Enjoy three nights for the price of two at Titanic Hotel, Belfast
- Experience Belfast in Three Days with Titanic Hotel’s three nights for the price of two offer
- Explore the historic hotel and the surrounding Titanic Quarter including the Titanic Experience, just yards from the hotel’s front door and enjoy a hearty breakfast each morning (from £295.00/€347.00 per room)
- Book now at www.titanichotelbelfast.com
Award-winning hotel, Titanic Hotel, located in Belfast’s revived “Titanic Quarter” is arguably Belfast’s most historic hotel, boasting some of the World’s best architecture and design. Steeped in history, the hotel is located in the former headquarters of ship designers Harland and Wolff, who were behind the building of the Titanic.
Belfast has experienced somewhat of a revival in recent times, becoming an easy to reach, fashionable city break with lots to see and do. This autumn, you can take the hassle out of a holiday by choosing Ulster as your staycation break and really get time to relax with Titanic Hotel’s new three nights for two offer which includes breakfast each morning, starting at €347 per room.
Located just 90 minutes by car from Dublin, the Titanic Hotel and surrounding Titanic Quarter has nearby attractions such as a marina, the Titanic Mile, Titanic Belfast the exhibition, and lots of dining options at the hotel too, which is conveniently located in close proximity to the city centre.
About Titanic Hotel
Titanic Hotel Belfast recently won “Northern Ireland’s Leading Hotel” award for three consecutive years at the World Travel Awards, making it the perfect place to stay during any visit to the city. Located in the former headquarters of Harland and Wolff and home to the iconic dual Drawing Offices, with their three-storey high barrel-vaulted ceilings, these are the only surviving examples of this type of breath-taking shipyard architecture in the world. With 119 luxury bedrooms decked in an Art Deco nautical theme, stylish and innovative interiors ensure a perfect night’s sleep for all guests.
When you book two nights Bed and Breakfast at Titanic Hotel Belfast, you can now enjoy a third night compliments of the hotel! From £295/€347 per room, this is an unmissable offer for anyone wanting to experience Belfast and all it has to offer.
The Titanic Belfast visitor attraction should most definitely be your first port of call on any visit to Belfast. The Discovery Tour takes you through nine interactive galleries which tell the story of Titanic from her conception, through her construction and launch, to her maiden voyage and subsequent place in history. Titanic Belfast is located just metres from the Titanic Hotel’s front door, what could be handier!
If you are keen to explore Belfast, the most fun, convenient (and cost effective) way to get around is by bicycle. There are plenty of Belfast Bike hire locations dotted around Titanic Quarter. A cycle around Belfast’s Maritime Mile, a nautical mile around Belfast’s stunning historic waterfront, is the perfect way to spend a sunny day. Keep an eye out for the six Glass of Thrones windows along the Maritime Mile which depict some of the most iconic scenes from the hit HBO series, Game of Thrones.
Belfast is a thriving city, bursting with culture and life however, it is no secret Belfast has had a troubled past. If you are curious to find out more out about ‘The Troubles’, what better way than to learn from a local who has experienced them first-hand. Black Taxi Tours viewing the city’s murals and peace wall can be booked directly through Titanic Hotel Belfast’s concierge team. They can even arrange free collection to and from the hotel entrance.
There is certainly no shortage of exciting things to do in Belfast; whether it is hitting the high street shops in Victoria Square, sampling local dishes on a food walking tour through the city or soaking up arts and culture in the Ulster Museum – there really is something for everyone to enjoy.
Where To Dine
After taking in the sights and sounds of Belfast city, take a moment to unwind and relax in Titanic Hotel’s Wolff Grill restaurant. Nowhere else in the world can you enjoy fine dining with views towards the spectacular Titanic Belfast building and historic slipways where Titanic and her sister ships Olympic and Britannic were constructed. The menu has been meticulously crafted by the hotel’s talented chefs, in order to create mouth-watering dishes, just bursting with the freshest of ingredients and local produce. It should come as no surprise to anyone who has had the pleasure of dining there, the restaurant has been awarded Ireland’s Hotel Restaurant of the Year for its second consecutive year.
With Titanic Hotel Belfast’s three for two offer, this is your opportunity to discover Belfast’s Titanic Quarter and all it has to offer!