Student housing block next to Ulster University’s new Belfast city center campus to be converted into tourist accommodation by the Warren Group

Affordability, minimalist decor and original design are the hallmarks of the new tourist accommodation in the Cathedral Quarter.

The stylish new accommodation that will open in Belfast’s booming Cathedral Quarter this spring could cost guests as little as £ 45.00 per night – without skimping on quality.

The new central 45-room “The Quarter” by Warren Collection property on Donegall Street offers extremely affordable hotel rates in the city center without compromising on comfort or design and is slated to open in March.

This is the city’s second project to be announced by the Warren Collection following the successful opening of Number 11 – boutique accommodation renovated to retain many of the original features of a heritage Victorian townhouse on the road Malone.

The Quarter will offer a unique offering that combines affordability, clean and minimalist decor, original design features, clever storage facilities, state-of-the-art media, with 24-hour front desk services, lounge and laundry facilities as well as a self-service cafe offering breakfast, snacks and drinks.

With the aim of developing hotel properties in other UK destinations, Managing Directors David Warren and Mark Docherty are the Belfast-based business partners behind the two concepts.
David Warren said, “NI is renowned for their hospitality and great sense of humor so it’s fantastic to be able to announce this latest investment and help make this part of the world an even better place to live, socialize. and visit.

“At The Quarter, we’ve combined smart design with new technology to create an upscale environment while delivering great value for money. Hotel rates don’t have to be excessive to ensure visitors have the best user experience.

Mark added: “Belfast is a prime location for the Warren Collection. In normal trading days, it has a strong influx of international visitors. Even with the current travel restrictions in place, the city has character; a tangible and growing vibe also popular with domestic visitors.

The latter company will appeal to both vacationers and business travelers. It is located in one of the liveliest areas of the city, known for its lively bars, restaurants and cafes, close to major tourist attractions and excellent travel and transport links.

For more information contact:
Marc Docherty
E: [email protected]
M: 07747450034


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