Luxury hotel in the heart of the city
With world figures having been known to take rest within these hotel walls, it should come as no surprise that the Europa Hotel Belfast offers its guests a luxurious stay that focuses on comfort and quality. Its city centre location also allows for easy access to the North Irish citys many attractions.
Comprised of a total of 272 guest rooms, which includes 92 executive bedrooms and suites, this 4-star establishment offers visitors the best in peace and quiet. Each room is individually soundproofed ensuring that a good nights sleep is enjoyed by all. Thick duvets and fluffy pillows ensure this sleep is relaxed and comfortable.
Each room is equipped with an en-suite bathroom which is finished in glass, chrome, and ceramics adding further luxury. Walls are adorned with original art whilst the luxurious bed sheets come straight from the Ralph Lauren catalogue.
The hotel also features 16 conference rooms, including the Grand Ballroom which is one of the largest function halls in the country. Each different room adapts to the needs of the client as well as supplying all the necessary facilities to ensure meetings, conferences, seminars, and the like go off without a hitch.
The Europa Hotel Belfast provides several different dining settings for guests to enjoy. The Piano Bar offers a menu that combines traditional dishes with modern touches. The formal environment also sees a number of in-house pianist ply their musical trade as guests eat.
The Causerie is slightly less formal offering guests the opportunity to relax as they choose from a menu of light snacks and heart mains. The Lobby Bar is the final alternative. Here guests can rush in for some pub grub between seeing the rest of the citys delights. Its also an enjoyable venue to hunker down for an evening, with live entertainment often on the slate.
The propertys central location makes it readily accessible for those arriving in the city as well as those looking to explore the Northern Irish capital. Situated along the citys Royal Mile, the hotel is positioned next door to the Grand Opera House. Across the road visitors will find the Crown Bar, a historic tavern that holds National Trust status. For the record, its the only public house with this recognition.
The shopping district is within easy walking distance as is the entertainment district. The Odyssey Arena, found in the Titanic Quarter, hosts live sport, particular ice hockey, as well as pop and rock concerts. Its a favoured location amongst those visiting the city. The Titanic Quarter is an attraction in itself featuring riverside entertainment venues. A Titanic themed attraction is still under construction.
As well as all of this, visitors can enjoy usual city treats such as restaurants, pubs, nightclubs, theatres, and museums. Theres easily enough to keep you out on the street until the witching hour. Upon returning to the Europa Hotel Belfast, visitors should take the time to marvel at the exterior of the building itself particularly during the evening. The building cries out splendour from its every pore.