BEST WESTERN Feathers Liverpool Hotel
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Woke up a bit late cuz Gord's phone failed to go off.....missed brekkie but took a walk to the Pier and had a lovely lunch at Matou Pan Asian restaurant. Then did the Beatles Story... 2 locations, the first was a 4D experience....more for kids than adults, but the second was great...took 2 hours to get through it, good info and lots of great …
A 4 hour drive after breakfast up the road. We took some pictures from the car. Gord and I were tired from our late night in the pub. It will be an early one tonight. The hotel is lovely! Tomorrow we will be doing the Ferry cross the Mersey!
This morning we left Dublin for England via Wales, as we were leaving Dublin our T.D. told us that recently the Irish had built a tunnel under the Lifie river, but miscalculated the width and height. As such, trucks and coaches are to big to negotiate the tunnel. The journey across the Irish Sea was just the same as the first crossing as calm as a …
... The town adopted this long name to promote tourism and it's in the Guinness Book of Records as being the place with the longest name in Great Britain. We had lunch there. There was a little wool shop across the street. I went in but didn't stay long: not much in the way of yarn (mostly acrylics) and it smelled really bad! The proprietor was speaking to a customer in Welsh. We then travelled through ...
This morning started with a 6:30 taxi ride to to the Ulyses IRISH FERRY in Dublin. We boarded after going security with our luggage and went up to the Club where we had free snacks for our 3 hour voyage to Holy Rod in Wales. I didn't get sea sick but Iayed down most of the trip. As you am see from pics it was not at all crowded. We landed about 11:30 and a bus drove us to the station to get a train to Liverpool . We only had to wait about 15 min. We rode it about a hour ...
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Great food, great room, great location! We really enjoyed our stay here and got a good deal for 49 pounds a night, 10 extra pounds for parking.
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While in Liverpool on business I checked into the Feather Hotel.
I have no idea how they can possibly class this hotel as 4 star. My wife and I stayed in a room so small you couldn't even open the door to the bathroom fully because the toilet was obstructing it!! The general decor of the room was average at best, and showed signs of poor up keep i.e. carpet peeling away, poor bathroom fixtures. We could have lived with all of this, but when it came to attempting to sleep we found it extremely difficult due to outside noise of a club and other guest opening and closing doors
The breakfast menu was quite impressive. However, the food was over cooked and very dried out.
This is the first and last time we shall stay at this, or any other Feathers' Hotel!
I booked into the Feathers Hotel, Liverpool from 1-3 October 2004, paying a website rate of £55 per night for a single room, (the normal price being £64 per night).
I have just returned from this hotel and would like to say how fantastic every aspect of my stay was. I was in the city on business so didn't choose my hotel it was chosen for me. My first room was overlooking the road and there was a bit of noise, but after a phonecall to reception a porter was at my door with a key to another room and was moving my bags for me. The breakfast is superb, you go up as many times as you wish and help yourself to a vast amount of food on the hot buffet, and there is a good continental choice aswell. The food in the evening is good too, very filling with nice large portions. Although it is on the pricey side it is quality food served by friendly staff. I even had sky sports in my room to watch the football which was a big bonus. Nothing was too much trouble during my 3 night stay, I left the hotel being on first name basis with most of the staff. I found them very down to earth but very helpful and professional at the same time. One of them even went to the local shop for painkillers when I had a headache!
Good for the price
Stayed for one night in the hotel. Found it to have friendly helpful courteous staff. Had a single room which was clean, compact and contained all the necessities. I stayed in the University wing which i found to be pleasant with lots of character.
The one major negative was the bed in which i was sleeping used to creak whenever i had the slightest movement
This is absolutely the worst hotel I have ever stayed in. To add insult to injury, the hotel is (I have since discovered), hugely overpriced.
Was subjected to threatening behaviour by the waiter who was sacked.
Avoid at all costs!!!! This was because I complained of a broken wine glass at dinner!!
Great breakfast, but...
My wife and I had been promised a delux Room but what we got was an Attic Room. A nicely decorated and furnished LITTLE room. When one travels from Australia spending six weeks overseas a fair bit of luggage is required. Carrying our bags up three flights of narrow turning stairs [no lifts] even with some assistance was a horror experience and once in the room - where to store them? No I didn't complain, I thought we'd already conquered the stairs once and that would do us until our departure. Nice breakfasts however.
Great bar, nice food, very good prices
on the 31 05 02 i attended a family function. the hotel was very clean and the staff were friendly.