The Resident Liverpool
“great location. amazing price. clean and spacious room. staff were super lovely. just great!.”
Situated on Seel Street, The Resident hotel in Liverpool looks more like an old, converted office space than a hotel when approached from the outside. When you enter, though, it immediately becomes a lavishly decorated hotel which is suave, clean, and right in the heart of the Ropewalks district.
The Resident is chic on the inside and sturdy on the outside. It is in the middle of the cultural centre of independent shops and local owners. The décor is neutral with browns, greys, and whites throughout. The stay comes 9.7 star rated from former guests. Your room comes with daily housekeeping and exceptional security. There is CCTV in the common areas. The bathrooms are exquisite and although they don’t serve breakfasts, there are nearby cafes which give discounts to the guests.
- Where: Liverpool, England
- When: November 2023.
- Hotel: The Resident.
- Room Type: Double Room.
- Guests: 2 Adults
- Board Type: Room Only
1 nights £36 / 2 adults sharing =£18pp
- Dates: 12th November – 13th November 2023
- Work space
- Large ensuite bathrooms
- Fully air conditioned
- Music and an interactive TV.
- Mini kitchen with filtered water tap.
- Designer hotel
- 2 mins from Liverpool ONE.
- 24 hour manned desk.
- Elevators and facilities for disabled guests.
- Family rooms.
- No parking but discounted rates at a nearby Q-park.
- 30 minutes of free national phone calls.
- No smoking rooms.
- No pets. Minimum of 18 years old to check-in.
- Damage deposit upon booking.
- No pets welcome ☹
- Excellent scores for facilities, WiFi, comfort, staff, and value for money.
- Daily housekeeping
- Check-in from 3pm until midnight.
- Check out from 6 am until 11 am
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