Luxury boutique hotel located in Belfasts city centre
Located on Great Victoria Street in the city centre, the Fitzwilliam Hotel Belfast is ideally situated for those looking to get the most out of the many attractions on offer within the Northern Irish capital.
This luxury hotel consists of 131 guestrooms all of which have been decorated and furnished with the finest materials and comfort fully in mind. Designer fabrics and linens adorn beds whilst lavish amenities ensure guests individual needs are accommodated.
En-suite bathrooms include a bath and sunflower shower as well as mist-free mirrors, hairdryer, and plenty of cosy towels. The bedroom itself features LCD television with on-demand movies, iPod/MP3 stereo speakers as well as complimentary internet access. Certain rooms also include ergonomically approved workstations for those visiting the city on business or those that like to write home.
Those visiting Belfast for business can also make use of the hotels conference and function rooms that have been designed to accommodate the needs of todays businessperson. Between two and 55 delegates can be catered for. State-of-the-art audio-visual equipment and a personal planner are just two of the features on offer for those electing to work here.
Visitors can enjoy dining at the hotels restaurant which rather uniquely includes communal tables, perfect for those looking to meet new people. Those less inclined to dine with strangers can request private dining or visit the hotel bar which also offers a range of meals. Food is locally and sensibly sourced, with a team of chefs striving to make the best in international and traditional cuisine.
The bar offers guests at the Fitzwilliam Hotel Belfast a stunning range of drinks, including a selection of more than 700 liquors and spirits. Bar staff are expert cocktail technicians, putting on a show whilst preparing the drink of choice. Not just a place to spend a quiet moment, the bar is a destination in itself.
Away from the hotel, guests are able to visit many of the citys tourist attractions and venues with minimal fuss. The Grand Opera House should be on any list of places to visit, and being that its beside the hotel its not too difficult to find. Offering a range of performances including comics, musicals, plays, and seasonal pantomime, the Opera House is a fine location to visit.
Belfasts historic buildings and museums can easily form the basis of an enjoyable tour of the city. The citys cathedral, City Hall, the Ulster Museum, and the Lanyon building at Queens University Belfast are just the tip of the iceberg. Speaking of which, the Titanic Quarter is a rejuvenation project in the Belfast Harbour area that is set to include a special Titanic themed attraction.
Elsewhere the city has a whole host of restaurants, bars, pubs, and venues. Those looking to enjoy some live music may want to visit the Odyssey Arena or the O2 Belfast. Nightlife in the city is particularly lively, and in some places, rather boisterous. However, returning to the lavish luxuriousness of the Fitzwilliam Hotel Belfast is sure to lead to a comfortable and quiet nights sleep.