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Once the property of the Presbyterian Church, what is now known as the Spires was built in 1905 and refurbished in 1992. Constructed out of dark brick, with beautiful exterior carvings and a spectacular belfry. The ground floor houses a deluxe shopping mall, with designer...More
Attended a conference here. The building is beautiful inside and out. Refreshments lovely, good toilet facilities & seats were padded, so comfy. Only slight negative was the level of outside noise - could hear sirens going & church bells ringing. This was not intrusive but...More
This is a lovely building but inside needs a bit of a refurbishment. There are some shops which have closed and others which need some love. Other than that it is lovely to look at and there are a few shops to stop in to.
It's novel to walk into what once was someone's place of worship to see little shops and modern decorations in all the corners. There's not much going on here in way of shopping or dining; other than the neat little comic book store most places...More
This is a great landmark of Belfast City Centre. A truly magnificent church building. The architecture and building is second to none. It's not very well used internally but I really love it from the outside.
This is a beautiful old building, with a handful of small shops, and a lot of office space, but it's not the Castlecourt, or Victoria Square. It's very clean, and well maintained, but you won't spend long here, unless you have business to do. I...More