Pullman hotel opens next to ACC Liverpool

AccorHotels has opened the Pullman Liverpool hotel at the city's King's Dock, adjoining the ACC Liverpool.

Pullman Liverpool
Pullman Liverpool

Pullman Liverpool sits on the King’s Dock at the city’s waterfront and adjoins the ACC Liverpool. It offers a variety of meetings and events space, as well as all of the conference and exhibition facilities at the ACC.

The hotel has 216 en-suite room types including superior, deluxe and executive, as well as one executive suite and one junior suite. All room types offer complimentary wi-fi.

Pullman Liverpool has three meeting rooms and a dedicated executive floor with access to the exhibition centre. There is also an executive lounge with seating for 35 people, and a multi-function room with capacity for 100 delegates, which can also be divided into two smaller rooms. 

Other facilities include a fitness room, connectivity lounge, Dukes brassiere-style restaurant with 125 covers, and a bar and lounge that sits 58.

More:

ACC Liverpool sees record turnover

DoubleTree by Hilton opens new hotel and spa in Liverpool

£66m Exhibition Centre Liverpool opens for events

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