Titanic Hotel | 20/03/2016 | 5 daysLiverpool’s culture and heritage are at the very heart of the city and the RMS Titanic Hotel is perfectly placed to ensure you get the most out of your stay. Many museums and galleries are located around the Albert Dock, such as the Merseyside Maritime Museum – where you can learn the untold story of the Titanic and Liverpool’s central role in its history - and the International Slavery Museum. With its unique attractions, exciting events, world class sport offerings, unrivalled musical heritage and famously warm welcomes, Liverpool is the ideal destination to visit and explore and it boasts the largest collection of museums and galleries anywhere outside of the capital.
The Grade II listed building is synonymous with White Star Line’s most famous ships and has been restored to its former glory, operating as a luxurious Titanic-themed hotel. Situated opposite Albert Dock you are well placed to visit the Maritime Museum which houses a unique Titanic Exhibition. The stunning hotel offers luxury bespoke rooms, each with its own individual link to the memory of the ship. The Carpathia Champagne Bar and Restaurant boasts a rooftop terrace, with panoramic views of the Three Graces, which comprises of the Royal Liver, the Cunard, and the Port of Liverpool buildings.
Liverpool in a Day Today is all about discovering Liverpool. Our coach will collect you from the hotel after breakfast and take you to the city centre, from where you join our guided walk of the major sights of Liverpool. From here you will be taken to Pier Head to board the world-famous Mersey Ferry. The 50-minute round trip gives you the chance to see the city skyline in all its glory. There is simply no better way to enjoy Liverpool’s iconic waterfront and heritage than from the deck of a legendary Mersey Ferry. Created by pop artist Sir Peter Blake, famous Beatles Sgt Pepper’s album, the Snowdrop offers a completely new way for visitors to experience a dazzle ship and learn more about the rich maritime history of Liverpool and the role played by Mersey Ferries during World War I. Included with your ticket is FREE entry into the U-Boat Story at Woodside, Birkenhead (2nd stop on the ferry). Here you can view the amazing life on board a real World War II German U-boat at the ferry terminal. Chester Chester is one of Britain’s great heritage cities, just waiting to be discovered. Shouting out the whole list of attractions and things to do in Chester would tire even the Town Crier! The city is home to the most complete City Walls in Britain dating from the Roman occupation 2,000 years ago built to protect the city. Today you can take the two- mile walk of the walls and admire the beautiful heritage of Chester. The city centre is home to a host of museums, a 1000-year old cathedral, sensational shopping and fabulous restaurants. Chester Cathedral is free to enter and hosts regular musical events and exhibitions. The Eastgate Clock, one of the most photographed in the world, built to celebrate Queen Victoria’s Diamond Jubilee in 1897 and restored in summer 2015 stands proudly in the Chester city centre. Shopping is taken to a whole new level where the unique 700-year old Rows are home to both independent and high street names.
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