Morgan's Spa @ 30 James Street ​

Spa facilities

  • Sauna
  • Hydrotherapy Pool
  • Relaxation Room

At a glance

  • Hotel spa

    Hotel Spa Venue

    This venue has a range of spa facilities and treatments available for your perfect city break.

  • Romantic


    It doesn’t get much more romantic than the whirlwind romance of Jack and Rose from the Titanic, but relax together in a dual treatment room, without the fear of being separated by an iceberg.

  • Weddings


    The grand hall can cater for up to 200 guests, and the range of wedding packages available are worth checking out – if only to stay in the Presidential Suite on your wedding night.


30 James Street - Home of Titanic Albion House 30 James Street Liverpool Merseyside United Kingdom
L2 7PS

Spa & Leisure

Morgan’s Spa at 30 James Street is on hand to bring you a tailor-made spa experience, with bespoke treatments and signature products. It’s found on the lowest floor of the hotel, which means full privacy is given for all treatments and enquiries. They have a 40 square foot spa pool, and a sauna, as well as a host of treatment rooms.

As for treatments, they have a range available; all manner of massages, treatments specifically for men, body wraps, scrubs, slimming therapies, scalp rituals, facials, and couples for treatments that take place in the double treatment room.

Hotel & Accommodation

The history surrounding 30 James Street is rich and impressive. Originally constructed in 1898, it is a Grade II listed building due to its shipping company past and having built arguably the most famous ships in the world – RMS Titanic. The building fell in to disarray during World War II, but was restored to its former glory in the past couple of years, and now draws attention as a Titanic-themed hotel to commemorate both the ship and White Star Line, the shipping company it lived as at the turn of the century. It has 64 luxury bedrooms, and serves as a popular venue for conferences and afternoon tea.

Home to one of the most popular restaurants in the city, The Carpathia restaurant is ready and willing to offer high quality seasonal dishes. You’ll find some old time glamour in the restaurant, as it channels its inner Titanic in its theme. It’s an interesting one for the history buffs out there, as the restaurant is named after the ship that rescued the 705 survivors of the RMS Titanic. The Champagne bar is one to be experienced, with a rooftop bar and views of the city, landmarks and all. Additionally, if you want to take in White Star Line in its original design, afternoon tea is a must in the White Star Grand Hall.