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Europa Hotel
Great Victoria Street


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Superbly located in the heart of Belfastís city centre, this internationally renowned 4-star hotel offers luxurious accommodation, superb facilities and wonderful food. Close to all of the cityís business, entertainment and shopping districts, this cosmopolitan hotel offers spacious elegance, luxury and style. Having undergone major refurbishment, the hotel now boasts 240 exquisite rooms. With 25 new rooms open in winter 2008, the Hotel Europa will become one of Northern Irelandís largest and most luxurious hotels. The hotel is already a popular city landmark and the preferred choice of prime ministers, presidents and many celebrities on their visit to Belfast. The hotel is just a 10-minute drive from the cityís major motorways, ferry port and air terminals. Great Victoria Street bus and train station is right next door.

The Europa takes business, comfort and hospitality to new levels, with stylish, superbly appointed accommodation and impressive facilities. At the Europa Hotel, the aim is to ensure that guestsí stays are as enjoyable and hassle-free as possible. From the moment you arrive, the hotelís dedicated concierge team will take care of your every need. Whether you require information on transport and local attractions; or if you simply require assistance with your luggage, the concierge team will ensure your needs are met professionally and to the highest standards.

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