Short stay: Radisson RED Liverpool, UK
By Judy Johnson on Feb 28, 2023 in Accommodation, Europe, Featured, Food and Drink, Going Out, Hotels, Regions, Restaurants, Travel Miscellany, United Kingdom, Western Europe
Whilst the Radisson RED Liverpool is brand new – just two months old when we visited – the building itself is Grade II Listed and was originally opened as the first railway hotel in the country, dating back to the 1800s. The refurbishment has cost £30 million and the hotel has 201 rooms along with 5 meeting rooms.
There is the opportunity to check into the hotel online but as we had one or two items that needed personal clarification, this option was not used by us, but it could prove to be very useful for those in a hurry. Our welcome was both warm, fast and efficient and Nicole was charm itself, promising to help us with anything we needed – which I did later on when I didn’t fully understand the workings of the coffee machine in my room.
It is instantly evident that this is a very modern, quirky hotel. The design features throughout use contemporary black and white paint with splashes of vibrant red on items such as the Vespa scooter and sidecar and small diving submarine found in the foyer.
The art in both the main body of the hotel as well as in the guest rooms is bold and modern, featuring ladies in different costumes and poses but all in the trademark black, white and red giving a cohesion to the hotel’s contemporary feel.
I stayed in a Premier room which was spacious and featured two armchairs and a…
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