Enjoy the unique vibrant atmosphere of Liverpool with a stay at our National Heritage  Grade II listed,  Art nouveau designed building.

Grand Central Hall was opened in 1905 as the Central Hall of the Liverpool. Located on Renshaw Street in the heart of Liverpool city centre.  The building was used from its opening until at least 1944 as the New Century Picture Hall cinema.  From 1933 to 1939 the hall was the home of the Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra while the Philharmonic Hall was rebuilt.

 In 1990 the Methodist church sold Central Hall. Major restoration work was undertaken in 1997/98 and from November 1998 and was turned into a nightclub.

After the closure of the Liverpools’s famous Quiggins Centre on School Lane in 2006, a dozen of the 30 plus traders relocated to the Grand Central Hall. In early 2007, Roscoe Hall on the first floor opened with many new and diverse shops. In October 2011 a performance area opened in the domed area. Known as ‘The Dome’, the venue has a capacity of 1,200 and is used to host film, theatre and music events.

Now in 2018 with a total beautiful refurbishment  Grand Central is back to looking its best. Offering a wide range of quaint shops and boutiques bars alongside our  luxury serviced accommodation.

 

%d bloggers like this: