Northern Ireland’s capital makes for a surprisingly arty city break, with convivial and cosy pubs, elegant architecture and cutting-edge cuisine.
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Fitzwilliam Hotel Belfast
Belfast, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom (UK)|www.fitzwilliamhotelbelfast.com|
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There’s a palpable atmosphere of seduction from the moment you walk into the Fitzwilliam, with huddled conversations taking place by the warmth of the lobby fire, or by flickering candlelight in the cocktail bar. This is a place where people dress up for a pre-dinner gimlet, before heading out to soak up the Belfast nightlife.
This 146-room hotel is refreshingly spacious, with killer views of the city skyline from the higher floors and the restaurant, where you’ll have a great vantage point of the turquoise dome of City Hall, right around the corner.
This area doesn’t have the raucous charm of the Cathedral Quarter, but you still have some of the city’s best bars and restaurants on your doorstep, and some fantastic independent boutiques just a 2-minute stroll around the corner on Wellington Street.
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