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Friday 18th of April 2014
Car Hire Liverpool Airport are pleased that the dispute has been sorted so they can get a chance to see inside the new building this summer.
A financial dispute has been settled resulting in the Liverpool Titanic hotel development on Stanley Dock opening in June. The regeneration is costing £36 million and will be complete with a 153-bedroom hotel. The accommodation is to be a four star rating, but has been stalled for over a month after tradesmen downed tools and walked off the sight.
After all the uncertainty, the dispute has been resolved and bookings can be taken for the opening launch in the summer. The Grade II listed building is also undergoing some additional work to create an exhibition space, with a waterfront terrace, luxury spa and rum bar.
Pat Power, director of the development, said “This is set to be a spectacular addition to the tourism and leisure landscape, not just for Liverpool but for the UK. We have created a hotel which will be generous in size and expressive in its personality, with a genuine devotion from quality and to customer service. It is a hotel much like the city of Liverpool, which we believe will be imbued with the warmth and hospitality of the Liverpool personality.”
Confirming the hotel has already secured a major corporate conference for its opening month, Liverpool Mayor Joe Anderson said “The Stanley Dock Village development will breathe new life into the city’s historic dockland and will play a pivotal role in the International Festival for Business so will be showcased to a global audience in June and July this year. It is evidence that Liverpool is a city continuing to enhance its reputation as a tourism destination and as a city where we make things happen.”