You don't get much more downtown or contemporary than this fashionable boutique hotel (a former post office) right behind City Hall. The Neoclassical facade hides a serene interior with a trendy bar and a Grill Room serving breakfast, lunch, and dinner. The bedrooms are minimalist-Asian in style—with king-size beds in all rooms topped with white duvets, and soft armchairs to sink into. Lovers will opt for the Romantic Break Package that offers a rose-petal turndown,
chilled champagne, and chocolate truffles—all for £160 in a superior guest room. It also offers a History of Belfast Package and an Experience Northern Ireland break which as well as hotel accommodation and dinner, includes tickets to sightseeing tours of some leading visitor attractions.
Feb 24, 2006
A city with real zest but a hotel that doesn't quite manage to achieve its aims. Noisy, needs some refurbishment and possibly some mature staff sensitive to the needs of business travellers. Could do better.
Nov 30, 2004
WOW!!! Belfast has arrived and Ten Square makes the trip so worthwhile. Amazing rooms and beds to die for. I slept so well I asked where to buy one. Amazing bar and reataurant on the ground floor and Porcelain restaurant upstairs was divine. The staff were so welcoming.Well done Ten Square and well done Belfast. You are now on the map!