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You Can Now Stay In This New Liverpool Hotel Featuring Stunning Views, Artwork And A Floral Store

Alice Lorenzato-Lloyd Alice Lorenzato-Lloyd - Staff Writer

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The hotel is also home to Gino D’Acampo’s second restaurant in the city.

A brand new hotel known as INNSiDE Liverpool officially opened in the heart of the city’s commercial district on September 13. The INNSiDE by Meliá hotel aims to bring plenty of comfort to its guests as well as featuring music, art and culture which are all locally curated and in keeping with its philosophy ‘Stay Curious’.

In keeping with this philosophy the Old Hall Street hotel, which forms part of Spain’s largest hotel group Meliá Hotels International, has collaborated with local lifestyle and plant store concept A Slower Space to create a green-inspired takeover of the entrance area. The INNSiDE Liverpool x A Slower Space collaboration will feature an impressive floral concept store at the entrance to the hotel, and there is also a stunning living wall, providing the perfect backdrop for staycation photo moments.

A Slower Space, which has a flagship store on the iconic Penny Lane, plans to bring a touch of the outside INNSiDE with a beautiful collection of fresh, seasonal and dried flowers, with new bouquet designs created daily, and all available to buy onsite. Sitting alongside the flowers is a carefully curated selection of plants, gifts and homewares, including some by UK based independents, many of which are made and designed in Liverpool.

INNSiDE Liverpool will also open with a collection of further #StayCurious local partnerships including art gallery dot-art, narrative illustrator Jess Hanko and LCR Culture & Creativity Awards, which will be showcased across the hotel’s suites and public spaces, plus available to purchase. dot-art will also be managing an exciting new exhibition space within the hotel, located on the impressive events floor and designed to showcase local talent, with the first show launching in September which will feature portraits by Kirsten Todd.

Repurposing the former Echo and Daily Post building, the 207-room lifestyle hotel offers an eclectic home-from-home feel for guests to explore Liverpool’s city centre. INNSiDE Liverpool will bring a new lease of life as well as destination restaurant, Gino D’Acampo Old Hall Street, a panoramic 360 Sky Bar, expansive conference and event space, state-of-the-art fitness gym, and upscale modern rooms suites all under one roof.

All rooms are designed to adapt to the dynamic lifestyles of its guests, featuring high-speed Wi-Fi and in-room mini fridges. INNSiDE Liverpool upgraded rooms include 25 Studio Rooms, 26 Townhouse Suites and one standout Condo Suite featuring separate bedroom, living space and dining area.

Gino D’Acampo Old Hall Street, opening in conjunction with INNSiDE Liverpool on September 13, is set to bring a further touch of style to the city, serving Mediterranean cuisine and premium drinks in a chic and contemporary setting. Further raising the bar for drinking and dining in Liverpool will be the opening of Gino’s new 360 Sky Bar on the 17th floor of the hotel with unrivalled panoramic views of the city and beyond, it promises to be one of the city’s most desirable locations, with local resident DJ’s further elevating the atmosphere from day to night.

Gino D’Acampo Old Hall Street and 360 Sky Bar is now open at INNSiDE Liverpool, and you can tuck into breakfast, lunch and dinner, from 7am to 11.30pm, every day. For more information and to make a booking enquire head to the restaurant’s website here.

INNSiDE Liverpool, Old Hall Street, NE1 3BE

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