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The 167-bedroom hotel covers 10 storeys and will also feature a public bar and restaurant at ground floor level, along with a new layby on James Street for servicing and deliveries.
Project architect Quentin Keohane said: “It’s a really striking scheme with quality public realm that will bring the area to life. Both operators bring something fresh to the city.
“It’s a perfect location that will suit our customers to a tee. We’ll have great music seven nights a week in the basement, a buzzing bar and restaurant on the ground floor with additional bar, dining and event space on the first. Liverpool is just gonna love this.”
It’s hoped the theatre and education centre, which will celebrate Knowsley’s links with Elizabethan drama and William Shakespeare himself, can attract hundreds of thousands of new visitors to the borough every year.
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