Liverpool, the centre of the maritime trading from the New World, the Beatles, the Liverpool FC of course and now home for the Titanic Hotel, has seen its face changed in the past few years.
Situated at Stanley Dock, the Titanic Hotel and Rum Warehouse retains many of the original brick and iron features, the raw architecture is now complimented by high quality fittings and designer furniture throughout which amplifies its generous size and nature after a £36 million renovation which has transformed the once vast industrious warehouse into a luxury destination in Liverpool.
Titanic Hotel Liverpool boasts 153 bedrooms, all twice the size of a UK standard size hotel rooms completed with glorious views over the Mersey Estuary or the Tobacco Warehouse. The visitor will feel part of Liverpool’s history staying at the Liverpool Docks, UNESCO World Heritage Site, but with a luxurious and chic touch from the 21st century.
Guests and city dwellers can call in the hotel’s restaurant Stanley’s Bar and Grill - which offers a relaxed atmosphere to compliment dishes carefully prepared in the theatre-style kitchen by the dedicated team of chefs. For those warm summer evenings, alfresco dining is also favoured on the dockside colonnades where guests can also choose to sip on expertly designed cocktails from the Rum Bar, which boasts more than 60 different varieties of rum.
Attached to the hotel is the Rum Warehouse, one of the most prominent exhibition, events and banqueting spaces
in both the city, the UK and the world. The ground level ballroom can accommodate 600 for dinner and 1,000 theatre-style, whilst on the mezzanine level the open room can accommodate 300. With floor-to-ceiling glazing on the ground floor, a range of boardrooms and breakout spaces, high speed internet access, air-conditioning, dedicated AV equipment throughout and stunning views of Stanley Dock, it’s clear to see why Bentley, Vauxhall and Heineken are among its ever-evolving client list.
All this and more is what makes Titanic Hotel Liverpool a unique destination, where history
and beauty join together to take the visitor in a journey that will be unforgettable. Now you know: come to Liverpool, stay in one of our high-end bedrooms, enjoy a meal in Stanley’s, sip on a rum cocktail outside looking at the water, unwind, celebrate, experience, love… And you will realise why they call it a Titanic Experience.