One of the United Kindgdom‘s major cities and the capital of Northern Ireland, Belfast is a smallish but lively city, full of historical and culutral value. Nowadays, Belfast is known for its exciting events, great food, shopping spots and the friendliest people in all British Isles! If you’re headed there, take a look at our selection of fabulous hospitality projects in Belfast.
For a little Belfast class, visit Malmaison Hotel, where they have mixed a contemporary style with Titanic-inspired interiors in each room to give each visitor a taste of Belfast’s prided history. The hotel’s location on Victoria Street is the perfect distance from the City Centre and Cathedral Quarter – the home of cuisine, culture and nightlife every day.
South Belfast is full of quality lodgings, and Malone Lodge is no exception. Adjacent to the Queen’s University extended campus, this lodge is famous for attracting Pinterest weddings and couples who love the cosy atmosphere and luxury surroundings. Those who enjoy quiet weekends will love the deluxe suites, private lounges and outdoor seating areas, which ooze comfort and class.
THE MERCHANT HOTEL
The Merchant Hotel has a plethora of awards that speak for themselves. This five-star hotel is the winner of the International Hotel Awards Best UK Hotel, and the main attraction of Belfast’s Cathedral Quarter. Each room features décor in the style of the Art Deco era or with detailed Victorian interiors, while the five Victorian Suites are each presented with their own unique style, service and a four-poster bed. The Great Room Restaurant has a dinner menu like no other – an AA Rosette-winning menu from Chef John Paul Leake. Other extras include The Cocktail Room, Bert’s Jazz Bar and Champagne Lounge – you won’t want to leave this amazing hotel.
TEN SQUARE HOTEL
It’s all about location when you book with Ten Square Hotel, located south of Belfast City Hall in Donegall Square, the heart of the city’s shopping district. This boutique hotel will suit all travellers as it offers standard and budget rooms, along with several deluxe suites for those extra special weekend breaks.
THE CRESCENT TOWNHOUSE
You can’t stay in a more traditional boutique hotel than The Crescent Townhouse, located on Botanic Avenue, Belfast’s revered food and drink hub. Tucked inside a converted townhouse, this budget hotel has maintained the original wood panelling and channelled the original Victorian décor into each room, from the bedding to the drapes.
CULLODEN ESTATE & SPA
The Culloden Estate & Spa is the ultimate luxury boutique experience. Originally built in 1876, the Gothic mansion perfectly sits on the eastern side of Belfast Lough, where it receives shelter from Holywood Hills and a three-degree temperature rise in comparison to the central city. The hotel is a treat year-round, complete with beautifully decorated suites and a world-class spa, which will calm the storm in any busy life.
In each of their 32 rooms of Bullitt Hotel you will find a king-sized bed, clothes rail and rain shower, along with funky wooden décor and lighting. This cost-effective recent hotel gives visitor a breakfast goodie bag, filled with juice and granola. You can also enjoy breakfast in Taylor & Clay, a restaurant which reflects the hotel’s wood-cabin interiors and cool atmosphere.
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