Fitzwilliam Hotel Belfast
“City centre boutique hotel” - AA Inspector
- Social distancing and safety measures in place
- Follows government and industry guidelines for COVID-19
- Signed up to the AA COVID Confident Charter
All Staff have been provided with face masks, Face shields and a personal Hand sanitising spray. All guests rooms are fogged on departure, and left for an hour before staff member enters to clean the room in full PPE. Once the room has been cleaned and set, the rooms is fogged again before being sealed for guests arrival. All guest bedrooms are provided with hand sanitising wipes and individual bottles of hand sanitiser for their use during their stay. Gloves are available and disposable mask for guests on request.
Our Inspector's view
Next door to the newly restored Grand Opera House, the swish Fitzwilliam Hotel makes a fine city-centre base. Decked out in warm, contemporary colours and local artwork, the elegant restaurant features both sharing tables for groups, and more intimate booths. As for the food, expect steak, venison, salmon, duck, hake, pizzas and paninis, with a pre-theatre menu for opera-goers.
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Facilities – at a glance
- Steps for wheelchair: 2
- Open all year
- Dinner served from: 5
- Dinner served until: 9.30
- Cuisine style: Modern
- Vegetarian menu
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About the area
The capital of Northern Ireland since 1920, Belfast is a solid Victorian city with many surprises in store. Although historically it has been at the centre of the Troubles and the well-documented conflict between Republicans and Unionists, today it’s a pleasant, peaceful and friendly European city.
It was built largely on the sea trading, shipbuilding and textile trades, with large public buildings that sit grandly amid fading red-brick terraces and commercial premises. Parts of Belfast are a bit shabby, but it’s modernising quickly along the River Lagan and around the heart of the city. Even in the less touristy areas there is plenty of life and atmosphere. Belfast people are generous with their time and help; they may speak with black humour and they enjoy conversation. The city is very easy to negotiate and there are a number of green and pleasant ways to get around: on foot or by bicycle, on one of the frequent city buses or cruising along the River Lagan on a boat.
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