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57% would recommend it to a friend
This hotel provided a value for money accommodation if you are looking for a reasonably inexpensive weekend away.
The room beds and bathroom were all clean, however the walls of the rooms and corridors would benefit from a lick of paint, Breakfast was of good quality and sufficient to set you up for the day. The restaurant staff were very friendly and took time to speak to you.
Dont Go on Sunday
Lovely hotel and friendly staff.
The accommodation was fine, BUT, we arrived only to find out they don't have a restaurant on Sundays and the bar is not open until 1700. We had travelled from Scotland and had to get a taxi into Liverpool to have a meal and drink. This information should have been given on booking. Would I stay again, only during the week, that answers the first question.
The first room I was given was noisy, smelled of stale smoke and the shower didn't work, they were obviously used to complaints and did very promptly and politely change my room.
The second room was a bit better, but very drab, bad mattress, wardrobe old and shabby and didn't shut. Breakfast was £6 and inedibly poor. I was charged £4.50 for 'continental' which consisted of a bowl of cereal, and a cup of tea. The bar smells of dirty old carpet and stale beer. I won't stay here again. The staff were however very polite, helpful and nice.
Watching Liverpool Giants
Upon arrival we were impressed by the gardens and parking availability.
A very friendly front desk who got our room quickly. 45 minutes walk from the city center may be too far for some but bus and taxi service are good. If the Giants walk is repeated could not be better for access to the park where they overnight. Service and choice in the restaurant was good
Nice hotel and setting room quite tire, uncomfortable bed.
Would book a book a travelodge if staying in Liverpool again. The hotel is a good setting for weddings and the staff were extremely helpful.
Nice hotel nice people who run it
desperately in need of a refirbishment, looks scruffy from the outside, smells musty and damp, wallpaper peeling off the walls in the dining room, dirty marks on the radiator in the dining room.
It was a hot night and the windows were unable to be opened unless the maintenace guy attended . and there were no fans available. In the morning the roof in the bathroom fell in and water was pouring through the ceiling. Thankfully no one was in the shower. We went for breakfast there were three tables being used all the other tables were not set and not cleared off. While having breakfast a man started to clear our table, he took away the butter that my mum was actually buttering her toast with.. nice gardens though
We have stayed at the Devonshire many times over the years and I am glad to say the whole place has been redecorated which adds to guest satisfaction, the staff are very friendly and helpful, it is a good location within easy reach of the Wonders of the Central City of Liverpool.
And other attractions, The Hotel has a very nice Garden to relax in and a good little Bar. We always try to stay here but at times they are fully booked , So Book early if possible, Well worth the money.
Review devonshire house hotel
Good room, shame about the food .