30 James Street

30 James Street
30 James Street, Liverpool, Merseyside, L2 7PQ

Here at our Titanic Themed Liverpool Hotel, all our accommodation has been designed to give more space, luxury and flexibility than any other hotel in the city. The theme for each room is linked to the world famous White Star Shipping Line, with its abundance of history, mystique and romance. Most rooms feature a double whirlpool bath as standard, and you can immerse yourself in the opulence of our country s most glamorous era, enjoying surroundings that impressively recreate the experience of first class passengers about the world s premier cruise line. You are sure to fall in love with our RMS Titanic Hotel inspired rooms that offer all the grandeur of the White Star liner, whilst enjoying all the benefits of modern technology for a truly unforgettable experience. You ll also have access to a host of onsite amenities, such as the 30 James Street spa and the Carpathia Champagne Bar & Restaurant that offers stunning views of the famous World Heritage Site and waterfront. So, for a hotel experience that will last a lifetime, make it 30 James Street Home of the Titanic, the most luxurious of Liverpool Hotels. Enjoy Full English and Continental breakfast in Carpathia daily from 7.30am till 10.30am for an extra supplement. Located on James Street opposite The Albert Dock and overlooking The Royal Liver Building, The Cunard Building and The Port of Liverpool Building which make up The Three Graces. Liverpool Lime Street Station is just 10 minute walk away. Both the University of Liverpool and Liverpool John Moores University are within 2 miles of James Street. Liverpool One, Albert Dock and The Echo Arena is just a couple of minutes stroll away. Anfield Stadium is 8 minutes drive away. We have onsite a conference and wedding venue, 24 hour concierge service at your fingertips and The Carpathia Champagne Bar and Restaurant with rooftop terrace - with breath taking panoramic views of the World Heritage Site from our twin 100ft balconies at the top of 30 James Street.

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