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Titanic Themed Hotel in Belfast

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The hotel is in one of Belfast’s true architectural gems, the former headquarters of Harland & Wolff, known locally as the Drawing Office. There are in fact two drawing offices here – at right angles to the beautiful sandstone facade. The first is now the Titanic Hotel’s largest function room; the second is the main bar. The hotel is operated by Harcourt Developments; an international property development company with over 50 years experience restoring and renovating listed heritage buildings. The 119-room hotel has been designed to honour the work of the shipbuilder and the majesty of RMS Titanic. It feature an Art Deco theme throughout and are equipped with a flat-screen TV. Tea/coffee making facilities are provided in each room.The rooms at the luxury hotel will offer spectacular views of Belfast’s rich shipbuilding history, from the Harland & Wolff cranes to the east to Titanic Belfast attraction and the slipways to the west.

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