If you are looking for a beautiful hotel with top notch facilities in a convenient location then your search is over! This award winning, four star hotel well located in the vibrant centre of Liverpool is a joy to stay at. Within walking distance to many top attractions and sights which will delight tourists, this hotel also makes a welcome base for business travellers to with its functional business facilities. A friendly and efficient concierge service can arrange many things for you including complimentary morning newspapers, laundry, room service and parking. Some relaxation treatments can also be arranged including massages.
All the well appointed and comfortable guest rooms are fully furnished with a flat screen LCD TV with cable, a CD library, a DVD/CD player, complimentary toiletries in the en suite bathroom, a telephone and hairdryer.
Our top picks close to this hotel
How about a day at one of the country’s best loved safari parks? Knowsley Safari Park is a cracker of a family day out where you are in the ‘cage’ (or car) and the animals roam wild and free around you! A mere 8 miles from the city centre, this experience is well worth the short drive and the kids will love it.
The Albert Dock is a very picturesque part of the city and seems to have been designed for some twosome wanderings. With a great selection of cafe bars and museums, this little slice of city side by the water is a lovely and romantic place to spend a day aimlessly wandering.
The Metropolitan Cathedral of Christ the King is a surprisingly tranquil and peaceful place given its 1960’s futuristic take on architecture. The cave like and massive interior is naturally and cleverly lit via some quite staggering stained glass windows which are worth going for just by themselves, even if religion or concrete architecture isn’t your bag.
The Cavern Walks shopping Centre houses a fabulous selection of unique and boutique shops selling kids, men’s and ladies clothes, jewellery and accessories and food and drink all under the same, beautifully quirky roof.
For eating out
The Baltic Fleet is a traditional sailor’s pub and one of the last surviving ones in the city. Located dockside, this hostelry sells real ale, good honest food and is a slice of the maritime history of Liverpool to boot.
Nightclub locations don’t come much better than the spectacular looking converted church where Alma de Cuba is housed. With original, 300 year old stained glass, marble everywhere and noble church candles lighting up the atmospheric space, this club is one of the hottest tickets in town. At the weekend, the decadent party set love nothing more than heading here and being covered in – honestly – thousands of rose petals thrown over the jumping crowded dance floor from the lofty balcony above it.