Set within a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Titanic Hotel Liverpool offers unique accommodation like nowhere else in the city; a transformed warehouse now a hotel full of character, steeped in both history and style.
The hotel is located on the iconic Stanley Dock which was once the Port of Liverpool, overlooking the River Mersey and just a short distance from Liverpool’s city centre and the world-renowned Royal Albert Dock Liverpool.
Couples looking for a romantic getaway just a step outside the city, or spa enthusiasts wanting to relax and unwind in the subterranean spa, Maya Blue Wellness.
The hotel preserves the charm of the original Victorian architecture combined with contemporary design, the modern rooms have been designed to suit contemporary travellers looking for luxury hotels in Liverpool. The 153 rooms maintain the architecture of the Victorian warehouse with exposed brickwork, steel columns, concrete ceilings and the original windows, combined with stunning, undemanding furnishings and décor.
Rooms and Suites
The rooms start at a spacious 56sqm, ranging from the Classic Room to Superior Corner and Presidential Suite. All rooms are light and spacious with exposed brick and vaulted ceilings, paired with soft furnishings and modern touches.
Food and Drink
The theatrical Stanley’s Bar & Grill restaurant offers heavenly locally sourced dishes, alongside a menu of expertly created cocktails, and an outstanding afternoon tea catering for all dietary requirements. The hotel’s impressive Rum Bar stocks exotic rums from all over the world, perfect when enjoyed outside on the Colonnades on a sunny day.
The hotel’s subterranean spa, Maya Blue Wellness, invites guests to unwind in the hydrotherapy pool in the thermal suite, or indulge with a signature ESPA treatment performed by the highly skilled therapists.
The hotel is conveniently located just 20 minutes from Liverpool John Lennon Airport, within minutes’ walk from Royal Albert Dock and less than 10 minutes from Lime street station, with excellent services connecting all the major UK cities.