Voted Best UK Newcomer Good Hotel Guide 2005 Cesar Awards
Hotels - Hope Street Hotel is Liverpool?s first boutique hotel. Centrally located in the city?s cultural quarter, between the cathedrals, across the road from the concert hall and surrounded by theatres and restaurants. Built in 1860 in the style of a Venetian palazzo - a delightful privately owned Design Hotel, passionately run with thoughtful service and comfortable contemporary interiors.Individually designed rooms, real wood floors warmed by under floor heating, king sized beds draped in Egyptian cotton and cashmere throws. State of the art wall mounted LCD wide screen TV's, DVD and CD players, along with unmetred broadband access in every room. Rain-dance showerheads the size of dinner plates, huge soft towels and mist free mirrors complement timeless bathrooms. Views include the river, world heritage skyline, cathedrals, traditional Hope Place and Hope Street. Picture windows and skylights capture some of the stunning architecture that fills this part of the city and surround the hotel.The London Carriage Works, named after the original building, is Liverpool's newest and leading restaurant. Created by Paul Askew, the city's most decorated chef, choose between the relaxed brasserie, and the city's finest dining experience separated from each other by dramatic shards of glass. Classic cuisine with a creative modern twist and the freshest local and organic produces. Our knowledgeable and devoted staff include a sommelier with a wine list of over 200 carefully selected wines Open all year round for breakfast, lunch and dinner, including special pre and post concert/ theatre dinners and 24 hour room service.The Residents? Lounge is the city?s ultimate destination bar - discreetly lit with comfortable leather seating. Cool oak slate grey floors set off a Steinway Grand Piano whilst glazed vistas under the pavement offer a unique people watching experience. Classic and contemporary cocktail menus. Priority admission for all hotel guests.