Hope Street Hotel4.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
Tastefully renovated hotel in great location in Liverpool stylish rooms, comfy beds, wooden floors, lovely bathroom and great product. Would definitely stay again. Excellent breakfast. Very friendly staff. In walking distance of everything.
I stayed here for 1 night whilst on business. The staff were very welcoming and attentive. The hotel and reception area were very spacious and pleasant to sit in. The room was very nice, had a safe, iron, ironing board, tea and coffee making facilities, tv, hairdryer and the bathroom was well equipped with wash products etc. Only down side were the bath towels could have been bath sheets and the windows in my room (301) were very exposed and overlooked so I spent a lot of time with my blinds shut otherwise people could see straight into my room and bathroom. There is also a gym (which I didn't realise until it was to late) Had breakfast also which was nice, service was a bit slow so if you are tight on time ensure you allow plenty of time (we allowed 40 mins which was not enough). Would def stay here again if I am in the area again
We recently stayed at this hotel for 1 night and wish it could have been for longer! It's in a great location in Liverpool, central to eateries and attractions too which are only a short walk away. The staff upon arrival were helpful and friendly and made us feel welcome too. Our room was on the 2nd floor and had a view over the city. The room was modern and clean (ish) - we had to ask the maid who was luckily in the corridor to come and change the duvet cover within the first 30 minutes of checking in as it had what looked like make up all along the top but it was done so within 10 minutes. But the bed was super comfortable although the pillows were rather low (even with 2) which is unusual for a hotel. We originally planned to have room service but the choice was slightly limited and rather expensive for our taste so we chose to dine out instead, which was the same for breakfast too.
High quality accommodation in a fantastic location, a short walk from the university. The attached restaurant was excellent although breakfast was rather short-staffed both mornings I was there. My room on the 4th floor had a lovely view.
We had a great value package of £99 for one night with breakfast that I bought direct from the hotel itself. It's in a great location, nicely presented and with very friendly staff. We arrived at 2pm and were able to secure a parking space for £12 which was really helpful. Our room was peaceful, you could see the Liver Building from the window. It had all the amenities you would want - including the lovely Ren toiletries, plus nice details like the robes, slippers and Nespresso type machine. The bed was huge and comfortable. Very effective a/c. Breakfast at the weekends runs until 11am - which is amazing - and is hosted in the lovely Carriage Works restaurant. On Sunday morning at 10.30am it was pretty busy and there was a wait for your fresh cooked hot breakfast. Didn't cause us any issues, the staff were really nice about it and very clear. I could see they were unfairly hassled about it by other guests which seemed a bit harsh. My Florentine eggs benedict was worth the wait. Check out was quick and easy; staff very friendly again. I've stayed before and I will stay again; recommend.
My husband and I stayed here for just one night last Saturday. We found all the staff to be very friendly and efficient. The room was lovely though there were a few little niggley things wrong which I mentioned to reception when leaving. The one thing I did find strange was laminate flooring in the rooms. Did the person who designed the hotel ever stay in a room where people walk overhead? It's annoying. On saying that we would stay again if we could have a room on the top floor.
We stayed at the Hope Street Hotel last weekend overnight 2-3/6/17 to celebrate our wedding anniversary. A couple of our friends stayed over too to make the most of the occasion. If I can start with the staff who were magnificent throughout our stay. We were greeted with a warm smile and attentive service from the staff on Reception and the bar and breakfast staff. The Hotel itself is such a lovely alternative from the mainstream large chain Hotels' and they pride themselves on getting every detail spot on. The whole experience was a sheer delight for us all and I would be grateful if you could pass on our sentiments to your lovely staff.
Me and my boyfriend stayed here for one night when they had a bed and breakfast offer. On arrival the penthouse suite was beautiful, with stunning views of Liverpool from both the front and back balconies, along with having a view of the Anglican Cathedral whilst sitting in the bath. The complimentary REN products were greatly appreciated along with the bath robes. The bed was huge and was very comfy for a peaceful nights sleep. However, I don't believe this should be a 4 star hotel, it isn't up to standard. We had to wait around 20 minutes on arrival to check in due the computer systems failing, but this wasn't a problem. The television in the bedroom didn't work, and the remote for the television in the living room was faulty and the buttons needed pressing a few times for it to work. The bedroom balcony door wouldn't open. Because of these faults we phoned down to reception, who after half an hour sent the maintenance man up. He thankfully re-tuned the television in the bedroom, but said we had to lean and put our weight on the balcony door to unlock it because the lock inside the door was loose. We shouldn't of been expected to do that as paying guests. The balconies from all the penthouses are also shared, as there are no barricades to separate them. This allowed you to see into other bedrooms if stood at the end of the balcony, which I didn't like the thought of very much. Also, we wanted to take advantage of having a kitchen by cooking a meal, as being locals we have tried many restaurants in the city so fancied something different. However, the kitchen included many pots and pans for cooking, but no plates or bowls for your food, along with having knives and spoons but no forks. I went and bought two plastic plates and left them in the cupboard when we checked out for the next guest to use. We moved the little armchair that was positioned under the TV to next to the couch so my boyfriend could see the TV, but we discovered the floor was covered in dirt, which appeared to have just been brushed underneath and not scooped up like you usually would do when brushing the floor. The leather couch was full of scratches and a few rips so looked very dated. The wifi was virtually non-existent, although you could get signal in the bathroom of all places. This didn't bother us too much due to it being complimentary, but would be no good for a business person staying in that room. We got breakfast included in the room deal, which was a continental buffet of pastries, cereal, meats and cheeses, along with picking from the menu selection which included traditional breakfasts and bacon sandwiches. This was nice, although realistically we wouldn't of been happy to pay £18.50 each for a bacon sandwich and a croissant. Overall the hotel is great for a romantic stay especially with the beautiful views, but does come across as a posh Premier Inn when you look at the finer details and faults. We would stay again but there is no way we would pay full price for a nights stay at this hotel.
beautiful, stylish hotel, quiet but centrally located with a stunning view of the liverpool skyline. staff is nice and competent, breakfast very good with interesting options 'a la carte'. i really liked the design and the mix of stone and wood for the interior design. a small minus was the dust accumulated on the modern tv set and some corners in the bathroom the cleaning woman apparently had missed, but overall a great hotel to spend a holiday weekend in liverpool!
It was 50 years ago on 1st June that Sgt Peppers Lonely Hearts Club Band was released, so when I discovered that the Bootleg Beatles were performing the complete album as part of the celebrations, it was too good a chance to miss. The gig was at the Philharmonic, and on checking Google Street View, I saw that the Hope Street Hotel was almost opposite, and booked one night for my wife and I. Sometimes when we stay in a hotel, there are little niggles, or even serious shortcomings, but our stay here was completely without drama, and we were looked after extremely well by all the staff we encountered. Our room was fresh, airy and modern, with high quality furnishings and fittings and a very comfortable bed. Everything worked the way it was meant to, and we experienced no noise or indeed anything negative to spoil our nights sleep. As we had arrived early, we managed to obtain a space in the covered car park behind the hotel. There are just 10 spaces, and we were fortunate to land the only space left. The entrance is very narrow, I suspect wider cars could have difficulty entering the garage, and manoeuvring inside could be a problem. However it meant we could forget about our vehicle for the duration of our visit. Unfortunately, I completely misunderstood the terms of our stay and the £27 added to our bill for 2 breakfasts was an unaccounted for addition. However as mentioned, it was entirely my fault, although we would have eaten elsewhere had we known. Please also note that the £10 parking fee does not include VAT. We thoroughly enjoyed our stay at the Hope St Hotel, particularly the friendliness of the staff in the dining room. It's obviously more expensive than a Travelodge or Premier Inn, but the difference in quality and ambience was very obvious.
- Walking distance to University of Liverpool
- Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
- Onsite dining
- 24-hour fitness center
Located in Georgian Quarter within a short walk of University of Liverpool, Hope Street Hotel is within a mile (2 km) of other popular sights such as Liverpool ONE. This 89-room, 4-star hotel welcomes guests with a restaurant, a 24-hour fitness center, and free in-room WiFi. Also close to this Liverpool hotel are Vue Cinema and St. George's Hall.
Enjoy a bite to eat at the hotel's restaurant, or relax with a drink at the bar/lounge. Satisfy your hunger from the comfort of your room with 24-hour room service. For your convenience, a full breakfast is served for a fee each morning from 8 AM to 10 AM.
All 89 air-conditioned rooms feature iPod docks, coffee makers, and free weekday newspapers. LCD TVs come with satellite channels and DVD players, and guests can stay connected with free WiFi. Beds sport premium bedding and bathrooms offer rainfall showers, hair dryers, and designer toiletries. In-room massages are available, and other amenities include free bottled water and desks.
Guests of Hope Street Hotel enjoy features like a 24-hour fitness center, free WiFi in public areas, and a computer station. Self parking is available for GBP 10 per night. The 24-hour front desk has staff standing by to help with dry cleaning/laundry, concierge services, and luggage storage. This hotel also has laundry facilities.
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87% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 1947 reviews