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acityabode @ Titanic Quarter Belfast City Centre, Belfast, Belfast

acityabode @ Titanic Quarter Belfast City Centre
Queens Road
Belfast
Belfast

BT3 9DT

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Be among the first residents to stay in the landmark Titanic Quarter development on the actual site where the iconic HMS Titanic was built! These stunning one, two and three bedroom apartments are situated in the Arc building at the heart of the Titanic Quarter development, Belfast's most prestigious residential and commercial development. The apartments employ the latest in technology including a Jamo multi-room DVD and sound system with control units and output in each room and a full ventilation system with inbuilt heat recovery unit that precludes the need to open your windows. Whether you choose a one, two or three bedroom apartment, or one of the penthouses, you’ll enjoy a sumptuous sense of space and light with generous ceiling heights and great views from living rooms, balconies and fully glazed extended corner suites. All bathrooms enjoy a long deep bath, with integrated shower, while the en suites benefit from a spacious shower. Please note that Wifi Internet access, Travel cots, Guest beds, Hairdryers and Gym access are all available on request at time of booking (extra charge applies for travel cot, guest bed and gym access).

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