A Stay At Hope St Hotel

By March 20, 2017Featured, Lifestyle, Travel

Liverpool, my city & a city that I love that I recently decided to get to know it a bit better so why not start by enjoying a night in a beautiful boutique hotel in the heart of Liverpool’s Georgian Quarter, Hope St Hotel.

So on a Thursday afternoon, my boyfriend & I packed up our bags & took a super quick journey (10 minutes to be precise) to our hotel for the evening. The Georgian Quarter is my favourite area of the city centre with its cobbled streets, stunning houses, amongst numerous theatres & a selection of bars & restaurants that you are spoilt for choice of what to pick from, it definitely has a buzz about it.

The hotels building alone with it’s mix of dark wood & glass is certainly something that catches the eye as we headed on it for our stay.

Opening up the door to our room I think it’s safe to say that we both pretty much stopped still taking in the stunning three large Georgian windows that were flooding the room with so much light, I loved it. This is pretty much exactly how I would want my own bedroom, the window opened up the room & allowed you to see all of its character. With the exposed brick walls, wooden floors, huge bed with crisp linen that was situated right in front one of the windows, it was pretty perfect.

When staying in a hotel I always want it to have that balance of a home away from home, you feel comfortable & can fully switch off & relax. Whilst still having that touch of luxury that you are in a beautiful hotel that has its very own charm about it & that you want to visit again. That’s exactly what I got at Hope St, the room was perfect for us, after heading out to for an early dinner we wanted to make the most of the room &  I wanted a long soak in the deep bath tub!

Relaxing into our room, I got cosy on the leather couch whilst I waited for my bubble bath. The bathroom itself was an all white heaven, with a  walk-in shower, plenty of big fluffy white towels & a selection of REN beauty products to pamper yourself with. So with my bath tub nearly full, I settled in with plenty of bubbles & relaxed with a book. It was lovely to be able to just unwind & actually enjoy the room, with a big weekend ahead of us it was the perfect way to start it both being able to switch off.

With an early morning rise to make our train to London, it was ideal with the hotel only being 5 minutes away from the station an extra bonus that made our stay pretty perfect. Not being the best morning person we decided to order breakfast to our room & seeing as I love breakfast & no matter how early can always eat well I didn’t hold back. Our breakfast arrived whilst I was enjoying the last few moments of warmth cocooned amongst the duvet & lost in the middle of the bed so it was to be breakfast in bed. With orange juice, coffee, bowls of fresh fruit & a side of eggs benedict we were left with very full & happy tummies.

I would have happily rolled over & stayed in bed all day but pulling back the curtains to see the city coming to life. It was the perfect stay with everything you want & more from a beautiful boutique hotel. AA  x