I stayed here with my sister in January 2012. We were on a hen night in the centre of Liverpool and needed somewhere close.
Everything was very new (I think the hotel only opened at the end of 2011) and the reception area, lifts and corridors were all very clean.
The room had two single beds (twin room), TV, a desk, two chairs, a wardrobe with shelves, a bedside table each, facilities for making hot drinks and a large space to put your suitcase/bags.
The room was spacious and the bathroom was very well set out - it made the most of a small space without the feeling of being crushed.
The lift can only be accessed by the use of your room key. This stops people just walking in off the street. Gives a good sense of security.
The reception staff were very happy and friendly. There is free WiFi and 24 hour room service.
I would without a doubt say here again.
The hotel is directly next to James Street train station. There are bus stops outside the station and a small taxi rank outside the hotel.
A few minutes walk away is the main shopping area which is pretty big! There are also lots of pubs, bars and resturants really close and for the night, Matthew's Street is only three streets over (heading towards the shops).
The cocoon pod hotel is prt of the Liverpool independent hostel, only a 5-10min walk from Lime St station, and close to the cathedral.
A double room in the hotel is £43.
The room is basic has tv and ensuite and tea making facilities
I didnt go into the hostel section of the building but staff are friendly and it looks like a good set-up
Hi, The cheapest city centre accomodation can be found on the waterfront. Have a look at the YHA www.YHA.org.uk. This is a fairly new cheap and cheerful travel hostel. For something a bit more expensive try www.hotelformula1.com or the Ibis Hotel or Express Hoiday Inn on the Albert Dock. Going a bit more up market try the Thistle Atlantic Tower Hotel. This is medium range hotel recently refurbished. All of these are in close proximity to each other so if necessary you could split up if getting rooms proves problematic. In terms of fun things to do the Cains Brewery Tour is close by or you could take part in a pub quiz or set an outdoor quiz about the city (happy to help)If your mobile a trip out to a golf driving range, or a trip to the chill Factore just outside Manchester for some skiing or luge is good fun http://www.chillfactore.com/flash.asp My Liverpool page might also give you some ideas.
The above combine close proximity to the city centre and a reasonable price
We stayed in this apartment for 2 nights in October. It was about a ten minute stroll from the city centre and had a local shop nearby, public transport right outside. We stayed in an apt. for 6 people, 2 twin (one ensuite) and 1 double bed/couch in the living room. The beds were really comfy and there was plenty of bedding etc. The en-suite had the shower in and there was a bath in the other huge bathroom.
Sue, the agent, left a welcome pack, there was milk, bread and a bottle of wine left in the fridge which was a really nice touch.
We'd corresponded with the agents for it over a couple of weeks and when we were overcharged by accident we were reimbursed immediately and given extra to cover any bank charges which was a first in my experience! They were really nice, friendly and helpful to deal with. We left the place as we got it and when one of the girls was talking to Sue after she did say she'd look after us if we ever went back to Liverpool which again, is a first in my experience.
Great apartment, convenient location and great staff.
Great Location, Great Staff
Tina's Guest House is now closed.
It has been bought by LFC and is being used as temporary office space.
There is a guest house called Epstein's at 27 Anfield Road, Liverpool 4.
The cost is £25 per person.
The phone no. is 0151 - 281-86 96.
Epstein's Guest House:
Friendly staff and a good breakfast if you are not into healthy food.
The Beatles' ex manager Brian Epstein's grandparents used to live in this house, hence the name.
Less than one minutes walk to Anfield Stadium.
Or alternatively you could stay with me & my lovely family.
you'll NEVER go anywhere else again.
We promise you won't leave.
Apparantly Liverpool has now got it's own hostel, it's supposed to be quite smart so if you cant afford the Adelphi then theres something for you too.
roughly £20 a night. well you are in England, what did you want affordable budget accomodation.
the only Youth Hostel i know of in Liverpool. Looks like a prison.
If money's no object and your need for politeness isn't great then you have to stay in the Adelphi. I've never been but it's reputation speaks for itself.
You won't get much change out of a hundred.
Well the prices are pretty unique, if you've remortgaged the house or won the lottery you'd be quite safe.
Stay in the village of Portmeirion when you visit. The hotel is excellent and the small cottages are also well maintained. We stayed just below where Noel Coward wrote 'Blithe Spirit'. Really comfortable
I think it was about £50 per room per night.
The location wasn't too bad. From our [strange] corner room, we could see the River Mersey, which was nice. The only bad part was that our room had a funny smell. The front desk said that they get that complaint all the time (???) and that it's only the varnish they use. Hmm, maybe an idea would be to not use that particular varnish anymore? Just an idea. Otherwise, it was a decent hotel, and not too expensive.
Woolton Redbourne just outside of Liverpool
Beautiful Vicorian building built by Sir Henry Tate. Extremely accomodating staff. Fine dining. Great value for the money.
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