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05/08/2022

Belfast's Bullitt Hotel Reopens Following March Fire

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The grand reopening of Belfast's Bullitt Hotel has taken place just over four months after it closed due to a fire in March 2022.

Located in the heart of Belfast city centre, the four-star hotel has been redeveloped with exciting renovations, new rooms and menus.

Guests can enjoy some exciting new additions to the hotel, including the introduction of the brand new 'Biggy' Rooms, Bullitt's alternative version of a suite.

At 35sq m, Bullitt's Biggy rooms are fitted with a SMEG mini fridge stocked with complimentary drinks and snacks, a double walk-in shower and a Nespresso machine.

Speaking on reopening day, Beannchor Managing Director, Conall Wolsey said: "We are thrilled to see this day arrive and finally reopen the doors of Bullitt Hotel once again. The closure gave us some time to innovate and renovate parts of the hotel including upgrading rooms, menus, special offers and entertainment packages.

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"The Bullitt team is a close-knit community which was missed over the past four months, but we are delighted to have all staff back onsite again and ready to welcome the return of our much-loved and missed guests."

The reopening of Bullitt sees a return of Belfast's popular speakeasy, cocktail bar Rattlebag. Also making a comeback is the award-winning restaurant Taylor & Clay, which boasts an open kitchen built around an Asador wood-fired grill, on which the new menu was designed around.

In the Bullitt lobby, the Sound Advice Pop-up record display has been updated as well as adding a new pop-up magazine display, collaborating with local online lifestyle magazine store Iris, where guests can read, return or buy their favourites.

Bullitt Hotel is undertaking further renovations to its rooftop bar, which plans to reopen in the Autumn with some exciting changes and new concepts.

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