The Pullman Liverpool was in good location and easy access to town.
Had a room with a river view. Ate in the restaurant the first night and got a lovely meal. Enjoyed using the spa facilities.
Bargain, lovely breakfast and great location for arena
Security appalling; outer door non-functional and fire escape lights on my floor all out except one. Fire doors in corridor not closed at night..
Central Location. Bag Drop Very Clean staff friendly
Nice central spot in Liverpool. Good facilities and room.
Great hotel, staff and location, what a great City
Very friendly staff, clean room with a great view. Super breakfast. Pool is a good size and nice and warm!
A pleasant stay staff were very helpful. Car park was a problem to find and the original entrance had been moved and there is no appropriate signage
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.