Titanic Hotel Belfast

Titanic Hotel Belfast

Belfast, Northern Ireland

At a Glance

  • The Titanic Belfast hotel offers a fascinating and authentic insight into the Titanic, set upon the birthplace of its construction

  • The rare collection of memorabilia features over 400 pieces of artwork, photographs and artefacts

  • Enjoy fine dining at The Wolff Grill with views over the iconic Titanic Belfast building and historic slipways

  • The landmark building has a nautical theme with 1920s touches

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It is very difficult to predict the weather in Ireland - in the summer from May to late September is generally seen as the most pleasant time to visit. Rainfall is difficult to predict - but Ireland does not receive as much as many are led to believe! In the winters, temperatures do fall, but there is nothing better than finding a remote pub with a roaring fire to sit beside after a long walk in the country.

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Insider's View

The hotel feels like a museum in itself, I could have spent hours reading all the different plaques around the hotel detailing the historical significance.

Parts of the hotel look over the Titanic movie studios - during my visit I was lucky enough to see a set from Game of Thrones!

Staying at the Titanic Hotel feels like you are part of a history, it is wonderful simply to sit back and soak it all in.

Call us on 020 3993 4743 to start planning your holiday to Titanic Hotel Belfast or take a look at our itineraries to Ireland


Located in the heart of the Titanic Quarter, the inspiring Titanic Hotel Belfast offers an authentic glance into the iconic ship’s tragic history, showcasing over 500 artefacts and authentic memorabilia, transporting you back to the Golden Age of Travel.

The beautiful building of the Titanic Hotel Belfast sits in a bustling and vibrant area, just steps from the Titanic Centre. The location of the hotel is also a nod to the history of the Titanic, as it sits upon the site which was formerly the largest shipyard in the world, and the true birthplace of the Titanic. Featuring black and white checked floors, the white star in the centre of the lobby is representative of the building's previous owners, none other than the company responsible for the creation of "The Unsinkable" ship, White Star Line.

The hotel’s bedrooms showcase a fabulous art deco nautical theme alongside elements reflecting the design of the Titanic. Headboards clad with rivets, light fixtures reminiscent of the 1920s and décor themed around important White Star Line ships, built by Harland & Wolff, ensure that an authentic sense of place is felt in each room.

Dining options include The Wolff Grill, serving the finest locally-sourced ingredients from a team of award-winning chefs with impressive views of the Titanic Belfast building and slipways. The Harland Bar serves hand-crafted drinks and The Drawing Office Two features Villeroy & Boch tiles that once encircled the Titanic's swimming pool and first-class bathrooms.

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The hotel’s bedrooms and suites all have a nautical personality featuring hanging ship’s lanterns, riveted panels and maritime artwork. The bathrooms feature geometric floor tiles, traditional washbasins and drench showers.  Some rooms even feature views to Titanic Belfast, Titanic Quarter and even the Titanic Studios.

Superior King

Slightly larger than standard rooms, superior rooms have king-size beds and a small sitting area. The bathroom features a small rain shower.

Superior Titanic View

The Superior Titanic view rooms all enjoy views over the Titanic Belfast building. The bedroom has a king-sized bed and a small sitting area. The bathroom features a small rain shower.

Executive Room

Larger in size than the superior rooms, executive rooms feature a bath tub with overhead shower.

Deluxe rooms

The spacious deluxe rooms enjoy views over the Titanic quater and feature bathrooms with showers.

Junior Suite

Junior suites have a larger sitting area and are themed around the different White Star Line ships built by Harland and Wolff. Bathrooms contain either a bathtub with overhead shower or rain shower.

Superior Suite

The superior suites are the largest rooms in the hotel featuring a large sitting area and bespoke art pieces. Bathrooms feature either a bath tub with overhead shower or separate shower.


The Titanic for Kids package is sure to enchant any young visitor with a set-up including tents, s'mores, popcorn and miniature sailor packs. The restaurant also has a playful interactive children's menu and babysitting is available on request.


Dinner is served in the refined dining option of the Wolff Grill enjoying views over the Titanic Belfast building. Lunch and afternoon tea are served in the relaxed surroundings of Drawing Office Two.


  • Belfast & the Titanic

    Completely transformed in recent years, Belfast is now an exciting city with beautifully restored Victorian architecture, a superb culinary scene and music-filled pubs. At the heart of it all, the Titanic Experience is a must-see exhibit.

  • Glenveagh National Park

    Situated in the Northwest of Co. Donegal, Glenveagh National Park encompasses a remote tract of wilderness in the heart of the Derryveagh Mountains, ideal for walking and exploring.

  • The Cliffs at Slieve League

    The Cliffs of Moher are more famous, but Slieve League is considerably higher. These spectacular sea cliffs, particularly scenic at sunset when waves crash dramatically far below, are among the highest in Europe, and plunge some 2,000 feet to the sea.

  • The Magnificent Antrim Coast

    Northern Ireland’s Antrim Coast is justifiably famous for the Giant’s Causeway, a wonderful coastline and some of the most beautiful and most varied scenery in Northern Ireland.

  • Visit a Traditional Donegal Hand Weaver

    In Donegal, hand-weaving is a skill that has been passed down for centuries through the generations. This authentic experience allows you to meet and watch a traditional hand-weaver crafting world-famous Donegal tweed known for its warmth and durability.

Holiday Ideas

  • Grand Tour of Ireland

    Belfast, Antrim Coast, Donegal, Ashford Castle, Clare, Kerry, Cork & Dublin

    from £8100 pp inc flights & transfers for 14 nights

    • A comprehensive luxury private journey round the whole of Ireland
    • Discover the extraordinary beauty of Giant's Causeway, Connemara and Kerry
    • Offers the chance to enjoy Ireland authentically and off the beaten track in Donegal and Sligo

Location & directions

Belfast, Northern Ireland

Titanic Hotel Belfast is located at the heart of the Titanic Quarter surrounded by numerous heritage assets, restaurants and public spaces.

How to get there

Belfast City Airport is a 5 minute drive away from Titanic Hotel Belfast.

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