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Renshaw Hotel
Renshaw Street
Liverpool
Merseyside

L1 2SA | View map

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This stylish boutique hotel based within Liverpools diverse city centre opened in January 2009. With only 16 rooms we are a small, intimate hotel offering a typically enhanced level of service to our guests. With stunning interiors and a personal approach towards hospitality your stay with us is an experience we want you to remember.Stay over in one of our luxury rooms and experience the opulent beauty of our contemporary design, providing the perfect backdrop for a memorable evening in our company.We pride ourselves on being an independant buisness with flexibility and amiability at the forefront of our tailored service. Our warm, friendly team our more than happy to assist in planning your stay with us down to the finest detail. Please contact us with any questions you may have.Here at The Renshaw Hotel, all 16 rooms are equipped with state of the art facilities, each laid out with meticulous attention to detail and benefiting from the best in contempory design. Each room is fitted with its own climate control system, 32'' Plasma TV, entertainment system (i-pod dock, DVD/CD, alarm, AM/FM Radio) tea and coffee making facilities, safe and internet access point. The spacious en-suite bathrooms have heated floors and towel rails, mist free mirrors and both a bath and a shower.

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