Village Liverpool53.40355, -2.80805
ex. Village Urban Resort Liverpool
According to guest reviews, the hotel has been rated as Best Design Hotels in United Kingdom
Village Liverpool offers an ideal location as well as a leisure club, a community pool and a golf course. This hotel opened its doors in 1988 and is placed in a sleek-style building. The comfortable hotel is equipped with free self-parking, a designated smoking area and a safety deposit box.
The hotel is approximately 13 km from Albert Dock. The Beatles Shop is also 12 km from the property.
Village Liverpool is approximately 10 km away from Liverpool John Lennon airport.
All rooms are fully equipped with en suite bathrooms along with a sitting area, a trouser press and IDD phone. Bathrooms are fitted with a shower, a hairdryer and toiletries.
Eat & Drink
Guests can enjoy a hearty drink at the sports bar. A wide choice of dining venues, including Brewers Fayre Chapel Brook and China Star Restaurant, is offered in the area.
A wellness area and a solarium as well as steam baths and various massages are available on site.
Wireless internet is available in the entire hotel for free.
Private parking is possible on site for free.
Year renovated: 2012. Number of rooms: 63.
On-site car park
Late check-in/ -out
Bar/ Lounge area
Indoor swimming pool
Spa & wellness centre
Sports & Fitness
- Fitness centre
- Golf course
- Room service
- Newspaper service
- Continental breakfast
- Snack bar
- Bar/ Lounge area
- Catering service
- Special diet menus
- Meeting/ Banquet facilities
- Children's menu
Facilities for people with disabilities
- Toilet for disabled
- Bathroom for disabled
Spa & Leisure
- Indoor swimming pool
- Spa & wellness centre
- Ironing facilities
- Hair dryer
- Free toiletries
- Electric kettle
- Flat-screen TV
- Direct dial telephone
- Carpeted floor
Rooms and availability
1 Double bed1 Double bed, 2 Single beds
1 Double bed
1 Double bed
1 Single bed
1 Double bed
1 Double bed
1 Single bed
i enjoyed my stay at the hotel as I was very pleased with the room( comfort and presentation), the spa, the staff and the restaurant. it was great value for money.
1. had to wait for the receptionist. 2. more selection of healthy food in breakfast
just adequate.& actually very poor quality and value by comparison to availability in Liverpool. However it was location after long journey that made me return to this village...The village is poor quality by comparison to many other Liverpool Hotels /boutiques/ new offereings and I have stayed at many. So adequate and poor quality but the correct location. Virginia
Village is adequate & actually poor quality & value by comparison to availability in Liverpool. However it was location after long journey that made me return to this village... Virginia I struggles to use the TV as the remote was complicated.I tried all 9 channel buttons but could not get BBC or ITV. I has to get a member of staff to sort it for me and write down the numbers on the chanels which were 14-15 and 16.....but I did not know that I should press the arrow up down button. I did find the shound arrow buttons. You should remember that even very bright business people like myself and not techo wizkids and even a remote is challenging.I once had an experience pressing a button on a remote that started to access adult stuff so I simple do not press anything other then the chanel number buttons just in case. Also In tried to ring reception to ask for help dialing 100 and I think 9 but no responce so I had to go to reception but met a lovely lady member of staff on the stairway who was very helpfull and came to the room. She said that a black folder would have given the information about which number to call reception but really it should be written on the piece of paper under the receiver!.We should not have to start reading a manual to use the phone or TV after an very long day !.
Me and my family was over in Liverpool and Manchester a trip for vacation and drove around the countryside and stayed at this hotel which we thought was very nice and would like us to take this several times. Located just so far away that you get the feeling that one is in the countryside and yet near the center of the city of Liverpool. Fine and nice rooms and nice pesonal. Good service in the restaurant. Good breakfast that was not the extra price Family of 4
It was warm and friendly and the food was most enjoyable
It was pretty noisy at night due to Christmas parties
The Staff were great, especially the resturant staff who made you feel at home . The food was of a good quality, with the salt and pepper squid starters being amazing Nice bar
The gym looked abit tired compared to the De Vere village in Swindon and the Venues in Bolton the cold breakfast menu seemed a bit limited
Easy to find. Pool and sauna. The breakfast. Friendly staff.
Bit busy with kids in the pool. Receptionist told me I neednt book a time for dinner. When I went they couldnt fit me in at the time I wanted so she was wrong. Roudy clients kept me awake until 3am......the staff shoud have really been aware of this and put a stop to it. However, when I went to reception and complained the night porter dealt with it promptly.
The. Hotel was very pleasant to stay at and the staff were very helpful and pleasant as well all over our weekend stay
We took our dog with us to stay at the hotel as well and there were no dog pooh bins to be found anywhere at the hotel or near to it either
clean well sited reasonably priced
happy frindly welcome
Friendly staff. Only stayed 1 night but some facilities in room were not working. Would have had them repaired if staying longer.
The staff were very friendly and welcoming - especially on Reception. The leisure facilities were very well kept and very relaxing. The bar meal was very good and nicely served. Good value for money. The room was clean and very comfortable.
The breakfast buffet was limited if you did not want a cooked breakfast and there did not seem to be enough variety for the number of people coming down to breakfast, especially if you were a bit later on for breakfast. It would have been nice to have a choice of different yoghurts, more variety of fruit and a wider selection of rolls, croissants and breads.
I originate from the area and so was visiting family. I usually use a local Premier Inn but the price and facilities of De Vere caught my eye. Assuming the price is competetive I will use De Vere in future. Perfect for my requirements.
No complaints at all except the bar prices were high! The room was perfectly comfortable and clean. The breakfast excellent. I also used the Health facilities. I have some queries about the quality of the staff but in other respects the facilities were good. Very impressive for a Hotel.
Good location. Great gym/spa.
I enjoyed my dinner very much but others dinners complained about food/service. Not sure about car park security as its all open plan. Would prefer a locked compound somewhere. In the end backed up against the only wall close to my room.
The bed was very comfortable
I had to request more milk as only 4 small pots for an occupancy of two people, when I requested if there was a massage person in the health club I was advised to go and speak to them, as the person is only there occasionally. When we went to eat in the restaurant we were advised the restaurant was fully booked , so we would have to eat in the bar , which we did but the meal was not very nice and as I had already eaten there at lunch time , the selection was limited. When I asked why I was not informed there was parties booked in and needed to book for the restaurant I was advised it was due to late bookings. Due to the area the hotel is situated we did not have any other choice to eat anywhere else without driving. I have stayed at other village hotels and must admit this one was not the best.
friendly welcome at reception - informative of hotel facilities friendly and pleasent cleaners good breakfast
booking in only at 3pm