well as a high speed internet connection to help plan your itinerary, not only are the rooms well equipped, they are also immaculate and well presented to make you feel welcome.
Staff are extremely friendly and always on hand to help you access some of the other hotel perks. These include: dry cleaning and laundry as well as conference rooms for any urgent business that needs to be dealt with.
With so many activities and attractions to choose from, Belfast really does have something to offer everyone. Why not begin your tour by visiting Belfast City Hall – an imposing Portland stoned and copper-domed building located in Donegall Square. Numerous sculpted figures and statues can be seen here, but one overshadows them all. At the forefront of the building stands Queen Victoria who first gave Belfast its city status in 1888. The commanding presence of Britain’s longest serving monarch, along with the surrounding imperial architecture celebrates Belfast’s traditions as a city famed for its engineering, ship building and rope-making. Guided tours can be arranged and picnic facilities are available to make this a fantastic family day out!
Other nearby empowering buildings include The Opera House and The Odyssey Arena. Whilst they differ in appearance (one is an elegant Victorian theatre, the other, an enormous, contemporary entertainment complex), what they both have in common is their ability to attract world famous musicians and artists. The Opera House was once graced by the powerful and emotional Pavarotti during his UK debut, whilst the Odyssey Arena has hosted some of today’s biggest names such as Rihanna and Lady Gaga. As both of these are situated within Titanic Quarter, visiting the location where Britain’s most infamous ship was built is also a must. Beautiful paintings document the life of a ship that still manages to capture people’s imaginations even today!
Of course because there are so many iconic attractions to see in Belfast, we know that wherever you go you’ll be leaving with a smile on your face!