Former North Western Hotel in Liverpool to become Radisson Red this summer

The works have restored original features, including a 19th century stained glass window six meters high, “a grand sandstone staircase” and “a found secret door”, which will lead from the hotel bar directly to the lobby of the station.

Features of the ten-story development will include five meeting rooms and a “modern steak restaurant specializing in quality cuts, amazing wines and handcrafted cocktails.”

The Radisson Red brand launched in Brussels in 2016and the Liverpool hotel will become the fifth UK property under the lifestyle offering, joining Glasgow Hotels and Greenwich from Londonas well as a property near Gatwick Airport and another that is part of a dual-brand development like Heathrow.

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Commenting on the news, Nathan Hooper, Project Manager for Deansgate Contractors, said:

“It is a truly amazing building and it has been an absolute privilege to be part of the journey to restore the hotel to its former grandeur.

“When we started work, it was clear that the building had declined and needed special attention, which we gave to it throughout the renovation process.

“Opening the passage to the station concourse and restoring the stained glass window are just some of the ways we’ve managed to retain the building’s history, while creating a space fit for the modern traveller.

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