Boutique Hotel: Situated at Titanic's former head office, Albion House (Liverpool), our new hotel will be perfectly positioned between the River Mersey and Liverpool's vibrant shopping district.
As of the 1st of October, Signature Living will take up occupancy of the Grade II listed Titanic head office, Albion House. It is our intention to turn what was once the organisational hub of the Titanic, into a Boutique style Hotel.
This hotel will be perfectly positioned between the River Mersey and Liverpool’s vibrant shopping district. With plans for 350 beds, 67 separate accommodations, bar, gymnasium and restaurant, 30 James Street is set to be an incredible tribute to the grand passenger liner of 1912 and an important asset to Signature Living’s collection of hotels and serviced apartments in the city. In addition to this, the building also has stunning views of the city and of the River Mersey. Amongst these views lie the Three Graces and the Liverpool Maritime Mercantile City, which is a World Heritage site.
With a building so rich in architectural and cultural history, it is important not to forget the story behind this iconic Titanic building. It is from the balconies pictured below that the names of the deceased were read to the crowd below, leading to the staff being barricaded into the building for 2 days. Additionally, the Titanic building was the tallest in Liverpool at the time and the first to be constructed from steel.
Therefore, our team here at Signature Living have quite a job on their hands in balancing the style, fun and overall unique nature of our accommodations with the integrity and preservation of such a landmark building. We are confident we can deliver, within the 11 floors of the Titanic, all of the qualities of Signature Living you have grown to love, whilst highlighting the importance of such an impressive building.
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