Liverpool dining & social experiences
Hope Street Hotel
The four-star boutique Hope Street Hotel sits handsomely in the heart of Liverpool’s Georgian neighbourhood. It has awe-inspiring, artistic and clever neighbours - Liverpool Philharmonic Hall, Everyman Theatre and a plethora of university departments. The hotel’s private dining room ‘The Fifth’ has two glass walls and stunning views across the city’s rooftops. It can seat 60 for dinner or 80 standing for a drinks reception.
The city’s two magnificent cathedrals sit at either end of Hope Street, while the hotel’s Carriage Works restaurant boasts two AA rosettes and an AA Notable wine list. It serves modern British dishes, using local fresh and seasonal produce.
Liverpool Philharmonic Hall
Liverpool Philharmonic Hall is a Grade I-listed concert hall, close to Hope Street Hotel. It’s the home of the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Society.
For Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra concerts, and selected other events, the Hall offers generous group discounts.
So why not treat guests to an unforgettable social occasion in a stunning art deco auditorium.
Arts School Restaurant
Enjoy fine dining at its best at the Arts School Restaurant. Located in Liverpool’s Georgian quarter, this historic building was originally the ‘Home for Destitute Children’ during Victorian times.
Now home to resident celebrity chef Paul Askew, this is more than a restaurant - but an experience - that offers private dining and wine tasting.
Hire the main restaurant or smaller dining rooms, or take over the cellars where there’s a tasting room for 10 seated guests.
National Museums Liverpool
The National Museums Liverpool is an impressive portfolio of eight venues.
Some of its incredible buildings include the Merseyside Maritime Museum, Museum of Liverpool and Walker Art Gallery.
With capacity for up to 1,000 guests for a reception, all venue profits are reinvested into the museums and galleries.