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If you want to make the most of your trip – whatever the reason for heading in – here’s 12 great hotels you should check out – and check into – in 2022.
Set in the old Liverpool Post and Echo HQ in Old Hall Street, it’s got fab décor, state of the art facilities and some of the best views across the Mersey. There’s a range of rooms from the INNSiDE Room with floor-to-ceiling windows, luxurious king-size bed and en-suite with rain shower, to the Liverpool Condo supreme suite which covers 72 sq metres, has a separate lounge, a collection of local art and panoramic views of the city. Added to that you’ve got a great Gino D’Acampo restaurant on the ground floor and his 360-Degree Sky Bar on the 17th for cocktails and light bites and more of that glorious panoramic view.
Not so much one hotel, but six sets of chic apartments and party pads spread across the city centre. They come with fully-equipped kitchens, spacious living areas and everything you need to make your stay simple, straightforward, and that little bit special – from Temple Court near the Cavern Quarter with its velvet sofas, Hollywood-style mirrors and marble bathrooms offering luxury for you and your mates, to iStay’s Maison Townhouse in Rodney Street which sleeps up to 40 guests over five floors, making it the one for a stag or hen do, or a big birthday bash. In the Georgian Quarter it’s five minutes’ walk from the cathedrals, and close to cafes, restaurants and loads of nightlife.
The first hotel in the thriving Baltic Triangle its owners say it’s a place where ‘punk art meets urban chic and traditional hip joins synonymously with effortless cool’ and we wouldn’t disagree. It looks like New York’s Flat Iron building, the walls of its 58 rooms are adorned with music memorabilia, and they’re completed in the style and tech stakes with fully-stocked Marshall speaker mini-bars and interactive tablet controls. They’ve got Peloton bikes installed in some spaces and, again, there are some fantastic views over the city and River Mersey. The Jamaica Street hotel’s also got its own Duck & Swagger pub, and Shoreditch-style restaurant, The Baltic Brasserie.
This surely has to be one of the best hotels the city in terms of location, situated in between Church Street and Bold Street, Quest is the number one choice on TripAdvisor for hotel visitors to Liverpool and you will literally be right in the thick of it when you head out for your city centre day tip or night out. You can choose from three different styles of serviced apartment, the studio, the one bedroom or the two bedroom. The aim of Quest is to provide every guest with the luxury of hotel service within the space and comfort of an apartment, for however long they need it.
If we have a ‘Blu’ it’s only right we should have a RED one too! One of only three Radisson RED hotels in the UK with more to follow, the Liverpool RED is due to open in the North Western Hall later this year. Handily linked to Lime Street Station, it will have 201 rooms, including five suites on the upper floors, and trademark features of Radisson RED include striking art installations, high-power technology and an open-plan, relaxed design which is set to make the most of all the impressive period features of this superb building opposite St George’s Hall.
Created within Stanley Dock, Titanic’s history goes back to when the city’s port was the most important in the world; and it’s a perfect accommodation option for those looking for comfort and luxury. It’s within walking distance of the city centre and all the main amenities and attractions, or you could just unwind and enjoy the tranquillity of the hotel’s waterfront location, its theatre style restaurant, Stanley’s Bar & Grill, or, if you are looking for the ultimate relaxing getaway, a retreat at Maya Blue Wellness, its own subterranean spa sanctuary.
It’s the world’s only Beatles-inspired hotel, housed in the magnificent Grade II listed Central Buildings. It dates back to 1884 so it’s steeped in history, while each of its 110 rooms is furnished with specially commissioned Beatles-inspired artwork. Slap-bang alongside Mathew Street and the Cavern Club, it’s ideal for lovers of the lads who shook the world and a great base for exploring all the other Beatles landmarks like Penny Lane, Forthlin Road, etc.; and it’s also perfect for others who just want a break away with shops, galleries, museums, restaurants and more close by.
Lock and Key is the 14-bed boutique hotel set within a Grade-II listed Georgian townhouse in the heart of Liverpool’s Duke Street, Ropewalks District, just 50 metres away from Liverpool One and a 10-minute walk from the Albert Dock. The Sunday Times put this gorgeous little hotel in the top 100 UK hotels with an outstanding reference: “This Georgian townhouse hotel in a prime Liverpudlian location is full of heart, with stand-out service.” Boasting super-friendly service, luxury AND value for money, it’s a real city gem.
The popular Chapel Street boutique hotel is fab and funky, with bold splashes of colour making it stand out from the crowd. It’s in a great place for sight-seeing, right in the middle of the Albert Dock and the Waterfront, and the shops and Mathew Street, and while its brick-exposed lobby suggests functional – which it is – it’s full of character and cheery too with bright splashes of colour from reception to rooms. Packed with comfort – there are superb spa bathrooms – it’s also got a 24-hour gym, a plush Cotton Lounge cocktail bar, and to top it all off, the legendary Marco Pierre White’s Steakhouse Bar & Grill, which puts the food offering right at the top of the scale.
The Kings Dock bolthole is the place if you want to get aboard for a relaxing night or two away, or somewhere to rest your head after a concert at the M&S Bank Arena. The fabulous views of the Albert Dock and the Liverpool Wheel alone make it worth a visit, but it’s also got some amazing suites, a great bar & grill restaurant, and a well-equipped fitness lounge with all the latest cardio and resistance machines so you don’t have to let your New Year health regime to go to pot while you’re away.
Another totally hip hotel, it’s designed for those who want stylish but uncomplicated accommodation with a choice of straight-forward room styles and packages to choose from. There’s everything from the Loft at the top which sleeps two and is ideal for couples exploring the city or friends on a night out, to the Block, the perfect party accommodation with six rooms across the basement sleeping up to 12 people, three of which open onto your own outdoor space. All well kitted out and top for tech, you can pimp your room with balloons, banners and bevvies, pre-book the entire mini-fridge, and arrange all manner of treats and loving gestures, as well as hangover kits.
Situated in one of Liverpool’s most picturesque areas, the Hope Street Hotel is as beautiful inside as the street it calls home. The four star, luxury hotel boasts 147 rooms which are divided between standards, deluxes, studios and suites. You’ll find the London Carriage Works restaurant on the ground floor, and new venue 1931 too. The recent renovation has transformed the hotel yet again, creating a brand new spa, swimming pool and even its own in-house hotel cinema. If it’s good enough for the footballers, it’s definitely good enough for you.
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