14 MARCH 2011

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Article from BTNews 14 MARCH 2011

Liverpool's First 5-Star Boutique Hotel

The 84-guest room 5-star Layla Hotel Liverpool will open in the summer of 2011, at 6 Sir Thomas Street in the heart of the city, just minutes from Liverpool One and Liverpool Lime Street Station.

The new property is a clever accommodation across three architecturally stunning buildings ingeniously connected both internally and externally coupled with private entrances and exits for discerning guests.  The blend of original architecture and the most up to date touches sees Victorian, Art Deco and contemporary features embrace the buildings’ historic aspects, and the latest in technology.

The primary building originates from the 1920s and is being beautifully restored to its original.  All the rooms lead off from a central striking and majestic 1920s steel-caged lift, which will be carefully revitalized complete with a contemporary glass exterior.  The remainder of this wing will encompass magnificently opulent and contemporary interiors and will also be host to the vast Grand Presidential Suite, Junior Suites, the Layla Health, Beauty and Fitness Spa, heated indoor swimming pool, the state-of-the-art Gymnasium and Layla's very own private movie screening room. www.laylahotel.co.uk

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