One of the drawing rooms in the new Titanic Hotel Belfast

It's been over 100 years since the Titanic sank in the Atlantic ocean, and 20 years since the movie starring Kate Winslet and Leonardo DiCaprio broke our hearts. Now those looking for a new way to experience the history of the 'unsinkable ship' can do so at the very first Titanic-themed hotel, newly opened in Belfast, Ireland.

Situated on the exact site of the former Harland and Wolff Drawing Offices and HQ (where the Titanic was designed) and within the same city where it was also built, the Titanic Hotel Belfast took two years to restore and cost a staggering £28 million (more than $36 million USD) to create.

Officially opened September 10, the hotel boasts 119 rooms with design features from the original warehouse building, and inspirations from the Titanic's original decor. Rooms start at £109 ($143 USD) per night — a small price to pay for a little slice of authentic history.