Liverpool Boutique Hotels mentioned in this article
- Hard Day’s Night – North John Street, Liverpool, L2 6RR
- Hope Street Hotel – 40 Hope Street, Liverpool, L1 9DA
- Malmaison – 7 William Jessop Way, Liverpool, L3 1QZ
- Heywood House Hotel – 11 Fenwick Street, Liverpool, L2 7LS
- 68 Castle Street – 68 Castle Street, Liverpool, L2 7LQ
- The Nadler – 29 Seel Street, Liverpool, L1 4AU
Hard Day’s Night (****) – North John Street
Think Liverpool and inevitably the Beatles soon come to mind. Hard Day’s Night (****) is a themed hotel in Liverpool’s Cavern quarter which, as the name suggests, in inspired by the Fab Four. The bedrooms in this four star, Grade II listed boutique hotel have been been liberally sprinkled with exclusive artwork so you’re never far away from John, Paul, George and Ringo. “I’m Only Sleeping,” said the band on the Revolver album and you will be too with the comfortable Hypnos beds. While the hotel alludes to the city’s past, the hotel is anything but old fashioned with impressive contemporary designs.
Hard Day’s Night hotel, just a 10 minute walk from the Albert Dock.
Hope Street Hotel (****) – Hope Street
Hope Street Hotel is a stunning boutique hotel in the centre of Liverpool with a range of beautifully designed rooms and suites. Solid wood flooring will be found throughout with a number of attractive design touches. Each of the 89 guestrooms has toiletries from REN, Jacob Jensen telephones, Egyptian cotton sheets and air conditioning. Hope Street Hotel is just over the road from the 1930s-built, Grade II-listed Liverpool Philharmonic Hall. Modern British dishes are served up with local produce in the London Carriage restaurant.
Solid wood flooring is just one of the features at Hope Street Hotel
Malmaison Liverpool (****) – William Jessop Way
Over by the Princess Dock, on William Jessop Way, is Liverpool’s edition of the popular boutique chain, Malmaison. The usual Mal characteristics are all in evidence, with comfy beds, walk-in power showers and mood lighting. Many of the rooms have views across the famous River Mersey and the Kop Suite boasts a four poster bed, wooden double-ended bath tub with television, L-shaped sofa and separate playroom with table football.
Striking designs at Malmaison Liverpool
Heywood House Hotel – Fenwick Street
Situated in Fenwick Street, just a stone’s throw from Liverpool James Street station is the four star Heywood House Hotel. The property is a former bank which was built in 1799, making it the oldest surviving banking building in Liverpool. The former Heywood’s Bank has been sensitively brought up to date to create modern, elegant boutique hotel yet affordable too. The rooms, all benefitting from air conditioning and Hypnos beds, are classed as Comfy, Plush or Balcony, with the latter having generously sized outdoor areas with seating and decking.
Outdoor balcony area with seating at the Heywood House boutique hotel in Liverpool
62 Castle Street (****) – Castle Street
Another boutique hotel in Liverpool which started life as a bank is 62 Castle Street (****), built in 1868 as the Alliance Bank and then later becoming the North & South Wales Bank. This townhouse hotel has just 20 generously-sized suites, all designed to an excellent standard with high quality furnishings and attractive colour palettes. The House and Master rooms are split level suites with lounge area and work desk.
62 Castle Street, Liverpool
The Nadler (****) – Seel Street
Situated in one of the most vibrant parts of Liverpool, The Nadler (****) is a smart boutique hotel with 106 rooms. The historic property is a warehouse dating back to the 19th century, now converted into a comfortable hotel with contemporary styling and an elegant colour palette throughout. The rooms are all air conditioned and range from a cosy small double up to stunning split level garden suite – a super spacious suite with private garden and an upper gallery for sleeping and dressing.
Spacious split level suite at The Nadler Liverpool