My husband and i stayed at this hotel on Thursday 12 April which unbeknown to us at the time was the first day of the races. As such i think the place was busier than usual. Check in was good, our room being ready straight away at 1 o clock. We were also able to park our car securely across the road straight away.
The suite appeared lovely if a little hot but a call to reception led to a member of staff coming to attend to the air conditioning straight away. However it was clear that this just didnt work and the room remained stifling all night which made me feel a little panicked at times and it was difficult to sleep although the bed was very comfy. There was also a chunk out of the bath and the water from the walk in shower drained very slowly and the door didnt shut so you wouldnt want to be too long taking a shower.
There was some noise from late night revellers but we were on the 4th floor so it wasnt too bad. However as the hotel is close to the universities i imagine during term time this may be worse.
There were blinds on the dormer style windows which worked well but on the mezzanine there was a large inaccessible window which just let all the light in anyway. It was very bright.
Breakfast was ok and the staff were very friendly but overall we did expect more from this hotel.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- 89 Individually designed hotel rooms - urbane, minimal and chic: solid wood floors, over sized beds draped in bright white Egyptian cotton, wall mounted LCD wide screen TVs with DVD players and ipod stations. Guests enjoy complimentary WiFi, REN toiletries, Pellegrino mineral waters, ironing and shoe shining service. hope street hotel has a two AA Rosette restaurant. The London Carriage Works serves breakfast, a modern British menus and Afternoon Tea. The TLCW bar has an AA Notable Wine List. It also services a 24 hour room service. Hope street is in the middle of the cultural quarter and hope street hotel is no more than a 5 minute walk of its amazing neighbours: the Everyman, Unity and LIPA theatres, liverpool Philharmonic Hall, two iconic Cathedrals the Victoria Gallery and Museum and the National Trust's Hardman House. All threaded through university departments, independent restaurants and infamous hostelries. Winner of Liverpool City Region Best Hotel Tourism Awards 2015 Silver winner for VistEngland Best Hotel 2014 ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Hope Street Liverpool
- Hotel Hope Street