8 reviews of Radisson S.a.s. Hotel in English
Excellent hotel. It was a little difficult to find but that could have just been me as I walked from the station (about 20 mins).
The staff were very friendly and really could not have done more to help.
Rooms were clean and tidy and decorated to a high standard.
I got a very good rate and overall was delighted with the night I stayed.
We stayed here with a baby just before Christmas. Although we'd requested a travel crib in advance there wasn't one when we arrived and there was a bit of a flurry to get one. The staff were incredibly friendly and helpful and the £99 we paid was definitely worth it.
The room was clean, comfortable, and the shower was fantastic. There are cheaper places to stay but this was lovely and we'd do it again.
Hard to find with the car, though.
We stayed at this hotel after attending a wedding function there one evening. We had booked the room only rate at £99 however when we checked in, the lady noticed I was carrying flowers (for my birthday). She promptly upgraded us to an executive room which include full english breakfast for free! The room was beautiful, very modern, very clean, lovely view. It even had a krups coffee machine! We decided to pre-order breakfast to have in our room and it was good quality and very plentiful!! Expensive bar, but it is what you would expect to pay in a top quality hotel. Would love to stay here again in the future.
I stayed at this hotel a year ago and was extremely pleased. The decor was fresh and modern with glass doors on the rooms, the rooms themselves are a nice size, the showers powerful, the pool and steam room decent and the restaurant on site is gorgeous.
The only down side to our stay was that there was a wedding reception on in the hotel which was extremely noisy and went on until the early hours of the morning. We could hear the music from our room and their were children running around the corridors. In the end, knowing we wouldn’t be able to sleep anyway we actually went and sat in the reception and had a drink.
The hotel reception is impressive with a light and airy attrium which makes the hotel stand out. The staff on the whole are friendly although we did find one or two staff seemed disinterested especially on Sunday morning when we were checking out.
We stayed on a Saturday night on a £99 rate room only (we ended up paying less though - read on).
Lovely Atrium - like the Guggenheim museum In NYC. Location - a bit out of the way but not a problem if you don’t mind a little walk.
Used the pool and steam room. ~Pool temp was very warm.
Room was okay but you can tell the hotel is a few years old now. A few cigarette burns etc. The bathroom door handle came off in my hand! and the telephone key pads were dusty. I mentioned this on check out and £30 was deducted from our bill which I thought was very fair and reduced the price to what I actually thought the room was worth.
Sadly, some idiots had scratched their names into the leather wall near the lifts. I think this happend on the Saturday night as don’t remember it being there when we arrived. There was a wedding Saturday night which spilled out onto the atrium but didn’t keep us awake. Overall, not bad, it was worth what we paid in the end, but not what we should have paid.
Radisson Hotels can be found the world over, and whilst the degree of universal quality that they offer is reassuring, there is always that frisson of pleasure that comes with discovering their diversity in ways both great and small.
The Liverpool Radisson enjoys the advantage of its location in an established maritime city of great charm and distinction in both its people, its very individual culture, and its structure. The Mersey River has lent its name to a great deal more than just The Beatles.
The hotel is ultra modern, the décor hosting colours that though assertive are not strident, and has 194 bedrooms including Business Class, Junior Suites and the sensational River suite. Guestrooms, which are individually designed in two unique styles, Ocean and Urban, provide more than enough choices to keep everybody happy. Free Broadband, including wireless Internet access is available in all guestrooms and public areas.
As with any great hotel the happiness of the inner man is a prime concern, and the award winning Filini restaurant offers Italian cuisine of a high order, blending together both Italian and local produce to create a greatly enjoyed and respected dining experience. The restaurant has recently undergone a complete refit, with red vintage leather seating comfortably alongside draping red curtains and chandeliers that reflect the sparkle of the conversation beneath.
The menu opens with a convivium collection of sharing platters, amongst which the cured meats and cheese antipasti is invariably popular. More individual antipasti dishes include chargrilled asparagus with poached egg and Pantelleria capers, or roast red peppers with anchovy, capers and olive oil.
Risotto can be ordered as a starter or main dish, and many a good night here has revolved round the wonderful blend of flavours that are drummed up by spaghetti with crab meat and light Soave cream sauce. Grilled sirloin of veal is served with green beans, Pancetta and tomato sauce, whilst vegetarians with exult in stuffed Portabella mushrooms with eggplant, olives, tomato and mozzarella cheese.
No Italian menu would be complete without a range of pizzas. As befits a restaurant of quality these are the thin crust variety, and include tomato sauce, shrimp, mozzarella, oregano and roasted garlic. Italians are so adept at making the best out of vegetables, and here we have garlic mashed potatoes with Parmesan cheese, green vegetables with lemon, as well as the traditional tomato and red onion salad.
Desserts of cherries in grappa with pistachio ice cream and biscoti compete alongside panettone bread and butter pudding, the inevitably wonderful ice cream selection of any good Italian restaurant, and a selection of ripe Neapolitan cheese.
It is not until one sees an exclusively Italian wine list that the full splendour of Italian wine really manifests itself. Possibly more than any other country, careful selection through their, shall we say, humbler wines produces real gems, and if challenged I would cite Vin Santo del Chianti Serelle from Tuscany as a notable example.
Certainly not the cheapest place to stay or dine but without doubt up there with any that I’ve sampled and if you can then please treat yourself or a loved one to its oppulence and special aura.
Stayed over recently and had a fantastic time. Rolled in after eating next door at the new panoramic restaurant and propped up the White Bar until the very early hours. The breakfast is to much for any one man to sample in one sitting, lovely!!!
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