Bullitt Hotel In Belfast Officially Opens Its Doors
The Bullitt Hotel in Belfast, run by the Beannchor Group and costing £4 million, has officially opened its doors.
The 43-bedroom hotel, named after the classic Steve McQueen film, has its own 68-seater restaurant, three bars, a courtyard garden, an espresso bar as well as a private event room that can host up to 50 people, reports the Irish Independent.
Beannchor Group boasts a portfolio of 50 hotels, restaurants and bars, including popular chain Little Wings Pizzeria and the AA 5-star rated Merchant Hotel.
Cost of rooms start from £120 with hotel features including an open kitchen that uses a bespoke Asador Grill to serve meats such as Noble House Irish Wagyu beef and smoked lamb rump, has Ireland's only Kees Van der Weston coffee machine, a ski-themed bar and a courtyard sculpture based on Jameson barrels.
The hotel describes itself as "shooting from the hip, our no-nonsense philosophy means we've ditched the over-the-top extras so that we can deliver a quality service with no hidden costs".