Café culture on your doorstep
Step out from the ground floor of Tobacco Warehouse and you'll immediately be amongst the chic cafés, restaurants and retailers of Stanley Dock. This vibrant civic space will provide the perfect place to relax and socialise.
Excellent transport facilities to the city centre and further afield are within a short walk.
Eat, drink, sleep
Just across the dock from the Tobacco Warehouse lies one of Britain's finest hotels, the multiple award-winning Titanic Hotel. Built in another of Stanley Dock's former warehouses, the hotel boasts spacious rooms, an incredible restaurant & bar, and an award winning spa.
In a dramatic underground space beneath Stanley Dock lies Maya Blue Wellness, a subterranean sanctuary.
With a heated pool, multiple pressure jets, sanarium, sauna, steam room, experience showers, foot baths, beauty treatment rooms and full gymnasium, a couple of hours here will leave you feeling refreshed and revived.
Whether you languish in the hydrotherapy pool or pamper yourself with a facial or massage, you'll experience pure relaxation amid the historic red brick arches.
Art, music and the city
Tobacco Warehouse is within walking distance of Liverpool's rich culture of art and music. The stroll from Tobacco Warehouse to the city centre will take you along the stunning waterfront, past the Royal Liver Building, Tate Liverpool and Royal Albert Dock.
From art galleries to museums, fine dining to iconic music venues, the very best of Liverpool is on your doorstep.
Work life balance
Escape the city without the commute
Just a mile from the Three Graces, Liverpool city centre and the Pall Mall office district, Tobacco Warehouse is perfectly located to escape the hustle and bustle of city life without spending hours commuting.
Residents get the best of both worlds, waking up to calming waterfront views before a quick stroll into the city for work.
UNESCO World Heritage Site
Stanley Dock sits within Liverpool’s World Heritage Site boundary and contains some of the city’s most important and dramatic maritime warehouses including Liverpool’s largest listed structure - Tobacco Warehouse.
UNESCO World Heritage status is a matter of huge civic pride, and protects Stanley Dock's unique industrial architecture for the future.
World Heritage status is given to areas of outstanding universal value to the international community and Liverpool was inscribed - 'Maritime Mercantile City' - by UNESCO as 'the supreme example of a commercial port at the time of Britain’s greatest global influence.'
This status ranks Liverpool alongside other internationally-known historic cities such as Venice, Paris, Vienna and Edinburgh.