Exciting new images have been released showcasing Liverpool’s newest four-star hotel - Seel Street Hotel by EPIC - which is set to open to the public in early December.
Work on the sensational new 128-room hotel, developed by Elliot Group as part of its wider transformation of Wolstenholme Square, is nearing completion. Today’s exclusive visuals throw the spotlight on the property’s flagship WOW! Suite - a striking corner suite with external space providing sensational city views and set to raise the bar in the city’s expanding hotel sector.
Also revealed today is the hotel’s spacious Super Luxe suites with outside terraces and skyline vistas, and the ultra-contemporary Cinema Room, offering the ultimate in guest experience without having to leave your room. The £20m property will also include a residents’ bar and gym.
EPIC have been setting the standard in the apart-hotel sector over a number of years, with successful properties already on Liverpool’s Duke Street, Seel Street and Campbell Street. The luxury hotel brand is renowned for its exemplary customer service and stylish accommodations.
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Simon Beer, MD of EPIC, said:
“We are thrilled to be able to give this first look of our new Seel Street Hotel by EPIC. We are very proud of what we have envisioned for the property, and we are confident our guests will fall in love with it from the moment they step inside. This is a game-changer in the city and offers a high-end hotel experience befitting of Liverpool’s status as a world-class place to visit. It’s a first-class hotel for a first-class city.”
EPIC is one of Liverpool’s best independent hotel groups with properties as distinctive as the neighbourhoods they are located in. Seel Street Hotel by EPIC is part of Elliot Group’s wider £85m transformation of Wolstenholme Square and will bring a dynamic character to the guest experience that matches its vibrant, urban setting
Seel Street Hotel by EPIC is part of Elliot Group’s wider transformation of Wolstenholme Square and will bring a dynamic character to the guest experience that matches its vibrant, urban setting.
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