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Tune Hotel - Liverpool, City Centre

3-19 Queen Buildings, Castle Street, Liverpool L2 4XE England
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#47 of 111 hotels in Liverpool
Tune Hotel Liverpool offers high quality accommodation at affordable prices without compromising on comfort, cleanliness, location or customer service. Situated in the city centre near to the business district, as well as the Cavern Quarter, shops, bars and restaurants, making our Liverpool hotel ideal for work, rest and play.
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Paid public parking nearby
Free internet
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Baggage storage
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24-hour check-in
24-hour front desk
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Non-smoking rooms
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Sophie B wrote a review 15 Sep
Leek, United Kingdom3 contributions
Not sure where to start… when booking this I was expecting a lovely city centre hotel as the pictures online gave me that expectation! Unfortunately the hotel wasn’t what I was expecting.. a man on reception welcomed us and told us where to find our room which was on the 5th floor. We were told the lift to the first floor was working but we would have to take the stairs from the 1st to 5th as the lift was broken which wasn’t ideal if I’m honest, and looking back on reviews it seems like the lift was out of order for a very long time? After the long journey to the top floor or attic, which is what it felt like, our room door was left open which we thought was strange.. The room wasn’t clean, from the moment I walked in I saw a dirty and dusty window ledge which could of been easily sorted with a wet cloth.. marks on the wall, dirty floor but that isn’t the worst of it.. I checked the bed and wow I was shocked to find mould.. yes mould!! On my bed sheets! To then find a wee like mark down the wall by the side of the bed.. at this point I knew I wouldn’t be staying in this room! After going to complain I realised the door wouldn’t actually shut unless it was slammed! After speaking to a lady on reception she swapped our room and gave us a full refund! I was happy she could do something but it wasn’t the best start or first impression! Finding our new room was a TASK! Following signs and going through loads of corridors I felt like I was in a maze and then I came to what looked like a hall, very old fashion hall, that we had to walk through to get to our room which I thought was rather creepy but it is a very old building.. I nearly didn’t go through it as I thought no rooms would be through there but they were. Our new room was lovely compared to the one before. The sash windows are far from soundproof and unfortunately our room was next to a private room which seemed to be a cleaners cupboard which woke us up both mornings and we actually had a massive laundry basket outside our room which we thought was very inconsiderate. No kettle in the room but there was a coffee machine at reception. Another thing which I found concerning was when we came back at 3am after a night out the reception door would just open and yes there was someone on reception but anyone could just walk in and go upstairs which made us feel unsafe! There was no key card to get in or onto all the floors? Overall I wasn’t impressed and would prefer to spend an extra £100 on a premier inn. I definitely feel as if I was catfished. Very dated, not the cleanest, staff seem to be not very interested at times apart from Zoe who helped us change rooms! Musty and unusual smells throughout the hotel, felt like more of a hostel! Seems very welcoming and professional when you enter the hotel but as soon as you go upstairs it’s the complete opposite.
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Date of stay: September 2021Trip type: Travelled with friends
Room Tip: Don’t stay here if you want a clean room and good night sleep
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Matthew G wrote a review 12 Sep
Wolverhampton, United Kingdom30 contributions3 helpful votes
Check-in was efficient and quick. The staff on the front desk were polite and helpful. The hotel is in a heritage building, and set over multiple floors. The lift by reception only goes to the first floor (and was operational). However, on reaching the first floor you have to get a further lift to the upper floors, and this lift was unfortunately broken. The rooms are quite difficult to find and it’s quite complex to navigate around the floors of the hotel. Once we found our room, we were pleased that it appeared to be relatively clean and had a window. On closer inspection the floor was rather gritty and unclean. The shower still had the long brunette hairs of the previous guest and the shower pressure and water fluctuated greatly during our showers. There were numerous suspicious looking stains on the walls and curtains. The bed was creaky and rather lumpy, I could feel the springs through the fitted sheet but it was at least clean. Our room was at the rear of the hotel and was quiet, although the windows are old sash type windows and single glazed. We paid £90 for the room, no breakfast included or even any hot drink making facilities. I’d rather pay a bit more and stay at a Premier Inn if I’m honest. Unlikely to stay here again.
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Date of stay: September 2021Trip type: Travelled with friends
Room Tip: Get a room at the rear of the hotel
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Lisa G wrote a review Aug 2021
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This place is a dump. Do not stay there if you want cleanliness and a quiet nights sleep. My daughter and I stayed there last night. Drunks squealing and yelling all night and knocking doors and running away. No shower either, water was cold. Room more of a hostel. This place should not be open. Was booked in for four nights but couldn't get out of there quick enough. Young boys at reception that don't know how to manage the place. Also the area is very rough. We were approached by beggars.
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Date of stay: August 2021Trip type: Travelled with family
laura w wrote a review Aug 2021
21 contributions2 helpful votes
Our stay here was amazing from start to finish. Location was perfect just 2 min walk from James Street train station. And only couple mins walk to the shops. Hotel was clean the staff where really friendly and welcoming. Only thing missing from the room was a kettle but we brought our own. Deffo be staying here again. Thanks
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Date of stay: August 2021Trip type: Travelled with family
Ross ward wrote a review Aug 2021
Milnthorpe, United Kingdom2 contributions
Just a Amazing place with great staff and you couldn’t ask for a better street to be on its just Beautiful:) the only problem was navigation the corridors but over all a great stay would really recommend to anyone looking to do some shopping and drinking in Liverpool
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Date of stay: August 2021Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Room Tip: The corridors can be annoying and hard to get around
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Frequently Asked Questions about Tune Hotel - Liverpool, City Centre
Which popular attractions are close to Tune Hotel - Liverpool, City Centre?
Nearby attractions include The Cavern Club (0.2 km), Breakout Liverpool (0.4 km), and The VRVE - Liverpool (0.1 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Tune Hotel - Liverpool, City Centre?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free internet access, reduced mobility rooms, and baggage storage.
Is parking available at Tune Hotel - Liverpool, City Centre?
Yes, paid public parking nearby is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Tune Hotel - Liverpool, City Centre?
Conveniently located restaurants include Dale Street Kitchen, A Small Fish In A Big Pond, and Shiraz BBQ.
Are there any historical sites close to Tune Hotel - Liverpool, City Centre?
Many travellers enjoy visiting The Cavern Club (0.2 km), Williamson’s Tunnels – Friends of Williamson’s Tunnels (2.2 km), and Western Approaches Museum - The Battle of the Atlantic Experience (0.2 km).
Is Tune Hotel - Liverpool, City Centre accessible?
Yes, it offers wheelchair access and reduced mobility rooms. For specific enquiries, we recommend calling ahead to confirm.