Hope Street Hotel
Hope Street Quarter
Hope Street Hotel is set in a landmark building from 1860 in Liverpool’s historic Hope Street quarter. Originally home to the London Carriage Works, in the style of a Venetian Palazzo, it now provides the perfect setting for this four star design hotel. Recently the hotel expanded into the neighbouring School for the Blind. The extensive use of wood, stone and glass complement the original exposed brickwork, beams and cast iron columns. Two of the largest pieces of structural oak to be found in Britain support the central oak stairwell that runs from top to bottom of the building.
Guestrooms are individually decorated with bespoke furniture in maple, beech and American black walnut illuminated by daylight pouring in through the picture windows. Room facilities include king size beds covered in Egyptian linens, under-floor heating, flat-screen TVs with CD/DVD players and monsoon showers. 24hour room service.
The London Carriage Works restaurant serves modern international food. Afternoon tea features fresh-baked cakes and the breakfast menu ranges from light bites to a full Liverpool breakfast. The bar offers bottled beers, cocktails and 150 wines and champagnes. It also serves sandwiches and bar snacks. Spa with indoor and outsoor pools.
• 162 rooms
• Hotel opened: 2009
• Architecture & Interior Design: Basia Chlebik
• Bathroom amenities: REN
Parking possible at a location nearby (charged).
• Liverpool John Lennon Airport: 20-minute drive
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