Five Unusual Hotels in Liverpool

Posh Pads at The Casartelli has something for everyone; whether you want an apartment just for one night, for a week or maybe even as long as a month, they have something for you. Not only can you book accommodation for whatever duration you like, but you can be guaranteed that it will be generously sized, will have all the conveniences you may expect from a 5 star hotel, and will be fully serviced. The Casartelli building itself dates from the mid 18th century, but was completely renovated to mix period elegance with modern facilities. Just down the road within walking distance is the Liverpool One Centre and Albert Dock.

Hope Street Hotel has its origins in an old warehouse in Liverpool’s Georgian Quarter, but oh how far it is come from those humble beginnings. The building has had a total overhaul and now is home to one of the World’s 50 Coolest Hotels (or so Condé Nast Traveller voters thought, anyway). The location of this luxurious 89 room hotel is exceptional; it is surrounded by both of Liverpool’s cathedrals, a number of its prestigious educational establishments, concert hall and theatre. From its rebuild to its reincarnation as a luxury hotel, this has been a labour of love for a native team of builders and designers. The interior is modern, yet does not forget its roots; the wooden beams, metal pillars and brick walls complement the simple design.

Hotel Indigo Liverpool is certainly different to your average hotel. Its 151 guestrooms feature very spacious beds, throws, murals and top quality laminate flooring with rugs. The prestigious Marco Pierre White Steakhouse, Bar & Grill is a must visit if you are staying here – many people choose to eat here even when they are staying somewhere else! And what’s more – even if you are a frequent visitor to Liverpool, you will have a different experience every time you visit, thanks to the establishment’s policy of changing the décor and food every so often.

If you want somewhere with a unique approach to accommodation, look no further than base2stay Liverpool. It offers 5 star luxury in its 106 guestrooms, which are fitted out like apartments, with microwaves mini kitchens and refrigerators. Not only this, but facilities include HD television, complimentary WI-FI, 30 complimentary minutes to local or national numbers, music, gaming, pay-per-view films for £1.95 each and a 24/7 concierge. There is no lounge or restaurant on site, but instead very special rates are offered in a number of eateries, pubs and clubs in the city.

The 4 star Radisson Blu Hotel Liverpool is ideally situated at the heart of the city’s Commercial Quarter. Guests can look out at the River Mersey and Irish Sea from their rooms, which are equipped with free WI-FI and flat screen television. The décor of same is also tastefully decorated in vibrant red and sea blue. They also have the Filini Restaurant, Ark Spa & Wellness Centre and White Bar at their disposal, as well as a conference centre with modern AV equipment that offers 9 rooms for meetings. Just a few minutes down the road are Albert Dock and the Liverpool One Centre.