Malmaison Hotel, Belfast

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Template:Infobox hotel Malmaison Hotel Belfast is a listed building in the town of Belfast in Northern Ireland county of County Antrim.


It is built in what were two seed warehouses from the 1860s, retaining some original features including iron pillars and beams and carved stone gargoyles. It has 64 rooms, in bordello style, two rock’n’roll theme suites, and a bar and brasserie. It caters for meetings and conferences for up to 22 people. Before becoming the Malmaison it was the McCausland Hotel.

Marylebone Warwick Balfour (MWB) bought the Malmaison boutique hotel group in 2000. In 2004 it bought the McCausland Hotel in Belfast, and reopened it as the Irish Malmaison in December that year. It included two rock’n’roll suites designed by managing director Robert Cook.


The Malmaison offers both luxury suites and super suites. Breakfast can be included with room service.

See also

  • Malmaison (hotel chain)



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