Titanic Hotel Belfast named Northern Ireland's Leading Hotel for the 7th time.

Tuesday, 30 April 2024
Titanic Hotel Belfast front

For the seventh consecutive year, since opening in 2017, Titanic Hotel Belfast has been awarded the most sought-after title of ‘Northern Ireland’s Leading Hotel’ at the World Travel Awards 2024. Renowned as the most prestigious and comprehensive in the global travel industry, the World Travel Awards acknowledge, reward and celebrate excellence and are recognised globally as the ultimate hallmark of industry excellence.

Elated to receive such an award while celebrating 7 years in business, Adrian McNally, General Manager of Titanic Hotel Belfast, said: "We have achieved incredible success despite the challenges the hospitality industry has faced in recent years. I am extremely proud of the team in delivering outstanding customer service and for working tirelessly to live up to Titanic Hotel Belfast’s leading hotel status every day. The fact that we have managed to retain 25% of the original workforce during some of the most challenging times for our industry in our lifetime is testament to the privilege of being part of the team at Titanic Hotel Belfast."

“I would also like to thank Harcourt Developments for their unwavering commitment to Titanic Hotel Belfast and for continuing to invest in our accommodation and public spaces, enabling us to provide visitors with a truly unique experience when visiting Titanic Quarter. This World Travel Award is for the people of Northern Ireland who still believe in us and who have voted for us to win the title of ‘Northern Ireland’s Leading Hotel’ for the sixth year in a row in line with our sixth birthday!"

Titanic Hotel Belfast is located in the former headquarters of Harland & Wolff, builders of Titanic, featuring 119 luxurious bedrooms with Art Deco nautical style. It boasts the world renowned Harland & Wolff Drawing Office which has been restored to its former glory and dates back to the 1880s when it was home to the design of many of the world’s most famous ocean liners, the creation of the ‘floating hotel’ and influenced the design of many of today’s cruise ships.