To mark the 70th Anniversary of the May Blitz, the Adelphi Hotel – once considered to be one of the finest hotels in the world – is holding two Blitz-themed Sunday Lunch on the 1st and 2nd of May at 12:30pm. The hotel is generously donating 10% of all ticket sales to our veterans’ charities.
Tickets are on sale now! Call 0151 709 7200 to make your booking.
The world famous Adelphi Hotel was for many years the most popular hotel in Liverpool; recognised amongst the most luxurious in Europe.
The Adelphi plays an integral role in the city’s history; it was Liverpool’s arrival and departure point for passengers traveling on the great liners across the Atlantic to America and beyond. The Sefton Suite is in fact a replica of the first class smoking lounge on the ill fated “Titanic“. If walls could speak, no doubt those in the Adelphi Hotel would have many fascinating tales to tell!
Fortunately the Blitz left the Adelphi Hotel fairly well intact and like most places the Adelphi remained open for business throughout the Blitz, showing a determined spirit of endurance. Sadly many buildings surrounding this grand hotel, such as Lewis’s department store just over the road, were badly damaged by the bombing…