Titanic Hotel Belfast
Situated in the heart of the Titanic Quarter, the world's most authentic Titanic hotel. The transformation of the legendary Harland & Wolff headquarters and spectacular Drawing Offices is now complete. Belfast's newest four star deluxe-hotel offers an unforgettable experience for anyone visiting Northern Ireland on business or for pleasure.
This unique luxurious 119 bedroom hotel has been created in the former headquarters of Harland & Wolff, builders of the RMS Titanic.
The luxurious bedrooms have iconic views, whether its facing the Harland & Wolff cranes Samson & Goliath or views of Titanic Belfast.
Titanic Bar & Grill, located in Drawing Office Two, is the perfect place to enjoy all-day dining. Elegant and chic with timeless surroundings, Wolff Grill is home to exceptional fine dining, created by Chef Nigel and his talented team using only the finest ingredients.
Steeped in history, the hotel is a unique location for conference, business seminar or that special occasion. It features 6 heritage rooms to choose from, each with their own unique tale to tell. One of the rooms was even the office of Thomas Andrews, naval architect of the RMS Titanic.
The restored dual Victorian Drawing Offices, with their three story high barrel shaped ceilings, are the most important surviving examples of this type of architecture in the world. The perfect and unforgettable venue for your special event.
Shop until you drop with Titanic Hotel Belfast's fantastic Festive Shopping Break from just £139 per room. Spend the night in their nautical themed bedrooms, park for free for 24 hours, enjoy a glass of Prosecco each on arrival to the stunning bar and enjoy a Titanic breakfast the following morning.
This offer is available from Monday - Thursday.
Terms and conditions apply. Offer subject to availability. Offer includes one night's accomodation, free parking for 24 hours, one glass of prosecco per guest on arrival at the bar and a Titanic breakfast the morning after your stay. Offer only applies from Monday - Thursdays between Monday 30 November to Thursday 28 December.