The Stunning Titanic Hotel Has Opened Its Doors In Belfast And You NEED To Go

Road trip to Belfast, anyone?

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We all love the Titanic movie and of course the devastating history behind the ship is something all Irish people are aware of since birth.

The Titanic is a big part of Belfast's history and the renowned Titanic museum is something that has really captured the story perfectly, and is a must see for any trip up north.

And now, The Titanic Hotel Belfast has opened its doors to the public over the weekend after two years of construction and we're falling in love with it already.

The luxurious €32 million hotel boasts 119 rooms and sits right next to Titanic Belfast. You even have views of the Harland & Wolff cranes from your window. 

You really cannot get any closer to such a historic site.

B&B rates start at £140/€153 per room, and they also offer packages with tickets to visit the renown Titanic Belfast museum from £180/€196 per room.

Take a look at some of the rooms for yourself. Gorgeous, aren't they?

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(images: Titanic Hotel Belfast)

The building incorporates the former Harland & Wolff Drawing Offices and the famous building has been carefully re-constructed to keep it as authentic as possible. And we must say, they did a cracking job.

An exhibition will be held in the hotel for six weeks where you will be able to book tours to learn more about the hotel's historic features such as the offices of former directors, the Harland & Wolff board room and the directors' entrance and lobby.

We reckon the hotel is going to be a big hit with both tourists and locals alike. 

Will you go and visit it? Let us know!

To view more of the hotel you can visit their website here.

(featured image: Titanic Hotel Belfast Website)

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Amy Bell

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