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Avant-garde design

The intent of the design is to take advantage of the buildings architecture, maximising space and bringing a sense of Urban Luxe to the Baltic Quarter. Using materials including copper, brass, marble and polished concrete mixed with velvets, neon and bold pattern.

This luxury boutique hotel will be an eclectic mix of subtle opulence with a nod to vintage years. With influences from the design capitals of London, Paris and Amsterdam – The Baltic Hotel will be a spectacular boutique option in Liverpool with its avant-garde design and attention to detail.

Urban staycation

Bold, raw, urban design to encapsulate the building’s warehouse lineage whilst appealing to the modern city visitor. The fixtures and fittings of The Baltic Hotel have been selected on the basis of quality and longevity.

The Baltic Hotel

36 Boutique Rooms with
Bar Restaurant

About the development


  • Central location overlooking the historic river to the west with Liverpool ONE shopping complex to the north.
  • A boutique development of 36 rooms carefully designed to enable an exit strategy for investors.

  • Bar & restaurant to the ground floor managed by Wolf & Lamb.
  • Generous floor-plans taking advantage of the original building’s finer features and combining these with high quality modern amenities.

  • Living Brick are looking to retain complete control of the hotel as well as the bar & restaurant within its own portfolio.
  • Communal areas enlivened with a bold, raw, urban design to encapsulate the building’s warehouse lineage whilst appealing to the modern city visitor.

10% Assured NET Yield for
years 1–5
115% Developer buyback for
years 3–10
11% Assured NET yield for
years 6–10
36 Rooms with a ground floor
bar & restaurant
£5,000 Reservation Fee
£275 Price per square foot

Benefits to purchaser


  • Central location overlooking the historic river to the west with Liverpool ONE shopping complex to the north.
  • A boutique development of 36 rooms carefully designed to enable an exit strategy for investors.

  • Bar & restaurant to the ground floor managed by Wolf & Lamb.
  • Generous floor-plans taking advantage of the original building’s finer features and combining these with high quality modern amenities.

  • Living Brick are looking to retain complete control of the hotel as well as the bar & restaurant within its own portfolio.
  • Communal areas enlivened with a bold, raw, urban design to encapsulate the building’s warehouse lineage whilst appealing to the modern city visitor.

The Baltic Hotel

Liverpool's growing hotel sector

The hotel sector continues to see year-on-year growth in revenues and expansion of capacity. A report from the city council illustrates how the hotel sector has enjoyed huge growth since Liverpool celebrated being European Capital of Culture a decade ago.

Occupancy levels and profit-per-room (revpar) are all rising despite their being almost double the number of hotel rooms in the city than there were in 2008. October 2017 saw the highest ever weekend average revpar peak at £104.63.

The figures reflect the rise in value of the Liverpool city region visitor economy which is now estimated to be worth around £4.3bn a year.

From a developer/investor perspective, Liverpool is set to enjoy growth in the hotel sector for some time to come with room occupancy set to increase into the foreseeable future with more capacity required year on year.

£63m

Invested in hotels and serviced apartments over 12 months

7

New hotels

2

Major hotels refurbished

259

New bedrooms created

361

Serviced apartments

2,087,153

Rooms sold
(Jan-Dec)
(up from 2,008,349 = 3.9% more than Jan-Dec 2017)

Register your details

The Baltic Hotel Liverpool will be open for business in late 2019. The hotel enjoys a prominent position in Liverpool’s exciting Baltic District. If you would like to know more about this fantastic investment opportunity then register your details with us.