It is plush, comfy. Like a really upscale home. It has a beautiful view. I would definitely book this again and again especially for the great price and the space.
Liverpool in Merseyside has become renowned for its music, culture and shopping, as well as its nightlife. Whether you find it hard to understand the local 'Scouse' dialect or not, people here are friendly and the city has a great buzz that ensures it's a popular destination for those on a short break. Luxurious five-star hotels in the city range from independent hotels in The Wirral to self-catering apartments, so there are options to suit all tastes.
If you've ever dreamed of holidaying on board a luxurious barge, then you could book a room aboard a Liverpool houseboat at The Docks. It may not be for everyone, but amenities such as free WiFi and private bathrooms ensure a comfortable stay with a difference. For those who prefer to spend their break on dry land, Liverpool has a good range of 5-star hotels to choose from, and it's up to you whether you prefer to stay in the city centre, within walking distance of the shops and sights, or in The Wirral, where you'll find several excellent independent hotels. Some five-star hotels provide amenities such as games consoles and DVD players in guest rooms, and with 24-hour room service and restaurants and bars on the premises, you need never venture further than the hotel if you're enjoying a romantic weekend away.
As tempting as it is to stay curled up in luxurious comfort in your room, you'll probably want to leave your hotel at some point to explore Liverpool's vibrant nightlife. The city centre is fairly compact, and most hotels are close to an array of bars and restaurants, whatever your tastes. The Seel Street area is home to an eclectic range of night spots, from traditional gastro-pubs to Hawaiian-themed bars and a speak-easy with a secret entry-code, as well as plenty of late-night venues for dancing. The Cavern Club on Mathew Street is a Liverpudlian institution - The Beatles played almost 300 shows here, and today it's one of the city's premier live music venues, with a Beatles tribute act on Saturday nights. If you're looking for traditional pubs, head for the Hardman Street area, while if it's the biggest bars and clubs in the city you're after, then the area surrounding Concert Square is a must, home to The Krazyhouse and Revolution.
Liverpool is a great spot for shopping, and with luggage storage and free parking on offer at many five-star hotels, you don't need to worry if you indulge in a spot of retail therapy. The best place to head for designer labels is the Metquarter shopping centre, where you'll find brands such as Hugo Boss, MAC and Diesel.
Liverpool's five-star hotels cater to those who really know what they like, discerning travellers who look for the very best amenities and comfortable, luxurious surroundings. With amenities such as 24-hour room service, fitness facilities and hair salons on-site, you'll enjoy a relaxing stay at some of the very finest hotels the city has to offer.