Titanic Hotel Belfast, a Domestic Bliss

Tuesday, 17 December 2019
nat geo traveller award
Christmas has come early for the team at Titanic Hotel Belfast which has won the Domestic Bliss award at the highly prestigious National Geographic Traveller Reader Awards 2019. The winners were announced during a ceremony at The Montcalm London Marble Arch on 4th December.

Adrian McNally, General Manager at Titanic Hotel Belfast said “we are absolutely delighted to have won this nationally recognised award. The hotel was shortlisted by judges and voted for by readers. To have both industry experts and the public recognise Titanic Hotel Belfast as their winner is a huge achievement. I am incredibly proud of this win in recognition of our team who continually work hard to deliver exceptional levels of service to our guests.” 

Des Burke from Tourism Ireland attended the ceremony in London and accepted the award on the hotel’s behalf. Des said he was "delighted" and explained that "this award gives a fantastic platform for the hotel, generating awareness amongst travel writers and travel trade in Great Britain.”

Titanic Hotel Belfast was shortlisted alongside The Black Bull at Sedbergh, Cumbria and The Pig at Bridge Place, Kent.

Titanic Hotel Belfast is based in the former Harland and Wolff Headquarters and is renowned for its beautifully ornate Drawing Offices. After laying derelict for almost three decades the building was lovingly transformed and opened again as a hotel in September of 2017. The hotel has since become one of Northern Ireland’s most unique tourist attractions and is the world’s most authentic Titanic hotel.