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The bathroom didn't drain properly. The lighting was poor and there was no long mirror in a well lit area making it hard to get ready. Other than that was a lovely hotel and a beautiful view
Easy check in, nice and comfy rooms, good breakfast.
Large, clean hotel in an ideal location for exploring the City. Beds were comfortable, room was clean and good range of food to choose from at breakfast time. Only negatives were that there were 3 of us booked into a triple room but there were only hand towels, cups and bath towels for 2 people. ...
Stayed only 1 night. Room was spacious if basic and tea and coffee facilities provided though more milk would have been appreciated. Whilst it looked clean and smelt of bleach a bit more attention to detail is necessary as there was an awful lot of dust on skirting boards and all light fittings were ...
Very good stay. Only disappointment was coffee at breakfast...very poor.
Attentive staff, good size room, clean, huge bath and good size shower. Good choice of breakfast too.
We area a family of four - 2 adults and 2 kids over 10, The hotel is in a great location being right on Albert Dock. It’s also close to The Tate, Maritime and other museums and a 5 minutes walk to Liverpool One shopping area. We had a family room (409) which was nice and clean and looked out over ...
Staff looked after us very well The location was good and we got the rooms we asked for
Staff really friendly, lovely room, idle to stay when visiting Aintree. Food nice but not much choice on the evening menu. Breakfast was lovely and tasty and plenty of choice.
Whether you are travelling to Liverpool for a small business meeting or a large corporate function, you can find a great choice of hotels catering to business travellers.
This city is home to more art galleries and museums than any other outside of London, and received UNESCO World Heritage Site status in 2004 in recognition of its maritime and industrial heritage.
Whichever business hotel you choose in Liverpool, you can expect WiFi access, often free of charge. That means you can easily arrange important conference calls via Skype, stay up to date with all your e-mails, or catch up on work at your hotel's business centre or at your room's work desk.
All business hotels offer conference facilities, and the city's most deluxe hotels can accommodate major events such as awards ceremonies and galas. Many rooms also include fully equipped en-suite bathrooms, tea and coffee-making facilities, and TVs with full access to business satellite channels, so you can stay abreast of the latest market movements and financial news.
This city is famed for its vibrant Chinatown, which is the oldest in Europe and features many very good restaurants and Chinese-themed supermarkets and bookshops. Learn more about the city's maritime heritage by visiting the Merseyside Maritime Museum, or book tickets to see a show at the acclaimed Liverpool Empire Theatre, which holds theatre major musicals and other live shows throughout the year.
Visit the William Brown Library and Museum, which includes the Liverpool Central Library and the World Museum Liverpool natural history and archaeological exhibition. This charismatic 19th-century Classical-style building is noted for its Corinthian columns, and is just minutes from the former North Western Hotel, a remarkable Renaissance Revival building dating back to the 1870s. Liverpool is also home to the St. George's Hall concert hall, a splendid Neo-Classical landmark that dates back to the mid-19th century and is noted for its extravagant interior.
Business hotels in Liverpool are a convenient base for business travellers looking for well-equipped accommodation offering easy access to the city's commercial district and visitor attractions.