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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Historical Traveler Reviews Campanile Liverpool
I live in Liverpool and I stayed here last year with a couple of friends and it was just what we wanted. The room was extremely clean, and the staff were very polite and helpful. I would recommend anyone to stay here.
Good but could be better
Good points. Helpful and friendly lady on reception. Room was a very good size, clean, neat and tidy with a decent on suite shower and bathroom. Quite easy to find and quite close to the city centre. Tea and coffee facilities in room. Free parking. TV in room
Bad points. Breakfast only available at an extra 6 pounds and terrible sound proofing means you can hear every door slam, hear most things in the neighbouring rooms and if you're given a roadside room then the traffic on the road outside.
Just returned from a 2 night stay at the camponile and cannot fault it in any way. The staff were very helpful and friendly. Rooms although basic were very clean and the breakfast was excellent value for money.
We have just returned from a weekend at the Campanile in liverpool. And thought the hotel to be very basic. The room wasn't that big and it was very dark and dull. The bathroom was not in a good condition either. A few broken tiles on the floor, above the sink there was sealant missing and gaps in the wood. The bathroom door didn't open or close properly, so everytime you opened the door it banged.
Also you couldn't get to reception directly from the rooms. You had to exit one part of the building and enter the other where the reception was. The restaurant doubled as the Bar and was more like a cafe then a proper resturant.
When we were there it was very loud and you could hear people running and shouting in the corridor. It's location is probably it's best point but there are hotels closer to the city in the same area. Either the IBIS or Formul1 hotels and also the Express Holiday Inn at Albert dock. I'd suggest pay a little bit extra and stay in one of these.
I know we didn't pay a lot of money to stay here and it's true in the saying 'you get what you pay for'. Which isn't a lot in this case. It felt more like a cheap B&B then a cheap Hotel.
A truly enjoyable stay. We'll be back soon!
Twelve of us stayed here for a family get together. The staff were really friendly and the rooms were really clean. We dined in the hotel on our first night and the food was very good.
The location of the hotel is close to the Albert Dock and ten minutes walk to town.
We've already arranged for another visit next year!
We have just returned from a four night stay at the Campanile, and after reading the previous reviews we were somewhat surprised to be greeted by very friendly reception staff at check in and indeed throughout the whole stay. Our room although basic was clean and maintained daily.
We did dine in the Bistro on our first night and found the food to be quite good in fact the piece of salmon I had was one of the best I have ever tasted as was the Barnsley chop my husband had, the only drawback was the tinned peas that they served along with it. Breakfast was included in the price and again the standard was quite good as was the service. It is well situated within easy reach of Albert Dock and Liverpool city centre, on the whole if you are working to a budget it is value for money.
Basic but clean and a great location
Considering we paid under £200 for a 5 night stay (in February) - I wasn't expecting luxery - and it is very basic. However, it was clean, the service was very good and it is a fifteen minute walk to the city centre, 10 minutes to Albert Dock, and we had a lovely view over the water. What more do you want?
Booked a night for myself and 8 friends as it was my birthday. Greeted warmly on arrival at 12 o'clock by a gentleman but told to return to book in after 2pm. Gentleman behind reception checked our booking and said that everything was ok to return later.Returned at 8pm (which I believe is after 2pm), to be told by 2 female staff that rooms had been released as there was a problem with my booking. Personal details were announced loudly and abruptly on several occassions. Said they had tried to contact me but I found no evidence of this.Big fuss made for no reason as rooms still available. Won't be going back!! Also no hot water in rooms night or morning.
Basically we pre booked a double room in april through the liverpool tourist board for the annual mathew street festival held on august bank holiday weekend. however the room quality and standard was disgusting for the rate we were charged £60 per night x 4 nights. no shower / broken toilet seat and being a non smokers put into a smoking room all the soft furnishings were heavily soiled by the stench of nicotine. this has been the worst accommodation i have ever been in and even though we immediately brought too the attention of the reception nothing they could do ? had brilliant time at festival will return next year but THE CAMPANILE would not touch it with a barge poll
Basic but good location
I managed to book the hotel on the web so got a better rate than the published price. The room was clean and had coffee making facilities (although no spoons). The bath with shower was great as very powerful shower.
We chose this hotel as close to our venue (Blundell St. Restaurant) so the location was great - took 15 minutes to walk to the centre.
However my main gripe was with the breakfast. I found the waiter rude and didn't understand what we asked for. It was a basic do-it-yourself breakfast so you helped your self to hot drinks. The toast was burnt and dry and it was not a good start to the day. Luckily our breakfast was included as I wouldn't want to pay extra for it!
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