Think Publicity has been appointed to handle all aspects of PR and Marketing for the city’s most exclusive new hotel development.
Titanic Hotel Liverpool off Regent Road on Stanley Dock is a 153 bedroom luxury hotel located in the heart of the city’s historic docklands.
Launched to the world on July 5 the hotel is completed with dedicated restaurant, Stanley’s Bar and Grill, headed by renowned chef Alex Worrall. The restaurant boosts a mouth watering menu featuring regional meat products, fish from the Cornwall shores and locally sourced vegetables, as well as freshly baked good from a unique social enterprise involving students from Liverpool City College.
The exclusive in-house Rum Bar is the city’s stylish new hideaway. Featuring 60 different varieties of the world’s best rums, all can be tailored into a selection of ‘Rum Tale’ cocktails devised by specialist mixologists giving guests the story from the birth place of the rum, its journey to the bottle, all the way through to why the ingredients it is collated have been chosen.
With the hotel’s waterside terrace showcasing views across the dock to the original Pumping Station and to the immense Tobacco Warehouse it is the perfect place to relax and enjoy a cocktail or two!
In the depths of the luxury hotel lays the T-Spa which launches later this summer. With five treatment rooms encased in exposed brickwork arches, a Roman bath pool area, aqua thermalexperiences as well as a Technogym, T-Spa will be the city’s most sumptuous destination to escape, relax and unwind for guests and visitors alike.
The adjoining events space the Rum Warehouse has been open since June, welcoming prestigious events from the International Festival for Business (IFB) with space for 1,000 theatre-style, 600 for dinner on the ground floor and up on the mezzanine area a further 300 with 14,000 sq m exhibition space.
As a boutique PR and communications agency Think is proud to be working with such an extraordinary hotel development – Titanic Hotel Liverpool is the city’s only hotel based on a World Heritage Site.
For those looking for a unique stay in the city or a getaway to drink and dine be sure to visit Liverpool’s most talked about destination, Titanic Hotel Liverpool.