Titanic Hotel Liverpool set to re-open with ‘A New Clean’ programme

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Titanic Hotel's a new clean programme

Titanic Hotel Liverpool is delighted to announce it will be reopening its doors for hotel stays and dining on Monday 6th July and lays out its plans for an enhanced cleaning regime, named ‘A New Clean’. 

The cleaning and care protocol touches on all areas of the hotel and common areas. Some of the main points are highlighted below:

  • Visible signage outlining hygiene protocols throughout the hotel
  • Hand sanitiser stations available throughout the hotel 
  • A thorough cleaning and sanitising programme for all guest bedrooms and bathrooms with specific extra attention being given to all touch points
  • Room key cards will be disinfected with medical-grade antimicrobial agent
  • Linens will be washed at a minimum of 70°C for at least 25 mins to kill potential bacteria
  • Tableware including all used and unused wares, condiments, place mats, and linens will be removed and disinfected after each party has left. Tabletops and chair arms will also be disinfected after each seating
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Guests and visitors will be able to relax and have peace of mind during their stay. Each part of your stay has been carefully planned, starting with contactless hotel check-in and out. Guests will receive a check-in call prior to arrival, limiting reception contact. Following this, room keys can then be collected from the hotel accompanied by contactless payments. Valet parking will not be available, however, door staff and the Concierge team will be on hand for guests’ needs. 

Within the rooms, all additional collateral, furnishings and non-essential items have been removed, ensuring the clean teams can focus on the highest levels of cleanliness. Newspapers and magazines have been replaced by the PressReader App which grants access to over 7,000 newspapers and magazines via personal devices. As normal, Guest directories, up to date menus and hotel information will be available to view on the television. 

All dining services will now be available either in-room or for takeaway, in addition to table service in the Titanic’s restaurants and bars. Stanley’s Bar and Grill will be welcoming diners with a number of changes in place, so guests can comfortably enjoy breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea or dinner whilst overlooking the scenic waterfront.

All bookings must be made in advance and a reduced number of carefully placed tables have been arranged to allow for social distancing. Menus will be replaced where possible with digital offerings or single use copies that will be disposed of after use. The lobby of the hotel and communal areas have been rearranged so guests can comfortably relax and enjoy facilities. 

Maya Blue Wellness including the gym, thermal suite and treatment rooms remain closed until Government advice is updated, although booking enquiries can be made from 19th July. 

Titanic Hotel Liverpool is loved by visitors from around the world. Its unique UNESCO World Heritage dockside setting on Stanley Dock and views to Tobacco Warehouse provide a stunning backdrop.

With all of these new measures in place, Titanic Hotel Liverpool is the perfect place for a midweek or weekend break. The Love on the Docks package is is available to book now and includes an overnight stay, bottle of wine on arrival & breakfast from £99 per person and can be booked online at Titanichotelliverpool.com or by phone on: 0151 559 1444.

Related read: His & Hers explores Maya Blue Wellness, a subterranean spa at the Titanic Hotel 

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