Sunday, November 22, 2009
RETRACE THE BEATLES' LONG AND WINDING ROADS AT NEW NOVOTEL LIVERPOOL CITY CENTRE
Opening rates start from GBP85 per night (around AUD $154 at current exchange rates), with special two-day getaway packages available from GBP160 (around AUD$190 for two nights), inclusive of breakfast.
The Novotel is the ideal base for Australians visiting Liverpool, with its convenient location on Hanover Street, a stone's throw away from the thriving Paradise Street district of Liverpool, one of the largest ever urban revitalization projects in Europe. The Paradise Street Project was unveiled in 2008 and a year later had attracted over 22 million shoppers to a remarkably diverse range of boutiques, restaurants, bars and other attractions.
For those who want to re-trace the Beatles' evolution in the rough and tough Liverpool of the late 1950s and early 1960s, the Novotel is perfectly located for organized and self-guided walks, with the Cavern Club and many other famous Beatles' landmarks less than 15 minutes walk from the hotel.
On arrival at Novotel Liverpool Centre, guests will be able to enjoy a seamless experience with the exclusive new self check-in and check out service. Styled by Belgian interior designer Patrick Dumont, each of the 209 Novation rooms is designed to a high specification - fresh, spacious, beautifully considered bedrooms, complete with modern soft furnishings, bath and separate shower. All rooms feature Novotel's latest in-room entertainment system. Novotel Liverpool Centre is offering an all-inclusive, 24-hour package at only £12.99, which includes unlimited blockbuster movies and music on demand, hard-wired, high-speed internet access and connection for MP3 players.
Novotel Liverpool Centre also launches Eureka – a novel, all-inclusive meeting room set to revolutionise the meeting environment and encourage the free flow of creativity. The Eureka room features unconventional and flexible ergonomic furnishings combined with state-of-the-art technology tools to inspire fresh thinking. Eureka also lets you enjoy the choice of an à la carte and / or buffet menu within the meeting space, another instance of Novotel's commitment to offering the guest flexible choices. The hotel features a dedicated conference floor with nine conference rooms offering the innovative *Meeting@Novotel package which provides a customised service, contemporary and innovative facilities and an assigned co-ordinator to ensure the success of every business event.
Novotel Liverpool Centre also features Novotel's unique dining option - Elements - a popular food concept, which gives guests the ultimate in choice. Elements also includes the very successful TV Dining – where single diners can sit in their own specially designed "pods" and relax and watch TV whilst they dine in the restaurant.
There are currently over 400 Novotel Hotels globally, with 32 hotels in the UK, including Novotel Liverpool Centre. Accor Hospitality is one of the world's leading global hotel groups with over 4,000 hotels in 90 countries and provides accommodation to suit all budgets from the low-cost Etap hotel to the contemporary three and four-star Novotel and the more luxurious five-star Sofitel.
Bookings – (Australia) 1300 65 65 65 or www.novotel.com
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