Liverpool is a city with unique attractions, exciting events, a fierce football culture, unrivalled musical heritage and famously warm welcomes. With the largest collection of museums and galleries anywhere outside of the Capital, Liverpool’s culture and heritage are at the very heart of the city. If you’re planning on visiting this wonderful northern city, take a look at the most fabulous hospitality projects in Liverpool and book your stay!
A 10-minute walk stroll north of the city centre, this slick modern hotel attracts business and leisure travellers alike with its airy interiors, great breakfasts, and extensive health club complete with River Mersey views.
This elegant establishment is based upon three colours – representing style, relaxation and vibrancy – complimenting the hotel’s work, rest and play ethos. Each room here is individually designed, so you’re sure to enjoy the quirkiness of this former Merseytravel Headquarters, whichever type of room you decide to go for. The Richmond also has a rather unbeatable Brasserie for you to enjoy.
THE SHANKLY HOTEL
One for the Liverpool fans, The Shankly Hotel is a unique boutique hotel just a stone’s throw from St George’s Hall. Celebrating the life of Liverpool’s greatest manager, Bill Shankly, the hotel boasts comfortable and stylish accommodation in its range of rooms, which show off Jacuzzi baths and 50″ televisions.
62 CASTLE STREET
62 Castle Street offers style and individuality in abundance at its urban townhouse. Situated in a Grade II-listed building that’s been standing since 1868, the chic hotel is within easy reach of all local amenities and boasts rooms with character, decorum and charm.
THE NADLER Looking for a boutique hotel in a bustling district of bars and restaurants? Look no further than The Nadler. Standing on the popular Seel Street, this hotel offers contemporary rooms in the middle of the metropolis that is Liverpool city centre. The building – dating back to the 1850s as an iron founders – lay derelict from 1970 until 2008, and now is the home of a range of rooms, from small doubles through to the Secret Garden Suite which is set over two floors.
Hope Street is a stunning boutique hotel in the heart of the city’s popular Georgian Quarter. It’s quaint and full of character, while its solid, wooden floors and beams form the basis of the independent hotel, which attracts wonderful reviews online. With suites and king rooms, penthouses and studio accommodation, there really is a space for everyone here!
30 JAMES STREET
Last but certainly not least, 30 James Street is set in the beautiful building that the infamous Titanic ship was registered to, this location is rich with history. The building – set in white Portland stone and red brick – has been standing in the city since 1896 and has recently been renovated into a hotel commemorating the disastrous Titanic. This hotel’s rooms are all set to an individual style; with Quarters rooms housing a Jacuzzi, while the Presidential Suite boasts a 15-foot bed, spa pool and breathtaking views of the Strand, Three Graces and Dockside.
See also: 5 LOVELY LIGHTING IDEAS FOR CHRISTMAS