The Fitzwilliam Hotel Belfast

Address: 1-3 Great Victoria Street, Belfast, Northern Ireland, BT2 7BQ, United Kingdom | 5 star hotel
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This 5 star hotel, located in the Golden Mile area of Belfast, is near Grand Opera House, Spires Mall and Conference Centre, Scottish Provident Institution, and Historical Pub Tours of Belfast.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Fitzwilliam Hotel Belfast

    Reviewed by tanyaboyer

    Lovely hotel

    Reviewed May 15, 2014
    by (10 reviews) , Australia Flag of Australia

    Staff very friendly

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

    TripAdvisor Reviews The Fitzwilliam Hotel Belfast

    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

    Travel Blogs from Belfast

    Crossing Borders

    A travel blog entry by shannon.dirrane on Feb 19, 2015

    42 photos

    ... and endless cliffs met by caribbean colored water. It is amazing.

    From the rope bridge we hiked back, and then made our way to a castle. It was crazy because half of the castle has fallen off due to erosion, so all of a sudden it just stops and you look down to very deep water. We then went to lunch on the water at an another amazing restaurant. Dessert was also provided and I decided to go crazy and chose the Banoffee Pie, which was ...

    The Trouble with Belfast

    A travel blog entry by benstevens on Feb 15, 2014

    15 photos

    ... I didn't like Belfast. It was cold and unromantic, it's buildings being either too gloomy like in the troubled areas, or too commercial in the centre. The city hall is of some interest, but it's neither grand or big enough to captivate the imagination like other cities, and it's streets weren't the glorious tangled mess of Galway or Dublin that I had instantly liked. I was glad we were leaving it, and right on cue we were shuffled back on the bus to Dublin.

    Four countries in one day

    A travel blog entry by jennymgg on Jun 20, 2013

    2 photos

    ... a few dents not mentioned, I went in to the office. It was 4.55pm and it was almost time for it to close. No one came to check the car. Instead they just had me mark down the problems and they initialed it. Just like that. Very trusting, the Irish. The sat nav proved a little bit of a problem. We had no idea how to use it. It took quite a while, but eventually I got it up and running, with our Belfast destination programmed in. But the next step was to give ...


    A travel blog entry by 3254l on Oct 04, 2012

    1 photo

    Today felt a lot nicer. Temperature was in the mid fifties and the sun was out. I took the information desk's advice and visited the city Hall. I was not expecting what i was about to see. It was huge!
    It was like Belfast's own little castle for a city hall. I decide to explore it beginning with the outside. There was a huge lawn full of people. ...

    Being an account of a few wee fight between giants

    A travel blog entry by alexandsonia on Jun 17, 2012

    10 photos

    ... Equally pointless is the 'prom' or the 'promonade' in one of the larger towns. This town is a retirement town, not too much happening, except on Sunday nights when people polish up their cars and come to drive their cars up and down the street. No joke. They do laps, and the street is one huge traffic jam. But that's okay because you have these trying to look tough teens 'going to the prom' every week. Just saying. There's also a wee bit of a dialect quirk in ...