Europa Hotel is a modern 4-star hotel that enjoys a prominent central location in the bustling and historic city of Belfast. This towering and impressive hotel is a dominant landmark in the city, built on the site of the former Great Northern Railway Station. It is well suited for exploring the local attractions and places of interest. This most iconic hotel in Belfast has welcomed many notable guests through its doors, and is the preferred choice for celebrities when visiting the city.
This hotel extends the same welcoming and personal service to their guests as they do to visiting dignitaries and celebrities, establishing it as one of the most established hotels in the city. A very popular choice for those visiting the city, owing to its lively atmosphere, understated grandeur and central location.
The luxurious guest rooms are tasteful and spacious, they are stylish and enjoy a modern vibe but, above all are comfortable and welcoming. The individually designed rooms have a modern and elegant decor with neutral colours and dark furniture, they are well equipped and feature all modern conveniences. There are some extra touches added to ensure an overall enjoyable visit, such as the luxury bedding and elegant wall coverings. Some of the rooms have lovely scenic views.
The elegant and contemporary bistro Causerie offers a formal dining experience. This trendy establishment has a lively ambience and is open throughout the day and serves fine cuisine comprising of traditional and continental specialities, prepared using the finest local produce. The wine list has something to accompany all its restaurant offerings.
The traditional Lobby Bar is full of charm and character, as well as being lively and welcoming. There is pub grub available and the menu features a selection of lighter meals, offering a more casual and relaxed dining experience. It hosts live music on Saturdays, soulful jazz melodies play in the afternoon with the evenings being taken over by traditional Irish music.
The sumptuous Piano Lounge is located on the first floor and is a relaxing place to chill out, it overlooks the hustle and bustle of Great Victoria Street, whilst serving up an impressive selection of delicious cocktails. Afternoon Tea an age old tradition can be savoured here. There is also a delicious selection of hot and cold dishes available during the day. There is a resident pianist on a Friday and Saturday evenings.