The Vibe: Happening.
The Area: Famed music and entertainment venues such as the Empire Theatre and St George’s Hall are on the hotel’s doorstep, while the famous Royal Albert Dock, retail and leisure destination Liverpool ONE, and vibrant nightlife are close by, making Radisson RED Liverpool the ideal base from which to explore the city.
The DNA: The grand North Western Hotel originally opened in 1871 serving the adjacent Lime Street Station. After closing in 1933 the building was used as offices and student accommodations. The Renaissance Revival style building resembles a French château. Trademark features include art installations, digital technology and an open-plan design. Stained glass experts were enlisted to reconstruct the six-meter-high window above the staircase to fill the atrium with natural light and offer a focal point for guests as they arrive through the main entrance. The grand staircase and world-renowned polishers added the finishing touches to the 94-meter handrail. The building’s unmissable turrets and spires have also been restored to enhance the hotel’s grandeur. A 1960s-style scooter and sidecar as well as a submarine sculpture can be found in the hotel, in honor of the city’s famous music scene and, arguably the city’s most famous export, The Beatles
Suite-Me-Up: The 10-storey hotel includes 201 guest rooms and suites, some overlooking St George’s Hall, featuring Radisson RED’s signature design-focused, bold, cutting-edge design. Bespoke art pieces created by local artist Indigo Art are found in guest rooms and around the hotel, paying homage to Liverpool’s best-known faces, buildings, and culture, including an iconic image of The Beatles crossing London’s Abbey Road.
✅ free Wi-Fi • size matters: 201 rooms & suites (21-42m2) (226-452 sq ft) • hotel opened: December 2022 • interior design: Koncept ID (Manchester) ❌ no parking available • no pets allowed • 24-hour front desk • wheelchair accessible