Titanic Hotel and Rum Warehouse is the first hotel and event space in Liverpool to introduce electric car charging points on its premises for hotel guests.
The hotel’s car park has had 3 charging bays installed, with 2 bays dedicated to Tesla car models and one universal charge now available to charge. The news comes not long after American automaker Tesla recently announced the release of the eagerly anticipated Model 3, which has been hailed as a groundbreaking vehicle for the car industry, setting a benchmark for electric cars.
Brian Connor, General Manager at the Titanic Hotel Liverpool said: “The spotlight is firmly on energy efficiency and the Titanic is proud to support this move towards the future. It really is an exciting time for automobiles and we are glad to be the first hotel in Liverpool to offer this service to our guests.” The hotel has plans to install lightning chargers and lockable stations in the future.
Brian added, “After introducing the service just last week, we have already had enquiries from guests changing hotels to stay with us which is a testament to how popular the service will be.”
Taking 8 hours to charge from empty, the service is available free of charge to hotel guests and reservations for the charging bays can be made at time of booking.