Hastings Grand Central is more than a hotel. It’s an ode to a city. Standing tall in Bedford Street, this impressive jewel fuses glamour and grandeur with a uniquely Belfast spirit.
Just as Belfast is at the heart of the Grand Central, the Grand Central is at the heart of Belfast. Set in the up and coming Linen Quarter, the hotel is a spectacular hub for exploring Titanic Quarter’s history or Cathedral Quarter’s charming cobbled streets, pubs and eateries.
Theatre buffs, shopaholics and historians alike will all be spoiled for choice, with a host of options right on their doorstep. Conveniently located for all transport access, the Grand Central is perfectly placed for every city centre endeavour – from business to leisure and everything in between.
The Grand Central Hotel houses the vibrant and contemporary Grand Café. This dazzling space, perfect for a long latte, bistro bite or simply a glass of Sauvignon has its own exclusive cosmopolitan vibe, with an understated and laidback coolness that’s countered by its spirited Belfast charm.
Seahorse Bar & Restaurant
Relax, wine and dine like never before in the exquisite Seahorse Bar & Restaurant. Quality exudes from every angle – from the phenomenal cuisine and cocktails to the lavish fabrics and fittings. The art deco nods, high ceilings and sense of space add a distinctive drama. The restaurant and bar feel bright at breakfast and mesmerizingly dreamy in the evening. The Seahorse Restaurant is the perfect backdrop for sumptuous Afternoon Tea or delicious dining and fine wines.
To be stunned, go to the sky-high 23rd floor. The Observatory is the Grand Central’s jewel. An awe-inspiring cocktail lounge with spectacular, unique views of Belfast and beyond. From pavement to panorama this is the tallest bar in all of Ireland and it makes for an extraordinary experience.
Information source: VisitBelfast