Perfectly positioned in the centre of Liverpool, the Adelphi Hotel has some of the country’s best shopping and nightlife right on its doorstep.
Only a stone's throw away from Lime Street Train Station, the Adelphi couldn’t be more central.
The Adelphi originally opened in 1862 and has been re-built three times, narrowly missed being bombed in World War II and was a flagship property for passengers travelling overseas on ocean liners, including the Titanic.
Over the years, the Adelphi has hosted the great and good including Winston Churchill, Harold Wilson, Frank Sinatra, Judy Garland and Bob Dylan, to mention just a few.
The Adelphi is a stunning Grade II listed Edwardian style building. Its extravagant interior has a mixture of old and new. Sweeping staircases and classic features retain the hotel's traditional charm while modern amenities mean a comfortable stay.
Becoming a Britannia Hotel in 1982, the Adelphi is a treasured property in Liverpool. The hotel’s prime position and remarkable history make the Adelphi truly an amazing place to visit.
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Britannia Hotels, Ranleigh Pl, Liverpool, England L3 5UL, United Kingdom