Grand Central Hotel Belfast
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Grand Central Hotel Belfast

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Grand Central Hotel Belfast

Part of Katie's Belfast landmarks series.

  • A4 (210mm x 297mm)
  • A3 -(297 x 420mm)

Other sizes also available as print to order - get in touch to find out more. 

The name Grand Central Hotel Belfast refers to two separate hotels at different locations in the city. The first opened in 1893 and was converted to a military barracks in 1972, before being demolished in the late 1980s. The second is a converted office building nearby, previously known as Windsor House, which was converted to a hotel and opened on 20 June 2018.
The second Grand Central Hotel was originally constructed as Windsor House (officially known as 9-15 Bedford Street), a 23-story, 80 m high-rise building on Bedford Street in Belfast, Northern Ireland. The building was the tallest storeyed building in Ireland before being surpassed by Obel Tower (also in Belfast) and stands at 85 metres (262 feet) tall, with 23 floors.
Following a £30m refurbishment, the new hotel opened on 20 June 2018 as the Grand Central Hotel.