Watched over by the city’s proudly perched Liver Birds, The Liverpool Mal is the only one of the Malmaison hotels to be purpose built. Centrally located overlooking the historic harbour, this urban spa is designed to take away the stresses and strains of city life with a comprehensive gym and an extensive list of treatments offering everything from wraps and massages to facials, manicures and pedicures, not to mention a cacophony of treatments for men as well.
We are pleased to confirm that spas in England are now permitted to resume offering all treatments and facilities, excluding thermal facilities (for example sauna and steam rooms). Please check the details of your chosen spa package carefully as access to some facilities, including relaxation lounges, may be subject to restrictions. Please check local restrictions that may affect your destination and your home area.
Please ensure that you have a mask or suitable face covering with you, which must be worn at check in to your spa and hotel.
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At a glance
Whether you have spent the day sightseeing or being pampered, the spa has everything to help you unwind.
There are multiple options, from The Kitchen to The Boudoir – tailoring to whatever weekend you have in mind!
Local attractions include The Beatles Exhibition at Albert Dock, The Tate Liverpool, Botanical Gardens, Horse racing at Haydock and many many more.
Bars and Night Life
Fantastic for a lively break.
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Hotel & Accommodation
A city built on industrial routes, the harbour played an integral part in its formation as one of the UK’s major trade routes. Today, after a little bit of a nip-and-tuck it is once again surging to the forefront of design and hospitality, and Malmaison hotels are there, quite literally on the front of it all.
Looking out over the Mersey, the one hundred and thirty seductive rooms with dark block colours and bold shapes are a sensuous haven to crash in after a day of exploring the cultural treasure trove that comprises the city.
Incorporating local produce at every opportunity, the hotel provides multiple dining options. The Brasserie serves generous portions and a decadent menu of oysters, duck and other delicacies, while The Kitchen places you in the centre of the action with only a plate glass wall separating you and the perfectionist chef. At the opposite end of the spectrum is the appropriately named – Boudoir restaurant, the private room seats ten people and is an elegant, Parisian surround with a Moulin Rouge twist.