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The Liner at Liverpool
Lord Nelson Street

L3 5QB | View map

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The Liner is quite simply a hotel like no other. Step inside and you will be transported back to the golden age of ocean travel, when only the highest standards of comfort, quality and service would suffice. From the brass portholes to the welcoming and dedicated crew, The Liner bears all the authentic hallmarks of the world's finest cruise ships.152 superbly appointed cabins on three decks await guests with a desire for something entirely out of the ordinary. The unique theme, unsurpassed facilities and perfect location at the heart of the European Capital of Culture '08, combine to create an environment that, whether for business or pleasure, is truly without equal. Our range of cabins, situated on five colour-coordinated decks, extend from the supremely comfortable Single to the remarkable Penthouse offering the ultimate in unashamed luxury. All cabins are en-suite with direct dial telephones, satellite television & radio, iron & board, trouse press, hairdryer and tea & coffee making facilities.Each cabin also features ISDN ports for Internet use. Additional services include laundry, dry cleaning, fax facilities and 24 hour room service. We can also provide cots and high chairs.

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