New look for Staybridge Suites Liverpool after £1m makeover

Staybridge_Liverpool_007_8_9finalSTAYBRIDGE Suites Liverpool, owned by Cycas Hospitality, has completed a £1m refurbishment with a full upgrade to all its accommodation as well as the public areas and exterior.

Craig Patterson, General Manager, said: “A great deal of thought and care went into the design, even going as far as asking our guests for their feedback on our plans and asking what they would like to see within the hotel.

“In an ever-evolving business travel marketplace, reinventing yourself is key to keeping your guests happy and staying on top.  Our exciting refurbishment for Staybridge Suites Liverpool will help maintain the buzz and create a more contemporary ‘at home’ feel for our guests.”

The hotel, owned by management company Cycas Hospitality which specialises in extended-stay properties, has 132 suites that have all been refreshed and improved, encompassing full upgrades and redecoration of the flooring, windows, lighting and furniture.

More pops of colour have been introduced to both the suites and public areas and multi-functional furniture was selected, suitable for relaxing, eating and working.

The Reception, Lounge, Dining Area, Meeting Room and Hub Kitchen have also been transformed and there are plenty of references to The Beatles and Merseyside Maritime.

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