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GO Romantic in Belfast

Romantic Evenings in Belfast If you’re planning a weekend away, forget Paris and Rome and consider instead the delights awaiting you and your amore across the Irish sea.

Belfast is extremely popular with hen and stag parties, who flock to the many bars and nightclubs for their last taste of freedom, but there’s also a growing number of couples who are choosing to hop on a ferry and enjoy this stunning city.

Stay in style at somewhere exclusive such as the imposing McCausland Hotel [map], Victoria Street. The McCausland was once two dockside warehouses but has now been converted into a magnificently restored landmark. Every one of this hotel’s 60 rooms has been individually decorated, with rooms specially designed for disabled visitors and with rooms exclusively for women. The McCausland is poised between some of Belfast’s best historical landmarks and exciting new developments such as the Odyssey Arena [map].

Alternatively, book into a luxurious name you can trust. The Belfast Hilton [map], Lanyon Place, is one of Belfast’s most prestigious hotels and was a particular favourite of President Clinton on his visits to Northern Ireland during its troubles.

If you’re looking for a romantic building to ponder, much of Belfast’s community congregate around and inside the imposing Belfast Cathedral [map], Donegall Street, in the very heart of Belfast. This is one of the most visited free attractions in the city and is a really beautiful building, if you’re really lucky you might even see a wedding here or you can at least dream of your own once you step inside the ornate marble surroundings.

Treat the one you love to a romantic meal at the exclusive and expensive, yet stylish, Cayenne [map], located at Shaftesbury Square, which is owned by TV chef Paul Rankin.

Rankin has singlehandedly revolutionised Irish cooking and brings this exclusive Michelin-starred restaurant to hungry locals. Enjoy the delights of this contemporary restaurant and choose from a menu of top vegetarian fare, meat, local wild game and seafood dishes spanning east and west flavours.

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