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Crowne Plaza John Lennon Airport
Speke Aerodome
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(Formerly Marriott Liverpool City South) A grade II art deco listed building, renovated from the former Liverpool Airport, made famous in the 1960’s during the height of Beatlemania. This four star deluxe property is the only hotel in the world that was originally an airport building hosting 164 bedrooms including an Executive floor with a private lounge area and at the base of the former control tower is the Ambassador suite with 2 adjoining Executive rooms. All rooms offer ensuite bathroom, TV, Direct dial telephone, Modem point, Iron/ironing board and trouser press, hairdryer, tea/coffee making facilities, work desk, 24-hour room service.Guests can enjoy complimentary use of the superb David Lloyd Leisure Club situated next to the hotel.With 12 state of the art conference rooms, each with natural daylight, air conditioning, data points, ISDN lines and a capacity to take up to 280 delegates, the Liverpool Marriott Hotel South is well prepared for business in the 21st Century.

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