30 James Street Liverpool
“Rooms were lovely a big and had everything we needed, breakfast was really nice and the view from the roof top terrace was gorgeous.”
This hotel is a white and red brick building whose architecture is sure to stun you. Converted from a ship dock, this building is where they created the Titanic – that’s the ship, not the movie. The standalone hotel is decorated with a classical edge, featuring a blend of ultra-modern wet room areas and super-comfortable bedrooms. Ideal for two people sharing, the hotel at 30 James street in Liverpool is ideal for a honeymoon, romantic getaway, or to go be tourists in Liverpool
This refurbished shipyard building is credited as the home of the titanic. Which is a little weird, because the Titanic wasn’t a person and never booked out a hotel. The rooms are finely decorated in a classic-glam style, with attention to cleanliness and hygiene. Eat at the onsite restaurant or enjoy the champagne bar. Whatever you do here, you are sure to do it in style.
- Where: Liverpool, England
- When: September 2022.
- Hotel: 30 James Street.
- Room Type: Superior Double.
- Guests: 4 Adults
- Board Type: Room Only
1 nights £79 / 4 adults sharing =£19.75pp
- Dates: 19th September – 20th September 2022
- Overlooking the Royal Liver, the Cunard, and the Port of Liverpool buildings
- Former home of the titanic
- Converted luxury hotel with choices in suite
- 1900s glamour style
- Carpathia Champagne Bar and Restaurant onsite
- 8 minutes’ drive from Anfield, 10 minutes’ walk to Lime Street Station
- Tea and coffee making facilities
- Outdoor terrace
- Daily housekeeping
- Business Centre
- 24-hour manned front desk
- Luggage storage
- Free WiFi
- Parking onsite
- No smoking
- Family rooms available
- Check-in after 3pm and out before 11am
- Children welcome
- No pets
- Different policies for party bookings of three rooms or more
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