The Harland & Wolff Drawing Offices, the earliest parts of these historic buildings, date from the 1880s and over the following 100 years played an important part in the design of many of the world’s most famous ocean liners, the creation of the ‘floating hotel’ and influenced the design of many of today’s cruise ships.
All bedrooms have a nautical personality with streamlined Art Deco furniture, hanging ship’s lanterns, riveted panels and maritime artwork. Exquisite furniture and interior decorations ensure a perfect night’s sleep for all the discerning guests.
Titanic Hotel Belfast is ideally located in the centre of the Titanic Quarter, an area transformed over the past decade into Northern Ireland’s premier leisure destination with numerous visitor attractions, heritage assets, restaurants and public spaces just metres from the hotel, making the building one of the best hotels in Titanic Quarter to explore the city. Guests can enjoy a rich variety of cultural and entertainment options within a short walking distance. From family visitor attractions to unique historic monuments, the Titanic Quarter has plenty to offer every age and inclination.
Enjoy heavenly food to die for at the Wolff Grill Restaurant one of the best places to eat in Belfast and catch up with friends over lunch at the Drawing Office 2. Guests can also relax and enjoy a beautiful cocktail at the Harland Bar, the newest cocktail bar in Belfast City.
This landmark building is now home to the world’s most authentic Titanic Hotel; where a warm welcome and an unforgettable experience awaits anyone visiting Northern Ireland. A visit to Titanic Hotel Belfast is infused with heritage and poignancy.