Marriott Hotel Liverpool City Centre
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The journey is not far away and with my bags packed only a few hours left until I fly. Am just off on a final shopping trip to pick up the last few remaining items and probably find some more items I didn't think I would need until now. I just hope my baggage allowance will cope with some more things. Counting down the hours only one sleep to go. It's getting ...
... and maybe a certain level of stupidity ! ) that led him to believe that it was not only possible, but completely normal to buy an old bus, get all your mates to help do it up and then go off travelling around Europe.
O.K. it has taken nearly 50 years until we have eventually got a campervan and are off on our European travels (following in Cliff's footprints ! ), but the ...
We've haven't done much today. There was some banking to do, so we walked into town, through the old streets. It is such a beautifully preserved city. We had coffee at Brown's, a department store which had been on this site since 1791, and trading since 1780. It is part of the ancient Rows of shops, and their cafe is in the crypt, which was built after a big fire in 1278. It is stone lined with ribbed vaults and was used for storage for hundreds of years, now a popular ...
... gone, replaced by gift shops and cafes. I've seen photos of this bridge and read about it, and it was really lovely to actually see it.
We spent a little time driving around Aqueduct in Telford, looking for the aqueduct, but it was filled in years ago for the new railway in the 1850's.
We finished with a pint of Fosters and the roast of the day at the Pied Bull, built in 1155, the oldest licenced house in Chester.
... been earlier that day.
After we recharged our batteries, we continued to a different part of town. This is where we saw Town Hall and St. George's Hall. This area was gorgeous! There was a garden by St. George's Hall which was a great view of the back and the front was a pretty spectacular entrance. Unfortunately we couldn't go inside since there was a concert at the time but just seeing the outside of it was pretty spectacular. But we did get to see ...
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Historical Traveler Reviews Marriott Hotel Liverpool City Centre
Great hotel, great location
I stayed at this hotel in July. The hotel is stylish in a traditional way, the bedrooms are spacious, comfortable and clean. We had a family room with two double beds for a fantastic rate with parking included. The location of this hotel is fantastic. It was a very warm weekend and the square outside the hotel was buzzing. The Tapas bar opposite is a fab place to sit and people watch. The leisure complex was excellent and our two boys had great fun in the pool. The breakfast is fabulous with a huge choice, they even had a guy making fresh pancakes. Would definately go back to this hotel again and would recommend it to anyone. Top marks.
My wife and I stayed on the Saturday night of the Bank Holiday weekend in late May. The hotel is well situated for seeing and doing almost everything in the city centre. It has a multi-storey car park right next door so there is no issues with parking. The hotel is well finished and in keeping with the Marriott chain.
My wife and I stayed here 3 nights in May 2005, and overall were very impressed.
I stayed at the hotel the weekend of the 18 March 2005 for 2 nights and have no complaints.
I stayed here for 2 days, the weekend after Valentines day. And what a treat it was!!. Our room was spotless, and smelt very fresh all the time, even though it was a smoking room we were in. We had a small problem when we first arrived with the window in our room, i phoned reception for someone from maintenance to come and give us a hand with the window, within minutes there was a knock at our door. The window was sorted within minutes, and the gentleman also explained how the heating in the room worked, and the air conditioning worked aswell. which was helpful.
A good location and a good stay
Just returned from a stay in Liverpool. The hotel is centrally located. You can walk to shopping, dining, the attractions, the train station etc. There is a parking garage on site.
My small complaints are that the restaurant is expensive (breakfast buffet standard fare is about $20US) and they seemed a little disorganized. For example, they couldn't locate tokens for me to use the internet access available onsite.
You can use their business center for a fee or walk a block to the public library for free internet access.
The staff was always friendly and helpful and I would stay here again if I return.
Great location close to night life and shopping. A good 3 star hotel with good facilites including a small leisure centre.
Only downside was our breakfast was not delivered on the 1st morning and was late on the 2nd morning.
this hotel is located in a great place for train station,theatre,shopping areas and public transport. the hotel has pleasant decor and the breakfasts are fantastic. i will be back and can recommend to all.
Lovely family friendly hotel.
Very nice hote with good sized, pleasantly decorated rooms and public areas. Very courteous and accommodating staff and very family friendly. Lovely pool and fitness area.
Rooms were very clean, spacious and comfortable. Friendly helpful staff. Good location in the city centre. Highly recommended.