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British Charm in Superb Liverpool

hotel doorThis secret hotel has 89 rooms including seven suites and two penthouses. The check-out is at 11am on weekdays and on weekends, at noon. If you desire to have a late check-out, you can do that, for the low price of £10 per hour. All rooms have free Wi-Fi, a DVD/CD library, wall-mounted LCD TV, floor heating, rain showers, luxury toiletries and Egyptian cotton bedding. If you’re bringing your kids, you’ll be pleased to know that all children under the age of five will eat for free and that there are games available for them.

One of the best things about this hotel is its views: a world heritage skyline, cathedrals and Hope Street. The fact that you can bring your dog to this hotel, makes it even lovelier. They provide bedding, toys and walks. All you need to do is talk to the team at the reception and they’ll take care of everything for you and your pooch.

The hotel has received some wonderful reviews online, so if you plan on booking a room go ahead and do it!

In the Local Area

This secret hotel is located right in the heart of Liverpool, so go out and explore the city, it’s waiting for you. There are some things that are just worth getting out of bed for and these two theaters are some of those things: the Everyman Liverpool and the Liverpool Playhouse and this secret hotel can even check the ticket availability for you.

The docks are another attraction you simply must visit if you find yourself in Liverpool. They are stunning and you can do more than just admiring the surroundings: you’ve got the Tate Liverpool, a museum that will delight anyone who can appreciate modern art and the Merseyside Maritime Museum is waiting you to cross its path. Any Beatles fan knows that this is where it all started and if you are one of them, the Beatles museum in the Albert Dock is a must-see.

There are so many attractions in the Albert Dock that you simply cannot get bored here: plenty of cafes and restaurant for you to stop by and catch your breath and if you want to experience some out of the ordinary, you can get a taste of life inside a war house; the entrance is free and you get to see how people hid and lived inside a protected house. We’ll just say that it’s no walk in the park.

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