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Print Hotel
56-58 Stanley Street

L1 6AU

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56-58 Stanley Street stands in Liverpool vibrant down town area. The building was erected in 1884 and was originally used as a tea warehouse; it was then converted for use as a print works until 1965. Since then, it has had a variety of uses the lower floor became a focal point for Liverpoolís Punk and new wave scene. The 1st floor housed acclaimed local band OMDís recording studio in the early 80ís. Abandoned and left derelict during the 90ís it has had a £5million spent restoring it to itís former glory which will offer the city a lavish, exciting and chic socializing spaces.Each floor has itís own distinctive identity but the philosophy has been the same throughout the building. Original elegance has been restored and preserved; the unique 300-year old American pitch pine beams have been exposed to highlight this fantastic original feature. High quality materials have been used throughout to create spaces that are contemporary and comfortable. Style is important but quality, comfort and service are even more so, which is why a great deal of care has been taken in finding the very best people to help run Print. The Print Hotelís two top floors will offer four roomy loft suites situated below two penthouse apartments that are suitable for meetings and entertaining well as offering spacious and stylish city centre accommodation.They have been created using the finest materials and with a sharp eye on detail, from luxurious bathrooms, to the stunning custom-made furniture to the exposed pitch pine beams of the loft suites and the dramatic high ceiling penthouse spaces with their overlooking mezzanine floors.CYAN takes up the whole of the second floor. A private members club, the floors bar and central walls are finished in reclaimed teak, the bespoke leather furniture has been specially designed with comfort in mind, and the atmosphere will be one of relaxed chic. This will be a place to work, play, meet friends and colleagues or simply use as a relaxing haven from the city centre bustle. PRINT 1st Floor brassiere boasts large fumed oak floorboards, custom-built velvet furnishings and an open kitchen/bar. With a 2am drinks licence, this should become a popular venue for more sophisticated socializing as the innovative tables can be lowered if diners wish to continue their evening in a more relaxing lounge-like atmosphere.The PRINT Bar on the ground floor is home to reception area and a cafe/bar .It is a grande space with dramatic glass entrances on Stanley Street and Rainford Gardens, double height ceilings with the original pitch pine beams plus a more private mezzanine area. A vibrant new meeting place, a place to see and be seen.

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