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  • The Nadler Liverpool Deluxe Room
  • Artwork by Ronald Diennet
  • The Nadler Liverpool Reception
  • The Nadler Liverpool Exterior
  • The Nadler Liverpool Secret Garden
  • The Nadler Liverpool Double Room
  • The Nadler Liverpool Double Room & Bathroom
  • The Nadler Liverpool Superior Room
  • Secret Garden Suit Lounge

About The Nadler Liverpool

Welcome to The Nadler Liverpool, our 106 room, affordable luxury, boutique hotel - located in the heart of Liverpool.

Known throughout the world for its 2008 European Capital of Culture Award, Liverpool is by far one of the most original, cosmopolitan and vibrant cities in England to visit.

The Nadler Liverpool’s innovative smart luxury boutique hotel concept is ideally situated on Seel Street, the most vibrant part of Liverpool's city centre. Without a bar or restaurant on-site, our guests can enjoy even greater value during their stay, using the mini-kitchen in their room, or by taking advantage of The Nadler Liverpool’s exclusive offers and discounts at some of the best Liverpool bars, restaurants and clubs, with which this design hotel is surrounded by. With rooms starting from £49 including tax per night, The Nadler Liverpool is your perfect base while you visit the city. 

The Nadler Liverpool’s historic building, dating from the 1850s, was previously a printers, cork warehouse and engineering works. Following a £14m renovation, that retained many heritage features in it's cool, contemporary design, it now provides 106 air-conditioned rooms in a variety of room types, from Super Singles to double height Gallery Studios and the unique Secret Garden Suite. 

With HDTVs with free music, games and an interactive directory, plus 30 minutes of free local and national calls per day to shop or order in, it couldn’t be simpler. Our 24/7 Reception and Concierge Service is available to help guests explore all that Liverpool has to offer and with daily maid service and The Nadler Liverpool’s fantastic room rates, you won’t find better value in Liverpool.

The Nadler Liverpool is also within walking distance of the Liverpool One shopping centre, the Echo Arena/BT Convention Centre, the Albert Dock on the River Mersey, and Lime Street Station, just two hours from London Euston.

Newsflash: The Times Travel section has named The Nadler Liverpool as the 6th best hotel in the UK for under £100! The Nadler Liverpool is also thrilled to have been awarded a Special Commendation from the Civic Trust at their 2013 annual awards ceremony. 

The Guardian has also listed The Nadler Liverpool as 3rd Best Boutique Hotel in the UK under £100! We're based in the heart of Liverpool’s city centre, a perfect setting if you’re looking for the best family, leisure or business hotel for the city. Our location makes us ideal for a night-out in Liverpool, which was voted Britain's best nightlife destination 2011 by TripAdvisor.


In 1715 the Corporation of Liverpool opened the world's first commercial wet dock, and new merchant housing and dockside industries rapidly developed around it including Seel House – as the building was then known - which was opened as a Brewery. Many of the area's long straight streets were laid out as ropewalks, used to spin and twist the vast quantity of rope required to serve the shipping industry.

The present day building as we see it was built in the 1850s for T. & T. Vickers & Co, a rather prestigious engineers and iron founder. From the late 19th century to the mid-20th, the building housed a great variety of small businesses including everything from cork importers to beeswax traders.

Following that era of extremes the building hit a glory period between the 1960s and the late 1970s, when it became the home to Seel House Press. It was here that Liverpool Football Club's 'Anfield Press' was printed. Programmes from that time would have covered five league-winning seasons and the club's league and UEFA cup doubles.

The building then lay derelict from the late 1970s until 2008 when an entrepreneur – encouraged by his recent successes in London - saw its potential as a conceptually innovative hotel.