Liverpool Cruise Terminal

Cruise ship passengers about to embark on the holiday of a lifetime or returning tanned and relaxed can top-and-tail their holiday with a relaxing stay at the Radisson Blu Hotel, Liverpool just 2 minutes by car or a 10 minute walk from the Liverpool Cruise Terminal. The cruise terminal is a marvel of modern engineering: A 350 metre long floating structure right on the River Mersey which allows large cruise ships to visit the city of Liverpool easily.

The history of the Liverpool cruise terminal
The Liverpool cruise terminal cost £19 million to complete and received funding from the UK Government to the tune of £9 million and £8.6 million from the European Regional Development Fund. As well as being able to accommodate cruise ships of up to 345 metres it is also temporarily home to Royal Navy ships which berth at the cruise terminal several times a year so the public can go aboard. The cruise terminal has been such a success that in 2013 the UK Government pledged a further £5.5 billion to the Liverpool Waters programme which will continue the regeneration of the city's docklands.

Accommodation near the Liverpool cruise terminal
The Radisson Blu Hotel, Liverpool is situated right in the heart of the city's docklands area close to the cruise terminal and many of the top visitor attractions including the Merseyside Museum. Step out of this modern hotel in Liverpool and find yourself on the trail of the Beatles or your favourite Liverpool football club in minutes.