bedroom hotel, bar restaurant, two functions rooms, rooftop gardens and bar with open views of the city, The Shankly Hotel is situated in a prominent position in Liverpool city centre fronting Victoria Street, and benefits from excellent transportation links. The M62 and M57 are located less than 7 miles from the property and provide access to the wider motorway network., Liverpool Lime Street is less than 350 metres to the east of the property. The station is well connected with regular services to Manchester (35 minutes), London Euston (2 hours 16 minutes), Newcastle (3 hours) and Chester (40 minutes)., More information is available on request of access to the data room., Viewings strictly by prior appointment with Savills., Situated in a prominent positon in Liverpool city centre., 125 bedroom hotel sleeping a total of 662 guests., Vibrant Bastion Restaurant & Bar (150 covers)., Garden of Eden events suite, 800 guests and Little Eden events suite, 120 guests, Two Wedding/Civil Ceremony licenses in the Eden and Little Eden suites, Roof top terrace and bar, Secure undergound parking providing a turnover in excess of £250,000 per annum, Part ground/first floor gym leased to Liverpool Council for a term of 10 years, A unique and lively 125 bedroom hotel situated in the heart of Liverpool city centre. The hotel is based upon the legendary football player and manager Bill Shankly, featuring photos, videos and memorabilia throughout. The hotel comprises the popular Bastion Bar & Restaurant, two events suites, two roof top terraces and secure underground car parking for 111 spaces. The Shankly Hotel provides 125 uniquely designed hotel bedrooms over five floors. 63 of the bedrooms follow the Bill Shankly theme while 62 are of a more unique style. Each room benefits from en-suite bathrooms, complimentary WiFi and tea/coffee making facilities. The popular Bastion Restaurant & Bar is a vibrant destination throughout the week and on match days, with over 150 covers. It’s home to the Bill Shankly museum, allowing guests to delve into the football manager’s most treasured memorabilia.