The Adelphi Hotel, Liverpool

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Hotel: The Adelphi Hotel
Location: Liverpool
Description:

Dating back to 1826, few hotels in Liverpool city centre can boast a history as rich as the internationally famous Adelphi Hotel Liverpool. Located in the heart of Liverpool City Centre, just 3 minutes walk from Liverpool Lime Street train station and within easy reach of the M6 and M62. The Adelphi Liverpool Hotel is the premier hotel in Liverpool for business, leisure or shopping.

Facilities: Restaurant, Bar, Room Service.
Rooms: Standard room feature Tea/Coffee making facilities, trouser press, complimentary newspaper, direct dial telephone, hairdryer, wake-up service and television, desk space, wardrobe and drawer space, chair or settee, windows and en-suite bathroom.
Leisure Spindles Liverpool Health Club and Gym is well equipped with the latest facilities and equipment, including Heated Indoor Pool, Spa, Sauna, Steam Room, Sun Bed, Fully equipped Gymnasium, Aerobics Classes, Fleur Hair and Beauty
Local Attractions:
  • The Beatles Story
  • Aintree Racecourse
  • Liverpool Philharmonic
  • The Panoramic
  • Mathew Street Festival
  • Laughterhouse Comedy
  • Bug World
  • Goodison Stadium and Anfield Stadium
  • Underwater Street
  • U-Boat Story Liverpool

The Adelphi Hotel, Liverpool



Number Adults in Car2 Adults3 Adults4 Adults5 AdultsExtra Night
1st Jan 2017 - Jun 2017£195£169£156£148£46
1st July 2017 - Aug 2017£244£204£184£172£46
1stSept 2017 - Dec 2017£195£169£156£148£46


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Prices are per adult and include...

UK Breaks - Special Offers 3 for 2 and 5 for 4Return Car on Ferry with Stena or P&O.
UK Breaks - Special Offers 3 for 2 and 5 for 4Two nights in twin/double room.
UK Breaks - Special Offers 3 for 2 and 5 for 4Bed and Breakfast
UK Breaks - Special Offers 3 for 2 and 5 for 4Kids Go Free *
UK Breaks - Special Offers 3 for 2 and 5 for 4Free use of hotel leisure facilities
UK Breaks - Special Offers 3 for 2 and 5 for 4V.A.T.

* Kids: Travel and stay for free. Meals paid directly to hotel.
Prices based on two adults sharing twin/double room.
Please note: A ferry and/or hotel supplement may apply.

Liverpool has old-world charm, modern sophistication and a proud heritage it never tires of showing off. Its first economic boom came when the port traded with the world, creating untold wealth, stunning architecture and an open attitude that took in influences from around the world. No wonder then that its most famous sons, The Beatles, were the first to hear new music from the US. Today, the culture is still as cutting edge as ever, the buildings are freshly spruced up, and the people are as famously sprightly, entertaining and funny as they always have been.

History and Heritage: Liverpool was England's cultural melting pot during the Empire days, a place where wealth and trade flowed in and out of the city. So far so cliched, but the quality of the buildings on the grade 1 listed Albert Dock, The Pier Head and the Stanley Dock have led to UNESCO declaring the docks as a world heritage monument, said to be 'a supreme example of a commercial port at the time of Britain's greatest global significance.'

Sports: Liverpool FC and Everton Football Club played their first 'Merseyside Derby' in 1894 (a crowd of 44,000 watched Everton win three nil at Goodison Park) making it three centuries in which the city's two clubs have been in the top flight of English league football. Take the Anfield Stadium Tour to learn more. While the two clubs dominate the sporting line up, there's also the Aintree Racecourse, the 'Saints' Rugby League team, and the Royal Liverpool Golf Club at Hoylake is a veritable Mecca for golfers, eclipsed only (perhaps) by the Ryder Cup venue at Royal Birkdale in nearby Southport.

Family Fun: Bug World on the Albert Dock has seven zones of creepy crawlies including the 'encounter' zone! Nearby Underwater Street defies definition, but if you want to pan for gold, see a volcano erupt, launch paper planes or experiment with optical illusions, it's the place to head. Fans of submarines can learn about German U-Boats at U-Boat Story on the Woodside Ferry Terminal. And finally, plane-loving nippers will be pointing to the skies at the Southport Air Show, a regular stop for the Red Arrows and WWII Spitfires and Lancaster Bombers.


EnjoyEngland.com, the website of England's national tourism organisation on Liverpool.

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