Situated in Liverpool City Centre, this hotel is a 10-minute walk to Liverpool Metropolitan Cathedral, the St. George's Hall and Liverpool One. It is also conveniently located within a 10-minute walk of Liverpool One Bus Station.
Guests of Adelphi Hotel & Spa can indulge themselves with a variety of relaxation facilities at Spindles, which features a Jacuzzi, a sauna and an indoor pool. Helpful and professional team members are available 24 hours a day. Just moments from nearby clubs and bars, this 3-star hotel also allows guests to explore what the local nightlife has to offer.
All the hip rooms at Adelphi Hotel & Spa provide a seating area, a bathtub and a private bathroom. All offer ironing facilities, a telephone and heating.
Adelphi Hotel & Spa provides a variety of in-house dining options with Overstuffed Pizzeria and Jenny’s. Room service is provided 24 hours a day, and a wide selection of restaurants and cafés can also be found nearby.
The hotel is located in the City's well-known shopping area. Guests can also visit Liverpool Town Hall, University of Liverpool and Liverpool Cathedral.
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Cons:One of our rooms was nice comfy and beautiful. The other had the worst beds with popping springs I’ve ever stayed in
Cons:Slow service, cramped dining area, old fashioned facilities and aged appearance
Cons:Old building that needs to be renovated. Bathroom sink and tub (no shower) are from the 1950s with the porcelain sink badly damaged.
Cons:Bouncers posted at doors in evening extorting customers for money before letting them into rooms
Cons:Cheap feeling, outdated, not kept up.
|Check in anytime after 16:00, check out anytime before 10:00|
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Dating all the way back to 1826, the Britannia Adelphi Hotel was once world famous for its turtle soup and wealthy visitors, with past examples including the renowned writer Charles Dickens. It later became one of the preferred meeting spots for British politician Winston Churchill, and only just avoided being bombed during the second World War. The 1940s saw another influx of celebrities from the time, such as Bob Dylan, Frank Sinatra, and Judy Garland. Although the hotel now does not boast the same elite clientele, its rich history remains, making it a unique and interesting spot to learn about Liverpool and see pieces of the city’s past.
For an affordable option that still contains standard amenities, opt for the Lexx Standard Room, which can sleep two people and has a small fireplace, coffee and tea making facilities, and a spacious en-suite bathroom. If you wish to have more space, select the Double Suite Room, which has its own separate living room that is equipped with a comfortable leather couch and a large coffee table.
For guests that would like to treat themselves during their stay at the Britannia Adelphi Hotel, book the Champagne Break, a package that will provide you with breakfast, a room upgrade, and a bottle of champagne during a two-night stay. If you’re interested in staying in the hotel for the holidays, there are also packages for Christmas and New Year’s Eve, which give guests access to three-course dinners, lunches, entertainment, and even exciting galas.
The Classic Package is designed for weddings that will have between 50 to 100 guests and provides services such as arrival drinks, basic decorations for the reception, a DJ, the hotel’s bridal suite for the couple during the night of the wedding, and a three-course meal. The Twilight Package contains similar perks but is reserved specifically for the evening and can support up to 80 guests. To have a particularly luxurious wedding, consider booking the Ultimate Package, which includes wine during the meals, an upgraded buffet for dinner, and a sweet cart that will pass around during the reception.
Jenny’s Restaurant is the largest restaurant inside of the Britannia Adelphi Hotel and is known for its extensive breakfast buffet and diverse lunch and dinner menus, with its hours being from 7:00 am to 9:30 pm. Crompton’s Restaurant is also a popular choice among guests that is placed directly inside of the hotel, as it has traditional French cuisine and offers both Table D’Hote and A La Carte menus. You will find an elegant cocktail bar inside of Crompton’s that serves pre-dinner drinks and is open from 6:30 pm to 10:00 pm.
Britannia Adelphi Hotel is located at Ranelagh Place, 1 km from the centre of Liverpool. Liverpool Empire Theatre is the closest landmark to Britannia Adelphi Hotel.
Check-in time is 16:00 and check-out time is 10:00 at Britannia Adelphi Hotel.
Yes, Britannia Adelphi Hotel offers free Wi-Fi.
No, Britannia Adelphi Hotel does not offer free parking.
No, Britannia Adelphi Hotel does not offer free airport shuttle service.
Britannia Adelphi Hotel is 11,7 km from Liverpool J. Lennon. Britannia Adelphi Hotel is 40,8 km from Blackpool.
Yes, Britannia Adelphi Hotel is a pet-friendly hotel.
No, Britannia Adelphi Hotel does not have a pool on-site.