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The Nadler Liverpool Questions & Answers

Newcastle, United Kingdom

what about parking?

over a year ago Answer

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Robert N
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Guest Parking Discounts - Pay From £3.50 Overnight

Take advantage of The Nadler Liverpool's exclusive multi-storey car parking discounts at the nearby secure Q-Park on Hanover Street. You can park overnight (after 6.00pm, leave before 9.00am) for just £3.50, or you can park for 24 hours for only £9.80. Please collect your parking coupon from The Nadler Liverpool's reception when you check-out - this will always give you the appropriate parking discount.

Please be aware that Seel Street has recently been designated as a one way street, which may not show on some SatNavs, and now runs west from Berry Street to Hanover Street.

The best way to reach Q-Park by car from the hotel is by driving west (right out of the hotel) down Seel Street, turning left into David Lewis Street and turning right at the bottom into Gradwell Street. At the end of the road, turn right onto Hanover Street and the entrance to the car park will be on your right.

On the way back from the car park to the hotel, turn left out of the Q park into Hanover Street, immediately left into Gradwell Street. Follow the road which becomes Parr Street. Carry on to the end of the road until you reach Colquitt Street. Turn left and take the first left again and you will find yourself on Seel Street.

We are more than happy to look after your bags should you wish to drop them with us on the way to the car park to save you carrying them!

To walk to Q-Park from The Nadler Liverpool, turn right out of the hotel, walk the 120 metres down Seel Street to the Tesco store - there are 2 pedestrian entrances to Q-Park, one inside the Tesco and one immediately after the store

over a year ago
Liverpool, United Kingdom
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Going to the Royal court theatre were the best place to park

over a year ago
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