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Tune Hotel

Liverpool, City Centre

Address :

Tune Hotel - Liverpool, City Centre
3–19 Queen Buildings, Castle Street
Liverpool, L2 4XE
United Kingdom

  • Sat nav postcode L2 0NE
    Follow M62, M58 or A580 to Liverpool. On reaching the city, continue on Bowring Park/A5080, leading into Edge Lane/A5047. Turn right onto Commutation Row, left onto Churchill Way/A57 and follow A57 round into Dale Street. Turn left onto Castle Street and the hotel is on your left - there is a loading bay outside.

    Quick Info
    • Check in time : 3:00pm onwards
    • Check out time : 10:00am
    • Public parking is possible at a location nearby (reservation not needed) and charges are applicable. Please contact the hotel for details.
    • Based in the Centre of Liverpool, a short walk from the town centre and Liverpool Lime Street Station
    • 10 -15 mins by car to Goodison Park Stadium & Anfield Stadium
    • 25 mins by car to Liverpool John Lennon Airport
    • 4 minutes walk to Cavern Quarter
    • 6 minutes walk to Royal Liver Building
    • 11 minutes walk to Albert Docks

Hotel Services

This is a list of the general services & amenities that we provide at our hotel.

24 Hour Reception
Non-Smoking Building
Accessible Rooms Avai ...
Air Conditioning

Optional Add-ons

We keep our room prices low and sensible by allowing you to customise your stay. Find out more about our optional add-ons.

Towel Rental & Toilet ...
Early Check In
Late Check Out
Room Cleaning
In Room Safe
Luggage Storage

Add-ons Pack

Boost your stay with our packaged add-ons. Find out more about our add-on packs.

  • Comfort Package

    Towel Rental & Toiletries
    In Room Safe

    Cavern Quarter (0.2 miles) Situated on Mathew Street, in the heart of the buzzing Cavern Quarter, Cavern Designer Shopping is Liverpool's fashion epicentre. This is the place to go if you are looking for something special. As well as Vivienne Westwood, Cricket, Drome, Kids Cavern, From Me to You etc, there are cafés, jewellers, shoe shops, nail shops, lingerie shops, nightclubs and more. read more
    Royal Liver Building (0.3 miles away) Overlooking the River Mersey and dominating one of the world’s most famous waterfront skylines, is the Royal Liver Building. This iconic symbol of Liverpool, built in 1911, and at the time, the tallest building in Europe, has the enviable status of a Grade 1 listed landmark building. read more
    Albert Docks (0.6 miles away) One of Britain’s top heritage attractions, situated in an enviable location on the banks of the River Mersey, the attraction is also part of the city’s prestigious UNESCO World Heritage site. There are scores of speciality shops and coster carts, bars, restaurants and cafes, together with world-class attractions such as the Merseyside Maritime Museum, the Museum of Liverpool Life, Beatles Story and Tate Gallery. read more
    The Beatles Story (0.7 miles away) The world's largest permanent exhibition purely devoted to the lives and times of The Beatles. Located in the Fab Four’s hometown of Liverpool on the stunning UNESCO World heritage site at the Albert Dock, the Beatles Story takes visitors on an atmospheric journey through the lives, times, culture and music of The Beatles. read more
    Anfield Football Stadium (2.5 miles away) Situated in Anfield, Liverpool this stadium has a seating capacity of 45,276 making it the seventh largest football stadium in England. It has been the home of Liverpool F.C. since their formation in 1892. read more
    Goodison Park Stadium (3 miles away) The stadium have been at the forefront of English football ever since the club was formed. From the pioneering days of St. Domingo to the atmosphere when the current team enters the stadium, the story is one that every Evertonian is quite rightly proud of. Everton FC was founded as St. Domingo FC by St. Domingo Church in 1878. read more
    Aintree Racecourse (7.2 miles away) Horse racing at Aintree dates back to the 19th century, but the course was also used as a motor racing circuit and was the five-time home to the British Grand Prix between 1955 and 1962. read more