The Fitzwilliam Hotel Belfast in Belfast, Northern Ireland
With a locale as Irish as its name, The Fitzwilliam Hotel Belfast boasts a chic, modern exterior, five-star facilities, and a warm, inviting atmosphere in the charming northern coast of Ireland. Situated near the Grand Opera House along renowned Great Victoria Street in an urban metropolis, this brilliantly designed hotel provides a contemporary feel in a classic setting. 130 elegantly designed guestrooms include a space for every type of travel, from Executive Rooms for travelers on the go to ultra-luxurious Penthouse Suite, outfitted with a private butler, computer controlled lighting, and sumptuous Italian furnishings. A part of the LVX collection of Preferred Hotels & Resorts, even the smallest details at The Fitzwilliam are handled with precise care. An attentive, but unobtrusive staff ensures all your vacation needs are met, while each room is supplied with all the comforts of your dream home.
As home to the area's most celebrated eatery, Fitzwilliam Hotel's restaurant provides a delightfully refreshing spin on communal dining. The Restaurant's labyrinths of tables are flanked by deep rose chairs and elegant crystal, while the inspired menu is sure to please. It's location in the heart of the city means The Fitzwilliam Hotel is ideally situated for a romantic stroll through Belfast's cultural exhibits, restaurants, shops, and pubs. If you would rather stay closer to "home" enjoy the local color in the city's most exciting, lively, and entertaining spot: the bar. Known as a local "watering hole," guests and natives alike gather there to cheer on the home teams. Just relax and take it all in, everything you need is available with a hint of extravagance at The Fitzwilliam Hotel Belfast.
Location of The Fitzwilliam Hotel Belfast
Nearest Airport: BFS
Amenities for The Fitzwilliam Hotel Belfast
- General Information
- Ecologically Sustainable Practices
- Private Dining
- On-Site Amenities
- Fitness Center
- In-Room Amenities
- In-Room Safes
- Complimentary WiFi
- City Tours
- Meeting Rooms
- Business Center
Reviews for The Fitzwilliam Hotel Belfast
We were helped by extremely friendly staff from check in to check out. The concierge helped us park our rental car and helped us get the car at check out, all in all excellent service, in a very central location. It's a beautiful hotel, very stylish and furnishings were of a high quality. We had an executive room and the bathrooms were spacious and well-decorated. Bed was very comfortable and the coffee and tea making facilities were basic but complete. The only slightly negative comment was that we expected for a 5-star hotel to have a more extensive breakfast spread, and it was frankly quite limited (only 2-3 types of bread, limited selection of cold cuts of meat, fruit section limited to berries for yoghurt and some melons). All in all it was a very pleasant stay, we'll come back when we are in Belfast again!
jwo_77 - Geleen, The Netherlands
I had a wonderful stay at the Fitzwilliam. The staff were always more than happy to help, the room was luxurious and spacious, the breakfast was a nice continental range of food and I really just can't complain at all about anything! Fantastic stay and I'll be returning!
533danielleo - Liverpool, United Kingdom
This is a modern hotel, with rooms designed in the fashionable style with lots of dark brown and black-and-white Fret patterns which are not restful. The designer needs to focus on useful things like putting power outlets where you need them (at the desk not in the passageway). That said, the room was luxuriously appointed with a turndown service, nice towels, a shower room and a bath. I wondered what the pixie nightlight and box of matches in the corner of the bath was for - power cuts? Romantic bath experiences? There is a computerised mini-bar so don't remove a bottle just to look at it! The tea-making kit was well appointed except for milk. (Too complicated to put fresh milk in a computerised fridge and yes I know I could have picked up the phone and ordered some) Avoid the restaurant, which I hope to review separately and will only talk about breakfast here. A designer has provided long refectory-style tables with weird pointy chairs or fixed benches in alcoves that are too narrow. Cold food is buffet-style and the fruit was cut into squares immersed in a clear sweet gloup. I could not eat it. Hot food has to be ordered and it cane promptly. I was reminded that one of the many great things about the island of Ireland is the bacon. Given the luxurious appointment of the room, the price was very fair.
Rupert T - Framlingham, England, United Kingdom
We stayed here for one night in a delux room. We cannot fault this hotel at all. The room was spotless and we were lucky enough to have a room that overlooked the city. The reception staff were very friendly and helpful as were the staff on the concierge. The city itself was lovely with loads to do and easy to get around. I would highly reccommend this hotel to stay in
Stayed at this hotel for a business trip. Fortunate enough to stay in room 702 which was stunning! On the corner so had wall to ceiling windows on 2 sides of the room. Open plan bedroom with doors that open up the bathroom. Very comfy, stylish and all the amenities! Was on the noisy side but they provide ear plugs so all good. Breakfast nice and plenty of choice. Staff were very helpful and friendly- especially Gerard the consierge. Good location- very central
Louise F - Welwyn Garden City, England, United Kingdom