Belfast’s Titanic Hotel now open for business

Belfast’s newest luxury opening, the 119-room Titanic Hotel is now open for business following a £28million investment.

The project, supported by £5million from the Heritage Lottery Fund, has seen the transformation of the former Harland & Wolff headquarters - builders of the Titanic – in the city's Titanic Quarter.

The building's Drawing Offices have been transformed and now house the hotel’s Harland Bar in one and a ballroom and heritage experience in the other.

There's also a 166-seat dining room, The Wolff Grill, with its own private dining area.

Kerrie Sweeney from the Titanic Foundation says: “As champions for the preservation of Belfast's maritime heritage, it has been a privilege for Titanic Foundation to work on this incomparable restoration project, made possible with support from the Heritage Lottery Fund and private investment from Harcourt Developments.

“Titanic Hotel Belfast is a wonderful addition to Titanic Quarter, and even more for the tourist industry here to shout about.”

The hotel has views across the Titanic Quarter, with the Harland and Wolff cranes to the east and the Titanic Belfast museum and slipways to the west.

Guestrooms range from Superior Kings to Junior Suites and a Penthouse Suite, with rates from £115 per night.