The Fitzwilliam Hotel Belfast
What We Love
- Crisp Egyptian cotton linens and duck-down duvets
- A clubby bar whose drinks bible has 700 entries and whose wine list is largely available by the glass
- An extensive and sophisticated room service menu, with decent choices available 24/7
What To Know
- Valet parking is available for $27 per day and must be booked in advance
- There’s no spa or gym
- The 300 bus from Belfast International Airport stops less than five minutes’ walk from the hotel
- Free WiFi
- Handicap Accessible
- Parking On Site
- Room Service
A high-design oasis in central Belfast, the intimate Fitzwilliam Hotel has 130 rooms thoughtfully adorned with designer textures and fabrics — think checkerboard print pillows and tufted velvet headboards — and super powerful “sunflower” showers (a bigger head than the standard rain shower). The Restaurant has a philosophy as straightforward as its name: communal tables where guests share meals prepared with local products. The super-sophisticated bar has copper-clad lighting, glimpse window and real crystal glasses to hold a variety of handcrafted cocktails and interesting international wines.
In the Area
The hotel is close to all sorts of tourist attractions and local pit stops and watering holes. The historic Grand Opera House puts on shows ranging from Michael Jackson tribute shows to kid-friendly productions of Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dream Coat. The Lyric Theater skews more contemporary, putting on groundbreaking productions for all ages. A few area restaurants are challenging the perception of Ireland’s cooking being limited to bland meat and two veg: CoCo aims to serve beautifully-presented comfort food and the Potted Hen is a critics’ darling.
How to Get There
great place to stay. very central location. great food fantastic service and very friendly and helpful staff.
would definately go back and recommend this place to stay. The bar and lobby area where warm and inviting and a place you could sit in all day!!
Professional and kind staff. Room was a cloud of comfort and cleanliness. Right next to the Opera House to see a show. The Ulster Museum is a walk away.
The experience of the Fitzwilliam and its staff breathed life into two tired travelers. The only place to stay in Belfast
An Excellent hotel in a very central location-very warm and friendly service,excellent food, nothing was a borther for the staff-I would definitely recommend this hotel to anyone wanting to stay in Belfast
Had a wonderful stay Breakfasts very enjoyable a very good menu ,Nothing was too much trouble for any of the staff ,Arrived back at the hotel very late after a busy day touring To find The bed turned back chocolates on the pillow Robes &slippers waiting low lights room smelt lovely plus low relaxing music on the radio A very comfortable bed beautiful bed linen ,It was much appreciated had the best sleep Bathroom had nice toiletries Every thing was perfect Thank you one and all 😀
Really nice rooms and great location. Staff are very helpful. Nice bar which had live music too which was really good. Parking available on site with a daily charge of £25 per day. The breakfast is the only slight negative...it is only average and not up to the standard of the rest of the hotel. Overall a great stay and would highly recommend for a trip to Belfast!