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William Jessop Way, Princes Dock, Liverpool, Merseyside L3 1QZ
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11 reviews of Malmaison Hotel in English
Offers quality at a realistic price. Impressive lobby, professional welcome, dark corridors, and luxurious rooms with walk in showers, double baths; enough to keep you ammused all night. Ask for a room with a good view of the river, or the Liver Building. There's always a special offer to be had, so check the website. The brasserie is good, and I've visited a few times, but with variable experiences. The spot lighting can be rather annoying, depending where you're sitting. The steak is usually amazing, and with an excellent choice of wines. Coctail bar can get a bit busy at times, and its not cheap. I suppose, all in all, typical of the Malmaison chain; consistent quality throughout.
We have stayed in this hotel quite a few times and never been disappointed. The rooms are sheer luxury, everything you need and very comfortable and clean. however the windows don’t open for fresh air, there is air conditioning but not the same in my opinion. the hotel itself must be seen very plush.
we ate at the restaurant which i am sorry to say was not befitting of the rest of the hotel, The service was awful the food well i would swear it was instant\tinned and been zapped in the microwave. I asked for the cheese board for desert and after a while it came, two pieces of cheese and no crackers
?? and the waiter looked at me funny when i asked him for some.
we don’t eat there anymore, but this does not put us off staying in the hotel.
Booked a double room. Got 2 single beds pushed together. Beds pushed apart in the night resulting in an injury. Hotel is lovely to look at and the Mal Burger was exquisite but concentrating so much on style has resulted in a lack of attention to basics such as providing milk with the coffee facilities or an easilly accessible plug for the kettle. I had to sit on the floor of the bathroom doorway to make my black coffee!
Superb, lovely modern interiors, rooms are well designed with sumptuous carpet, flat screen tv and big comfy beds. The bathrooms are great too! Mine had a huge bath - you could quite comfortably sit upright and barely have shoulders out of the water - and a separate walk in shower with the biggest shower head i have ever seen - it was like a dinner plate!
A stunning looking interior, very modern industrial, with beautifully fitted rooms. The restaurant and bar area were dark and interesting with voile drapes and lots of purple and dark wood. There is a lambanana in the entrance lobby too :-) Mine room had a walk in shower, a round bath with jets and an ENORMOUS bed. The bedding was so sumptuous I had a roll around on it giggling girlishly before videoing the whole place with my phone! I am such a saddo :-)
At 3am however I was woken by my door being rattled and someone swiping their keycard repeatedly! Nekkid, I crept towards the door (O_o) but before I got there, there was a slididing noise and a thump. I looked through the spyhole to see a mans legs. I rang the desk to inform them, and then also to send a cleaner as he was vomiting copiously in his now prone position.
Still it made me laugh!
This is my new favourite chain of hotels. I stayed in the Liverpool one and am going to stay in the London one soon too. The rooms are gorgeously designed with the biggest bed and bathtub ever, and you are actively encouraged to take the toiletries which smell delicious. The bars and the food are also divine and I wanted to lock myself in there and never leave. Prices for food and drink are high though, it must be said but they are of top quality and you have to try the Blackforest Martini cocktail.
Loved my stay in Malmaison last summer. Everyone has always gone on about how great the hotels are but I never got the chance to stay in one until lastminute came through with a brilliant £99 / night offer.
Liverpool Mal is on the docks and about 5 mins walk from Albert Docks and 10 minutes from town. You have to pay to park your car in an external carpark 1 minute away because the hotel only has limited space for staff.
It’s not the place to stay if you like traditional dwellings but if you’re after something a bit fancy expect sliding doors with poofs of smoke (not kidding!), purple bedclothes, toilet / shower chambers and generally an ace time!
Nice - situated near the docks it provides a perfect environment for a short stay. The rooms are very well presented and the staff and friendly. The food they offer is average when i was there but it is beeter to go into the city or the docks for food. Overall a satisfactory stay.
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