A grade II-listed building, in the heart of Liverpool’s commercial district,  is set to become a new luxury hotel, restaurant, bar and spa this May.

CGI artist's impression of how Hotel interior may look.

CGI artist’s impression of how The Municipal Hotel Liverpool interior may look.

Located on Liverpool’s Dale Street, The Municipal Liverpool Hotel will open on as part of ‘MGallery’ – Accor Group’s luxury boutique-hotel brand.

The venue will span four floors and include 179 rooms with a design that pays homage to the building’s heritage with French and Italian influences.

Reminders of the Municipal building’s past life as a council building will also remain visible throughout the space, including a series of 7-foot-tall statues on the façade, to vintage phones and library style desks indoor.

The central Palm Court bar and lounge will sit in the heart of the site and, during the day, The Botanic Tea room will serve drinks, patisseries and afternoon tea options for guests and visitors.

Additionally, the wellness areas of the hotel will incorporate a swimming pool, sauna and stream room, fitness area and treatment rooms alongside a salon and spa, while six large boardrooms will also be available to hire.

Deirdre Billing, general manager of The Municipal Liverpool – MGallery, said:

“I am delighted to write a new story for the Municipal building, bringing back its local heritage into a hotel and introducing the luxury brand MGallery to Liverpool.

“It has been a joy to see this iconic building brought back to life and we can’t wait to welcome guests into the space and experience its charm for themselves. The hotel is an invitation to change the pace, take time and have a real break.”

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