The Titanic Hotel, Liverpool

Date Posted: 20/03/2017

With its stunning waterfront, music and sports heritage and unique tourist attractions, Liverpool is a destination known around the world.

Its status as a UNESCO World Heritage Site ranks it among the top global destinations and the warmth of the welcome in the city is guaranteed.

Visitors to Liverpool are spoilt for choice, with a wealth of galleries, museums and venues, two cathedrals, two world class football teams plus a year-long programme of imaginative events.

Inevitably the starting place for any adventure on the banks of the Mersey is the river itself, which is lined with historic buildings echoing Liverpool’s maritime past.

Many of those have undergone careful restoration, bringing them back to life and creating exciting opportunities for anyone keen to explore the city.

The Titanic Hotel at Stanley Dock is an outstanding example of this sympathetic redevelopment, transforming a historic grade II former warehouse - once at the heart of the thriving port which was a gateway to the world - into a luxury hotel, conference and exhibition venue.

With beautiful views across the waterfront, the Titanic has retained many of its original features to create a truly distinctive and memorable stay for guests.

The structure of the building, dating back to the 1850s, is characterised by its red brick, glass and steel girders but the interior of the hotel belongs very much to the 21st century.

Each with original windows and exposed brickwork, and furnished in subtle tones, 153 bedrooms make the very best use of the warehouse dimensions to give guests a spacious retreat from the city.

The hotel’s restaurant, Stanley’s Bar and Grill, offers one of the finest dining experiences in the region. Its open kitchens allow diners to take a front row seat and watch the theatre of fabulous food from preparation to plate.

Titanic Liverpool

Large parties can be easily accommodated along with more intimate tables, either in the vaulted restaurant itself or on the dockside terrace enjoying those amazing views, the perfect place to unwind and relax. The Rum Bar, adjoining the restaurant, is the perfect place to enjoy cocktails or sample the signature rum selection befitting its maritime connections.

Under the guidance of a new executive chef, Bradley Lean, Stanley’s Bar and Grill has its sights set on becoming the number one venue in the north west.

Having trained at the world-renowned Dorchester Hotel in London and headed kitchens including the Chester Grosvenor, Four Seasons Toronto and luxury cruise liners QE2 and Oriana, he has simplified and refined the restaurant’s menus to offer a combination of modern British dishes, traditional favourites and unpretentious home comforts. Stanley’s also has an irresistible afternoon tea with a selection of delicious sandwiches, freshly baked scones and pastries.

Titanic’s catering options don’t end with its restaurant. The Rum Warehouse, attached to the North Warehouse, is an impressive conference, banqueting and exhibition venue in its own right.

Making the most of large versatile spaces, the Rum Warehouse has become a popular choice for weddings, celebrations, meetings and business events. Seating for up to 1,400 is available over two floors, while the ground level, with floor to ceiling windows, can host up to 1,000 guests.

Located just five minutes away from the city centre, and 20 minutes from Liverpool John Lennon Airport, Titanic Hotel is perfectly situated to enjoy the best of what the city has to offer.

Whether it’s the museums and galleries – more than anywhere else outside of London – the Beatles tourist trail, top class football, events and attractions or the city’s fabulous shopping, the hardest decision for any visitor to Liverpool will always be when to leave.

Contact details:

Titanic Hotel Liverpool, Stanley Dock, Regent Road, Liverpool, L30AN
+44 151 559 1444

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