Very big rooms, very good facilities & car park on site. No air con in the rooms & quite noisy with it being next to the station.
Lovely hotel and right central for bars, shopping, dining, room great and ideal for a short stay Had a great weekend in liverpool, one of my favourite citys Would definitely stay at this hotel again Amie
Nice hotel. Good location. Very good service from staff. My only gripe is the woefully poor taps they have fitted in the bathroom and shower. Somebody chose the cheapest rubbish or they were robbed by the supplier. No way of knowing how hot shower will be without a long trial and error session. And ...
Absolutely gorgeous had an amazing birthday Beautiful room amazing food felt like I was sleeping on a cloud. Worth the money to live in luxury
Lovely hotel has a lovely pool and is central to lots of interesting things to do
Ultra clean, quiet at night so got a good nights sleep, and convenient for the city and all it has to offer
Nice cosy hotel,easy access for all local attractions,staff are friendly,breakfast has improved since my last visit, Well done to all.
The Liverpool Empire Theatre is one of the major attractions for many people who visit the Liverpool area of London. Opened in 1925, the live performances at this theatre include something for the entire family. The Empire Theatre is the biggest two-tier auditorium in Britain and accommodates up to 2,348 patrons. Famed for an early performance by the Beatles, the Liverpool Empire has also been home to two Royal Command Performances. Whilst in the area of the theatre, visitors can also visit the World Museum, which is not only free of fees, but it is also family-friendly with activities for youngsters that include an aquarium, Treasure House Theatre, Bug House, and Planetarium, plus many other family-friendly attractions and activities.
For the inner ghost hunter and supernatural enthusiast, the Theatre is said to be haunted by at least two ghosts. For the rest of the patrons, music and the arts surround the venue. Most notably, the Beatles performed their last performance in 1965 at the Liverpool Empire Theatre.
Bringing you close to the action that is the British theatre experience, Ebookers provides suggested hotels in the thick of it. Live like a queen or king in a 5-star suite or opt for a budget friendly experience in a 2-star option. Regardless of what you choose, you are within walking distance of the sights and sounds near the Liverpool Empire Theatre.
Booking accommodations in Liverpool presents visitors with a wide range of options. Adelphi Hotel Liverpool City Centre offers over 400 en-suite rooms with distinctive Edwardian style. Large screen televisions ideal for viewing sporting events and an upbeat atmosphere are offered by the Wave bar located at the Adelphi. The facility also boasts a swimming pool and gym for unwinding after a long day of sightseeing. Or consider the Bridgestreet at Liverpool One, which offers apartment rentals of one, two, or three bedrooms right in the action of Liverpool. Save money by fixing meals in the room as opposed to dining out for meals. Stunning views of the waterfront or city await guests at Liverpool One.
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