Unique Quality: The Adelphi Hotel was originally built in 1876 but was replaced in 1914 with the building that stands today. The Adelphi was built to accomodate wealthy passengers who where 'overnighting' before their transatlantic crossing.
Considering this is the most famouse Hotel in Liverpool, the pricing is actually very reasonable.
Expect around 30-40 pounds per room per night incl breakfast!
Just make sure you don't go during Grand National week....prices can rise up to 100pounds per person per night!!!
Unique Quality: The Adelphin Hotel is a classic! Dating back to the turn of the century (1900) it has retained its burgoise atmosphere....and old decorations!!! You feel trapped in a time warp when you sit in the foyer having afternoon tea...looking up at a ceiling that is 50ft high, while sitting on your Queen Victoria type chairs!!! Tacky is definately a word to describe this hotel....but certainly you have to experience it!!!
Facilities include its own Gym/Sauna/Swimming Pool/etc.
Nightclub/3 Bars/3 Restaurants.....and absolutely the most perfect spots slap bang in the city centre of Liverpool, with its close proximity to the train station, Department stores, buses, restaurants and nightclubs!!!
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Address: Ranelagh Place, Merseyside, Liverpool, Merseyside, L3 5UL, United Kingdom