LIVERPOOL HOTEL INDUSTRY HEATS UP

18th June 2019

Seemingly not a day goes by without another new Liverpool hotel plan being announced. Whether boutique, Grade ll or simply brilliantly situated, Liverpool’s thriving visitor economy is never more apparent when looking at the city region’s ever evolving roster of new hotel developments. Here are five recent hotel related news stories that caught our eye this month. A good place to stay is a great place to invest.

‘BLING BUILDING’ SET TO SHINE AS NEW CITY CENTRE HOTEL

Liverpool’s ‘Bling Building’

A proposal to convert a highly-distinctive Liverpool city centre building into an 18-room hotel, including plans for a rooftop bar and basement spa, is set to be approved. Read the full story HERE.

LUXURY LIVERPOOL HOTEL PLANS SET FOR APPROVAL

Liverpool’s Martin’s Building.

Liverpool City Centre’s Grade ll listed Martin’s Building is set to be converted into a luxury 215 bedroom hotel, complete with spa and conference facilities. Read the full story HERE.

OPULENT HOTEL – PERFECT FOR DOGS

A new luxury hotel is opening in Liverpool later this summer. Urbanista Hotel in Bold Street will launch its first phase towards the end of the summer and will comprise a mixture of 20 suites and double rooms – and facilities for dogs. Read the full story HERE.

NEW BOUTIQUE HOTEL FOR LIVERPOOL’S QUEEN SQUARE

A Grade II-listed building in Liverpool’s Queen Square will be converted into a 43-bed boutique hotel under new plans proposed by Liverpool developer, Promenade Estates. Read the full story HERE.

‘FIRST IN EUROPE’ HOTEL TO OPEN IN LIVERPOOL THIS YEAR

Artists Impression of the new hot

A large new £10m aparthotel is to open on one of Liverpool’s most popular shopping streets, offering 100 apartments to people on both short and long-term visits. Read the full story HERE.

For more on Liverpool City Region’s hotel industry read the latest Hotel Update publication HERE.

 

18th June 2019

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