Liverpool is a city of glamour, music and fun, and it’s absolutely packed full of accommodation for business visitors. With productivity that’s rising faster than any UK city other than London, and as last year’s host for the International Festival for Business, Liverpool attracts a huge amount of business visitors every single year.
So whether you’re in the city for a weekend to meet potential clients or you’re working on an important project here for the next few months from a serviced office, Liverpool has the perfect accommodation to suit you.
If you’re on a tight budget or you need somewhere basic and convenient that’s simply somewhere to put your head down at night, budget hotels are the best options for you. The Dolby Hotel is a nice choice if you want to be in a picturesque location but on the cheap. It sits on the waterfront right in the centre of Liverpool and provides clean, comfortable rooms at affordable rates. If you want a good choice of location, opt for the Premier Inn which has over 10 hotels in and around Liverpool and 3 hotels based centrally. Other good budget options in Liverpool include The Ibis and The Holiday Inn Express.
When you want to stay somewhere with a bit of zing, and with a hefty splash of character, Liverpool has plenty of unique hotels for you to choose from.
Hard Days Night Hotel is about as unique as they come and will delight any Beatles fan because every single room is Beatles themed. That doesn’t mean wall to wall posters or boring memorabilia, but tasteful artwork and fun nods to the famous five in and around the building. Aside from the Beatles feature, the hotel in itself is extremely smart, comfortable and well designed.
For a stay in a gorgeous hotel with a colourful and interesting history, The Signature Hotel is a really great choice and features a truly strong design theme throughout that is both eclectic and contemporary.
And for true music fans, why not stay in Parr Street, where hundreds of stars have recorded over the years? People who have recorded here include; Coldplay, Bjork, Echo and The Bunnymen and Elbow to name just a few. The accommodation is contemporary, trendy and comfortable and there are quirky room options such as The Love Pod, 6 mini interconnected bedrooms, and a penthouse annexe.
When you’re working really hard, and your company has provided you with a big enough budget to enable you to put your feet up on really high spec furniture, you’re going to want to book into one of Liverpool’s luxury hotels – of which there are many.
Double Tree by Hilton Hotel and Spa is a good choice because you get to choose exactly what level of luxury you want to pay for. Suites come in many sizes and all are well designed and finished to a high spec. The biggest suite they offer is the presidential suite which covers 74 square metres and contains a luxurious king size bed, roll top bath and double steam shower, 37 inch LCD TV and complimentary mini bar.
For a stay in somewhere truly beautiful in its own right, the Malmaison Liverpool does dark, sexy chic to a tee and provides a wide range of luxury accommodation ranging from bedrooms to superior suites.
And for a five star experience in a themed hotel, step aboard The Liner where you’ll feel like you’re onboard a luxury cruiseliner – without any of the sea sickness. The hotel is incredibly stunning inside and you can’t help but feel like you are worlds away from all the paperwork and pen pushers when you stay here.