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Last time we were in and saw the Drawing Room of the Harland & Wolff shipyard where the RMS Titanic was designed and built was when that was about all that was left of the original shipyard, its offices and drawing rooms. That historic remnant is now an hotel with modern adds on and extensions for rooms and event spaces. We popped in to see what they had done with and to the Drawing Rooms, one of which is now a large bar and dining space. We settled for a drink as service was slow. It is a nice place but rather gaunt in my view and characterless as a bar. And service was too slow to induce us to stay on and eat anything, even bar snacks.
My wife and i decided to call into the titanic hotel for coffee & scones, we were greeted at the door by the duty manager who showed us to our table and took our order for two scones and two coffees, the coffees arrived within five minutes but unfortunately no scones, we waited another ten minutes and still no scones, plenty of staff milling about including duty manager but none of them seemed to notice we hadn't been served despite serviettes and cutlery laid out in front of us, eventually we called a waitress over and told her to cancel the order as coffee was now finished, she apologised and didn't charge for coffees, still nothing whatsoever from the duty manager I don't even think he noticed us leaving.
Had dinner here on a recent stay in Belfast. Ate in the Drawing Office two which is very relaxed and has a lovely atmosphere (you cannot make a reservation just pop in and choose a table). The food was excellent and very well priced. Our waiter Tyler was very friendly and helpful and I could not fault his level of customer service. He needs to be commended. Would highly recommend that you eat here if you get chance.
If you're visiting the Titanic there is no point staying anywhere else. Look at it's website! It is to stay amongst history with some of the most welcoming and friendly staff that one could hope for. I would describe it as "gentle luxury" . And it's only 30 seconds from the Titanic Experience and on a good walk or bus route to the city.
I would struggle to find a fault, hotel beautiful, location excellent, staff very helpful and attentive and lots of staff on duty. Food excellent, cocktails wonderful. Great history to the building which is used well without turning it into a theme park. All around great visit and will go back.
Just visited for our anniversary. Grace at the front desk went above and beyond. Wonderful, classy service. A great place to stroll by the water, away from hectic town. Enjoyed Titanic museum -and added bonus: Game of Thrones studio across the street. Great breakfast and rooms, we will be back.
We stayed here for a weekend away with no kids since I have been wanting to visit this hotel since it had opened The staff really make this hotel. They were all so helpful and nothing was ever a problem. They really took care of us. We had dined in one night and went out the other and the food was delicious with a decent choice. There was a great selection for breakfast that would cater for most. I did struggle slightly as there didn't seem to be a gluten free bread option and there is a possibility that there was but it wasn't made visible. The only slight niggle that I had was when we came back from dinner on the Saturday night and heading back to room there was an empty bottle of wine in holder and empty glasses outside of elevator. I thought that someone had just left it there to get it out of their room and although the empty bottle was moved the next day, the dirty glasses sat there beside elevator and still there on the Monday when we checked out. It's no biggie but the in house staff were visible on both days and never moved it and if you are promoting a top class hotel small things like that should have been taken care of. Lovely hotel, fantastic staff and guaranteed to receive a warm welcome.
Stayed one night while attending an event at the SSE arena which is a five minute walk away. Our room had views over the Titanic building. Beds were so comfy, staff were very welcoming and breakfast was very good. If you like your history, there are lots of titanic and Harland and Wolf artefacts throughout the hotel.
Stayed in this hotel cost £180 for twin room only big disappointment was it did not include breakfast which I find for such a high price for room breakfast should be standard. Any visitors to this hotel Iam sure would expect breakfast.
Recent wedding in hotel paid £175 inc.parking and B&B Good points:Beautiful building, bright and airy tasteful decor throughout and a lovely wedding venue . Check in was efficient and quick Rooms were small but bed was comfy , this unfortunately is where the good points end and are seriously outweighed by the bad , A Saturday afternoon the main bar was busy but waiting 20mins to be served a drink is totally unacceptable and furthermore having to chase waiter for the bill before we could leave was again not good customer service. The food at the wedding was mediocre, soup was tepid , l like veg al dente but rock hard was standard for that day . Roast meat on some of the plates was medium rare not to everyone’s taste as was evident from amount of food that went untouched, desserts were lovely as was the buffet in the evening All that said l was looking forward to breakfast, probably one of the worst l have had in a 4* hotel Nothing appetising at all lifted lid of Bain Marie’s to what can be described as garage food, obviously cheap bacon which looked anaemic and had most of the water content sitting in white clumps on top of it, potato bread which was neither fried or toasted and scrambled egg floating in water all again lukewarm passed on all and thought continental will suffice, poor fruit salad nothing much in it other than apple,selection of 2 cheeses and some cold meat and to just to put top it off toaster was on other side of room so breakfast was a let down. On return to room opened curtains and window sills was covered in small dead flies so there are cleaning issues in there also and low and behold when l was leaving hotel noticed low on the window the hygiene , needless to say l won’t be back
Located in Titanic Quarter, Titanic Hotel Belfast is adjacent to Titanic Belfast and within a 15-minute walk of popular sights like SSE Arena (Titanic Quarter). This 119-room, 4.5-star hotel has a restaurant and a bar/lounge, along with free in-room WiFi.
Sit down for a leisurely bite to eat at the onsite restaurant, or enjoy a drink at the bar/lounge. Savor a meal from the privacy of your room with 24-hour room service, or get a pick-me-up at the coffee shop/café. Start each morning with cooked-to-order breakfast, available for a fee from 7 AM to 10:30 AM.
All of Titanic Hotel Belfast's 119 rooms are air-conditioned and have an array of amenities, including coffee makers, free bottled water, and safes. Guests can expect to find free WiFi and flat-screen TVs with satellite channels. Bathrooms offer hair dryers and free toiletries, and beds are dressed in premium bedding. Ironing boards and desks are also standard.
Guests staying at Titanic Hotel Belfast enjoy free WiFi in public areas, laundry facilities, and a banquet hall. Self parking is offered for GBP 15.00 per night. The 24-hour front desk has staff standing by to help with securing valuables, luggage storage, and tours or tickets.