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nice hotel, funny layout to get to rooms but rooms were nice spacious and clean, room was at front leading onto a main road and it was very noisey with road traffic, rubbish colleciton from 5,30am so hard to get a full nights sleep. tea/coffee facilites in the room wld have been nice as well
Comfortable well appointed hotel with everything you need for the business traveller. Not enough staff for the front desk which meant that on a number of occasions you were in a queue at the desk with others waiting to be dealt with. Hotel gym was too small and not private enough - but this is minor ...
Only negative would be the queue at check in at 2 pm... however it was also very handy to have a late checkout. So i supose you cant have one and not the other..
After reading some reviews was pleasantly surprised. Staff pleasant & welcoming. Although our room was at front of building, mimimal noise during the night - noisy during day however. Room was small, but adequate for our needs and was clean and warm. Bar was reasonable size & prices OK for hotel, ...
As above but the thing that annoyed us was there were two very loud parties going on . no quiet bar area to have an after dinner drink other than be surrounded by a lot of very verbal and quite tipsy people. We understand the need for prechristmas parties but function rooms should have their own ...
Liverpool is a vibrant city in the North-West of England, attracting visitors throughout the year. People come here for the music scene, the culture, the shopping and the nightlife - and if you're looking for affordable three-star accommodation, you'll find plenty on offer. Whether you prefer to stay in an independent hotel close to Liverpool ONE or a chain hotel situated near Albert Dock, there's something to suit your tastes and budget.
The majority of three-star hotels in Liverpool are generally situated within easy walking distance of the city's main attractions, and most offer free parking, great for families travelling with younger children. Other amenities on offer include free cribs or infant beds on request, complimentary breakfast (some hotels may charge for breakfast) and laundry facilities. Chain hotels have 24-hour business centres and meeting rooms available for hire, so if you're here on business, you'll be well catered for.
Liverpool is renowned as a superb shopping destination, so if you fancy picking up some Scouse bargains, make sure you bring your credit card! With most hotels in the city centre within walking distance of the main shopping areas, it's easy to spend a whole day indulging in a little retail therapy. Liverpool ONE encompasses four shopping areas, with everything from popular department stores to designer boutiques, and plenty of options for relaxed family dining. For designer labels, the Metquarter centre in Whitechapel is the place to be, while if you're looking for vintage stores and independent shops, Bold Street has been rated by Lonely Planet as one of the best shopping streets in the UK - and it's easy to see why.
After all that shopping, you might want to take in some of the city's sights and attractions. Don't miss Liverpool's many museums and galleries (most of which offer free entry) including the Tate Liverpool and the Merseyside Maritime Museum. The Albert Dock area is home to the The Beatles Story Exhibition, where you can find out more about the Fab Four, or even take a Magical Mystery tour to locations made famous by the band such as Strawberry Fields and Penny Lane. Another must-see attraction is Liverpool Cathedral; it's the largest cathedral in the UK and you can enjoy spectacular views from the tower, 100 metres above the ground - don't forget your camera!
Liverpool's three-star hotels offer outstanding amenities, whether you're here for the weekend with friends, enjoying a romantic break or on a family holiday. Free WiFi is on offer at most hotels, so you can stay connected and share those holiday snapshots on social media, whilst extras such as laundry facilities and luggage storage are available at larger chain hotels. Most hotels offer guest room amenities such as tea/coffee makers and flat-screen TVs, to ensure you enjoy a comfortable stay. You'll also find that larger hotels have facilities for business guests such as a business centre and meeting rooms, plus a 24-hour reception.