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Excellent location with safe car parking. All the staff were very helpful and friendly. Great to have a spacious apartment with all the mod cons for the same price as a hotel room. There are two on site bars/restaurants which are ideal for breakfast or a night cap
Great Hotel. Although this hotel does not offer breakfast, it's right nextdoor to the Alchemist and offers 20% off of the cost of your breakfast. So for £10 you can get a fantastic Full English + Coffee. I would definite;ly recommend this hotel to friends and family.
One night birthday treat. Great location on Liverpool's famous cultural trail Hope Street. Handily placed for both cathedrals and the iconic Philharmonic Hall. 15/20 mins walk to Albert Dock and Liverpool 1.
The people at the restaurant even brought us breakfast to our rooms not even expecting a tip. They told us where to go as we were tourists. Was a very heart warming welcome.
From the moment of check- in it felt right- friendly and efficient. Room was quite small but with everything you might need, including complimentary drinks and snacks. Very clean and quiet.
One of the most visited cities in Britain, Liverpool became a bustling maritime centre by the 18th Century, and achieved UNESCO World Heritage Site status in 2004 in recognition of its profound industrial heritage. Nicknamed the 'World Capital City of Pop', it is perhaps best known culturally for the Beatles, who formed here in 1960.
Look forward to a warm, personalised welcome at your boutique hotel and expect a more authentic environment with a charismatic and traditional atmosphere. The vast majority of boutique hotels offer WiFi access, and many provide full English or continental breakfasts for you to enjoy. Many rooms also have fully equipped en-suite bathrooms, and all accommodation includes good quality double or single bedding to ensure you a pleasant night's sleep.
One of the most visited museums in the country, the Merseyside Maritime Museum tells the story of how Liverpool evolved from a modest medieval community into one of the world's biggest ports by the industrial era. Discover how the Maritime Mercantile City became the gateway to the world, learn about its involvement in the Atlantic Slave Trade, and find out more about the doomed Titanic, which was registered here.
This venue offers a thought-provoking insight into the history of slavery, which began in Liverpool at the end of the 17th Century. Learn about the legacy of the Atlantic Slave Trade and the stories of the enslaved, and the campaign to abolish the Slave Trade in the British Empire in the late Georgian era.
Founded in the 1870s, Liverpool's Walker Art Gallery is one of the finest in the country, featuring an extensive collection of European paintings dating back to the medieval period. See its beautiful Pre-Raphaelite artwork, British ceramics objects, and famous paintings from renowned artists such as Poussin and Giambattista.
Overall, boutique hotels make a convenient base for exploring this bustling maritime city.