62 Castle Street

Address: 62 Castle Street, Liverpool, Greater Liverpool, England, L2 7LQ, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Central Liverpool area of Liverpool, is near The Beatles Story Experience, The Cavern Club, Beatles Magical Mystery Tour, and The Grapes.
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      Historical Traveler Reviews 62 Castle Street Liverpool

      Fantastic Rooms overlooking Square


      Stayed here for a Saturday night as a treat for my husbands birthday. Room was absolutely fantastic and I have never stayed in a nicer hotel room. Very large with lovely view over the statue of Queen Victoria. The hotel has been sympathetically restored and has been beautifully upgraded yet leaving lots of the original features.

      We had upgraded to a Master Suite and it was well worth the money, stayed in Room 101 and certainly didn't want to get rid of anything in this room. Hotel is next to a restaurant and breakfast was served in there. Next time we stay would probably have breakfast in room as it was so lovely- thouroughly enjoyable.

      Fantastische Zimmer auf den Platz raus


      Wir waren an einem Samstag hier, um den Geburtstag meines Mannes zu feiern. Das Zimmer war einfach nur fantastisch und ich habe noch nie in einem schöneren Hotelzimmer übernachtet. Sehr groß mit einer schönen Sicht auf die Statue von Queen Victoria. Das Hotel ist schön restauriert und nobler gemacht worden, das originale Design wurde aber beibehalten. Wir nahmen einen Upgrade für eine Master Suite und die war das Geld wert. Wir waren in Zimmer 101 und wollten aus dem Zimmer gar nicht mehr raus.

      Neben dem Hotel befindet sich ein Restaurant, wo auch das Frühstück serviert wurde. Beim nächsten Mal werden wir uns wohl das Frühstück aufs Zimmer bestellen, da es dort so schön war - wirklich ganz toll.

      Something different in the city of culture


      I was staying in Liverpool for a practical reason which meant I needed to be as local to Albert dock but didn't want to stay in one of the generic chain hotels which litter the river. 62 Castle street was perfect for my needs. A 2 minute walk from the main road and set in what seemed to be the business district of Liverpool the hotel was a gem.

      Practically it doesn't have a car park which was frustrating as road parking was charged every day of the week and the big car parks were a short walk. A concierge service would have made a huge difference.

      The building is spectacular and the proportions of the rooms well above the equavilent in the earlier mentioned chain hotels.

      We booked a standard room £125 per night but I think we got something more superior as it seemed bigger than the one described when I booked. The décor was thoughtful, quite sultry and very much aimed at romantic couples.

      Breakfast can be served in the room or in the bar / lounge. Very acceptable breakfast in spectacular surroundings and it felt like we were the only people there.

      For: location, décor, size of rooms, feeling of privacy.

      Against: no parking, there is a bar with a late licence and if you have a 'back room' ie facing the ally not the main road - you hear it!

      Etwas anderes in der Stadt der Kultur


      Ich war aus einem bestimmten Grund in Liverpool und musste ganz in der Nähe des Albert Docks eine Unterkunft finden, wollte aber nicht in einem dieser 08/15-Kettenhotels übernachten, die zuhauf am Fluss zu finden sind. Das 62 Castle Street war perfekt für meine Zwecke.

      Das Hotel war ein Juwel und zur Hauptstraße waren es zu Fuß zwei Minuten und es liegt auch in einem Viertel, dass wie das Geschäftsviertel von Liverpool aussah.

      Es hatte keine eigenen Parkplätze, was recht frustrierend war, da man fürs Parken an der Straße die ganze Woche über zahlen musste und zu den großen Parkplätzen war es Stück. Was gefehlt hat, war ein Conciergeservice.

      Das Gebäude war spektakulär und die Proportionen der Zimmer waren erheblich größer als in den bereits erwähnten Kettenhotels.

      Wir buchten ein Standardzimmer für 125 Pfund/Nacht, aber ich glaube, dass wir ein besseres Zimmer hatten, da es größer zu sein schien als das, was ich gebucht hatte.

      Die Einrichtung war wohl überlegt, recht sinnlich und ganz auf romantische Paare ausgerichtet.

      Frühstück wurde auf dem Zimmer oder in der Bar/Lounge serviert. Sehr akzeptables Frühstück in einer spektakulären Umgebung und wir hatten das Gefühl, die einzigen Gäste zu sein.

      Pluspunkte: Lage, Einrichtung, Größe der Zimmer, Privatsphäre.

      Minuspunkte: Keine Parkplätze und dann gibt es dort noch eine Bar, die bis spät in die Nacht auf hat und wenn man ein Zimmer nach hinten raus hat, also Richtung Gässchen und nicht Richtung Hauptstraße, dann hört man das auch!

      Chambres fantastiques donnant sur la place


      J'ai offert une nuit là-bas à mon mari pour son anniversaire, un samedi soir. La chambre était absolument fantastique, je n'en avais jamais vu de si belle. Elle était très grande et nous avions une vue charmante sur la statue de la reine Victoria. L'hôtel a été restauré avec soin et superbement rénové, tout en gardant beaucoup des caractéristiques d'origine. Nous avons pris une Master Suite et nous en avons vraiment eu pour notre argent ; c'était la chambre 101 et franchement, elle était parfaite. Le petit déjeuner est servi au restaurant voisin. Si nous y retournons nous le prendrons plutôt dans la chambre, qui est si ravissante - nous avons énormément apprécié ce séjour.

      Old but new fantastic


      My husband and I decided to be spontanious and spend the night in a hotel, and what a beautiful night it was.

      Situated close to the albert dock in the heart of liverpool is this grade 2 listed building that has been modernised to a standard of absolute bliss.

      very contempory but with the gorgeous feel of old artitecture it has a good vibe about the place.

      the reception staff were wonderful very friendly and helpful, being from the wirral we did'nt need any help as where to go in and around liverpool but they are there to help if need be.

      we went up to our room it was a master suite(de-lux) rooms all booked up. but wow was this a fantastic room oh yes it was from the floor covering to the colours the bed the curtains the spacious bathroom all with the contempory look but for me being close to home but feeling like a thousand miles away.

      so off we went for a few drinks down matthew street and headed back to the room resturant for our meal.

      again i was overwhelmed by the feel of the place. when you walk in your not surronded by lots of tables there is a lovely bar area. again the staff there were excellent and we were treated like royalty.

      food was divine i had pate to start lovely and fillet steak yummy.

      then after dinner back to our fabulous room. breakfast in bed this morning and a paper to wake up too.

      staff hotel service and quality of room hotel food was super excellent.

      Great Boutique Hotel


      Beautiful Boutique hotel in great location. Rooms decadently furnished with an apartment, rather than hotel feel. Staff very friendly.

      Großartiges Boutiquehotel


      Wunderschönes Boutiquehotel mit einer großartigen Lage. Zimmer waren dekadent eingerichtet und hatte eher das Ambiente eines Appartements als eines Hotelzimmers. Personal war sehr freundlich.

      Schönes Zimmer, gute Lage


      Ich war das erste Mal in Liverpool und wollte eigentlich im berühmten Adelphi übernachten. Ich habe es mir dann aber schnell anders überlegt, als ich die Kritiken auf dieser Seite sah! Dieses kleine Hotel war wunderschön im modernen Stil eingerichtet. So etwa Ikea-Katalog trifft auf schickes Londoner Loftappartement, so können Sie es sich vielleicht besser vorstellen.

      Mein Zimmer war groß, sauber, modern, sah brandneu aus und mit allem ausgestattet, was ich brauchte. Großes Doppelbett mit Daunendecke, großer Flachbildfernseher, zwei Ledersessel plus Stühle, schickes Bad, kostenloser Internetzugang für mein Notebook, ein gutes Frühstück (Kartoffeln vom Sauteé waren richtige und keine gefrorenen), Ipod-Docking-Station mit Lautsprechern und ein Esstisch (mit einer Schale Süßigkeiten und einer Vogue und GQ).

      Nur 5 Minuten vom Flussufer und den Hauptgeschäftsstraßen entfernt und vielleicht noch mal 5 Minuten bis zur Lime Street Station.

      Lovely room, good location


      Never having visited Liverpool before, I'd intended to stay at the famous Adelphi. I quickly changed my mind when I saw the reviews on this site!

      This small hotel is beautifully decorated in a modern style. Think Ikea catalogue meets chic London loft apartment and you'll be on the right lines. My room was large, clean, modern, looked brand new, and had everything I could have wanted. Big double bed with duvet, big flat-screen telly, 2 leather armchairs plus stools, smart bathroom, free wired internet access for my laptop, a good breakfast (sautee potatoes were made fresh from real potaoes rather than frozen), ipod docking station with speakers, and a dining table (with bowl of yummy sweets plus copies of Vogue and GQ).

      Just 5 mins' walk from the riverside area and the main shopping streets, and maybe another 5 mins to Lime Street station.

      TripAdvisor Reviews 62 Castle Street Liverpool

      4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

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