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annielumsd We were made very welcome but the lack of a dining room (being refurbished) meant that we had breakfast in our room. As we didn't have a table, or any free surfaces, this was a bit tricky. Balancing plates on our laps was fun for the first two days but became a chore. The location is fine, a bit far out near the ring road, but as we had a car we were OK. There were buses but we decided not to use them (I'm retired and just a bit too old to walk as much as the others in our group were) - though that had been our intention. The fridge and micro-wave in our room were nearly new, very clean, and easily used, and we made full use of these facilities. Electric sockets were a bit of a problem, when all three of us needed to charge mobiles, laptops etc. Overall it was a pretty fair deal, value for money - especially the full breakfast!
67 Dale StreetExcellent 90%
Speke Hall Avenue Liverpool AirportExcellent 90%
katiejt Fantastic location, just round the corner from the famous Philharmonic Hall and Philharmonic Dining Room, the bizarre Catholic cathedral, lots of lovely eateries, and only a short stroll from the city centre. Also a short walk from Lime Street train station. The hotel itself is great - comfy bed, AMAZING shower, iPod docking station, and the hairdryer even has a diffuser! Yes, the rooms have no windows, but this was not a problem (I had been worried about the heat, as other people had mentioned that the rooms can get very hot, but we really didn't find this to be a problem ,and it was quite a warm weekend). The only thing to bear in mind is that we found that we couldn't get any mobile signal (o2) and had to go up to the reception desk/main door before we could use our phones. This, along with a few rather loud hen parties returning to the hotel in the early hours of the morning (which is not the fault of the hotel) would have to be the only negative points we found on our stay. As everything went so smoothly, it's hard to comment on the staff, as we had almost no need to speak to them. But on check in and check out, they were helpful and professional. I would definitely recommend this place to anyone looking for central, affordable accommodation in Liverpool. The fact that it's a little bit quirky, for us, just added to its appeal.
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