Tuesday December 1, 2020

Belfast building a reputation for fine hotels

Rooftop bars, celebrity chefs and opulence are to the fore as city skyline evolves to cater to booming tourism industry

24th June, 2018
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General manager Stephen Meldrum (right) celebrates the opening of the Grand Central, with concierge Jonathan Wade

The £53 million Grand Central Hotel, with 304 bedrooms, was developed by Northern Ireland’s largest hotel operator, Hastings Hotels, and saw the transformation of the plain-looking Windsor House office building in the city’s Linen Quarter.

Its new 22nd floor bar will itself become a visitor attraction, thanks to its views over the city and Belfast Lough. Hastings now has seven hotels in its portfolio.

In March, Dalata opened the four star, 237-bedroom...

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