Stylish multipurpose hotel located in landscaped gardens outside of the city centre
Situated only three miles from the city centre, the Devonshire House Hotel Liverpool is a stylish and luxurious hotel thats surrounded by acres of beautiful landscaped gardens. As such it offers both a quiet and pleasant stay as well as ready access to the hustle and bustle of the city.
This sophisticated Georgian building contains 54 hotel rooms that all include en-suite bathroom facilities with a bath or shower. Also provided within the room is a television (complete with Free View channels), a radio, Wi-Fi connectivity, a trouser press, hairdryer, and beverage making facilities.
Guests can enjoy breakfast or dinner at the hotels Four Seasons restaurant. Featuring a bistro style menu and an extensive wine list, the restaurant makes for an enjoyable dining setting. Be aware though, it does not open for dinner on Sundays. Sandwiches and other light snacks are available throughout the day as well as from the hotels bar. The bar itself has a relaxed atmosphere perfect for those looking to get away from it all.
Its not just leisure guests the 3-star establishment caters to either. A number of meeting, conference, and banquet rooms are available and serve several different purposes. For some this is a fine location to hold a wedding ceremony and reception, whilst others, mainly corporate guests, find the hotel suitable for conducting meetings and seminars. Whatever the purpose, hotel officials ensure that all necessary equipment is available.
Whilst the Devonshire House Hotel Liverpool provides a calm and relaxing backdrop for those staying within the grounds, its still only a short distance from the bustling metropolis that is Liverpool itself. The calm before the storm is presented by the Wavertree Botanic Garden that lies close to the hotel. After a visit around this, a trip into the city offers a wide range of more exerting activities.
The city centre includes a vibrant social life, including a large number of pubs and clubs as well as a fine assortment of restaurants and cafs. Visitors to the city are able to dine, drink, and party until the early hours.
Popular with tourists is the Cavern Club, the unofficial home of The Beatles. Noticeable thanks to a statue of John Lennon outside, this legendary venue still opens its doors to bands today. Having played such an important role in the history of The Beatles, tourists flock from around the world to see where the Famous Four performed. As such, a number of other locations in the city prove popular with fans of the pop group. Tours are often arranged to treat visitors to such sites.
Elsewhere, the cultural city of Liverpool houses a fine array of historic buildings and museums. The Royal Albert Docks, including its museum, is frequently visited. Theatre houses, music venues, and galleries are also found in abundance throughout the Merseyside city, as well as a variety of sporting teams. The two most famous teams, Liverpool and Everton football clubs are widely supported throughout the city. Visitors to the Devonshire House Hotel Liverpool will benefit from easy access to both teams grounds as well as museums celebrating the pair of rivals.