Hope Street Hotel

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Hope Street Hotel is as confident, open and welcoming as Liverpool itself. A city with a feel for the past, but its eyes on the future, the port has always been one of the UK's most international and lively regions. Bringing a clean new style to the historic Hope Street Quarter, the proprietor-managed hotel is housed in a former warehouse, built in 1860 in the style of a Venetian palazzo. Dramatically re-interpreted by Basia Chlebik, wood, stone and glass have been used in the interior to underscore a philosophy of simple, discreet hospitality, reflected further in the hotel's personal approach. Bespoke furniture in maple and beech compliments daylight flooded guestrooms, balancing with the plush tones in the hotel's interior. This has proved a winning formula as Hope Street Hotel have been awarded a Good Hotel Guide’s Cesar 2005 as well as being included in Condé Nast Traveller’s Hotlist.

On the ground floor of the hotel, facing out on to Hope Street, chef Paul Askew has created The London Carriage Works, one of the city's leading restaurants and he has since been awarded a 2005 Rémy as one of the UK's top 10 regional restaurants. Eye-catching glazing opens up vibrant vistas of the city's street life, offering guests their own very privileged seat for people-watching.


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Hope Street Hotel
40 Hope Street
Liverpool, L1 9DA
United Kingdom

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