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Aloft Liverpool

1 N John St, Liverpool L2 5QW, UK
Aloft Liverpool Review
 
4 Star Rating
12 January 2018Aloft LiverpoolTags: Liverpool, UK, City reviewsThe Bill: £110 per night
 

Aloft Liverpool can be found located near the Town Hall in Liverpool, just a short Uber ride away from Lime Street train station. Liverpool is certainly a city to be reckoned with, and this hotel offers vibrant shopping and nightlife options pretty much on its doorstep, making it the perfect spot for those looking to make the most of the city before and after dark. However, even if thatís not your scene, just a short walk brings you to the Liverpool docks which are well worth a visit, for those more interested in the history and beauty of the city.

The hotel itself can be found inside a Grade II-listed former Royal Insurance Building, which was built in 1903, and Iím pleased to say it has managed to retain much of its original character. Inside you will find the original green marble wall tiles along with an impressive staircase which passes a beautiful display of stained glass windows. Itís these features which make this hotel stand out from the crowd.

ďItís well located, which makes it a good choice for anyone looking to explore Liverpool.Ē

During our stay, we experienced a Savvy Room which featured a platform bed, a docking station, a flat screen television and complimentary coffee and water. There was also a small bathroom which included a walk-in shower with Bliss Spa products. Our bedroom wasnít short of space and offered front facing views over the city of Liverpool, which was fantastic for people watching.

Aloft Liverpool is also home to the NYL Restaurant & Bar, which offers a casual dining setting and serves up a simple menu along with cocktails for those looking to begin their evening with a drink or two. The restaurant is the perfect spot for an informal meal, however with so many choices on your doorstep, thereís no reason to feel confined to the hotelís restaurant.

If youíre looking for a weekend break in Liverpool then Aloft comes recommended by us. Itís not overly luxurious but it is well located, which makes it a good choice for anyone looking to explore Liverpool. The staff are also very friendly and are on-hand to offer tips and directions should you need them.

 
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