The Dolby Hotel located at 36-42 Chaloner St, Liverpool L3 4DE, UK Book an appointment or need answers to a question, please feel free to contact us by phone 0151 708 7272

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deborah mccormack

5 Google Rating

Beautiful hotel on the waterfront. Extremely friendly staff. The food, from the breakfast to the eve

5/ 5

Beautiful hotel on the waterfront. Extremely friendly staff. The food, from the breakfast to the evening meal was delicious and very well priced. The room was warm, comfortable and had exactly what we needed. Although the bathroom is on the small side it is manageable. Very reasonable price for our 2 night stay.

sally bosson

5 Google Rating

Fabulous location. Friendly helpful staff. Free parking. Decent reasonably priced breakfast. Super v

5/ 5

Fabulous location. Friendly helpful staff. Free parking. Decent reasonably priced breakfast. Super views. Great price. Would be happy to recommend and to return

Dan Hartley

4 Google Rating

A great value place to stay which is so close to the docks and all that they have to offer. Only dow

4/ 5

A great value place to stay which is so close to the docks and all that they have to offer. Only downside was that the rooms were very small and the bathrooms tiny. The staff were excellent though and for a single or two nights it is ideal.

Travel Bug

4 Google Rating

The good: This place is definitely value for money. The day staff friendly and helpful. Free parking

4/ 5

The good: This place is definitely value for money. The day staff friendly and helpful. Free parking is a bonus and hard to come by in Liverpool. The mattresses seem new, even though there were small they were very comfy. Everything was spotlessly clean. Location was great not far fron the Albert Docks . I can’t say anything about the breakfast as we thought for the price we were better off getting quality breakfast somewhere else, rather than just a English breakfast. The bad: . The night staff wasn’t quite as friendly as the day staff as they just shrugged there shoulders when we complained about partying noises in the middle of the night. Some might not like the bathroom as it is very small and it would remind you more caravan bathroom, but it did its job so wasn’t a big problem for us.

Merdella Harper

4 Google Rating

it was a lovely hotel pleasant atmosphere down side no lift and I'm struggling with my back at the

4/ 5

it was a lovely hotel pleasant atmosphere down side no lift and I'm struggling with my back at the min. Loved the option of 2 breakfasts unlimited conti or both for £8.50. Bed very comfortable. Taxis very cheap.

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