Leisure and
business facilities

Liverpool

Liverpool is the UK’s fifth most visited city by overseas tourist and welcomed 34.8 million visitors in 2016.

The iconic city is the home of The Beatles, two world-class football teams andt has the largest number of museums and galleries in the UK outside of London.

With so many attractions on offer, Liverpool is a prime location for UK hotel investment.

The city has a treasured UNESCO World Heritage
waterfront and was the European Capital
of Culture in 2008.

With so many attractions on offer,
Liverpool is a prime location for
UK hotel investment.

Liverpool in numbers

600,000 visitors per year
Exhibition Centre and
Echo Arena
200 million visitors
Liverpool ONE shopping
centre
1.5 million visitors
visited Liverpool’s waterfront
in 2016
1.5 million visitors
National Museums Liverpool’s
museums and galleries
34.8 million
people visited Liverpool
in 2016
9
Liverpool Cathedral
8
St Johns Shopping Centre
7
Liverpool ONE Shopping Centre
6
Museum of Liverpool
5
Maritime Museum
4
Tate Museum
3
Albert Dock
2
The Beatles Story
1
Liverpool Echo Arena
1
Start-up Business Hotspot
2
Exhibition Centre Liverpool

Boasting an L1 City Centre post code, the hotel is
in Liverpool’s trendy Baltic Triangle and is in a prime
location for business and leisure tourism.

Business:

Start-up Business Hotspot

194 start-ups in
Liverpool 2011-2015

Exhibition Centre Liverpool

Over 600,000 visitors
per annum

Leisure tourism:

Liverpool Echo Arena
The Beatles Story
Albert Dock
Tate Museum
Maritime Museum
Museum of Liverpool
Liverpool ONE Shopping Centre
St Johns Shopping Centre
Liverpool Cathedral
Baltic Triangle
L1 City Centre

On the map:

Business hotspot
Baltic Triangle
Leisure tourism
L1 City Centre

Baltic triangle

Liverpool’s Baltic Triangle is a port area of the city which borders the Echo Arena BT Convention Centre, Albert Dock, Liverpool One and Rope Walks.

This historical area is one of the last locations in the city which offers redevelopment opportunities, with a surge of investment already entered into the area.

Its proximity to the city’s centre combined with excellent transport links and local amenities make the Baltic Triangle a sought-after area.


Its proximity to the city’s centre combined with excellent transport links and local amenities make the Baltic Triangle a sought-after area.

The Baltic Triangle has been voted the coolest place to live in the UK by The Times.

Former warehouses have been transformed into independent bars, start-up businesses and unique events spaces that appeal to the younger demographic.

From unique bars and restaurants to pop up galleries and exhibitions, visitors flock to this trendy part of Liverpool to ditch the norm and explore another side of this much-loved city.