Just back after one night here. We arrived on Saturday to check in, unfortunately there is no drop off point if you are in the car, so had to find parking just before we arrived! Note that there is a car park round the corner approx. 25 yards at a cost of £10.00 for 24 hrs. Once checked in we went to find the studio room. It was room 407. Its a nice room, nice and modern and full of charm. The Kids had the lounge as there room and we had our own bedroom. Both had big TV's and were separated by a short corridor and the bathroom. My only grumble with the room was that the carpet had a split in it and that the feature beams were very dusty, 2 little areas of detail I expect be to taken care of.
The bathroom products are all 'Wren' and very nice, and the Tea & Coffee set up is all nice stuff too.
The Bar and restaurant are all very modern. Service fairly good, if not a little slow on occasion.
Breakfast: some of our party were up early so could only get continental breakfast before 8am which was a little disappointing. Some of our party who did get breakfast said it was ok.
Word of warning regarding our room..... if the weather is going to be windy or very wet be prepared to be disturbed! The room was like a metal tin! You've been told!
Overall though pretty good though?
- 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