Best Western Crescent Townhouse Hotel
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13 Lower Crescent, Belfast, Co. Antrim,
Ms Theresa McGourty
T: (028) 9032 3349
F: (028) 9032 0646
Discreet, intimate and friendly, the Crescent occupies a perfect location on cosmopolitan ...
Tucked away in the heart of the bustling Queen’s Quarter of Belfast, the historic BEST WESTERN Crescent Townhouse Hotel is within easy access to the city centre and trendy shops as well as some of Belfast's finest bars and restaurants. The Hotel is located opposite the Botanic Railway Station, offering convenient transport from the crossing between Lower Crescent and Botanic, connecting to the Central Station of Belfast. The city airport lies only 1.5 km away from the BEST WESTERN Crescent Townhouse Hotel.
The Hotel features traditionally decorated rooms with comfortable, modern amenities including a flat-screen TV and free Wi-Fi. The Suites are decorated in traditional Victorian style fitted with dark Mahogany canopy beds, floral drapes, antique wing armchairs and a roll top bath and walk-in shower. You can enjoy a movie in the Library Room by selecting a DVD of your choice from Reception.
A wide range of food is served at the hotel’s restaurant, the AA Rosette Award Winning Metro Brasserie, which includes specialities made with locally sourced ingredients. The Metro Bar offers a sample of the local nightlife with weekly live entertainment.
The BEST WESTERN Crescent Townhouse Hotel is within walking distance of some of Belfast’s historical landmarks, popular visitor attractions which include the Titanic building, featuring galleries and exhibitions narrating the story of the world-famous ship. Guests can enjoy a variety of nightclubs, bars, and pubs within 5 minutes’ walk from the hotel. The Empire, one of the finest live music bars of the city, is only 100 yards away. The Odyssey, featuring shows and concerts, is less than 2 miles from the hotel.
Metro Kitchen offers Classic Belfast cuisine with a modern Metro twist. You can sample a range of local dishes, all produced from locally sourced ingredients, for example,
Bourbon Cured Glenarm Salmon with Guinness wheaten or Beef & Belfast Stout Pie with mash and roast vegetables.
It's a firm favourite for those passionate about food and wine, wanting to experience a traditional, yet modern meal.
Metro Kitchen is bright, lively and sophisticated. The striking modern interior blends wine-bar ambience with brasserie elegance.
Mon - Fri 12 Noon – 3 pm (Food served in Metro Bar)
Mon - Sat 5.30 - 9.30 pm
Sun 5 – 9 pm
Metro Bar - LIVE MUSIC, GREAT CONVERSATION, SPECIALITY DRINKS Metro Bar is Belfast’s landmark venue for “must try” Gin cocktails & platters to share. The weekend’s play host to a variety of live bands, starting off every Friday tea-time with Jackie Rainey from 5.30-7.30pm. You can enjoy a live band every Friday and Saturday night. Metro Bar is popular with not only residents but also non-residents.
Lunch is served from 12-3pm and a platter menu is available every evening from 5-9pm’