- 49 guest reviews
"Breakfast to die for...."
"I visit Liverpool two or three times a year and stay in a variety of hotels, but this was my first stay at the INDIGO and I was looking forw..."
"Stayed here for 2 nights with a friend - not the friendliest welcome from the lady on Reception but apart from that good customer service. G..."
"Lovely hotel very clean very professional kind staff great location great service wonderful hotel. Only downside was room was slightly small..."
"We have stayed in Liverpool a few times, and chose this hotel on the basis of the photos online, As soon as we walked I knew it was a great..."
About the hotel
The Hotel Indigo® Liverpool is a colorful character in our lively district, perfectly complementing the history and thriving business of the neighborhood. Inside, eye-popping dyed accents are splashed onto lobby murals and stitched into fabrics, reflecting the area’s cotton trading heritage. Our Cotton Lounge serves up delicious cocktails, while the hotel’s acclaimed bar and grill wows foodies with locally inspired cuisine.
Enjoy spacious bedrooms, warm service and modern facilities, including rainfall showers, iPod docking stations and free Wi-Fi.
Showing Sunday 7 February 2016 to Monday 8 February 2016Change Search
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- Porter , Public Air Conditioning
- Wi-Fi Available In Public Areas
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- Until 11:00 hours
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- Pets are not allowed
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98% would recommend it to a friend
High Spec at a low price
Breakfast to die for.
I visit Liverpool two or three times a year and stay in a variety of hotels, but this was my first stay at the INDIGO and I was looking forward to seeing what it had to offer, sadly the answer was not very much.
The hotel is keen to promote its association with MPW and on our arrival we had lunch in the restaurant, it would be fair to say that it was very average and we did not go back for dinner. The rooms were small but adequate and the shower and towels were excellent, but the bed was uncomfortable. Breakfast was a shambles and we gave up on the Saturday and went to a Pret instead. This is far from the worst hotel that I have stayed in but I have little enthusiasm to go again.