Treat yourselves to a two night getaway and discover the story behind one of the most famous events in modern history with this One Night 4* Belfast Break and Visit to The Titanic Experience for Two. The two of you can enjoy the finest of Irish hospitality with two nights at the distinguished Europa Belfast. Located in the heart of the city, it's the perfect base for exploring the bars, theatres, restaurants and more within Belfast's thriving cultural scene. The hotel exudes a contemporary yet refined charm, with tastefully designed and comfortable bedrooms, a chic bistro, a piano lounge, bar and more. It's hosted an impressive list of famous figures throughout its history, securing its place as one of Belfast's most esteemed hotels. Each morning of your stay will begin with a delicious full Irish breakfast, perfect for fuelling the day's adventures. See the story of the Titanic recreated as never before with an unforgettable interactive Titanic Experience. Situated in the very place where the cruise ship set sail in 1912, you can tour the shipyard, walk the decks, and experience a unique insight into the events that remain famous over 100 years later.
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On your arrival at Europa Belfast, you'll be warmly greeted at the reception before receiving the keys to your Queen Double or Superior Twin/King room. From there, the surroundings are yours to explore. Whether you fancy simply relaxing in front of the TV on the hotel's famous King Koil 'cloud beds', checking out the chic bistro, bar and piano lounge downstairs, or heading out to the bustling city streets on your doorstep, there's plenty of variety to keep you entertained. Each morning of your stay you'll be served a delicious full Irish breakfast. When you want to head out for your Titanic Experience, simply pop down to the hotel reception, who will issue your tickets for you. Get ready for an unforgettable interactive experience: tour the shipyard and the decks, marvel at the iconic architecture, and discover the story behind one of the most famous events in history.