Information about Leverhulme Hotel & Spa
The Leverhulme Hotel and Spa is best known for its rich history which is emphasized in its grand architecture and beautiful yet detailed artwork. However, recently it’s been more renowned for its supreme elegance and customer satisfaction in the heart warming hotel business and event venue. Whether your special day is luxurious or modest, the Leverhulme Hotel and Spa proves to be a most romantic setting for your wedding.
Facilities and capacities
Accommodating up to 200 guests, the Leverhulme Hotel and Spa provides multiple pearl white banquet halls with golden curtains and open windows for natural lighting. Gardens surround the premises for lovely photographic opportunities and dance floors are set up in the ballrooms for classic parties.
Astounding banquets and exquisite ceremonies are guaranteed with the Leverhulme Hotel and Spa. For some added sparks, they also offer flawless photography, charming music, and delectable catering. The Leverhulme team strives to take care of every detail so that you can just worry about enjoying your special day.
In addition to a quiet and refined three-course choice meal, the culinary staff also presents many options in regards to drinks, such as personal selections of wine, celebratory champagne, still and sparkling water, and a variety of soft drinks.
The Leverhulme Hotel and Spa respectfully allocates rooms for guests. Fifteen rooms are available in the main building and four in the Coach House. In terms of style, no guestroom is like the other; however, they each have handcrafted beds, genuine art deco furniture, a least one television, and internet service. Bathrooms feature luxurious Bvlgari products, a separate shower and LCD TV. Additionally, some rooms include a two-person Jacuzzi.
The Leverhulme building initially opened in 1907 as a cottage hospital. It played a role in Lord Leverhulme's philanthropic plans for Port Sunlight, which was the pioneering estate created to provide top-notch social facilities for those working under him and their families. The modernized Leverhulme Hotel & Spa officially opened in 2008 after undergoing restoration.
The hotel is situated in Port Sunlight Village. It is less than 10 minutes away from the luxurious hotel is Liverpool, Capital of Culture 2008, while the notable city of Chester is 15 minutes away. Likewise, the M53 motorway is also conveniently nearby.
From 2 to 250
Banquet halls, gardens, dance floor, parking
Banquet, ceremony, photography, music, transportation, decoration, drinks and beverages, catering
Outside the city
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