Go-ahead for Vincent brand owner’s £70m hotel in Baltic Triangle

vincent hotel baltic triangle cgiLIVERPOOL council has given the go-ahead for a £70m luxury hotel in the city’s Baltic Triangle creative and technology quarter.

An application for a change of use to an existing planning approval was successfully submitted by developer the Elliot Group and is the latest project by Paul Adams, the man behind the Vincent brand.

The 306-bedroom Vincent Residence & Hotel will be the fourth property in his Liverpool portfolio to go alongside the Vincent café and cocktail bar, The Times Hotel on Seel Street and the recently launched Vincent Kitchen.

He also operates the popular Vincent boutique hotel in Southport.

The development will also offer 50 ‘over-sized’ serviced apartments, a 10,000sq ft basement event space and a range of luxury rooftop services, including restaurant, lounge, spa, gym and outdoor circuit training terrace.

Elliot Lawless of Elliot Group said: “Baltic has been crying out for the sort of hotel that fits the neighbourhood’s funky vibe.  I’m delighted with this news and to be working once again with Paul Adams and his team.”

Work on the project is expected to start in early autumn.  Project architects are well-known hotel designers Falconer Chester Hall, who have designed more than 20 hotels across the UK, including the first Vincent Hotel in Southport and Liverpool’s Hope Street Hotel.

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