If you are looking for a weekend away in the award winning European capital of culture, a stay at the Tune hotel is a really convenient, reasonable and perfect hotel to stay at.
Located on Castle Street, it is a 5 minute walk away from Liverpool Street Station, and there are several restaurants and bars nearby.
The docks are a walkable distance and we walked almost everywhere during our stay. We went to Albert Docks and did the Beatles story tour, which was fantastic.
The concept of the hotel is that you get a spacious room, with a 5 star bed and high quality basic amenities for an affordable rate, and then you pay for any extras on top, for example, a hairdryer.
Our bed was seriously comfortable and the room had a desk and chair next to the bed, a TV wall mounted opposite the bed, and a reasonable sized bathroom, with a shower, sink and toilet.
There is 24 hour security on site, and the staff are really friendly. We managed to find parking on the road opposite the hotel, but there are lots of public parking available within close proximity to the hotel.
Check in is at 3pm and check out is at 10:00am. You can purchase breakfast items from reception, as well as snacks and toiletries, should you forget anything.
The location is perfect for hen or stag do’s, or a group trip, and the prices are really reasonable. There was a hen party staying while we were there but it wasn’t noisy. We enjoyed seeing their fancy dress outfits.
There are double and twin rooms, and you can choose a room with a window or without a window (which is cheaper).
Tune Hotels have so many locations both in the UK, and abroad (even Kenya!) so if you are looking for an economical, yet comfortable place to stay would really recommend it. It is a no-frills hotel, so don’t expect it to be a 5 star (the beds are 5 star though).
It is very clean, centrally located, spacious and lovely for a staycation or a holiday.
For more information, go to: http://www.tunehotels.com/gb/en/our-hotels/liverpool-hotel/
Disclaimer: I was given a complimentary stay but all views and photos are my own.