9:14 The Arc, 21 Queens Road, Belfast., Belfast, BT3 9FL, United Kingdom
The Arc 914 offers independent accommodation with balcony and free WiFi connection in Belfast, 150 metres from the Titanic Experience. Provides free parking.
The apartment has a living and dining area, flat screen TV with DVD player, 2 bathrooms with free toiletries and kitchen area with dishwasher and microwave. The accommodation is 500 metres from the Odyssey Arena and 9.6 kilometres from Belfast Castle. In addition, the rating of this accommodation is among the best in Belfast. Clients like it better than other accommodations in the area.
Couples love the location – they’ve put a 9.3 for two-person trips. This accommodation also has a very good score for the best value for money in Belfast. Customers make the most of their money compared to other accommodations in the same city.
A modern and beautiful apartment for four persons in a modern building at The Arc right in the heart of the Titanic Quarter in Belfast. Apart from two double bedrooms with double beds there is a also a fold-up bed available. Two bathrooms, one en-suite with a bath.
This luxurious self-contained two-bedroom apartment on the 3rd floor of the Arc building is situated within Belfast’s landmark residential and commercial development Titanic Quarter, which is the new “heart” of the city. Both the lounge and the master bedroom boast a floor-to-ceiling, full-width window and lighted balcony overlooking the famous Harland & Wolff twin Samson & Goliath shipbuilding cranes, icons of the Belfast skyline for almost forty years and landmarks of the site where the HMS Titanic was built. The apartment balconies are private and not overlooked by neighbouring rooms. One is accessible from one of the bedrooms, the other one is directly situated at the spacious and modern lounge area with open plan kitchen.
- Fully Equipped Kitchen
- Private Balcony
- Superb Views
- Modern Apartments
- Free Parking
- Convenient Location
- Free WIFI
- Sleeps up to 4
Belfast and Northern Ireland don’t disappoint. Lonely Planet and Fodors have named Belfast as one of the world’s must see destinations. The city’s Titanic heritage, top-class restaurants, hotels and shopping – not to mention stunning mountains and coastline just a short drive away – are all part of the appeal.
A vibrant arts and cultural sector exists with additional infrastructure added with the Lyric Theatre redevelopment and the Metropolitan Arts Centre (MAC).
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