Titanic Hotel Belfast
Titanic Hotel Belfast, formerly Harland & Wolff Headquarters and Drawing Offices, is the hotel that history built. Guided by the maritime history and culture of this shipbuilding location, the hotel building remains true to its story.
Drawing Office One can host functions for up to 300 guests and is housed within one of the breath-taking cathedral-like vaulted offices where many of the world’s most famous ocean liners were designed, including RMS Titanic. A dedicated arrivals space is ideal for pre-function drinks and entertainment in a separate bar area and offers the perfect reception and business destination. Smaller events and meetings can be catered for in one of the five Heritage Rooms named after the designers and managers who spent their working lives there. The accommodation comprises of 119 Art Deco inspired, nautical themed bedrooms featuring streamlined Art Deco furniture and a nod to the maritime history throughout, with hanging ship’s lanterns, riveted panels and unique artwork in every room. The bedrooms and public spaces are a mix of genres, with preserved historic features, and contemporary artworks and decorations. The restoration of this Grade B+ listed building is now a shining symbol of Belfast’s golden age and the city’s status as one of Europe’s leading visitor destinations today.
|Drawing Office One||240||120||250||300||300||N/A||338m2|
|Thomas Andrew’s Office||10||N/A||N/A||15||10||10||N/A|
|Mr Payne’s Office||10||N/A||N/A||N/A||N/A||8||N/A|
|Lord Pirrie’s Office||30||N/A||N/A||N/A||40||14||N/A|
|The Chairman’s Office||30||18||18||N/A||54||20||N/A|
|The Telephone Exchange||N/A||N/A||N/A||N/A||N/A||6||N/A|