Secret Escapes Hotel room with Breakfast and Evening Wine and Cheese in Liverpool for 2 people £49. - HotUKDeals
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Calm down, Calm down. Cheap I know. Just a few seconds walk from the Cavern Club and a short walk from the Tate Liverpool. Goes hand in hand with the 99p Durex deal posted earlier.

http://www.secretescapes.com/z-hotel-liverpool-liverpool-england/sale?
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gabs777
All the anti Scouse trolls loving this one... Liverpool is one of the most vibrant and friendly cities on the planet. OK the room looks like a broom cupboard but is there any need for all this sh#t... Grow up kids...
Just ignore them, they are sad, pathetic specimens who have to take snide digs from behind their keyboards.
I usually find the same people were racists before it became socially unacceptable.

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#1
Could do with a direct link with dates for that specific deal?
But good post
tried the link above its just for hotel no cheese n wine deal
#2
Wow it looks compact, must be owned by the Tune group. ;)
#3
Got it thanks
#4
£49 prices only available sundays. Otherwise great deal.
#5
Cold, no copies of The Sun around that area...
2 Likes #6
robertoegg
Cold, no copies of The Sun around that area...
There are, you will find them in the lavs
#7
Very few nights available at the £49 price
#8
"Evening wine and cheese".

Probably Lambrini and babybell.
1 Like #9
Thanks for the deal, but you'd have to pay me to go near Liverpool.
#10
Cheap so have some heat - just a shame this is in Liverpool :(
#11
If its the Brittania Adelphi dont stay there, its a toilet and not worth more than "£30pn.
1 Like #12
Gazzafs
robertoegg
Cold, no copies of The Sun around that area...
There are, you will find them in the lavs


ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha

IT NEVER GETS OLD!!!!
3 Likes #13
All the anti Scouse trolls loving this one... Liverpool is one of the most vibrant and friendly cities on the planet. OK the room looks like a broom cupboard but is there any need for all this sh#t... Grow up kids...
#14
I've stayed in the Z Hotel Liverpool - it is good value for the money and I would use it again, but it is worth being aware that some rooms don't have windows.
#15
They have bars
9 Likes #16
gabs777
All the anti Scouse trolls loving this one... Liverpool is one of the most vibrant and friendly cities on the planet. OK the room looks like a broom cupboard but is there any need for all this sh#t... Grow up kids...
Just ignore them, they are sad, pathetic specimens who have to take snide digs from behind their keyboards.
I usually find the same people were racists before it became socially unacceptable.
2 Likes #17
msharif911
If its the Brittania Adelphi dont stay there, its a toilet and not worth more than "£30pn.
I agree, it's a shame as well as the building is stunning, it just needs new owners and a refurb and it would be a great hotel
3 Likes #18
Liverpool has the largest collection of Grade II-listed buildings outside London. The city has 2,500 listed buildings and 250 public monuments.

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-183439/Ten-facts-Liverpool.html#ixzz39283kvwi
#19
Jonb133
gabs777
All the anti Scouse trolls loving this one... Liverpool is one of the most vibrant and friendly cities on the planet. OK the room looks like a broom cupboard but is there any need for all this sh#t... Grow up kids...
Just ignore them, they are sad, pathetic specimens who have to take snide digs from behind their keyboards.
I usually find the same people were racists before it became socially unacceptable.


Stop being so sensitive people are only having a giggle grow up
2 Likes #20
relco
Jonb133
gabs777
All the anti Scouse trolls loving this one... Liverpool is one of the most vibrant and friendly cities on the planet. OK the room looks like a broom cupboard but is there any need for all this sh#t... Grow up kids...
Just ignore them, they are sad, pathetic specimens who have to take snide digs from behind their keyboards.
I usually find the same people were racists before it became socially unacceptable.

Stop being so sensitive people are only having a giggle grow up
It isn't funny, it's boring and tedious,it is what bland morons think passes as comedy.
1 Like #21
bxc048
I've stayed in the Z Hotel Liverpool - it is good value for the money and I would use it again, but it is worth being aware that some rooms don't have windows.

Can a room without windows be called a room....or is it a cupboard ?
1 Like #22
robertoegg
Cold, no copies of The Sun around that area...
Congratulations. You are the C of the day
4 Likes #23
I'd say this pretty much reflects my feelings as I read this title...

http://i998.photobucket.com/albums/af105/citizeneraseduk/Untitled_zps89fd5068.png

I'm of course kidding - Liverpool is a cultured city that I'm sure would make a great break no matter what your tastes.
#24
CitizenErasedUK
I'd say this pretty much reflects my feelings as I read this title...

http://i998.photobucket.com/albums/af105/citizeneraseduk/Untitled_zps89fd5068.png

I'm of course kidding - Liverpool is a cultured city that I'm sure would make a great break no matter what your tastes.

Then why post it ?

Yawn
#25
Jonb133
gabs777
All the anti Scouse trolls loving this one... Liverpool is one of the most vibrant and friendly cities on the planet. OK the room looks like a broom cupboard but is there any need for all this sh#t... Grow up kids...
Just ignore them, they are sad, pathetic specimens who have to take snide digs from behind their keyboards.
I usually find the same people were racists before it became socially unacceptable.

Man, I feel sorry for you, being born without the humour gene an' all. It's a lovely sunny day, we're winning the cricket, the games are a riot in Scotland, have a cuppa and give yourself a little smile. You'll feel waaay better! xx
2 Likes #26
Come to Liverpool for the weekend, stay in one of the many decent hotels, eat and drink in one of the countless classy and cultured venues. Soak up the atmosphere and have a great time. Things have changed, massively, when was the last time any of you haters visited our fine, cosmopolitan city?
1 Like #27
illumanati2
robertoegg
Cold, no copies of The Sun around that area...
Congratulations. You are the C of the day

Champion! I like that or did you mean the naughty one? I'm going to go out on a limb here and say you probably wouldn't react like that in real life, eh? eh? Am I right?

"Stop that! Stop it! No banter round here, serious people involved!!!"
#28
gabs777
Come to Liverpool for the weekend, stay in one of the many decent hotels, eat and drink in one of the countless classy and cultured venues. Soak up the atmosphere and have a great time. Things have changed, massively, when was the last time any of you haters visited our fine, cosmopolitan city?

Seriously, I doubt anyone on here is hating on Liverpool! It's a wicked city, with awesome people, most of whom take and give with humour. Just view it as sibling joshing and will be ok xx
#29
I am from Liverpool and personally, I like the jokes - roll them out! For those of you who are actually serious, Liverpool is one of the best and safest of city centres and well worth a visit, you will enjoy it. I promise to only steal what you can easily replace while you are here, cross my heart.
#30
Apologies to the light hearted banterists (admit to inventing this word for convenience). I suppose any mention of the Sun just makes my hair curl. Really though, come and take a look, you'll be surprised.
#31
shouldn't a secret escape involve getting OUT of Liverpool? ;-)

Did someone mention the Sun already?

Edited By: TheKingSixtyTwentyFour on Jul 31, 2014 14:44
#32
Threlly
CitizenErasedUK
I'd say this pretty much reflects my feelings as I read this title...

http://i998.photobucket.com/albums/af105/citizeneraseduk/Untitled_zps89fd5068.png

I'm of course kidding - Liverpool is a cultured city that I'm sure would make a great break no matter what your tastes.

Then why post it ?

Yawn

I could say the same for your comment - I guess we just see opportunities for light humour differently. Not to worry, though; I appreciate my comment's not for anyone, and can only apologise if any offence was caused :)

Edited By: CitizenErasedUK on Jul 31, 2014 15:19
#33
People like Bernard Manning used to say it was only a bit of friendly banter when they were using the P word and the N word in the 70s. It isn't humour it is using regional stereotypes to attack people and is pretty pathetic.
#34
http://therepublikofmancunia.com/wp-content/uploads/2008/12/scousemonopoly.jpg

Thankfully, Liverpool people have an excellent sense of humour. It's a great city for a packet of chips down the old pier head.
#35
Tilet
Thanks for the deal, but you'd have to pay me to go near Liverpool.
due to not wanting to be banned I wont use bad language but you are a complete and utter idiot..
yes the jokes are funny but that's just rude.. go their, try it, then form an opinion... if you don't like it, then fair enough...
its also now one of the safest cities in Europe not just Britain.


Edited By: cornishscouse on Jul 31, 2014 19:01
#36
xtightgitx
People like Bernard Manning used to say it was only a bit of friendly banter when they were using the P word and the N word in the 70s. It isn't humour it is using regional stereotypes to attack people and is pretty pathetic.
Spot on, it's not funny it's tedious and spouted by bores.
#37
Liverpool is a lovely city....right up until the moment they hear a Manc accent...then watch the scum lead the charge shouting 'Woolybacks Woolybacks"
#38
I am from Merseyside and love the humour in this thread. Laughing at the excitement gif and the monopoly..

Great stuff.

I still very occasionally read the Sun as well. Sad that people hold a grudge, I am sure no one who made the sad headline decades ago still work at the Sun, so get a grip.
#39
Stayed at the Hard Days Night hotel on a room & a Liverpool game deal a few years ago which must be close to this. Proposed to the missus too.

Great city & we're looking to go back soon so will look in to this. Thanks OP.

And she said yes! <3
#40
Fredsavedme
The city has 2,500 listed buildings

Liverpool has 2,500 job centres, listed in the phone book?

I thought that was just a stereotype :p

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