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The Phoenix Hotel is housed within a beautifully refurbished Victorian building. Offering 19 rooms, a host of amenities and a Residents Bar to keep you entertained, you’ll be staying only a stone’s throw away from one of the most diverse and exciting cities in the UK.
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Welcome to Phoenix Hotel Liverpool

This exciting development has seen an injection of boutique style and luxury thanks to our dedicated team. Incorporating existing features with modern design, The Phoenix Hotel is located half a mile from both Anfield and Goodison football grounds, and just one mile from the city centre itself. 

When you book a stay with us, you’ll receive a free Uber ride each night into Liverpool city centre. As well as this, we are located 400 yards away from Sandhills train station, which is just one stop away from a hub of Liverpool’s upcoming bars and restaurants.

Check in is from 3pm and check out at 11am.
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Our Rooms Are Special

The 19 ensuite bedrooms at The Pheonix Hotel have been constructed with a contemporary flourish. Featuring geometric carpets, velvet headboards and a modern colour scheme, these rooms are perfect for couples, hen and stag parties, or for those looking to enjoy matchday in style. 

Each room at The Phoenix Hotel offers an ensuite bathroom with a walk-in shower, a 55” Sky TV, Tea & Coffee making facilities and built-in wardrobes. Our king-size beds offer the perfect night’s sleep, and those looking for a bit more luxury will find it in our Deluxe and Superior rooms.

Amenities at The Phoenix

Our residence bar is the perfect place spend your evening. Whether you’re enjoying cocktails and beers with friends or looking for a cosy night sipping wine with your partner, we have you covered. 

Our disabled rooms at The Phoenix Hotel are located on the ground floor. For more information, please get in touch.

  • Unlimited Free Wifi
  • Multiple Room Types
  • Free Secure Parking
  • Free Uber Service
  • Residence Bar
  • Jacuzzis Available
  • 55” TV in Every Room
  • Disabled Access

The Standard Room

In all of our Standard rooms you can expect to see a luxurious king size bed, tea & coffee making facilities, free wifi and contemporary yet traditional decor. You can also enjoy Sky TV on your own 55″ television, as well as an ensuite bathrom with a walk-in shower.

Guests can pay an upgrade fee of £25 per night on their room and receive breakfast for 2 and a Uber ride to city centre.

  • Bed size
    King – 6.3FT x 3FT
  • Room size
    Up to 167 sq ft
  • Room Capacity
    Up to 2 adults
  • TV Available
    55” LCD TV
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The Deluxe Room

Our Deluxe rooms come with a plush king size bed, tea & coffee making facilities, an ensuite bathroom with a walk-in shower, and so much more. Some of our Deluxe rooms also come with a Jacuzzi option. These are available to book via our booking system.

  • Bed size
    King – 6.3FT x 3FT
  • Room size
    Up to 208 sq ft
  • Room Capacity
    Up to 2 adults
  • TV Available
    55” LCD TV
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The Superior Room

Our Superior rooms come with two king size beds, extra floor space, tea & coffee making facilities, an ensuite bathroom with a walk-in shower, and so much more. Perfect for group or family bookings, these rooms offer more space as well as two comfortable king size beds.

  • Bed size
    King – 6.3FT x 3FT
  • Room size
    Up to 278 sq ft
  • Room Capacity
    Up to 4 adults
  • TV Available
    55” LCD TV
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The History of The Phoenix

The Phoenix is one of the oldest standing buildings in Kirkdale, Liverpool. Designed and built over 100 years ago, the building was host to a variety of historically significant events in Liverpool’s illustrious history. 

Kirkdale itself is also home to significant moments in British history. It was one of the first suburbs to be developed during the Industrial Revolution, and the Kirkdale Jail (now demolished) was home to the last public hanging in Britain.