Titanic Hotel Belfast: A Voyage into Elegance

ByAndrea Thompson

July 8, 2024

Located in the centre of Belfast’s Titanic Quarter, the Titanic Hotel is housed in the iconic Harland & Wolff Headquarters and Drawing Offices.

Harland & Wolff, once the most renowned shipbuilders in the world, were responsible for constructing the entire White Star Line fleet, including the infamous Titanic.

Dating back to the 1880s, the Drawing Offices exemplify innovative design and craftsmanship. Their three-story high barrel-vaulted ceilings stand as a unique testament to shipyard architecture around the globe.

Rooms & Suites

Exquisite design features such as plush, streamlined Art Deco furniture and nautical elements like hanging ship lanterns and riveted panels reflect the building’s history in the styling of the rooms. They boast super king beds, luxurious Egyptian cotton linens, and all modern amenities. The bathrooms feature old-fashioned sinks, fluffy towels, and geometric floor tiles.

The four superior suites, named after the ships Majestic, Canada, Oceanic, and Titanic, consist of a large bedroom and a separate living area. Many rooms offer views over the Titanic Quarter.

Art and Artefacts: The hotel doubles as a museum, showcasing an original collection of over 500 artworks, artefacts, and photographs that invite guests to step back into the ‘Golden Age of Ocean Travel.’

Restaurants and Event Spaces

There are two restaurants at the property, The Wolff Grill, led by the expert Executive Chef Nigel Mannion, presents Irish flavours with a unique twist and Drawing Office Two, a distinctive venue offering lunch, afternoon tea, and dinner.

Offering a distinctive setting for corporate events, business meetings, and weddings, it features seven Heritage Rooms with a variety of flexible spaces. The grand Drawing Office One, capable of accommodating up to 300 guests, is where the world’s most renowned ocean liners were conceived being the design room.

Additionally, the offices of the original Harland and Wolff Directors are available for smaller, more intimate gatherings.

Why Stay?

Adjacent to the Titanic Belfast visitor attraction, you’ll be immersed in the ship’s history and The Titanic Exhibition

The glittering, futuristic Titanic Belfast Experience awaits you. Housed in a striking building reminiscent of the ship’s hull, and costing £97-million.  This attraction takes you on an emotional journey through the Titanic’s story.

  • Boomtown Belfast: Discover the city’s bustling streets during the ship’s construction.
  • Shipyard and Launch: Step into the shipyard where the Titanic was built and witness its grand launch.
  • Maiden Voyage: Relive the excitement of the Titanic’s first voyage.
  • Sinking and Aftermath: Understand the tragic events of that fateful night.
  • Quest for the Titanic:  Learn about the ship’s wreckage and final resting place.

Whether you’re here for business or pleasure (bleisure), Titanic Hotel Belfast promises an unforgettable stay, a blend of maritime history, architectural marvels, and warm hospitality, Belfast has it all.