Liverpool Marriott Hotel City Centre
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- Ideal for exploring Liverpool at your leisure
- Heated indoor pool
- On-site bar & restaurant
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Excellently located, right in the heart of the vibrant city centre, the Liverpool Marriott Hotel City Centre is a superb choice for your short break in the North-West. Surrounded by trendy bars and restaurants, as well as some of the best shopping outside of London, the hotel is conveniently close to many of Liverpool’s top attractions too; the docklands area, Cavern Club and the Echo Arena are all just a short stroll away.
A peaceful haven amidst the hustle and bustle of the busy city, the laid-back ambience and the contemporary style that characterises the Liverpool Marriott is self-evident throughout the hotel. The spacious en-suite guestrooms come well-equipped and feature luxurious furnishings and a flat screen TV for your comfort and convenience.
To fully relax and rejuvenate, be sure to make good use of the hotel’s excellent leisure facilities; blow off some steam in the terrific fitness centre, or unwind in the fabulous heated pool or sauna. With an extensive menu of Urban Peace Treatments available in the hotels Heath and Beauty area, put yourself in the capable hands of the onsite beauty therapists and enjoy a wonderful massage, facial, manicure or make-over.
Hotel Facilities & Services
- Lift to all Floors
- Air Conditioned Public Areas
- Tea and Coffee Making Facilities
- Air Conditioning
- Non Smoking Rooms
- Direct Dial Telephone
- Parking at Hotel Cost: £12.00 Per 24 Hours
- Indoor Pool Free: Yes
- Jacuzzi Free: Yes
- Sauna Free: Yes
- Solarium Free: No
- Gym Free: Yes
- Name: LIME STREET
- Distance: 100 metres
- Name: LIVERPOOL LIME STREET
- Distance: 100 metres
- Cots/Cribs Free: No
- Interconnecting Rooms
- Baby Sitting
Bar and Restaurant
- Bar in Hotel
- Restaurant in hotel
- Children's Menu available
- Guide dogs only
- Nearest Tube/Metro Name: Lime Street Distance: 100 metres
- Nearest Rail Name: Liverpool Lime Street Distance: 100 metres
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TripAdvisor Traveller Rating
- Overall: based on 1389 reviews
- Sleep Quality:
An angst-ridden decision to stay the night
Stay Date: 08/2017, MatthewMoggridge wrote this review.
I don't know what it is about me and the Marriott hotel chain, but I rarely book a night in a Marriott deliberately; it's always a kind of necessity. In fact, the last time that I did book on purpose was in Cleveland, Ohio, USA, or it might have been… See more
I don't know what it is about me and the Marriott hotel chain, but I rarely book a night in a Marriott deliberately; it's always a kind of necessity. In fact, the last time that I did book on purpose was in Cleveland, Ohio, USA, or it might have been Atlanta, Georgia: probably both of them. So perhaps I'd better take that remark back, or at least a little bit of it, because I've also stayed in a Marriott in Brussels, on the Grand Place, but that was back in the early noughties. Let's just say that, for some reason, Marriott isn't my first choice. There's no outright reason for this; it's not that I don't like Marriott hotels, far from it, but this week, once again, I found myself staying in a Marriott because I had to; the last time was in Chicago at O'Hare airport when my flight to London was cancelled and there was no alternative. This time it was my own stupid fault for overdoing the alcohol, getting generally carried away with life and chatting that I forgot the sorry fact that the last train out of Liverpool, headed for London, is some ridiculously early hour, something like 2130hrs. The alcohol didn't help either, but I won't bore you with the details of my derelict state of mind, just let's say I wasn't on top form and I never seem to learn a simple lesson: know when to stop. There's nothing worse than staying in a hotel without a toothbrush or a change of clothes and if you add to that the general weariness brought about by drinking too much red wine and the mildly angst-ridden state of mind I was in, then you won't be surprised to learn that I didn't sleep well. I must have hit the sack around 11pm after enjoying hot food downstairs in front of the television (for some reason I had ordered another glass of red wine (another one!!!)) but I realised the error of my ways and ignored it. I awoke around 3.30am in need of water and so I dressed and paid a visit to the front desk three floors below me (I was in room 341). The receptionist told me that because the hotel was deemed to be a public building all the tap water was drinkable, so, having ordered a large bottle of still mineral water, which arrived later, I went upstairs and drank copious amounts of tap water while I paced the room debating what to do next. Get the really early train home, or the slightly later one? I realised that all of the early trains were classed as 'on peak' and that I'd be paying upwards of £200 if I decided to leave Liverpool early. I went back to bed around 0500hrs and then awoke around 0700hrs, not feeling brilliant. I took a much-needed shower (excellent as everything worked fine) and then hit the breakfast room, but could only manage Alpen, tea, yoghurt and a banana. The Marriott was fine. It did the job. The woman on the front desk was good, the breakfast was fine although there was a strange smell that kind of put me off a bit. My room was pretty standard, nothing to write home about, and the last thing I was in the mood for was the television so I never switched it on. For a room for the night, a bowl of Alpen, yoghurt, tea and a banana I paid £144.00. The alternative would have been to find a park bench somewhere and see the night out as a vagrant. One thing I wasn't impressed with was the so-called 'business centre'. It was little more than a printer and a tablet in the lobby. Writing emails proved difficult as was accessing my work email system. I would much have preferred a proper keyboard, but each to their own. I can't grumble much about this hotel because it was fine. The room was good, the shower was fine, the room service was fine, the breakfast did the job, the location, close to the station, but also bang in the centre of town, was fine too. And what I did like was the screen behind the front desk advertising other Marriotts around the world. Hotels with wonderful pools in wonderful locations. And when you're a little hungover and you see alluring images of still swimming pools in hot climes, well, it works wonders. The staff were friendly too, let's not forget them. Top marks to the early morning receptionist and the guy who checked me out – they were simply nice people, which is what you want whatever state you're in. I made my weary way to Lime Street railway station where I ordered a medium-sized tea and a heated sausage baguette, plus another banana from Upper Crust (I think that was it's name). I won't say it did the trick, nothing does, but it helped. Collapse
Quality food, Great price
Stay Date: 08/2017, xSharonxH wrote this review.
Went for a meal with work colleagues, fantastic food quality and even better price. Made to feel so welcome, drinks flowed so much we lost track of time, can safely say on behalf of all of us we were so impressed we would recommend to everyone and wi… See more
Went for a meal with work colleagues, fantastic food quality and even better price. Made to feel so welcome, drinks flowed so much we lost track of time, can safely say on behalf of all of us we were so impressed we would recommend to everyone and will return. Thank you and we'll done Collapse
Lovely hotel in central location
Stay Date: 07/2017, Rams_fan_11 wrote this review.
We stayed in July as part of a large group. After an horrendous drive up on a Friday afternoon, we were welcomed into the hotel and shown into a separate dining room where our group were being hosted. The food was a buffet style and was very welcome … See more
We stayed in July as part of a large group. After an horrendous drive up on a Friday afternoon, we were welcomed into the hotel and shown into a separate dining room where our group were being hosted. The food was a buffet style and was very welcome after the long journey. We bought drinks in the bar and were shocked at how expensive it was for two pints of Becks. The room was lovely and overlooked the back of the hotel. It was very quiet, however we were woken in the early hours by a hen party returning to the hotel. Breakfast was nice, especially the freshly made omelettes, although seeing as the hotel was at nearly full capacity, the service was very slow. We used the pool facilities at the hotel and were very impressed. The pool area is lovely and a great place to relax, especially the steam room and sauna. The staff made us feel very welcome, but I felt that they were being stretched due to the hotel being so busy. One person working on the bar, with a 15 minute queue is really not acceptable for a hotel this big. Collapse
Stay Date: 07/2017, debg682017 wrote this review.
Stayed here for a last minute weekend break. Hotel is in a great location and is very clean and all staff were very polite,friendly and professional. The food was excellent and we will return for sure. The room had everything you need and the bed … See more
Stayed here for a last minute weekend break. Hotel is in a great location and is very clean and all staff were very polite,friendly and professional. The food was excellent and we will return for sure. The room had everything you need and the bed was ever so comfortable,I slept better than I do at home.The wine may have played a minor part too We will not hesitate to return once again in the very near future Collapse
Stay Date: 07/2017, Kayleigh_M_Williams wrote this review.
We stayed here 2 nights with our 10 month old son. Very friendly check in. Had a good size family room with 2 double beds. Location was fab. Right in the middle of the city centre! Close to everything we needed and still only a short walk to Albert… See more
We stayed here 2 nights with our 10 month old son. Very friendly check in. Had a good size family room with 2 double beds. Location was fab. Right in the middle of the city centre! Close to everything we needed and still only a short walk to Albert dock and the front. Used the pool a few times as the baby loves swimming. It was always quiet when we visited and our son loved it. We had a great deal where as we booked direct using a Visa card we had breakfast included. The breakfast was amazing!! The layout was fantastic separating meat and non meat products either side of the egg chef. Amazing for vegetarians. And having an egg station was fantastic. Any kind of eggs cooked any way you like. Perfect for egg lovers. Something you rarely see in the uk. Overall we loved our stay here and will definitely return. Collapse
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