|""Comfy bed, friendly staff, excellent breakfast""||(in 280 reviews)|
|"Rooms were spacious and excellent value."||(in 61 reviews)|
|"nice clean hotel good breakfast."||(in 37 reviews)|
|"Bed was uncomfortable poor springs."||(in 104 reviews)|
|"In serious need of updating."||(in 30 reviews)|
|""nothting,it was a disgusting hotel.""||(in 96 reviews)|
|room and hot||in 757 reviews|
|staff were friendly||in 672 reviews|
|old building||in 359 reviews|
|uncomfortable bed||in 294 reviews|
|bed was comfortable||in 277 reviews|
|car park||in 258 reviews|
|good value for money||in 188 reviews|
|city centre||in 132 reviews|
|hot water||in 111 reviews|
|bit tired||in 110 reviews|
|tired and in need||in 98 reviews|
|good size||in 71 reviews|
|good breakfast||in 60 reviews|
|need updating||in 49 reviews|
|beautiful gardens||in 39 reviews|
|clean and tidy||in 21 reviews|
|shower screen||in 13 reviews|
|ceiling tiles||in 12 reviews|
good value for money
free parking and easy access to Liverpool town centre and airport
nothing, ok for overnight stay
Majority of staff very polite and helpful good food and good sized room. The hotel is in pleasant surroundings although interior and exterior need updating and a decent decorator
On arrival our room was not ready even though we arrived at the correct time, the girl on reception was apologetic and tried to find a solution as by now there were five different parties waiting to check in, the manager walked through reception and his response was , well if theyre (the rooms) are not ready then they’re not ready’ and walked off. they did open the bar for us but not even an offer of a complimentary drink was given and we had to wait an hour to check in and then had find this information out ourselves.
In a building that was built in 1856, there is the Devonshire House Hotel. This historic building has gone through several changes, and in 1995 became the hotel it is now. This location is good for both business and leisure travelers, offering amenities to cater for all.
The hotel has 54 rooms that can be booked for up to four guests together. The décor in the rooms is simple with clean lines and open space. Amenities in all of the rooms include coffeemakers, free WiFi, desks, hairdryers, and some rooms have views of the garden.
At the Devonshire House Hotel, guests can dine at Garden Bar & Bistro. It’s also a great place to catch a game. The restaurant is only open for dinner. There’s also the option to book a private dining experience for a large group in the Mayflower Suite. Just five minutes away, guests will find there are plenty of other dining options in a new shopping area.
The hotel is located steps away from Liverpool Shopping Park. It is a new area that contains many shops, cafes, restaurants, and bars. The Liverpool city center is only a mile from the hotel. Some of the local attractions in the city are Liverpool Cathedral, Anfield Stadium, Albert Dock, Liverpool Empire Theatre, and Tate Gallery.
The Devonshire House Hotel has an interesting past. The hotel has all the amenities needed for guests to feel welcomed and comfortable. The convenient location puts most of what Liverpool has to offer right within reach of those staying in the hotel.
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Devonshire House Hotel is located at 293-297 Edge Lane, 3.4 km from the centre of Liverpool. Liverpool Metropolitan Cathedral is the closest landmark to Devonshire House Hotel.
Check-in time is 15:00 and check-out time is 11:00 at Devonshire House Hotel.
Yes, Devonshire House Hotel offers free Wi-Fi.
Yes, Devonshire House Hotel offers free parking.
No, Devonshire House Hotel does not offer free airport shuttle service.
Devonshire House Hotel is 10.4 km from Liverpool J. Lennon. Devonshire House Hotel is 40.7 km from Blackpool.
No, Devonshire House Hotel does not have a pool on-site.