The Merchant Hotel (Belfast) Reviews
Description:Address: 35-39 Waring St / Belfast / BT1 2DY / Northern Ireland / Situated in the historical Cathedral Quarter of ... more
Newest Review: ... someone more senior would be in touch. Later that day I received a voicemail from a member of staff and was advised to send photos of the damage. I took some photos of the damage and emailed them to the hotel. I spoke to someone at the hotel at that point who assured me there would be a full investigation into how the damage had occurred which would involve speaking to the staff who dealt ... more
Customer The Merchant Hotel (Belfast) Reviews (2)
by - written on 26/10/10 (Useful, 78 readings)
We stayed in the newly completed part of the hotel in September and as I have frequented the hotel a number of times before I was looking forward to seeing what the new extension had to offer. Unfortunately what I experienced has meant I would be very reluctant to stay here again. Check in went smoothly and we were shown to our room which was decorated in an impressive art deco style. Overall the room was nicely decorated though I feel the room service menu in terms of price and the quality of the food we ate let it down slightly. The major problem came when we used the valet parking service (£15 a night). Unfortunately very shortly after my ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/04/09 (Very useful, 964 readings)
The Merchant Hotel Belfast is a luxurious 5 star hotel, situated on Waring Street in the historical and now very much up and coming, rejuvenated Cathedral Quarter of Belfast's city centre. The Hotel opened for business if I remember correctly towards the end of 2005. I actually worked in the building next to it for a few years with the window of my office facing into it so I was able to watch it transform bit by bit from being the derelict, former Ulster Bank building into the exclusive and popular hotel it is today. HISTORY: As I said above the hotel was purpose built as the Headquarters of the Ulster Bank building and was built about 150 years ago ... Read the complete review
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