Developer to open two hotels in Liverpool this summer after £ 11million investment

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A developer has announced that it will open two new hotels in Liverpool this summer after an investment of more than £ 11million.

Town Hotels will officially open the £ 4.2million Duke Street Hotel next month, with the first guests arriving shortly after the next phase of reduced lockdown restrictions on May 17.

It will then launch the first Baltic Triangle hotel in July after investing around £ 7million in the project.

The 30-room boutique Duke Street Hotel has “raw urban design with a luxury finish and ultra-modern amenities,” he said.

The company, which is the hotel division of property development firm Living Brick, said the Baltic facility on Jamaica Street will include “ Shoreditch-style ” restaurants and bars, in a nod to the similarities of the region with the East End of London.

All 58 rooms in the old factory and warehouse building will feature original features complemented by “state-of-the-art” amenities in the rooms.

The hotels were created by Kevin Doran, founder of Living Brick and his business partner, Phil Walsh.

The couple already operate York Street Studios and Chavasse Apartments – a portfolio of serviced apartments in the city center.

Kevin Doran, Founder of Town Hotels, said: “We are delighted to announce the opening of the Duke Street Hotel next month, which will be followed by the Baltic Hotel later this summer.

“Both hotels will feature contemporary and trendy designs that are very much in keeping with the ambience of the Baltic and Ropewalks districts of Liverpool. They will be presented to British and European visitors to the city looking for stylish but simple accommodation.

“These will be incredibly cool places to stay.



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“The Baltic will be a destination in its own right with food and beverage facilities that compliment the location. The development will showcase many of the original building features with a modern twist.

“Both hotels will add to our already established serviced apartment portfolio, which includes York Street Studios and Chavasse Apartments in the city center. We worked with a brilliant team throughout the pandemic to prepare the new hotels.

“We look forward to a great year as people start to re-enter the city as the lockdown restrictions are lifted.”



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