The Titanic Hotel at Stanley Docks is not just somewhere special to stay but an attraction in itself. Situated in a beautifully converted 19th-century warehouse, and boasting 56sqm rooms, the Titanic Hotel Liverpool offers guests historic surrounds with all the modern amenities expected in a contemporary 4-Star Hotel.
Enjoy heavenly food and cocktails to die for at Stanley’s Bar & Grill one of the best places to eat in Liverpool. Or why not treat yourself to Afternoon Tea in Liverpool at the Titanic, where you can indulge yourself with our selection of divine sandwiches and pastries.
Host your special occasion or wedding in the magnificent Rum Warehouse, a truly unique wedding venue in Liverpool. We also cater for meetings and conferences, with high-spec conferencing spaces and stunning waterfront views. The hotel is also conveniently located just 20 minutes from Liverpool John Lennon airport and we have secure parking onsite at special rates for our guests. We had better stop now as it would be easy to get carried away with how wonderful this hotel really is! We are pretty excited about sharing all this with you. See you all soon.
Bedrooms starting at a staggering 56sqm of space feature undemanding furniture and decor, with top technology with free high-speed Wi-Fi and the most modern facilities.
All Guestrooms Feature:
- Coffee / tea-making facilities
- Iron and ironing board
- Flatscreen TV
- 24-hour room service
- Luxury toiletries
Stanley’s Bar & Grill
Classic dishes cooked with flair are on the menu at Stanley’s Bar & Grill at Liverpool’s Titanic Hotel. Whether its fine dining at the big table or coffee on the waterfront terrace, Stanley’s offers a warm welcome at any time of day.
The Rum Bar features a cocktail menu that always has something to match your mood and the hour of the day. Order from the extensive Rum Menu and travel to the most exotic locations of the world, experiencing the smells and tastes of Guyana, Barbados, Martinique or Cuba. There is casual dining here as well, but there is nothing casual about the taste!
On The Map: Liverpool is located on the midwest coast of England, approximately 225 miles northwest of London.
Liverpool boasts an exceptionally rich history, celebrating its 800 year anniversary in 2007. At the height of the British Empire, Liverpool was England’s second city, and its wealth even exceeded that of London during certain periods. Liverpool’s Waterfront received UNESCO World Heritage Site status in 2004, in recognition of its importance to global history. In more recent times, Liverpool became famous as the birthplace of the Beatles, and there are several tours and attractions dedicated to the group’s story. The Beatles are not the city’s only musical claim to fame – boasting more Number 1 hits than than any other city, Liverpool is officially the World Capital of Pop! Liverpool is also world-renowned in sporting circles, and boasts two of the English Premiership’s most famous football (soccer!) teams – Liverpool & Everton. Liverpool has more public parks than Paris, and with the largest collection of museums and galleries anywhere outside London, Liverpool’s impressive culture and heritage are at the very heart of the city.