Who owns the Merchant Hotel Belfast?
Bill Wolsey: Owner of The Merchant Hotel, Bullitt Hotel & Little Wing — Best Of Belfast.
Is the merchant hotel closed?
The Merchant Hotel Reopening 3rd July 2020
In light of the current Covid-19 pandemic, and in line with the latest government directive, The Merchant Hotel is closed temporarily, with a provisional reopening date of 3rd July 2020. If you have an urgent enquiry, please contact us on +44 (0) 28 9023 4888.
How much is afternoon tea at The Merchant Hotel Belfast?
Afternoon tea is available from £19.50 per person or add prosecco from £26.50.
How many rooms does the merchant hotel have?
The hotel has 62 rooms – with 21 original Victorian bedrooms, 36 Art Deco rooms added as part of a major redevelopment in 2010 and five luxury suites. The Merchant delivers opulence at every turn.
When did the Merchant Hotel Belfast open?
It was opened in 1820 and replaced four thatched cottages, one of which was a woollen drapers shop owned by the famous United Irishman Samuel Neilson.
What does Bill Wolsey own?
And he warned of a “tsumani” of redundancies in January if pubs are not able to make some money over Christmas. Mr Wolsey, founder of the Beannchor group, a series of pubs, restaurants and hotels, said: “Our politicians are a bit like track and trace – not fit for purpose.
What does Merchant mean?
1: a buyer and seller of commodities for profit: trader. 2: the operator of a retail business: storekeeper. 3: one that is noted for a particular quality or activity: specialist a speed merchant on the base paths.