The Epic Hotel is located 82 Norfolk Street near to the Liverpool’s southern waterfront.

Epic Hotel Location

The Epic Hotel is located in the hub of amenities and has lots of beautiful places to see.

The Epic Hotel is located in Liverpool’s rapidly rising Baltic district on the western end of Norfolk Street.

It is the tallest building in the area thus making it a Landmark in the Baltic district of Liverpool.

You can find the Liverpool waterfront with the Wapping Dock on the left and the Queens Dock on the right and the Queens Wharf Bridge in the middle leading to the Monarchs Quay. check out Epic Hotel Amenities

The Epic Hotel is located 82 Norfolk Street near to the Liverpool’s southern waterfront.

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The Epic Hotel is near the Liverpool Central Railway Station which is the central hub of the Merseyrail network it is on the Northern Line and Wirral Line.

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Epic hotel driving distance to Lime Street Station

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Epic hotel distance from Liverpool central

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The Liverpool Central Railway Station Connecting the United Kingdom

The Epic Hotel is also near the Lime Street Station which is the mainline terminus, it is the busiest station on full operation in the Merseyrail netwok.

The Epic Hotel is near the Royal Albert Dock which is a mix of buildings and warehouses, it was first structure build from cast iron, brick and stone in Britain and it is the first non-combustible warehouse system in the world.

The Albert Dock is one the most valued tourist spot in Liverpool and it is amongst the UNESCO word heritage Maritime Mercantile City, its also the most visited location in the United Kingdom every year.

There are also restaurants and residential in the Albert Dock premises.

The Epic Hotel is near the Baltic triangle, a historic place in the city central area is known to be one the best places to hangout, shop and dine.

It is rebuilt by the people of creative sense, the entrepreneurs and their combined businesses.

The Baltic Triangle is just a walk away from the Albert Dock, it being situated near the dock is of historic importance where 40 per cent of the world’s trade used to pass through this dock during the 18th and 19th centuries, it also has a red bricked Scandinavian church which has its own historical importance.

The Epic Hotel is near Echo Arena, a 10,000 seated arena where concerts, exhibitions and events are usually held, it is right next to the River Mersey and poses as a fine addition to the Mersey waterfront.

The Epic Hotel is near the Liverpool Cathedral, it is built on St James’s Mount in Liverpool and is the seat of the Bishop of Liverpool

The Cathedral is designed in the Giles Gilbert Scott way and built between the 1940 and 1978, the building is 189 meter long and is the longest in the world, it is also comes amongst  the fifth largest cathedral in the world.

The Epic Hotel is also near the Metropolitan Cathedral usually known as the Metropolitan Cathedral of Christ is the seat of the Arch Bishop of Liverpool and the Mother Church of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Liverpool in Liverpool England.

The Metropolitan Cathedral construction began in 1962 and completed in the year 1967.

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