Located in Liverpool’s iconic Stanley Dock, in the site’s former North Warehouse, is the luxury Titanic Hotel Liverpool.

The award-winning hotel, with its huge scale historic importance, and location (it’s just minutes away from Liverpool city center) makes it a must-stay and uniquely different from every other hotel in the area. Here, you’ll find plenty of warehouse charm to nod to its backstory including original features from exposed brickwork to vaulted ceilings.

When it comes to accommodation it’s stylish and merges the classic with the contemporary in all its rooms from classic right through to the presidential suites.

As for the F&B, the hotel is home to the dockside Stanley’s Bar and Grill – a versatile restaurant that proudly suits every occasion, time of day, and mood, and a variety of dishes from afternoon teas to Sunday lunches, light bites, and hearty meals, that’s accompanied by a carefully curated wine list.

For all of those who fancy something stronger, head to the Rum Bar, the Titanic Hotel’s lobby bar, where you can relax overlooking the waters of Stanley Dock while sampling a whole host of rums from locations around the world.

To top it off, the spa offers the ultimate in relaxation, with a stunning hydrotherapy pool and a range of treatments found in Maya Blue Wellness that is hidden in the underground of Stanley Dock.

 At the helm of the hotel is Brian Connor, General Manager, who also shares his insight into this historically rich hotel.

What is the hotel’s USP?

The hotel has many USPs including its distinctive warehouse-style interiors along with its extraordinary historic setting, located on Stanley Dock. Overlooking the iconic River Mersey, Stanley Dock was part of the Port of Liverpool and was once the largest system of historic docks in the world. The Grade II listed Titanic Hotel is a building that has played an integral part in the restoration of the docks, once a busy warehouse and now a hotel full of character, which still offers the charm of the original Victorian architecture combined with contemporary design.

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Tell us about the heritage, architecture, and interior design?

When it comes to the hotel’s architecture and interior design, we had a lot to play with which is why each of our 153 bedrooms starts at a spacious 56sqm! Although the building is over a hundred years old, our modern rooms have been designed to suit contemporary travelers looking for a luxurious stay. The rooms maintain Victorian warehouse-style architecture with exposed brickwork, steel columns, and original windows, softened with minimalist furnishings and decor, plus top technology with modern facilities.

How would you define the guest experience?

Guests have everything they need at the hotel for a memorable stay. Stanley’s Bar & Grill offers high-quality seasonal dishes along with an indulgent afternoon tea catering to all dietary requirements, the Rum Bar boasts a huge selection of rums from around the world, even better when enjoyed on the sunny colonnades overlooking Stanley Dock, and Maya Blue Wellness is a subterranean sanctuary with a hydrotherapy pool and extensive range of ESPA wellness treatments. Additionally, we have two large event spaces, Rum Warehouse and West Bay which are available for meetings, conferences, dinners, and weddings.

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What are your favorite aspects of the hotel?

Titanic Hotel is a unique property, not only due to its monumental scale and historic importance but also in its people. The whole team makes it a special place to work, they’re massively passionate about delivering exceptional customer service – it’s what the hotel’s known for.

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What can you recommend seeing in the local vicinity?

Titanic Hotel Liverpool provides the perfect balance between history and a contemporary stay and is a great option for travelers looking to enjoy the city’s culture, go shopping; enjoy the theatres, museums, and events at the Echo Arena, or attend sporting events.

The hotel is located just half an hour walk or a 5-minute drive from the center of Liverpool with a wide variety of cultural attractions, great independent restaurants, and shops. Royal Albert Dock Liverpool is home to Tate Liverpool, the Beatles Story, and National Museums Liverpool for visitors looking for a culture fix, whilst Liverpool ONE just over the road is a must-visit for enthusiastic shoppers.

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Titanic Hotel Liverpool is located on Stanley Dock, 20 minutes from John Lennon Airport, less than 10 minutes from the city center, and Lime Street Station, which has excellent services connecting all the major UK cities.


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Located in what was the North Warehouse, the Titanic Hotel Liverpool is part of the redevelopment of the historic Stanley Dock complex, one of the city’s most iconic areas.

Designed by Jesse Hartley (Albert Dock), Stanley Dock sits over the River Mersey and was part of the Port of Liverpool. It was once the largest and most complete system of historic docks in the world.

Titanic Hotel Liverpool has been a key piece in the restoration of the historic docks and the warehouse has been transformed into a hotel that’s packed with the character, the charm of the original Victorian architecture that has been combined with a contemporary design to suit the modern guest. With all this history, it has proven to be an attraction in itself and an asset to the city.


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Offering 153 rooms, they all exhibit the rich architecture of the Victorian warehouse with its exposed brickwork, steel columns, concrete ceilings, and the original windows, and this has been seamlessly merged with contemporary décor.

 There’s a variety of room types to suit all budgets including classic, superior, superior dockside, superior corner, and the presidential suites. For the top-tier suites, there is a generous offering of light and space (72sqm). Here there is a separate lounge-meets-entertainment area, kitchenette, and luxurious bathroom. All of the amenities and features include deluxe Egyptian cotton bed linen, natural fiber pillows on a superior deluxe double bed, and a bathroom with a separate deep tub bath and powerful drench shower.


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Situated on the ground floor of Titanic Hotel, Stanley’s Bar and Grill is an open kitchen restaurant that suits all occasions, moods, and hungry levels – from light bites to a hearty meal, Sunday lunches, afternoon teas, or a coffee on the waterfront terrace. To accompany the menu is a considered collection of wines. Room service is available, simply ring the restaurant to place the order.

For bar snacks, delicious cocktails, and a relaxing coffee overlooking the waters of Stanley Dock head to the Rum Bar. The hotel’s lobby bar, as the name suggests has a wide selection of rums from all over the world with tastes from Guyana, Barbados, Martinique, and Cuba. You can sample these rums or try the quaffable rum cocktails that are expertly created by their team of mixologists, whilst reading their Rum Tales.

Spa & Wellness

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Hidden in the underground of Stanley Dock is the hotel’s spa in the form of Maya Blue Wellness, a wellness sanctuary that encompasses a stunning hydrotherapy pool, steam room, sauna, solarium, foot bath, experience shower, and relaxation area. There’s also an extensive range of wellness treatments and packages (cue ESPA facials, body wraps, and a range of massages) ideal for treating yourself or a loved one.

 Titanic Hotel Liverpool
Stanley Dock, Regent Rd, Liverpool L3 0AN

Telephone: 0151 559 1444