Themes of the Titanic – Ideas for our New Project
Upon the acquisition of our new building, the historically abundant Albion House, here at Signature Living, we have decided to continue our conquest of providing the individuality that makes your stay here in our accommodations entirely different to your average hotel.
True to the Signature Living way, we will be adding a touch of the unique to your stay by creating a different theme on each floor of our newest addition, Albion House, the former organisational headquarters of the Titanic. We hope to be basing our ideas on the theme of cities in the world with high international prestige. According to Time Out Travel, the top 5 cities in ascending order are, New York, London, Paris and coming in at joint fourth, Berlin and Barcelona. As of yet, we have decided on 3 of our cities, including London, Paris and New York and we wish to deliver the atmosphere of these cities on each floor. From the iconic red telephone boxes of London to the bright lights of Times Square, New York, we will be giving the ambience of these cosmopolitan cities in what will be more than a hotel room in the historical Titanic building.
Within the 350 beds, we aim to create the theme and ambience of international travel and expedition that was most probably felt by the 1912 travellers as they journeyed on the RMS Titanic from Belfast to New York City. Through staying in the Titanic building, our guests will be able to experience the rich history that can be found in the original features such as the steel work and arches. This can especially be found in the first floor which will be themed as the Titanic floor. As for the other five floors, these will show the theme of the potential the Titanic had to travel the world. We are expecting this new project to be complete by September 2014.
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