Hotels in Liverpool in general Reviews
Newest Review: ... building the inside is the total opposite. A few things for you to know: 1. Breakfast is amazing, one of the best Ive tasted in a hotel and ive stayed in a lot. 2. Bar prices are reasonable for a city centre hotel. 3. Restaurant is ok, but if your staying a few nights definitely worth venturing out to the city. 4. Ask for a street side room if you can, otherwise you may hear trains from the station behind. 5. Free wireless internet! 6. Free Car parking (hard to find in a city centre!) 7. Close to all attractions furthest away is the Albert docks which is only about 15 mins away. 8. I paid £69 a night which was cheaper than I got the Adelp... more
Customer Hotels in Liverpool in general Reviews (3)
by - written on 13/01/10 (Useful, 13 readings)
A hotel with a twist. It is themed around a cruise liner. Now it is hard to get this feeling on land but they have done well. A lot of money has been spent on this since it was the Gladstone Hotel. I thoroughly enjoyed my stay in the Liner. Don't be put off by the outside of the building the inside is the total opposite. A few things for you to know: 1. Breakfast is amazing, one of the best Ive tasted in a hotel and ive stayed in a lot. 2. Bar prices are reasonable for a city centre hotel. 3. Restaurant is ok, but if your staying a few nights definitely worth venturing out to the city. 4. Ask for a street side room if ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/12/05 (Very useful, 361 readings)
Right, so you’ve read my review of Liverpool and have decided to spend a few days in this fantastic city but where are you going to stay? Care to have a little advice from someone who regularly visits the place? Clearly I must be in an increasingly painful financial situation because the price bracket of the hotels I have stayed in during my three most recent visits to Merseyside has dropped each time. What that does say about Liverpool, though, is that there is accommodation in the city to suit all budgets. While I like to stay somewhere nice, I firmly believe that the more economic you are with your accommodation expenses the more you can spend on enjoying ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/04/02, updated on 14/04/02 (Very useful, 333 readings)
I'm fresh back from a week in Liverpool and have found that my scales have broken. Eight pounds on in a week - c'est impossible! In truth a week at the Holiday Inn and expenses are to blame. The hotel we stayed at couldn't be better placed or easier to find. If you arrive at the city's main railway station, Lime Street, the hotel is the first thing you see. Of course this is handy but it also means that the denizens who hang around the station at night are your neighbours. At first glance the hotel looks dated. The building is a chocolate and cream affair that screams 1970's. This however belies the interior, which is very swish having ... Read the complete review
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