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Hastings Europa Hotel, Belfast, Belfast

Hastings Europa Hotel
Great Victoria Street
Belfast
Belfast

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This international 4 star hotel is superbly located in the heart of Belfast, convenient to the business and commercial districts, and ideally positioned amongst Belfast's entertainment and shopping areas. The hotel is a 10 minute drive from all major motorways and ferry and air terminals, with a rail link next door. Since its opening, the Europa hotel has reigned supreme among the capitalís meeting places, and the popular city landmark has become the choice of Presidents and Prime Ministers. This cosmopolitan hotel offers spacious elegance, luxury and style, proven by the fact that the Europa was the choice of President Clinton during his visits to Belfast in 1995 and 1998.

Having recently completed a major extension, with the addition of 56 new executive bedrooms the Europa now has a total of 240 bedrooms, making it the largest hotel in Northern Ireland. Each bedroom is exquisitely appointed and traditionally furnished offering guests the ultimate in comfort and style. Fine cuisine is on offer in the superb Gallery restaurant, and for more informal dining, the Brassiere serves a wide range of fayre 18 hours a day.

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