Description

A truly quintessential hotel in the heart of Belfast's Cathedral Quarter, where Victorian grandeur meets the stunning elegance of Art Deco.

The Merchant Hotel has been awarded Northern Ireland's Leading Hotel at the prestigious World Travel Awards 2017.
Situated in the heart of Belfast city centre's historic Cathedral Quarter, the grandeur of the original Grade A listed building is complemented by an elegant Art Deco inspired wing with a multitude of exciting amenities. These include a stunning luxury spa, a rooftop gymnasium with panoramic city views, a dedicated meeting and events suite and a fabulous jazz bar.
The Merchant Hotel is also home to the exclusive fashion boutique, Harper. As Northern Ireland's only stockist of Valentino, Celine and Christian Louboutin of Paris, Harper at The Merchant Hotel is a must visit for every fashionista.
Due to its prime location, The Merchant Hotel is a short distance from a host of visitor attractions including Victoria Square Shopping Centre, the Ulster Museum, City Hall, the Titanic Quarter, Belfast Waterfront and the Odyssey Arena.
Merchant Hotel
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16 Skipper Street
Belfast,
Belfast.
BT1 2DZ

Top Reasons To Visit

  • Belfast city centre's only AA 5 Red Star hotel
  • Exquisite fine dining in The Great Room Restaurant.
  • Live jazz seven nights a week in Berts Jazz Bar.
  • Award winning cocktails in The Bar.
  • Exemplary service throughout.
  • The Spa at The Merchant Hotel

    The Spa, which is open to non-residents, features:

    • five private treatment rooms
    • a luxurious hydrotherapy area with hydro pool, rock sauna and aroma steam room
    • Champagne nail bar
    • luxury dining facilities.

Relax and Indulge from £220 per room at The Merchant Hotel

Relax and indulge yourself with The Merchant Hotel's luxurious accommodation and dinner package.

Available from 01 Apr 2018 until 31 Oct 2018

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