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Bit out of the way but still fairly close to the city there is an amazing place which is worth a visit. Whether you planning a stay in Liverpool or just looking for an evening cocktail Titanic hotel is the place to be.
The North Warehouse (Grade II-listed) was built in 1855 to store tobacco and rubber. It has been transformed from derelict shell to extraordinary hotel featuring 153-bedrooms, the Rum Warehouse exhibition space, restaurant, bar and spa. Well-executed interior design softens brick and iron features, which have been retained from the buildings’ fine past.
Opposite the venue is the Tobacco Warehouse, described as the largest brick building in the world when it was built in the early 1900s. Currently derelict it’s scheduled to be the second phase of the Stanley Dock regeneration project. Personally I enjoy the look of the building at the moment. There is an air of tranquillity and peace that makes for a relaxing experience whatever the occasion. You can find a cosy sofa in the bar area, order some coffee and spent hours chilling out with the book or group of friends. In the future there are plans to hold a street market which is something that will bring a different dimension to the area. Watch this place!
Coat – Burberry
Blouse – Zara
Skirt – Zara
Boots – Alexander McQueen