Daniel House is a former office block, that was built in 1967, in Bootle in Liverpool’s northern suburbs that has been converted into a block of flats with the Daniel House Liverpool serviced apartments occupying part of the building. Neither the rooms, the building, nor the immediate neighbourhood are particularly charming but it has good transport connections into central Liverpool and the larger apartments are a good option for an extended family or a large group of friends travelling together.
The Daniel House complex includes both an apartment hotel with 83 serviced apartments and also flats occupied by permanent residents. The serviced apartments all feature comfortable beds, a small lounge area with a flat-screen television, a kitchenette with cooking facilities, a fridge and tea and coffee making facilities as well as an en suite bathroom.
The accommodation here is relatively spacious with some of the apartments having as many as four bedrooms although there are also smaller studio flats available. The larger spaces are a great option for an extended family or a large group of friends travelling together.
Free Wi-Fi wireless internet access is available throughout the property.
Like many apartment hotels, there is not much in the way of communal facilities. However, a rooftop bar and cafe is expected to open soon.
Daniel House is let down by its decor, which feels drab and uninspiring. Neither the rooms, the building, nor the immediate neighbourhood exhibit any qualities that could be considered even remotely charming.
It is located near the centre of Bootle in Liverpool’s northern suburbs. Although it is not a particularly interesting part of town, there are local shops nearby as well as places to eat and drink. More importantly, there are good transport connections into central Liverpool.
It is around a five-minute walk to Bootle Oriel Road railway station, which has four trains per hour to Liverpool Central with a journey time of 12 minutes. If you prefer to take a bus, there is a bus stop outside the building that has 12 different bus routes with buses running into the city centre at least once every 10 minutes.