Holiday Inn Liverpool City Centre is the perfect location if you’re travelling to the city for business
4 years ago
The last thing your delegates need when travelling to an event, is to battle inner city crowds and traffic to find the venue.
Holiday Inn Liverpool City Centre is located directly opposite Lime Street Station, meaning it’s convenient for those travelling into the city.
Guests of the hotel can also take advantage of discounted parking in the adjacent 600 space car park, at £6 per 24hrs.
Organisers of events with min 10 pax can enjoy complimentary parking. Each of its 8 fully equipped function rooms are versatile in style and capacity, with the largest, The Liverpool Suite, holding up to 400.
Holiday Inn Liverpool’s Business Centre is conveniently situated on one floor, with a large Breakout Area and pre-function bar, allowing delegates to network and relax during intervals.
The spacious Open Lobby invites attendees to dine, drink and socialise throughout the day and evening, with catering served in The View Restaurant.
Alternatively, delegates are invited to explore Liverpool with a Take-Out lunch, meaning they can escape for some inner-city green space at the nearby St John’s Gardens. From hot and cold buffets to individual dishes, the chefs have carefully comprised a menu of options to cater for most dietary requirements.
For resident delegates, storage of luggage is available, free of charge, and for those travelling with additional baggage, porterage can be arranged. The dedicated Reservations team are able to provide an Express Check-In Service, bringing the desk to you, and allocating rooms and keys with little interruption to your conference.
Joining the hotel for a conference at the hotel is a seamless experience from beginning to end, allowing all those in attendance to focus on simply enjoying the event.
Organisers can rest assured that at any point, there is a dedicated Conference Host available to assist, who is easily contactable via phone and always on hand. With delegates often attending conferences to network with peers, and favouring face to face meetings, the importance of finding a venue that minimises travel pressures and inspires socialising is can not be ignored.