Free WiFi, DVD/CD library. In rooms, wall‑mounted LCD TV, DVD/CD player, free broadband internet access, underfloor heating, mist‑free mirrors, rain shower heads, Ren toiletries, minifridge/champagne chiller in some rooms.
Suite 406 is an open‑plan suite with a sloping ceiling, exposed beams and a mezzanine bathroom with a huge Italian wooden bathtub. All suites have oak flooring and Bang & Olufsen TVs and DVD players.
Binoculars or a zoom lens, for a close-up view of the Liver Birds atop the Liver Building.
In‑room beauty treatments can be arranged.
Welcome: games available; under-5s eat free. Cots (free) and extra beds (£30) can be provided in the studio rooms.
Games available; kitchen accommodating. Cots and extra beds for under‑14s can be provided in the studio rooms, at no extra cost. There are also DVDs and CDs for children.
Babies and up – children of all ages welcome.
Only King Deluxe categories and upwards fit an extra bed or cot. Studio rooms are the most suitable for families; they've got enough space for at least one extra bed or cot.
Reception staff are clued up on the city's family-friendly attractions, and have lots of leaflets available. They recommend visiting World Museum Liverpool and taking a waterfront tour on the Yellow Duckmarine bus.
Rates exclude breakfast. Continental breakfast, £13.50; full English, £16.50. A la carte breakfast menu also available.
Children are allowed in the restaurant at all times. There isn't a dedicated children's menu, but chefs will make smaller portions of dishes on the regular menu. Staff are happy to heat up milk and baby food, and provide packed lunches. Milk can be stored in the kitchen's fridges.
The hotel doesn't provide a babysitting service.
No need to pack
High chairs are provided in the restaurant.
Just ask, and staff will provide children with age-appropriate toys, from colouring books to jigsaws. There's a DVD player in every room and children's DVDs to borrow.