Radisson Blu Hotel, Liverpool
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As hotels go in Liverpool this is one of the best. I travel for work; stayed 2 full weeks at the hotel after moving from another and was very pleased.
The staff is friendly; the service good and the facilities are nice.
Raddison - not good enough staff - inexperienced.
Nice building, but shame about the staff who don't have any idea about the level of service a four star hotel should have.
For example the fire alarm went off the other night at 1am and we all traipsed outside - was any apology or compensation made next day on check out? - No.
The TVs are NOT plasma, they are LCD screens and nothing that special.
Swimming pool and jaccuzi are too cold as well.
Breakfast is awful, cold (meant to be hot) food and indifferent service.
Go to the Tower Thistle round the corner - it's cheaper and better, esp for breakfast.
What a wonderful design- lucky scousers
I thought it was rather super and such a stunning design.
A shame about the carpets though and the rather peculiar white plastic bar.
The eggs were very good.
Best hotel in Liverpool
This hotel is, by far, the best hotel I have ever stayed in!
The staff are great (especially the Night staff who are more than happy to provide you with any requirements throughout the night!), all positive and smiling!
The rooms are fantastic and all have mini bars and plasma T.V's in.
The breakfast has to be sampled to be believed.
I would recommend this hotel to anyone staying in Liverpool. It is a tad more expensive than other hotels but it is well worth the money!
Superb. If you are coming to Liverpool don't stay anywhere else but the Radisson.
Very stylish, contemporary, hotel, trendy bedrooms, fantastic Italian restaurant, great staff, really nice atmosphere. Have stopped or visited most hotels in Liverpool and nothing else comes close. Just wish we could have stayed longer.
A great addition for the City of Culture 2008 and beyond
This is a truly modern hotel and a great addition to Liverpool's handsome portfolio of quality lodgings. In keeping with the Radisson brand, it is service-oriented establishment offering value for money for its targetted business guests. Encouragingly, it has been embraced by the local business fraternity who sadly have not been use to such customer-friendly yet characterless hotels on Merseyside.
Crap! Too expensive Don't go here!
This is a brand new hotel, the prices are extortionate. They are jumping on the bandwagon. Ive stayed in better hotels at half the price and the breakfast is £14!!Save your money and stay at the Campanile or Moat House
This hotel is fabulous
I stayed here for one night on 24th April 2004.
All I can say is this hotel is amazing. The design is fantastic.
We arrived at 09:30am and they let us check in straight away.
The rooms are really modern with well thought out interiors including Plasma screen TVs, glass fronted wardrobes, part wooden floors, underfloor bathroom heating and desiner lights and fittings.
The White Bar has a really nice atmosphere and attracts the trendy set.
Breakfast is served in the restaurant 'Felinis'. This has got to be the best hotel breakfast I have ever had. It was really fresh with lots of different options even down to the 'Egg Station' where the chef will prepare your eggs fresh.
All I can say is to try this hotel out - you will not be disappointed!
It is located near to The Albert Dock with trendy bars and restaurants. We got a River view which was very nice.
Loved the Radisson SAS
This is a fantastic new addition to the Liverpool hotel scene. Fantastic, friendly staff in a really interesting building with a huge Atrium. Nice cosy bar and the best breakfast I've had recently in a hotel. Nice health club- pool for family rather than serious lap swimmers. I would have no hestitation in going back and back and....
A holiday in my home town
Those fastidious Scandinavians have just raised the bar a notch or two: Radisson's new Liverpool hotel looks set to give the city's other chain hotels a run for their money. I treated my wife to a Valentine's weekend at the hotel and it felt like taking a holiday in our home town. From the stunning views up and down the Mersey to the outstanding food in Felini (the hotel's Italian restaurant) to the top-notch service, we had trouble faulting the place. The White Bar manages to avoid feeling like a hotel bar at all (its street-side entrance helps) and has the same air of cool sophistication that pervades the hotel.
The 150 foot atrium delivers the wow-factor you'd hope for and the quality of the materials used throughout is of the highest order. We just didn't want to leave. A couple of minus points: the room wasn't as spacious as we would have thought and the health club pool is really for posing rather than serious exercise. Nice gym, though. A great location in the city's business district, by the way: the Pier Head and Mersey Ferries are just a couple of minutes' stroll.
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