89-91 Mount Pleasant
T: +44 (0)151 709 3477
T: +44 (0)151 709 3633
F: +44 (0)151 709 1126
Housed within a Grade 2 Georgian building, each room at the Aachen has every conceivable facility for the traveller:
- Flat Screen TV's with DVD player, with Satellite (SKY) TV
- WIFI (Free)
- Direct dial telephone
- Tea & coffee making facilities, with welcome pack
- Trouser press
Limited parking is available on site, on street parking is available free of charge between 6:00pm until 8:00am the following morning.
Secure Parking is available 100 metres from the hotel at a small charge.
Situated in the heart of the city centre, we are located within the University complex (Central Campus), and convenient for:
- Liverpool University
- Liverpool John Moore’s University
- Liverpool School of Performing Arts
- Foresight Centre
- Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine
- Liverpool Royal Teaching Hospital
- Liverpool Dental Hospital
For the Tourist we count the following as neighbours:
- Metropolitan Cathedral
- Anglican Cathedral
- Everyman Theatre
- Philharmonic Hall
- Selection of award winning fine bars and restaurants on Hope Street
Within a short walk you can be in the heart of the recently developed waterfront,
- The Echo arena
- Liverpool One
- Tate, Maritime Museums and Beatles Museums
- Mersey Ferries
- Mathew Street
- Concert Square
For those visiting by train Lime Street and Central Stations are five minutes away on foot.
Bar facilities are also available on the premises.
We offer free wireless internet service throughout our hotel. We also have printing facilities.
Your room rate will always include our Famous 'Eat As Much As You Like' Breakfast.
Monday – Saturday: 7:00am – 9:00am
Sunday & Bank Holidays: 8:00am – 9:30am
Check-in at anytime, however rooms usually prepared for 1.30pm
All Major Credit Cards are accepted.
Contact reception to discuss special rates.
1773 – Mount Pleasant housed 11 residents: Merchants, Lawyers, Surveyors and Sea Captain – Birth place of William Roscoe
1900 – 170 Properties, Corset and belt manufacturers, Conlon opticians, laundry, dentist and small number of temperance hotels
91 mount Pleasant owned by William Sanders Boot and Shoe salesman.
1914 – Continues mainly location for small businesses including; False teeth manufacturer, Ostrich Feather Dealer, Consumption hospital, 30% occupied by hotels.
89 Mount Pleasant owned by George Lewis – Tailor
1923 – 91 Mount Pleasant - Fourth floor added, creation of Observatory – fully glazed
building added to the top floor (still intact)
1927 – 91 Mount Pleasant - Catherine Gibson apartments
1936 – 50% of the commercial properties directly related to hotel trade
89 Mount Pleasant – Mrs Martin acquires Wilmar Hotel
1940 – Anderson shelter built in cellar (intact)
1971 – 89 Mount Pleasant present owners acquire site from Mrs Martin
1982 – 91 Mount Pleasant Wilson family acquired from the Gibson family.