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Meliá Hotels to open new Liverpool Innside property

The design includes a dedicated events floor with capacity for over 340 people and separate catering

Meliá Hotels International, Spain’s largest hotel group, has announced it is to open a new Innside hotel in Liverpool on 16 August 2021.

Innside Liverpool will feature 207-rooms and will bring together a destination restaurant, panoramic sky bar, conference and event spaces, state-of-the-art fitness gym, and upscale modern suites.

Repurposing the former Echo and Daily Post building, the group said Innside Liverpool will “breathe new life” into one of the city’s most iconic structures.

Following over three years of “extensive” redevelopment, a new open plan lobby encourages guests to “meet, mingle and unwind” before enjoying a meal in the 140-capacity destination restaurant and a 24 hour fitness gym.

Situated on the 18th
 floor, guests will also be able visit the double heighted 360-degree Sky Bar, offering views over Liverpool and the River Mersey and which will also offer music from resident DJs.

In addition the design includes a dedicated events floor with capacity for over 340 people and separate catering.

The 207 rooms will vary featuring a large number of upgraded rooms for special occasions, including 25 upgraded Studio Rooms, 26 Townhouse Suites and one Condo Suite featuring a separate bedroom, living space and dining area.

Garry Fortune, cluster general manager, UK North at Innside by Meliá, said: “The past 12 months has been exceptionally tough for so many, not least those in the hospitality industry, but we are thrilled to be launching our third UK innside by Meliá property in the heart of Liverpool this summer.

“As a group, innside by Melia has gone from strength to strength following the launch of our Manchester site in 2015 and the brand new Innside Newcastle set to open this spring. With a further two sites in the pipeline, it has been gratifying to see the brand so well received as we strengthen our roots in prime locations in the North’s most diverse cultural hubs.”

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