Multifunctional hotel at the heart of the city centre
Just a short walk from the citys main railway station, the Feathers Hotel Liverpool is conveniently positioned at the heart of the city centre, within reach of many popular attractions and destinations.
Located on Mount Pleasant, this 3-star establishment can be found in the shadow of the citys two cathedrals as well as amidst the buildings of two universities, the University of Liverpool and Liverpool John Moores University.
Consisting of 81 guestrooms, made up of standard rooms and more luxurious suites, the hotel, which is part of the Best Western group, offers a comfortable stay for a range of budgets. Each room includes private bathroom facilities, a large flat-screen TV, telephone, tea and coffee making facilities, complimentary toiletries, and 24 hour room service. Wireless internet connectivity is included free of charge as is a buffet breakfast.
The hotel is served by both a restaurant and bar. The Europa restaurant provides a tranquil setting for guests to enjoy an unhurried meal. Its menu features both local and international cuisine. The Art Lounge and Bar is perfect for those looking to relax after a hectic day in the city, or to start the evening. A number of reasonably priced bar snacks are available for those looking for less formal dining.
For those in the city on business, a number of conference rooms can accommodate smaller meetings, each of which features a range of useful audio-visual equipment and a designated professional co-ordinator. The hotels central location makes it easy to reach for those using public transport whilst ample parking suits those travelling by car. These function rooms are also able to hold civil ceremonies, Christmas parties, and the likes.
Stepping outside of the Feathers Hotel Liverpool, guests can enjoy many of the attractions that this European City of Culture has to offer. In terms of historic buildings, the wildly contrasting styles of the two nearby cathedrals are sure to prove interesting. The Anglican cathedral features traditional gothic architecture whilst its Roman Catholic counterpart proves altogether more modern in appearance. Elsewhere visitors can view a wide range of buildings that demonstrate architectural nuances that are centuries old. Perhaps the best way to enjoy the best of these is by taking an open top bus ride.
Within the city centre visitors will be able to get their fix of shopping, culture, sport, and general entertainment. As well as standard high street stores, Liverpool One is a recent shopping centre that has propelled the city into the top five most visited retail cities in the UK. As such therere plenty of choices for a little retail therapy.
Those that enjoy a little more culture might enjoy a visit to one of the citys theatres or museums of which there are plenty. Many visitors enjoy taking a tour relating to The Beatles, the wildly influential pop group that featured John Lennon and Paul McCartney.
As well as these, the Feathers Hotel Liverpool puts visitors in reach of a lively nightlife, professional sports (Liverpool and Everton football clubs are widely supported) and a whole host of other temptations.