Merseyside Hotels
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The Nadler Liverpool

The Nadler Liverpool Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The Nadler Liverpool is the most recent incarnation of this 19th-century warehouse, and sympathetic renovation has retained much of its historic industrial flavor. The 106 rooms at this upscale property are smart and very 21st century, however, with impressive kitchenettes and the odd unexpected touch of luxury, as well as original timber trusses in some. The lack of bar or restaurant gives a bit of an unsociable feel to the place, though the location is great for hitting Liverpool's trendiest bars and eateries. It's slightly more popular -- and a tiny bit cheaper -- than the nearby Staycity Serviced Apartments, but Staycity's units all have fully equipped kitchens and separate lounge areas.
Signature Living Hotel

Signature Living Hotel Rating: 4.0 Pearls

Signature Living is an upscale boutique hotel right smack in the middle of Central Liverpool, a close walk to Lime Street Station (with links to London, Wales, and Chester), Liverpool One shopping complex, Albert Dock, and the Matthews Street bar district. Each floor of the property has a different motif (such as a Moulin Rouge or James Bond theme) and offers spacious, distinctly decorated rooms set up to accommodate guests traveling in groups. Judging by the party/club atmosphere of the hotel, it seems more apt for larger groups (think stag/hen parties or one-night events) than for guests seeking single/double occupancy stays who may be greatly impacted by the noise, especially in the evenings.
Hope Street Hotel

Hope Street Hotel Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The Hope Street Hotel is an upscale, 89-room property featuring an impressive meld of Victorian-Venetian and striking 21st-century architecture. The location isn't super-central, but it's a pleasant area well within walking distance of the city center. The quality of in-room amenities (such as underfloor heating) impresses, as does the rustic wood decor, but poor soundproofing can be an issue. A real highlight is the restaurant, one of Liverpool's best and a destination in itself. Unsurprisingly, rates can be high, especially at weekends, though midweek prices can dip dramatically.
Hard Days Night Hotel

Hard Days Night Hotel Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The Hard Days Night Hotel is an upmarket, 110-room tribute to Liverpool's greatest musical export set right in the bustling heart of where John, Paul, George, and Ringo first cut their teeth. With the Cavern Club just around the corner and most of the city's attractions well within walking distance, the location is excellent -- though the busy road can create noise issues in some rooms. The Beatles theme just about manages not to slip into '60s kitsch and rooms are tastefully done with upscale amenities -- some have balconies. Restaurant and bar areas are good, if a little overpriced, and room rates are typical for hotels of this caliber in the city. For fans of the Fab Four, there's no better choice.
The Richmond

The Richmond Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The Richmond is a classy, upscale hotel located in the center of Liverpool within walking distance of all its main attractions and transport links. There's more than a little glitz and glamor in the interior design, which extends to the bar and restaurant, though not so much to the guest rooms -- which can also suffer street noise. In-room amenities, however, are excellent and apartments can be configured complete with fully equipped kitchens. Wi-Fi as well as in-room bottled water and milk are free. Although not cheap, rates are a good value; the similarly priced chain hotels in the area aren't half as ritzy.
Hotel Indigo Liverpool

Hotel Indigo Liverpool Rating: 4.0 Pearls

Hotel Indigo Liverpool is a 151-room property in the central core of Liverpool. This bright, colorful hotel has a creative atmosphere with its whimsical wall murals, both in the reception and the rooms. Modern rooms are artistic, with bold use of color along with hardwood floors, stocked minibars, and clean, attractive bathrooms. There is a Marco Pierre White Steakhouse on-site along with an open-concept lobby and lounge. Located by the city's waterfront, Indigo Liverpool is a quick walk from Albert Dock, the Liver Buildings, and the Liverpool One shopping district.
Staybridge Suites

Staybridge Suites Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The Staybridge Suites is an upscale apartment hotel with a prime location on Liverpool's Kings Waterway. It's geared towards longer-stay guests, and each apartment-style suite has a fully equipped kitchen for self-catering, and lounge area with satellite TV for nights in. Smartly decorated with wood floors, stainless steel appliances, and simple furnishings in warm wood and earth tones, the apartments feel modern yet cozy. There's a real emphasis on creating a warm, welcoming feel, even extending to social evenings for guests to meet. There are cheaper options -- Holiday Inn and Campanile hotels are nearby -- but for excellent value, especially for long-term stays, this is a solid choice.
Heywood House Hotel

Heywood House Hotel Rating: 3.5 Pearls

The Heywood House Hotel is in many ways a fine, upscale property; it has elegantly converted interiors and luxurious extras, such as high-end toiletries and roll-top baths. The location of this 35-room, 18th-century building is also prime -- just minutes' walk from city center shopping and the Cavern District. Wi-Fi is free throughout. Lack of facilities, however, is a major shortcoming, as the property doesn't even have a breakfast room or room service. Given this, rooms can be a tad expensive, though deals seem to be frequent so it's worth checking for knock-down rates.
Z Hotel Liverpool

Z Hotel Liverpool Rating: 3.0 Pearls

Z Hotel Liverpool is a simple budget property in Central Liverpool, close to many local shops, bars, and restaurants. With bespoke furniture and modern decor, this boutique hotel has an eye for style and gives off a very chic and stylish vibe. However, the 92 tiny rooms lack closets and privacy with frosted glass-walled bathrooms. It does have beautiful views of the city (especially on the upper floors), however, and is just a stone's throw away from the Matthews Street bar district and Lime Street Station, as well as Albert Dock and Liverpool One shopping complex.
The Liner Hotel

The Liner Hotel Rating: 3.0 Pearls

The 152-room Liner Hotel is a nautical-themed property down the street from Liverpool Lime Street rail station, the main travel hub of the city. It has a brasserie, pub, banquet hall, business center, and numerous meeting rooms. The rooms here are spacious and include nice touches such as a kettle and stocked minibar, but some of the nautical furniture and decor can feel a touch dated and worn. Breakfast and Wi-Fi are both free.

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Oyster Pearl Rating

  • Award-Winning

What's Your Style?

  • Kid-Friendly
  • Luxury
  • Romantic
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  • Business
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Locations

  • Liverpool

Amenities

  • Air Conditioner
  • Babysitting Services
  • Balcony
  • Basic Television
  • Business Center
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