Savills have sold 30 James Street hotel in Liverpool, UK.
- Well established hotel located in a prominent city centre location.
- Historic grade II* listed hotel benefitting from significant recent CAPEX.
- 63 large bedrooms providing 175 beds and accommodating 309 people.
- Large wedding and conference space for a maximum capacity of 200 people.
- Spa with treatment rooms and a 40 sq ft (3.7 sq m) hydro swimming pool.
- Opportunities to reposition bedrooms and drive non-bedroom related revenue.
About this property
30 James Street was built for Ismay, Imrie and Company which later became the White Star Line, best known for owning and operating the infamous Titanic passenger liner. The Grade II* Listed property was designed and built by the renowned British architect Richard Norman Shaw in collaboration with J. Francis Doyle. 30 James Street, also known as Albion House, acted as the headquarters for White Star Line until their merger with Cunard Line in 1934.
Liverpool is a vibrant city famed for its rich history and culture and ranked as the UK’s fifth most visited city-region in 2019, attracting over 67 million visitors.The city also has a strong domestic visitor base with a population of over 500,000, whilst the wider metropolitan area has a population of approximately 2.25 million making it the UK’s fifth largest conurbation.
Situated strategically at the mouth of the River Mersey, Liverpool is one of the UK’s top five tourist destinations and benefits from excellent transport connectivity to the rest of the UK and beyond.
Liverpool is an integral centre for North West England’s economic core along with Manchester which is situated 34 miles (54 km) to the east. London is located 217 miles (349 km) south east of the city, whilst other major UK regional cities such as Birmingham, Leeds, Edinburgh and Belfast are also readily accessible.