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We visited the cocktail bar at this hotel on a weekday afternoon. It was still busy, but the staff were very helpful in seating our group of 6 together. The cocktails were delicious and they have a large choice at under £10. We had a...More
I had afternoon tea at the Merchant Hotel recently and it really was a lovely experience. The surroundings are amazing and you really are transported back in time. The staff are very efficient, courteous and attentive. There are a number of teas to choose from...More
We loved this hotel & felt we made the very best choice for our stay in Belfast. Whilst pricier than the competition it does stand out & rooms are by all accounts the biggest in town. It is an imposing, handsome building, a former bank,...More
I stayed at the merchant withy wife for our 20th wedding anniversary last weekend
From the moment we arrived we where made to feel special
We had afternoon tea which was beautiful
Then we got our room which was a Victorian deluxe
Hotel wasn't cheap...More
Very luxurious room, breakfast was superb and the residents bar is one of the best we have experienced. Location is ideal for shops and nightlife and the staff at the hotel could not be more friendly or helpful. Will definitely stay again.
Response from James7455 | Reviewed this property |
Hi Laura not sure if you have been but the reason for the noise is that its an old listed building so the owner's would have been restricted in the work to the property for sound proofing. The Art Deco section won't have... More
Hi Laura not sure if you have been but the reason for the noise is that its an old listed building so the owner's would have been restricted in the work to the property for sound proofing. The Art Deco section won't have such a problem as its brand new and the owner does a great job at most things. Enjoy your stay