See inside Belfast’s newly opened Titanic Hotel in the former shipbuilder offices
Following almost two years of restoration, Belfast’s much-anticipated Titanic Hotel, situated in the former offices of Harland & Wolff Drawing Offices and Headquarters has opened its doors to the public.
Costing £28 million, the 119-room hotel has been designed to honour the work of the famous shipbuilder as well as the history behind the RMS Titanic itself.
The Drawing Offices stand prominently at the front of the hotel, one housing the hotel’s bar and lounge, and the other which will be the hotel’s ballroom and heritage experience. Drawing Office One will house a temporary six-week exhibition from opening, which tells the story of the conservation and construction of the buildings and hotel.