Please refresh my room: city centre hotel unveils £1.8M bedroom refurb

The Crowne Plaza Liverpool Hotel has teamed up with a local designer to carry out a £1.8m refurbishment of all 159 of its bedrooms, with over £11k being spent on reinvigorating each room.

The hotel, situated next to the Liver Building, has been open since 1998, but with the ongoing wave of modernisation and new hotels opening across the city centre, the Crowne Plaza team decided it was time to breathe some more life into their rooms. The last refurbishment was carried out in 2008.

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Stephen Roberts, the hotel’s general manager, decided to keep things local and enlisted Liverpool-based MDR interiors to carry out the refurbishment. The hotel already has a long-standing relationship with the firm, following another recent renovation of their lounge area, terrace, and large function space.

Stephen Roberts, general manager of Crowne Plaza Liverpool Hotel, said:
“Geographically, we’re right at the heart of Liverpool: every day our guests wake up and look out of their windows over a UNESCO World Heritage Site. But with so much development going on everywhere, we knew that we also had to modernise to reaffirm our place within the cultural heart of the city.

“When we were planning how our new rooms were going to look, we knew we wanted something that was stylish but also re-energising and refreshing. We wanted the rooms to be cool, comfortable, and full of character – just like the direction that Liverpool’s lifestyle and hospitality scene is heading in.

“I’m really pleased with how the new bedrooms are looking, and we’ve had a wonderful response from the guests who’ve stayed in them so far. I’m looking forward to having more rooms finished and giving more people the opportunity to have a great night’s sleep in a stylish setting.”

The rooms are being renovated on a floor-by-floor basis to minimise disruption and work is scheduled to be completed by the start of April.

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