Are you looking to organise an event in the North West of England? – in this blog we want to highlight just a few of the venues available for corporate events in the city of Liverpool.
The city of The Beatles, culture and sport, Liverpool has something for every group
Here are some interesting facts:
- 200+ Flight destinations from local airports
- Only 2 hours by train from London
- Liverpool is an UNESCO City of Music
- Liverpool was the European Capital of Culture in 2008
- Liverpool is the 5th most popular destination in the UK for international visitors
There are a great variety of Hotels in Liverpool to suit all budgets and some reflect the history of the City such as:
The Titanic Hotel and Rum Warehouse
The Titanic Hotel is part of the redevelopment of the historic Stanley Dock complex where what was once part of the life blood of the thriving Port of Liverpool – the warehouses. Rum and tobacco imported from exotic locations were stored here in the brick buildings. This 153 bedroom hotel also has some unique event spaces:
Rum Warehouse has 789sqm of flexible event pace using the ground floor and mezzanine floor.
West Bay has 440sqm of events pace alongside an outside terrace. There are also a further 2 areas which can be used for dining.
Hard Days Night Hotel
The world’s only Beatles inspired accommodation; Hard Days Night Hotel is adjacent to the world famous Cavern Club.
There are 3 event and meeting rooms which along with the rest of the Hotel showcases their collection of Beatles iconic photographic images. Why not organise a team building activity which includes musical and Beatles inspired packages?
Spaces at the Spine
The Spine is the northern home of the Royal College of Physicians.
Officially opened in September 2021, the venue is situated within one of the healthiest buildings in the UK, located in the heart of Paddington Village, in Liverpool Knowledge Quarter. The building has views over Liverpool City Centre with the Mersey and North Wales in the distance.
The main event facilities are located on the Ground floor, Floor eleven, Floor Twelve and the Top floor of The Spine.
The Steps on the Ground floor are a fantastic multifunctional tiered seating area paired with an exhibition space ideal for informal get-togethers, lectures and networking.
Floor eleven has two identical assessment suites with a dedicated reception area to welcome guests, a flexible examiners’ briefing room and a patient waiting room. Floor eleven is the perfect location for healthcare simulations, training days, filming, photoshoots and group interviews.
Floor twelve rooms have floor to ceiling windows, an internal sky garden called the Atrium and an open-plan registration area which is ideal for networking. There are 6 flexible meeting rooms available that can be combined to seat up to 200 guests. The Wolfson Lecture Theatre and the Wolfson Virtual Theatre are also located on this level. This floor connects to the Top floor via an open helical staircase.
The Top floor is the jewel in the crown of The Spine. It has one of the highest viewpoints in the city to create an unforgettable experience. Delegates are welcomed onto the flyover that overlooks the Atrium on Floor twelve below.
The Axis, a dining space, is located on this floor and available for exclusive use. In addition, there are two flexible event spaces that can be expanded into a unique room, accommodating up to 300 delegates for a conference and up to 184 for dining
British Music Experience
The British Music Experience tells the story of British Music through costumes, instruments, performance and memorabilia.
Located in the former home of the world famous Cunard shipping line on Liverpool’s UNESCO World Heritage Site Waterfront. This unique Grade II* Listed venue (which once housed the Cunard’s passenger hall and office) is guaranteed to bring a ‘wow’ factor to any event; from board meetings and drinks receptions to product launches and sit-down dinners.
Your guests can enjoy hospitality whilst viewing original outfits worn by artists from David Bowie and Dusty Springfield, to the Spice Girls, Adam Ant and Little Mix and musical instruments played by some of the world’s most renowned artists from Noel Gallagher to the Sex Pistols. They even have the original statues from the Brits, and memorabilia from the Beatles through to Adele.
You can book the BME for drinks reception for up to 150 people
You can’t write a blog about Liverpool without mentioning the football clubs! Both Everton and Liverpool football club offer meeting and event facilities.
Everton Football Club is the country’s first purpose-built football stadium which opened in 1892. There are 10 meeting rooms along with 13 executive boxes offering flexible options for 2-300 delegates. Everton Football Club is located only 2 miles from Liverpool City Centre and Lime Street Station and excellent motorway access. There are 300 complimentary car parking spaces on site.
Anfield Stadium is home to Liverpool Football Club. There are a variety of suites which can suit all types of events whether it is a formal dinner, day conference or informal drinks reception. Capacities range from 12 boardroom style – 700 theatre style and several of the suites overlook the pitch. The Stadium has excellent motorway access and is just over 2 miles from the City Centre. There are complimentary 1350 car parking spaces available (on a 1st come 1st served basis)