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Historical Traveler Reviews Aachen Hotel Liverpool
Great Place to stay
I stayed in the Aachen Hotel for 2 nights on a girls weekend away and I have to say it was great . Staff were so polite. Room was great and perfect location to the city centre , 5 min walk and your in town. Decor of rooms are a little outdated . Spotless clean .
Will definately be revisiting the Aachen Hotel when I return to Liverpool .
Clean, Ideally placed but be careful.....
When we saw this hotel advertised on the net, it actually said it was a "hotel" but its more of a two up two down B&B. On arrival owners seemed quite stuck-up and stiff however throughout our stay became friendlier. Rooms were AWFULLY decorated but if you're into 1920s decoration be my guest. Breakfast was fantastic, menu on hand and waitresses were very courteous. I would stay at the hotel again only for its location. Literally a 5min walk into town and handy to all local amenities. In general a good hotel for a cheap weekend.
worst hotel i have ever stayed in. The decor is awful, extremley out-of-date. Bathroom smelly, tiny room for two people! dont ever go there!!! seriously unbelieveably bad. We were told that we could have breakfast between 7 and haf9 as it was a saturday, however when we went down for brekkie at five past nine. we were shooed away like tiny children, ! dont be fooled by the pictures on their website, it is a crrepy, dingy hotel, should be called a hostel, or a sleezy bedsit!
Excellent Value for Money
More like a B&B than a hotel. There is a little guest-only pub as you enter. Rooms are small, as is the norm for B&Bs. Bathroom was extremely clean and not too old. Decor is dated, but B&B-style. Linen was super clean.
Was a TV/Dvd Player in our room, trouser press, safetly box, and Sky could be put on if requested for a small fee!
Good English breakfast included. Staff were meant well, but appeared a little stiff at first.
Smoking is permitted in rooms - slight odour.
Only 8 min walk from Liverpool Lime Street Station (or about £2.40 in a taxi). 10 min walk to Shopping Area or 15 mins walk to Albert Dock. Off-license only a few doors away.
Would definitely stay there again.
Nice budget hotel
The Aachen hotel is a great place for tourists to stay who want to be close to the city center at a reasonable price. The rooms were very nice. They were decorated quaintly and were generally clean. There was some noise from the street, but that is to be expected when you are staying in a city. The staff was very friendly and helpful.
Good value for money
Spent four nights there in a twin room in July.
Nice and clean, and ideally situated for Norton Street bus station which took us to Manchester Airport.
Friendly staff and nice breakfast.
The price we'd agreed to was £57 per night, but when we left, we only had to pay £54!
'Girls' trip to Liverpool!
Five of us spent four nights at the Aachen. The hotel is central, SPOTLESS, and good value for money. The staff were very helpful and the rooms comfy and well equipped. We loved the city and our only complaint was the charge for credit cards which we got around.
A terrible night spent here. Double bedroom was cramped and was barely large enough to be classed as a single room! The mattress was very uncomfortable - able to feel springs - resulting in very little sleep.
Surcharge made if using credit cards, no mention of this when booking, just a small note stuck on the bedroom wall. Devious!
Would not recommend this hotel to anyone. Poor value for money!
Never ... Never ... Never ... Never again. We stayed for one night ... a night of very little sleep because of the paper thin walls and drunken guests. It is akin to a working man's hostel. The room was small, the breakfast was small but unfortunately the price wasn't.
Good Budget Hotel
My wife and her friend stayed here for 4 nights.
Thay had no major problems, the room was comfortable and had ahost of facilities.
Hotel is central.
WARNING : They have a policy of charging an additional 4% charge on payments by Credit Cards.....this is NOT mentioned on their Web Site...but only when you go to pay.
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