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1 Night for Two in Superior Double with Breakfast and Attraction Tickets at 4* Titanic Hotel Belfast £115 with code via Groupon
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1 Night for Two in Superior Double with Breakfast and Attraction Tickets at 4* Titanic Hotel Belfast £115 with code via Groupon

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Now cheaper using code HELLO20 which reduces to £115 - works on a new account
Lovely hotel this, newly constructed directly beside the Titanic Museum in the Titanic Quarter of Belfast (pictured). This offer gets you one nights stay in a superior double, breakfast for two, and tickets to an attraction, either;

  • W5 Science Park
  • Titanic Belfast or
  • The Wee Tram Tour (City tour)

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Nestled in the heart of Titanic Quarter, a popular leisure destination in Northern Ireland, the four-star Titanic Hotel Belfast welcomes guests to enjoy unique accommodation and explore the vast art and heritage collection that the hotel’s owners created in collaboration with museum institutions, historians, artists, and private collectors. Staying at the hotel, guests can step into the history of the world’s most famous liner at its birthplace.

The hotel features 119 luxury bedrooms that boast numerous vintage decorations and combine Art Deco and nautical themes. Guests can feel the touches of history thanks to hanging ship’s lanterns, riveted panels and some maritime artwork set in each room. The rooms come fitted with en suite bathrooms featuring geometric floor tiles and high-pressure drench showers. There are also flat-screen TVs and a Wi-Fi connection.

Fine dining experiences may be also enjoyed at the hotel’s award-winning restaurant, The Wolff Grill. The venue offers views over the Titanic Belfast building and the famous Slipways, and serves up an extensive menu based on locally-sourced produce. Guests are also invited to The Harland Bar, famous for its bespoke cocktails and unique ambience. The bar comes decorated in Art Deco and Art Nouveau travel posters. Those keen on spending some relaxed tea time with friends can also opt for a traditional afternoon tea served in the Drawing Office Two or the upper Presentation Room.

Cancellation Policy:

No modification or cancellation allowed after booking confirmation. Bookings are non-refundable and non-transferable to another destination once confirmed.

Validity:

Valid Sun-Fri from 19 May to 31 Aug 2019. Excluded dates/periods: 24, 26 May; 9-10, 14, 19, 21, 25-26 Jun; 11, 15-21 Jul; 2, 4, 9, 19, 23, 30 Aug 2019.
Price for 2 people.

Booking:

Must book by 31 Jul 2019.
Mandatory booking required. Check availability before booking.
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deleted221122605/06/2019 18:23

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Stayed in it just after it opened and yes the rooms are nice. Though downsides are kinda just what you did, popping in for a looksie, try that when a cruise ship has just came in!

Putting this deal into perspective, some of the pricing on food and drink are mad in it (Didn't mind - I wasn't paying but still!). Breakfast is £20 and a ticket to Titanic Belfast is £19, makes this a very cheap deal! I wouldn't bother eating in it as it's very small portions and overpriced. W5 unless you got kids, don't bother, The Wee Tram tour, not heard good reports either, if wishing to do a couple of things, I'd take the Titanic ticket and book the bus trip either from a random internet deal (normally someone has one) or just walk up and pay.

For anyone flying into George Best Airport, it's only a short taxi ride away, flying into Belfast International, take the airport bus into Belfast and it's within walking distance, or ask bus driver which stop is the easiest and cheapest to get a taxi from (probably from outside Castlecourt would be the cheapest stop).
Don't come over July....
gidsterc05/06/2019 21:42

Not the parade, but the riots and trouble which ALWAYS occurs during this …Not the parade, but the riots and trouble which ALWAYS occurs during this time:https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2018/jul/12/northern-ireland-orange-order-parades-12-july-amid-violence-belfast-derry


Those protastents, upto no good again
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I have a sinking feeling about this it may go as cold as a iceberg....
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deleted221122605/06/2019 18:23

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Stayed in it just after it opened and yes the rooms are nice. Though downsides are kinda just what you did, popping in for a looksie, try that when a cruise ship has just came in!

Putting this deal into perspective, some of the pricing on food and drink are mad in it (Didn't mind - I wasn't paying but still!). Breakfast is £20 and a ticket to Titanic Belfast is £19, makes this a very cheap deal! I wouldn't bother eating in it as it's very small portions and overpriced. W5 unless you got kids, don't bother, The Wee Tram tour, not heard good reports either, if wishing to do a couple of things, I'd take the Titanic ticket and book the bus trip either from a random internet deal (normally someone has one) or just walk up and pay.

For anyone flying into George Best Airport, it's only a short taxi ride away, flying into Belfast International, take the airport bus into Belfast and it's within walking distance, or ask bus driver which stop is the easiest and cheapest to get a taxi from (probably from outside Castlecourt would be the cheapest stop).
deleted221122605/06/2019 18:47

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Ohh, I thought it was that other one that does the City Centre and Falls/Shankill, back and bottom killer it is!
Sand Crawler
Kankan10105/06/2019 19:31

Sand Crawler



Actually have been to that filming location also
Just let it be known this hotel doesn't have car park facilities.
Don't come over July....
Stephen_Thompson05/06/2019 19:40

Just let it be known this hotel doesn't have car park facilities.


They have an arrangement with the Titantic Centre across the road for reduced price overnight car parking.
ciaranj05/06/2019 19:42

Don't come over July....


I'm visiting Belfast in July. Anything I should know?
MonkeyMan9005/06/2019 19:55

I'm visiting Belfast in July. Anything I should know?


Lots of parades / marches -the 12th
valian05/06/2019 20:08

Lots of parades / marches -the 12th


Thank you. I'm visiting 21st to 24th so hopefully be ok
Benodet05/06/2019 19:54

Because of the rain?


It rains continuously in Belfast, you get used to it.
ciaranj05/06/2019 19:42

Don't come over July....


Don't put people off for no reason.
Took our boy to the Titanic museum last year and stayed at the Premier inn in the same area.


In that area you also have the SS Nomadic (Titanic tender - included in titanic ticket iirc?), the W5 Science park is brilliant for kids (better than the Bristol one and also a bit better than Techniquest in Cardiff IMO). Also HMS Caroline is a bit further up.

Game of thrones was filmed in the studios in the same area?

We were there for two days and did not get much out of the Titanic quarter - as mentioned above easy distance from George Best Airport.


Well worth a visit.
MonkeyMan9005/06/2019 19:55

I'm visiting Belfast in July. Anything I should know?


Are you serious? Have you never seen the news in the last 30 years...

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Bought this , says pending on my account, how long do you normally have to wait before you can book actual dates at hotel?
gidsterc05/06/2019 21:32

Are you serious? Have you never seen the news in the last 30 …Are you serious? Have you never seen the news in the last 30 years...[Image]


Why would a parade be on my local news in England.
gidsterc05/06/2019 21:42

Not the parade, but the riots and trouble which ALWAYS occurs during this …Not the parade, but the riots and trouble which ALWAYS occurs during this time:https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2018/jul/12/northern-ireland-orange-order-parades-12-july-amid-violence-belfast-derry


I've never once seen anything about this on my local news and I watch it most evenings and keep updated on sky news app. It doesn't bother me as Belfast is still a safe place to go.
MonkeyMan9005/06/2019 21:46

I've never once seen anything about this on my local news and I watch it …I've never once seen anything about this on my local news and I watch it most evenings and keep updated on sky news app. It doesn't bother me as Belfast is still a safe place to go.


Safe enough , but the 12th July is the biggest march, so avoid that as the roads, shops and tourist attractions mostly get closed.
gidsterc05/06/2019 21:52

Safe enough , but the 12th July is the biggest march, so avoid …Safe enough , but the 12th July is the biggest march, so avoid that as the roads, shops and tourist attractions mostly get closed.


Thank you. Glad I didn't book for then lol. I won't let religion get in the way of a great time.
Lovely hotel and the museum is fantastic. Bargain.
narstar05/06/2019 20:55

Don't put people off for no reason.


But it's a cesspit in July, there's a very big reason not to touch the kip for the first fortnight of July.
MonkeyMan9005/06/2019 21:56

Thank you. Glad I didn't book for then lol. I won't let religion get in …Thank you. Glad I didn't book for then lol. I won't let religion get in the way of a great time.


You're sounding a bit green on it and that's not a good thing in July...
gidsterc05/06/2019 21:42

Not the parade, but the riots and trouble which ALWAYS occurs during this …Not the parade, but the riots and trouble which ALWAYS occurs during this time:https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2018/jul/12/northern-ireland-orange-order-parades-12-july-amid-violence-belfast-derry


Those protastents, upto no good again
juicedtothegills05/06/2019 23:28

But it's a cesspit in July, there's a very big reason not to touch the kip …But it's a cesspit in July, there's a very big reason not to touch the kip for the first fortnight of July.


No, it's not a cesspit in any week in July. There are certain areas, over certain periods during the day where there will be marches - but this is part of the culture for Protestants. It's nothing to be afraid of. If you are staying overnight in the Titanic then there will be nothing around there and you probably will head into town where there will be no issues either. If you head into East Belfast then you may come across a march over the 12th but all it will do is disrupt your travel for a short period of time.
gidsterc05/06/2019 21:42

Not the parade, but the riots and trouble which ALWAYS occurs during this …Not the parade, but the riots and trouble which ALWAYS occurs during this time:https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2018/jul/12/northern-ireland-orange-order-parades-12-july-amid-violence-belfast-derry


Calm down, do you even live in Belfast?
narstar06/06/2019 12:08

No, it's not a cesspit in any week in July. There are certain areas, over …No, it's not a cesspit in any week in July. There are certain areas, over certain periods during the day where there will be marches - but this is part of the culture for Protestants. It's nothing to be afraid of. If you are staying overnight in the Titanic then there will be nothing around there and you probably will head into town where there will be no issues either. If you head into East Belfast then you may come across a march over the 12th but all it will do is disrupt your travel for a short period of time.


It is though, it's that much of a cesspit that restaurants and businesses close for those weeks and a good bit of the population gets out of the city.

Best just to stay away from the place around then, don't want people leaving with a bad impression...
The open top bus tour is fascinating.
juicedtothegills06/06/2019 12:19

It is though, it's that much of a cesspit that restaurants and businesses …It is though, it's that much of a cesspit that restaurants and businesses close for those weeks and a good bit of the population gets out of the city.Best just to stay away from the place around then, don't want people leaving with a bad impression...


Restaurants and businesses close? It sounds like you don’t actually live there. You make it sound like there’s widespread trouble and the whole place closes down for weeks.
Belfast in July sounds quiet compared to Glasgow on old firm day.
juicedtothegills06/06/2019 12:19

It is though, it's that much of a cesspit that restaurants and businesses …It is though, it's that much of a cesspit that restaurants and businesses close for those weeks and a good bit of the population gets out of the city.Best just to stay away from the place around then, don't want people leaving with a bad impression...


You don't even live in Belfast, mate.
stockdam06/06/2019 12:40

Restaurants and businesses close? It sounds like you don’t actually live t …Restaurants and businesses close? It sounds like you don’t actually live there. You make it sound like there’s widespread trouble and the whole place closes down for weeks.


He doesn't live in Belfast.
juicedtothegills06/06/2019 13:04

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You don't live in Belfast, though, so you don't actually see it first hand. Yes businesses close, because it is a bank holiday. Some food places close if they are on the routes of the parades but it is an occasion for part of the community here so if you own a business then that's your holiday period too.

Yes, a lot of people choose to get out of Belfast over those dates (again, it is a holiday so that makes sense, right?) And of course there is trouble but it's not that bad at all, you can still function and go about your day to day business. If you want it to affect your day then it can, and it sounds like you would go out of your way to get annoyed by it. The issue I have is when people try and put other people off of visiting Belfast by trying to scare them for no apparent reason. If you gave information on what does happen for people to be aware then that I think is fair. But you realise there are 300,000 people living in Belfast and we all don't just hide away in our houses over the July fortnight.

It must be really bad in Omagh, though, for you to feel this way.
narstar06/06/2019 13:26

You don't live in Belfast, though, so you don't actually see it first …You don't live in Belfast, though, so you don't actually see it first hand. Yes businesses close, because it is a bank holiday. Some food places close if they are on the routes of the parades but it is an occasion for part of the community here so if you own a business then that's your holiday period too.Yes, a lot of people choose to get out of Belfast over those dates (again, it is a holiday so that makes sense, right?) And of course there is trouble but it's not that bad at all, you can still function and go about your day to day business. If you want it to affect your day then it can, and it sounds like you would go out of your way to get annoyed by it. The issue I have is when people try and put other people off of visiting Belfast by trying to scare them for no apparent reason. If you gave information on what does happen for people to be aware then that I think is fair. But you realise there are 300,000 people living in Belfast and we all don't just hide away in our houses over the July fortnight.It must be really bad in Omagh, though, for you to feel this way.


I do live in Belfast you mess, but you play inspector clouseau and check my deals to assume that's where I live
gidsterc05/06/2019 21:32

Are you serious? Have you never seen the news in the last 30 …Are you serious? Have you never seen the news in the last 30 years...[Image]


That picture is not even Belfast. It’s Kilkeel, County Down.
plague06/06/2019 13:55

That picture is not even Belfast. It’s Kilkeel, County Down.


I know, but I couldn't find a Belfast one...
MonkeyMan9005/06/2019 19:55

I'm visiting Belfast in July. Anything I should know?


Avoid the 12th July as Orange Lodge Parades. Sadly can be trouble in interface areas, none near this hotel but does bring people down here. Also lots of restaurants and shops close. Has got better over past few years but not the best time to see Belfast unless you are into OL parades. Very nice hotel but it is very expensive so I'd avoid eating in it. Hotel bit out of city centre but not so far that couldn't walk to Cathedral Quarter which has lots of very nice bars and restaurants. Bet bet if flying is City Airport. V good deal op.
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