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Britannia Adelphi Hotel Liverpool

Britannia Adelphi Hotel Liverpool

3 Stars

Ranalagh Place Liverpool L3 5UL


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Rating criteria
Rating
Cleanliness 3
Facilities 2
Service 2
Location 5
Pricing 5
Overall 3.4
The highly regarded Britannia Adelphi Hotel Liverpool has been completely refurbished in keeping with its Edwardian heritage, yet with modern guest conveniences in mind. The property enjoys a central position in the city of Liverpool where world famous attractions such as the Liverpool Tate Gallery, Albert Dock, The Beatles Museum and The World Museum Liverpool can be found.

Location
The Adelphi Liverpool is well placed for transport connections being just a few minutes from Liverpool Lime Street Station and within easy reach of the M6 and M32 Motorways. As well as having many museums and galleries (Liverpool was 'City of Culture' 2008), guests can tour famous Anfield Stadium - home to Liverpool FC. Excellent shopping facilities are on offer too, at newly opened 'Liverpool One'.

Rooms
Ensuite rooms feature a bathtub, colour TV, tea and coffee making facilities and writing desk.

Restaurant
Crompton's' restaurant offers fine dining from an a la carte menu, and 'Jenny's' Carvery serves a selection of roast meats and vegetarian alternatives. The Britannia Adelphi Liverpool has three bars one of which stays open late for guests' convenience.

General
The Britannia Adelphi Hotel Liverpool features 'Spindles' health club, with a swimming pool, sauna and gym. Meeting rooms which can accommodate up to 850 guests, plus high speed wireless Internet access are available.

Additional Information

  • 1 km to the City Centre
  • 13 km to the Airport

Hotel Facilities

  • Banquet Facilities
  • Conference Facilities
  • Gym / Fitness Facilities
  • Laundry Services
  • Pets Allowed
  • Room Service
  • Spa / Wellness Centre
  • Bar / Lounge
  • Disabled Facilities
  • Internet Access - Wireless
  • Lift / Elevator
  • Reception
  • Safe Deposit Box
  • Steam Room
  • Beauty Salon / Hairdresser
  • Faxing Facilities
  • Jacuzzi / Whirlpool
  • Parking Facilities (At Cost)
  • Restaurant
  • Sauna
  • Swimming Pool - Indoor

Room Facilities

  • Cable / Satellite TV
  • Iron / Ironing Board
  • Tea and Coffee Making Facilities
  • Ensuite / Private Bathroom
  • Modem / Data Port Connection
  • Telephone
  • Hairdryer
  • Radio

Britannia Adelphi Hotel Liverpool Guest Reviews (69)


Britannia Adelphi Hotel Liverpool
2 out of 5

I know from experience that any stay with Brittannia Hotels is sure to test even the most undemanding of travellers. I went expecting a Fawlty Towers experience, and the Adelphi did not disappoint. From a 20-minute wait to check-in to finding that the room had one pane of double glazing missing, we got off to a promising start. We quickly realised that the lifts are best used for up-travel only, as, even from the fifth floor, it was quicker to use the stairs. The hotel rooms contain genuine antiques: cathode-ray-tube televisions! Some of the channels even worked. Interestingly, an overflow pipe from a floor above emptied directly into our bath. Lovely! Not all rooms have Do Not Disturb signs, so guests play the fun game of nicking each other's during the night. Don't worry though, because the maids know to ignore them. Speaking to a fellow guest -- those long waits for the lifts do encourage social interaction and bonding -- she told me that her maid burst in at 8am to "check she was up". How thoughtful! I looked for the rat called Basil scuttling across the dining room floor, but sadly there wasn't one. Ah still, for a bargain £35, you can't have everything.

MKB0 wrote on December 28, 2012


Britannia Adelphi Hotel Liverpool
1 out of 5

The room was a twin rather than double, and was not worth the price. The hotel was noisy, being full of drunken guests who kept us up all night. When we complained to the manager, they dismissed our complaint and refused to offer any recompense. I would definitely not stay here again.

Gremly wrote on December 5, 2012


Britannia Adelphi Hotel Liverpool
3 out of 5

the hotel is in a really good location and the public rooms are really comfortable. However, the original room we were given was incredibly small and when moved to another, although larger, the wallpaper was peeling off the walls, there was a large stain on the wall and the shower was slightly twisted so to get any water you had to squeeze into a corner, also most of the water came out of the tap rather than the shower head. The chambermaid also wanted to clean the room at 7.45 on a Saturday morning!

LesG wrote on September 25, 2012


Britannia Adelphi Hotel Liverpool
4 out of 5

The magnificent lounges, the ornate ceilings and fantastic chandeliers, the marbel walled corridors, and sweeping staircases , in a world where all hotels look the same The Adelphi is a class act, I cannot wait to go again :)

maureen mack wrote on April 8, 2012


Britannia Adelphi Hotel Liverpool
4 out of 5

We loved the place for its history and very central location. Our room was spacious and the bed very comfortable. We had a nice bathroom, tea/coffee and kettle, TV, big ward robes and chest of drawers. A bigger room than you find in other hotels. The staff were friendly and helpful, at the desk, in the bar and the restaurant. The landing and halls are magnificent and evoke a bygone era of grand living and adventurous travel. On the negatives list, our room was warm and the windows did not open fully. Everything is faded and could do with a spring clean but we loved the place as it is.

moudi wrote on March 30, 2012


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Overall Guest Rating

Overall3.4 out of 5
Cleanliness3 out of 5
Facilities2 out of 5
Service2 out of 5
Location5 out of 5
Pricing5 out of 5

Britannia Adelphi Hotel Liverpool Guest Reviews

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2 out of 5

I know from experience that any stay with Brittannia Hotels is sure to test even the most undemanding of travellers. I went expecting a Fawlty Towers experience, and the Adelphi did not disappoint. From a 20-minute wait to check-in to finding that the room had one pane of double glazing missing, we got off to a promising start. We quickly realised that the lifts are best used for up-travel only, as, even from the fifth floor, it was quicker to use the stairs. The hotel rooms contain genuine antiques: cathode-ray-tube televisions! Some of the channels even worked. Interestingly, an overflow pipe from a floor above emptied directly into our bath. Lovely! Not all rooms have Do Not Disturb signs, so guests play the fun game of nicking each other's during the night. Don't worry though, because the maids know to ignore them. Speaking to a fellow guest -- those long waits for the lifts do encourage social interaction and bonding -- she told me that her maid burst in at 8am to "check she was up". How thoughtful! I looked for the rat called Basil scuttling across the dining room floor, but sadly there wasn't one. Ah still, for a bargain £35, you can't have everything.

Review by: MKB0
Date stayed December 28, 2012

1 out of 5

The room was a twin rather than double, and was not worth the price. The hotel was noisy, being full of drunken guests who kept us up all night. When we complained to the manager, they dismissed our complaint and refused to offer any recompense. I would definitely not stay here again.

Review by: Gremly
Date stayed December 5, 2012

3 out of 5

the hotel is in a really good location and the public rooms are really comfortable. However, the original room we were given was incredibly small and when moved to another, although larger, the wallpaper was peeling off the walls, there was a large stain on the wall and the shower was slightly twisted so to get any water you had to squeeze into a corner, also most of the water came out of the tap rather than the shower head. The chambermaid also wanted to clean the room at 7.45 on a Saturday morning!

Review by: LesG
Date stayed September 25, 2012

4 out of 5

The magnificent lounges, the ornate ceilings and fantastic chandeliers, the marbel walled corridors, and sweeping staircases , in a world where all hotels look the same The Adelphi is a class act, I cannot wait to go again :)

Review by: maureen mack
Date stayed April 8, 2012

4 out of 5

We loved the place for its history and very central location. Our room was spacious and the bed very comfortable. We had a nice bathroom, tea/coffee and kettle, TV, big ward robes and chest of drawers. A bigger room than you find in other hotels. The staff were friendly and helpful, at the desk, in the bar and the restaurant. The landing and halls are magnificent and evoke a bygone era of grand living and adventurous travel. On the negatives list, our room was warm and the windows did not open fully. Everything is faded and could do with a spring clean but we loved the place as it is.

Review by: moudi
Date stayed March 30, 2012

1 out of 5

We booked over the internet through a price comparison site, when we arrived at our hotel we were told there was no reservation. the staff spent half hour to resolve the issue and did not even apologise for the inconvienence. We were shown to our room which was just abouts big enough to hold the double bed, the beds were very uncomfortable the highlight of the room was the shower; which was a hot power shower. In the evening we were requesting an iron from the reception, we were promised they would bring one up to our room; this never happened and everytime we approched the staff we were fobed off. In summary a outdated hotel with vey un-helpful staff and not a pleasent experience. Would not recommend this place to my worst enemy.

Review by: AL23
Date stayed March 24, 2012

5 out of 5

found the staff very helpful and friendly very nice room and services was fab would stay again.

Review by: Darren Welch
Date stayed August 17, 2011

5 out of 5

I absolutely loved the hotel! The single room was huge - very traditional and classy! The staff are extremely friendly and the whole environment is very pleasant indeed!

Review by: Patricia Rowcliffe
Date stayed June 22, 2011

3.8 out of 5

The hotel was in a great location and the staff were all friendly and helpful. The room was clean and tidy and the hotel was nice and warm. Room was smaller than I expected as I booked a double room and expected two beds in the room as brought over my son Mark for a Liverpool match. Lifts were a bit temperamental! but overall we enjoyed the hotel.

Review by: Ray Kelly
Date stayed February 15, 2011

4 out of 5

the only critisism i can make about the adelphi is the standard of breakfast. buffet it may be but quality of the sausages abd bacon seem questional. just glad i did not pay full price for it! coffee seved at the table from a thermas flask and tased like it had been filtered through an old boot(far to strong)tea a better option if y6ou can attract the eye of the sreving girls.

Review by: stephen williams
Date stayed February 15, 2011

4.2 out of 5

Would have been an amazing hotel when first built but now it is quite old and it shows in the facilities (or lack there of). But it was clean and very well-priced and incredibly close to city centre and Lime St Station.

Review by: Anonymous
Date stayed January 24, 2011

4.2 out of 5

This hotel has 402 rooms (according to staff) and therefore difficult to maintain. Despite this the standard could be improved in the era of heavy competition. A coat of paint and carpet clean here and there would go a long way! Bathrooms in the bedrooms need to be updated and made cleaner. This hotel has a good location next to Lime Street train station. It is a good place to stay for the traveller. It does the job for a night but if looking for more than 3star there are many more hotels in Liverpool but they will cost more. Breakfast was good but very busy in the breakfast room. Staff were very friendly and I could only say good things about them from my experience. Over all I would stay here again if looking for a bed for the night when passing through or on a stag party, however if I was taking my partner to Liverpool I would go elsewhere.

Review by: Anonymous
Date stayed January 19, 2011

4.8 out of 5

Grand Old Hotel, we enjoyed our stay. Great location as not far from the railway station. Would go back.

Review by: Anonymous
Date stayed August 9, 2010

3.4 out of 5

Lovely old building in a central Liverpoool location that is unfortunately past itssell by date in terms of the rooms. Catering facilities also leave a lot to be desired. Hotel parking very expensive. However overall you get what you pay for!

Review by: Stephen Dobson
Date stayed July 31, 2010

2.6 out of 5

Had to wait 30 mins to check in. When I was in the line there was no one at the desk for about 10 mins. When I ask for the triple room I requested I ended up with a shockingly bad double room. It smelled of smoke there were ashes in the sink I refused to stay in that room. Thankfully we got moved to the triple room I requested. Not happy overall. Service without a smile.

Review by: Keith O'Callaghan
Date stayed March 17, 2010

4.6 out of 5

Lovely faded grandeur

Review by: Jacques Szemalikowski
Date stayed December 10, 2009

4 out of 5

Something of an experience - this amazing faded glory. Such a great location and so much a part of Liverpool's heritage that you can forgive the slightly 'frayed round the edges' feel. We would definitely stay here again.

Review by: Frances Rhodes
Date stayed December 8, 2009

4.2 out of 5

Asked for non-smoking rm but got a (very smokey) room! It was nice (surprisingly large) but too stuffy!

Review by: Cullen Northway
Date stayed November 11, 2009

4.2 out of 5

This can become (again?) a *great* hotel, but it needs some investment and/or re-organisation. It is not too bad, but it lacks the clinical efficiency of HIE-type establishments. I think quality assurance in particular could be improved.

Review by: Anonymous
Date stayed September 21, 2009

4 out of 5

Just next to the main station deff. the best deal in it's class. Enjoyed the stay.

Review by: Anonymous
Date stayed December 21, 2008

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