From the Hilton Liverpool City Centre to the The Adelphi Hotel, these excellent hotels for groups all boast 100+ rooms and suites.
These hotels for groups in Liverpool City – including the Pullman Liverpool – all enjoy super-convenient locations.
Hilton Liverpool City Centre
First up on our list of hotels for groups in the English city of Liverpool, which is home to almost half a million people, it’s the Hilton Liverpool City Centre. This super smart and stylish stopover has 215 rooms and suites across seven floors.
Be sure to check out on-site restaurant The Exchange, the PIMA Bar, complete with live entertainment and sun terrace, plus the 24-hour fitness centre. Business travellers will be interested to hear that there are 10 meeting rooms to cater for your needs.
The hotel is right next door to Liverpool Lime Street train station – it’s just a one-minute walk away! It’s also a great location for shoppers, as it’s located in the middle of the buzzing Liverpool ONE complex.
The Adelphi Hotel
One of Liverpool’s largest hotels for groups, the Adelphi boasts a bumper 402 rooms across six floors. It’s found within an impressive, whitewashed townhouse, which is of a charming Edwardian architectural style, and dates back to 1914.
There are two on-site dining options to try out – Jenny’s Restaurant for a full English breakfast, and Crompton’s for fine French fare in the evening – plus three different bars.
Once again, it enjoys a highly central location, and is a short walk from Liverpool Lime Street station. There are also 300 car parking spaces available!
Jurys Inn Liverpool
Next, with 310 rooms and suites across six floors, it’s the Jurys Inn Liverpool.
Selling points include Oddsocks Bar and Kitchen, an all-day Costa Coffee bar, 10 meeting rooms for business travellers, plus free Wi-Fi.
Liverpool Lime Street station is 10 minutes away in the car, and nearby things to see and do include the Tate Liverpool, where you can see blockbuster modern art by iconic names such as David Hockney and Marcel Duchamp, and the stunning Liverpool Cathedral, which dates back to 1978.
Finally on our round up of Liverpool hotels for groups, it’s the Pullman Liverpool, located in Kings Dock. This modern waterfront stopover, built in 2015, has 216 rooms. Be sure to ask for one with a view of the River Mersey!
There’s a fitness suite to enjoy, as well as the Dukes Bar and Restaurant for classic British fare. It’s business traveller-friendly, given its proximity to the BT Convention Centre and Exhibition Centre Liverpool.
The second Pullman in the UK after London St Pancras, it is a five-minute walk from Albert Dock, and a 10-minute drive from Liverpool Lime Street train station.
While in Liverpool, why not visit The Beatles Story museum? Liverpool’s most famous attraction is of course a homage – and permanent exhibition – to the city’s most famous musicians: Ringo, John, Paul and George. You can also visit the Cavern Club, where the band used to perform!
Stay tuned! In our post due next week we will talk to you about group hotels that are great for trips to Sheffield, England you might be planning! Are you planning a group trip sometime in the near future? Then let’s make the booking!