The hotel is also conveniently located just 20 minutes from Liverpool airport. There’s so much to do in the Liverpool city region. Liverpool has world-class attractions, a proud sporting history and beautiful coast and countryside. Families will also have a great time in Liverpool with lots of attractions suitable for all ages. The museums, libraries and galleries have regular family-friendly events and exhibitions on. The Titanic hotel is ideally located for such attractions.
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"Last minute escape"
Just spent one night in this lovely hotel as we have builders working in our own house. I cannot fault this hotel the rooms are very spacious with sky sports and be sports. All the staff are very friendly and nothing is too much trouble. The food from the bar menu is very good if you fancy a snack to keep you going and the drinks are reasonably priced. The hotel is a short distance from the main areas of Liverpool one but it is only about £5.00 for a taxi and you will be in the centre of Liverpool. I can only highly recommend this hotel as it is one of the best I have stayed in.
My flight was cancelled due to storm weather, so i had to find somewhere to stay in Liverpool for one night. What an amazing find. Rooms are massive, staff are amazing (very friendly and extremely helpful) and the massage and spa option after breakfast was an incredible bonus before having to endure a Ryanair flight to Barcelona.
"Amazing hotel and room"
Just had a 2 night stay in a superior room. Fantastic size room and view. Staff very friendly and would defo return !! Ladies can recommend the spa had a full body massage and was amazing ! Beautiful pool and very relaxing xx
"Amazing hotel and Staff"
What a hotel. We stayed here over 3 nights for a wedding and had an absolutely brilliant time. Only real drawback for us was it was a cab journey into town costing £8. In the grand scheme of things not a real problem. The location is the other end of Town on the Stanley Docks but this area, as like a lot is in the process of being developed. Breakfast was hot and plentiful but this was at an extra cost. We did not book room and breakfast at the time of booking but found the normal price is £18 each for the breakfast but if you purchased vouchers the day before it only cost £10. We booked and executive double and was just about the largest room we have stayed in. The only real downside for us was the room seemed dark and my wife was not really able to find a mirror with adequate light for doing make up and hair etc. The room attendants were excellent and efficient. We stayed on the second floor room 235. and excellent room. Drink prices were cheaper than you would expect with a G&T and a pint of Larger coming to £10.90. All in all a fabulous hotel (corridors a bit on the dark side) excellent décor, ambience food and staff. We will definitely be booking here again if the need/chance arises. Laqstly visit the Rum Shack if you like Rum. Visit if you don't, you will be pleasantly surprised.
The hotel rooms are really good there large and spacious , I had a superior room dockside view , the view is looking at a derelict building which is in the process of being done up. if I sat in the window seat I could see ships on the Mersey, Bathroom, shower , towels all excellent. Staff very helpful. had drinks at tea time in the bar service slow had to ask if the waiter had forgotten us, food in the grill bar very nice , breakfast also good. On the less positive side, you need eyes like a mole , very dark in room and corridors, but I suppose it does add to the ambience. would not go as a tourist as the pier head, museums, town is a good 30 mins walk, but there's always taxis, overall a good 24 hours, a nice treat,
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Check-in: 3:00 PM , Check-out: 11:00 AM