Like Garfield the cat, the majority of us hate Monday’s, it’s the start of a long working week and the end of what was most likely an amazing weekend. That’s why at Arthouse Hotel we thought we’d spice up Monday by arranging some saucy Salsa classes Liverpool has been waiting for.
The Origins of Salsa Dancing
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Hailing from Cuba both Salsa music and the moves came together over time from a mixture of traditional Hispanic and American dance styles, Salsa, however, wasn’t named as such until it reached North America in around 1910.
When looking far back enough the fundamental moves of Salsa dancing are a hybrid mix of Rhumba’s danced by early African slaves in America, the Danzon moves of the French Haiti immigrants and Son dances of Cuban nationals.
This super saucy Latin vibe was eventually picked up by visiting Americans in 1898 during the Cuban War when soldiers entered South America. After this American Jazz musicians would frequently visit Cuba and adapt this new exotic sound to their own musical style, playing it in trendy clubs all over New York and North America.
Soon the rest of the US was intoxicated by this new and super sensual sound and style of dancing. The term “Salsa” was applied in North America to describe this new wave of upbeat Latin music however it wasn’t until the 1970’s when Salsa truly found its fame in America.
An increase in Dominican and Puerto Rican workers into the US brought with them their own dancing style which became well known and liked in clubs and bars across the nation. The rising stars of Salsa music helped spread the Salsa phenomenon to the world and today Latin music influenced by the earliest mixes of Salsa beats still dominates the charts today.
Learn to Salsa like a Pro
Join us on Mondays at Arthouse and meet professional dance instructor Karen who has been passing on her dancing knowledge to eager beginners for over 15 years, guiding them to becoming confident Salsa dancers.
Karen is used to teaching large groups of all abilities and will give you the tools to take to the dancefloor with grace and ease when you next hear a Salsa track in the club.
Bring along some work friends for some corporate bonding fun, take it as a keep fit class with the girls or grab your partner and learn how to be the hottest couple on every dancefloor.
The lessons start at 19:30 pm for beginners and improvers running for one hour. Each Monday lesson included instructions for learning the tricky Salsa steps as well as an opportunity to have some fun.
From 20:30 pm – 22:00 pm the intermediate dancers can hone their dancing skills and strut their stuff and then the venue is transformed into a Salsa free for all where the professionals can show off their moves and the beginners can have some laughs.
So never mind if you haven’t taken a dance lesson in your life or if you fancy yourself a dab hand, these are the Salsa classes Liverpool dancers have been waiting for and now they are here at Arthouse Hotel.
After lesson drinks in Mulholland
After all that twirling and shaking on the dancefloor you’ll no doubt need refreshments.
Luckily Mulholland Bar is situated just a floor up from where your lesson is held and has some fabulous midweek food and drink offers you and the class can enjoy.
Choose from a selection of delicious cocktails or share a perfect pizza and if the night is still young there are plenty of bars around Seel Street where you and the Salsa gang can enjoy a round or two.
Make a night out of it and stay in Arthouse Hotel with the amazing Monday Madness offer including an overnight stay in a marvellous movie-themed hotel room and breakfast the following day for just £59 per couple.
Why not put some of those newly acquired Salsa dance moves to the test in any of the best nightclubs in Seel Street?
No need to book to attend just show up with your dancing shoes in one hand and a partner in the other and you are good to go.
Call 0151 236 0166 to book the offer or inquire any further about Salsa Monday’s email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Book a stay on the Alfred Hitchcock floor at Arthouse Hotel and have a scream this Halloween in Liverpool with all your friends.
Halloween is just around the corner so we’ve taken a look at how the master of macabre, Alfred Hitchcock, chose to celebrate his love of horror and haunting. The bash he threw for the Warner Brother top brass in March 1956 showed that Halloween must have surely been his favourite time of year.
Our Hitchcock movie-themed hotel rooms are dedicated to the great director and his work, to help our guests celebrate all things spooky in style.
Check out this amazing account of the spookiest party in town during 1956 at Alfred’s own horrifying New York Haunted House Party.
The perfect party location
In true Hitchcock fashion, it was all about location, location, location when it came to planning his grand New York Haunted House Party.
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He sent out his team, Young and Rubicam, to track down a Hitchcock appropriate venue to host his hotly anticipated house party.
The stipulation was that the venue should;
Be able to cater to a number of VIP guests
Have a glamorous yet chilling interior
And most importantly have its very own supernatural presence
The task at hand seemed daunting at first when the team first attempts to secure out a genuine haunted house in New York.
The Wine Cellars of Brooklyn Bridge
They came up trumps with Hitchcock’s first two criteria but were stumped time and time again when it came to finding a real live haunted house.
Luckily a tip came in that the wine cellars under the Brooklyn Bridge ticked all the boxes on Hitchcock’s list.
Together Young and Rubicam and an excited Mr Hitchcock took a tour of the cellars and discovered, at last, the ideal space in which to host Hitchcock’s epic Halloween bash.
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The walls were dripping, dank and dark and even the whispers of the team members echoed around the cavernous space creating ghostly whispers.
Sadly a Hitch presented itself.
There was no plumbing throughout the cellars and Hitchcock’s most distinguished guests could not expect to go without washrooms for the entire shindig. Prices for temporary fixtures were assembled totalling $800.
The wine cellars were a no go and the search continued.
The Old Merchants House
The people of New York all began to get involved in the search and tips kept rolling in about supposedly haunted buildings that were ideal for Hitchcock’s house of horrors.
The Old Merchant House was scouted as another possible venue. The perfectly preserved period home was ideally spooky and was rumoured to have ghosts of its very own.
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Those who inherited The Old Merchant House told stories of ghostly happenings. Convinced that nine members of the Treadwell family who lived and died on the property continued to haunt it they opened the home up as a museum.
Hitchcock, upon visiting the house was overjoyed with the preservation of the home and believed it would make a smashing venue for his VIP haunted house party.
source: landmarkinteriorsAgain, it was not to be as the kin of the Treadwell family could not consider a party being held inside their historical landmark giving Hitchcock and his team a blunt no when the idea was suggested.
The search went on.
Today The Old Merchant House is still perfectly preserved and receives regular visitors with a keen interest in the history of the home and its haunting past.
Taking matters into his own hand Hitchcock reached out to the American Psychic Research Society who responded that New York had become too modern a city to host any sort of supernatural spirit.
Hitchcock then placed an advert in The Times real estate section asking for people to call in with any ideas. Young and Rubicam were bombarded with over 100 telephone calls a day but none of the leads could conjure evidence or even stories of ghostly presences in their proposed properties.
There were suggestions of homes in Jackson Heights with real graves in the garden, a place in Englewood for sale with reports of a poltergeist but Hitchcock preferred to stay in the city centre.
On Staten Island, there was an agent trying to rent his property to Hitchcock for $5000 because it had nightly spiritual torments which gave Hitchcock chills but not because of the ghosts.
The Winning Location
After his short but exhaustive search for the most haunted house in New York Hitchcock and his team settled on the towering townhouse on 7 East 80TH Street.
The abandoned cobweb-laden mansion was sans spirits but Hitchcock’s patience was spent and he settled for a venue that looked haunted but wasn’t.
This was no problem for the master of suspense and horror as he and his crew set to work stirring up the dusty corners of the extensive property and adding some eerie extra touches here and there.
Hitchcock placed coffin shaped bars around the home, and well placed hidden speakers provided spooky moans and groans of fictional ghoulies throughout the building.
Using the ancient furnishings to his benefit Hitchcock accentuated the decay of century-old paintings, elaborate antique chandeliers and thick dusty drapes. The perfect mood lighting was installed and Hitchcock’s haunted house party was finally taking shape.
The Monstrous Menu
A stickler for the finer details Hitchcock ensured that if he couldn’t frighten his guests with real ghosts he would try instead with his party menu.
Inside the carefully crafted Tombstone Shaped invitations guests received a copy of this cleverly conceived menu of the macabre;
Carte de Morte
Morbid Morgue Mussels, Suicide Suzettes avec Crepe, Consommé de Cobra, Vicious-Soisse
Home-Fried Homicide, Ragout of Reptile, Charcoal-broiled Same-Witch Legs, Corpse Croquettes, Barbecued Banshee au Gratin, Opium Omelette en Brochette, Stuffed Stiffs with Hard Sauce, Gibbeted Giblets, Monster Thermidor, Tormented Tortillas, Ghoulish Goulash, Blind Bats en casserole
Fromage d’Abbatoir, Python Pudding, Morphine Meringue Glace, Fresh cut Lady Fingers (in season)
Bloody Marys, Anisette d’Arsenic, Hennessy’s Heroin, Dead Grand-dad, Formaldehyde Frappe
Guests came dressed to impress in all manners of upper-class attire, and photos show that the drinks were flowing as the spookfest played out.
On top of all the extravagant food, there was also a detailed party cake made to resemble a church and graveyard, complete with inedible cobwebs draped across so that it almost looked a part of the house.
Not to leave things to chance Hitchcock utilised his movie know how to give his guests an extra fright in the night.
One of his cheeky tricks included a decrepit old man left in one of the upstairs bedrooms. Clever makeup and special effects made this character seem like he could have been left to pass away in the house and forgotten.
This was not the only haunting house party Hitchcock threw during his years as master of suspense. Other notorious party rumours circulate about the director hosting events in LA where guests were handed shovels and asked to exhume several buried skulls bureid around the property garden.
If we could attend any Halloween party we think Hitchcock’s soirées might have been the most terrifying ones of all time.
Staying with Arthouse Hotel on the Hitchcock floor
We know that any party might pale in comparison to Hitchcock’s fright fests but there are plenty of spooky happenings going on during Halloween in Liverpool 2017.
Book to stay in one of our Hitchcock hotel rooms at Arthouse Hotel this Halloween and prepare to be dazzled by the décor and enticed by the exquisite ensuite bathrooms.
Arthouse Hotel is right in the middle of all the best Halloween action taking place in Liverpool. Make sure you get yourselves booked into one of our Hitchcock themed suites or our other movie-themed hotel rooms and have yourself a scream this Halloween.
With Freshers Week over and the Uni work starting to pile up, it’s time to have a break from work and start planning your next student night out.
Seel Street is at the heart of Liverpool’s vibrant nightlife, with Concert Square just a few minutes’ walk away and an abundance of quirky bars and clubs to choose from, it’s the ultimate destination for a student night out in Liverpool.
To help you choose, we’ve rounded up the best student friendly bars and their best deals, so get out of the library and check it out.
Best Deal: 2 for £6 beers and 2-4-1 cocktails before 10pm
One of the coolest and newest bars on the block, Mulholland is the perfect destination for a boozy student night out.
Designed with an American theme in mind, this vibrant club is known for its amazing cocktails, brilliant beer offers and cheap eats.
Set within the Arthouse Hotel, but with a whole identity of its own, this quirky new venue transports visitors into a vintage Hollywood bar experience.
Mulholland is one of a kind.
Best Deal: Beer and nachos for £4
Beers galore, delightful cocktail concoctions and a superb mix of music across three floors, Brooklyn Mixer is one of the top student destinations in Liverpool.
Known for its ‘big beats’ and cheap drinks, this venue hosts regular DJ’s one the different floors and events throughout the week.
The bar is stocked with Brooklyn beers, as well as an extensive cocktail menu and all the spirits you could dream of.
Best Deal: Quids in Thursday night – every drink is £1
Known as Heebies to just about everyone that’s ever been, this famous club makes for a much loved student venue.
Renowned for its bustling courtyard and three floors of music, there are few bars with better spaces to mingle with locals than Heebie Jeebies.
Expect eclectic DJ nights and live music with amazing drinks deals, this is one of the best places to visit as a student.
With an electric atmosphere and good tunes, you’d be mad not to go.
Best Deal: 2-4-1 cocktails all night on Fridays
The new venture from the team behind Heebies, The Jacaranda and Jacaranda Records, EBGBs is set underneath the famous Heebies and prides itself on being both a bar and a club.
The Lone Wolf Bar has been designed as a chilled out biker inspired bar room with high quality drinks as well as the cheap and cheerful bottles.
The club room hosts nights including Liverpool’s longest running alternative/indie night Liquidation, as well as shows from different performers every night, ranging from the House of Suarez Vogue performers, Monster Cirques fire dancers and a crew of break dancers and roller girls.
Best Deal: Fat Frogs for less than a fiver
The Raz is a student heaven and a rite of passage to any first year. This grimy bar is renowned for having ridiculously cheap drinks and is without a doubt the place to go if you’re looking for a very inexpensive night out.
Choose from strange concoctions like the Fat Frog or an alcoholic slushy and come home with change from a tenner.
You’ll grow to love the sticky floors, sweaty walls and the infamous Raz flu following a night out there.
Monday night is Raz night, but get there early if you don’t want to queue around the block.
Salt Dog Slims
Best Deal: Quirky deals on national days and offers for events around the city
Seel Street’s resident dive bar may be known for its delicious steins and brine, but Salt Dog Slims also comes alive after dark.
A combination of German and American culture, this popular bar is the creation of the wizards behind Santa Chupitos and El Bandito.
Expect to pay a bit more for your cocktail, but they are well worth it and the atmosphere is always brilliant.
They also have a secret speakeasy style bar upstairs that you can only enter with a special code, ask behind the bar for more info!
It’s one of the best kept secrets in Liverpool . . . well, maybe not anymore.
Best Deal: Free entry and drinks from £2 on Thursdays
Empire is a prime nightlife hotspot playing everything from disco, funk, hip hop, RnB, deep house and club classics mixed by local and international DJs.
A four floored wonderland at the heart of Liverpool’s nightlife, Empire is its very own little kingdom and the most popular destination for a student night out.
There’s the unique ‘States’ floor which features a chic LA bar and sleek decor, the ‘Grande’ floor with an exclusive VIP section, a quirky Tzar floor and finally the lower floor, Dojo, has a distinct oriental theme with Geisha girls and a Sintillate music policy that never fails to get feet moving.
Alma de Cuba
Best Deal: 4 bottles of beer for £10 on selected nights
Recently voted Liverpool’s best bar, Alma de Cuba fuses electrifying Cuban, Hispanic and Latin American culture into Liverpool’s nightlife scene.
This vibrant bar was once Liverpool’s oldest Catholic Church and still retains some of the amazing original features.
The insides of the former church are illuminated by ethereal candles, stained glass windows and dazzling chandeliers, with the stunning alter still intact today.
Renowned for its delicious cocktails, you can expect everything from shimmying Salsa dancers to mesmerising petal shows and vibrant entertainment from Alma’s resident DJ.
This stunning converted church is sure to be the highlight of any student night out.
Best Deal: Jagerbombs for £2
Located just off Seel Street, LA’GO keeps its doors open late and resident DJ’s provide a top mix of funk-fusion so you can groove into the early hours.
Free entry and great deals on booze, you can top up and soak up the lively, intimate atmosphere without spending a packet.
Follow the bar along and you’ll find sofas and a Foosball table for a fun and fair method of deciding who buys the next round.
LA’GO’s is the perfect destination if you’re looking to have a boogie into the early hours.
Best Deal: Just £3 for an early bird Medication ticket
One of Liverpool’s leading music venues, the Arts Club is a hub for brilliant live music gigs and electric clubs nights.
Arguably the best night they host is Medication, the most iconic and famous student night out. Every Friday, the club is transformed into a colourful, dance lover’s heaven where confetti is thrown and laser are shone until the early hours.
With top DJs playing the most famous hits, this night is a must on the student circuit.
Best Deal: Every Friday, free BBQ from 5pm
Sitting at the top of Seel Street, The Peacock features a large beer garden and various floors to enjoy a range of music genres.
They are famous for their free BBQ’s and tasty woodfired pizzas that are perfect for soaking up the alcohol.
The ideal destination for a late night tipple and a boogie on the dance floor, this student friendly bar offers cheap eats and delicious cocktails that will have you staying until it closes.
Best Deal: Free entry to amazing events
Fondly known as ‘The Kaz”, this alternative hideout fuses earthy hippy vibes with electronic music, in a festival environment tucked away behind the most urban streets of Liverpool.
Kazimier Garden is a rustic, botanical haven filled with mismatched furniture and outdoor décor that makes the perfect place for a night out with a difference.
Even when the weather is chilly, you’ll find The Kaz full to the brim with music lovers and locals.
This cosy wonderland is one of Liverpool’s first and best loved hidden gems, it’s one of the most unique venues in the city.
Be At One
Best Deal: £5 cocktails Sun-Thurs with a valid Student card
Set slightly back from the hustle and bustle of Seel Street, Be At One is a cocktail heaven for anyone who’s into their mixology.
They offer pretty much every single type of cocktail you could ever imagine, this bar offers drinkers over 150 different types of drink, from classic favourites, decadent ice cream concoctions and mocktails to suit every taste.
Inside it’s playful and bright, with colourful seats, faux grass hedges and neon signs that blend Liverpool’s musical heritage with pop art.
There’s Happy Hour every day, which lasts at least three hours and all day on Sundays, the perfect student night out.
Recover at Arthouse Hotel
If living in halls is starting to drag, have the ultimate student night out with a stay in the amazing Arthouse Hotel.
Located in the heart of Liverpool’s nightlife, this hotel is the number one destination for luxurious group accommodation.
So, if you want to make the most of living in our glorious city, get in touch with our team today and book your stay.
Follow the yellow brick road to your worst nightmares and have the scariest night of the year with a spooky stay at Arthouse Hotel for Halloween.
At Arthouse Hotel, it’s clear we love a good movie or two, but what you may not know is we also adore horror films!
With Halloween fast approaching, it’s time to start planning how you’ll be spending the spookiest night of the year.
From terrifying classics to thrilling murder mysteries, our hotel has a scary movie-themed room to suite every Halloween fan.
Which one will you choose?
The Horrifying Hitchcock Floor
The perfect hotel for fans of classic horror films, at the Arthouse we have a whole floor dedicated to ‘The Master of Suspense’, Alfred Hitchcock.
From rooms focused around the infamous Suspicion to a stunning tribute to The Birds, you’re sure to have a frightful night.
Choose from eight Hitchcock themed rooms, sleeping between four and six guests, and get ready for an eerie Halloween night.
One of our favourite rooms from the Hitchcock floor is our tribute to The Bird’s.
This dark and decadent room transports its visitors into the mind of one of the greatest filmmakers, with a horrifying mural from the film set on the ceiling.
A critically acclaimed thriller, Hitchcock’s The Bird’s is a suspense-filled masterpiece revolving around a love story between a stunning blonde starlet and a handsome heartthrob, until things take a terrifying turn for the worse.
Adapted from a 1952 short story written by Daphne du Maurier, Hitchcock masterfully plays on the human emotion of fear in this all time classic.
Known for his devious methods whilst filming, during the filming of the attic scene he forced the leading actress to work for 5 days in an enclosed space using live birds instead of mechanical.
Even though his methods were almost maniacal, The Birds goes down in history as the greatest thriller/horror movie of all time.
One of Hitchcock’s most gripping horror films, the world of The Birds is the perfect place to spend All Hallows Eve.
Next up is undoubtedly one of Alfred Hitchcock’s best loved psychological thrillers, Suspicion.
A twisted and spooky tale of love and betrayal, this tense film follows the story of Johnnie Aygsgarth and Lina McLaidlaw’s, portrayed by the legendary Cary Grant and Joan Fontaine.
When handsome gambler Johnnie crosses paths with shy and bookish Lina, love blossoms and they quickly marry. However, it’s only after their honeymoon that the truth behind Johnnie’s façade begins to unravel and turn dark.
The plot twists and turns as Hitchcock builds the suspense until it is uncovered that Johnnie’s friend, Beaky, has been mysteriously murdered. Lina starts to question everything and has the suspicion that Johnnie is the murderer. Will she be next?
From its impeccable casting to its chilling musical leitmotif, Suspicion is certainly a timeless masterpiece in cinema and the perfect backdrop to a spooky stay at Arthouse.
With dark and ghostly interiors and blood red bedding, this spine-tingling suite is sure to raise the hairs on the back of your neck.
Get enchanted by our mesmerising Spellbound room and come on a spooky journey to discover your psyche.
One of Alfred Hitchcock’s most psychological films, Spellbound delves into the mysterious world of psychoanalysis, a technique of bringing unconscious memories and thoughts to the surface as a therapeutic technique and treatment for some mental health issues.
Based on the thriller The House of Dr Edwardes, the predominantly black and white film invites us to Green Manors, a mental hospital in Vermont. Here, we meet Dr Constance Peterson, a cold and emotionless female psychoanalyst, and learn that the current director of the hospital, Dr Murchison, is being forced into retirement after taking a leave of absence for nervous exhaustion. His replacement comes in the form of Dr Anthony Edwardes, a very young and attractive man.
Dr Petersen grows suspicious of the impossibly young director and discovers a mystery that will take all her psychoanalysing skills to solve.
One of the film’s most mysterious scenes is famed surrealist artist Salvador Dali’s conception of the film’s key dream sequence. Hitchcock gave Dali free rein of the sequence, with only minimal plot pointers and the sequence ended up being 20 minutes long. It was eventually cut down to just two minutes, but it is still one of the most unique and unnerving sequences in cinema.
Spellbound is dark, mysterious and artistic, a true icon in the Hitchcock collection. Sleeping up to six people, invite all your Hitchcock aficionados to stay in the luxury Spellbound room in Arthouse Hotel for Halloween.
The Frightful Rocky Horror Show Room
Maybe less of a stereotypical horror film, the Rocky Horror Show room echoes the extravagance and darkness of the iconic movie.
A cult musical, comedy and horror classic, the film tells the story of a newly engaged couple whose car breaks down in a desolate area.
While in search of help, their journey takes an unforgettable turn when they stumble upon the weird and eerie castle of Dr Frank-N-Furter, an alien from planet Transsexual.
When they enter the castle, they find it is full of strangers dressed in elaborate unearthly costumes and they are catapulted into a scary world of darkness.
The film is famous for having a loyal cult following with midnight showings becoming all the rage, avid fans would dress up as the spooky characters to celebrate their love for this truly unique classic.
Echoing the extravagance of the Rocky Horror Show, our fantastic themed room invites up to six guests to step into a time warp. This suite is perfect for booking group accommodation for Halloween in the city centre with family or friends.
Featuring deluxe interiors and chesterfield walls, guests can make themselves feel right at home by sinking into one of our cosy, luxury beds or the relaxing double Jacuzzi bath.
If you’re looking for an alternative Halloween, book a stay in our Rocky Horror Show suite and delve into the mad world of Dr Frank-N-Furter.
The Spine-tingling Chicago Suite
The story of two women from the Jazz scene in prohibition-era Chicago, both accused of murder and awaiting trial on the infamous Murderess Row, Chicago is dark and brilliant classic.
Velma Kelly is a nightclub singer, accused of the murder of her cheating husband and sister. Velma is the unrivalled star of the cell block until Roxie Hart is arrested for the murder of her lover, a crime her husband Amos initially took the fall for.
Both women fight to be represented in court by Chicago’s slickest lawyer, Billy Flynn, conjuring up a media circus in the build up to their trials and singing and dancing their way to celebrity criminal status.
With plenty of jail scenes, shadows and murderous women, this film is perfect for celebrating Halloween with a bit of razzle dazzle.
The room sleeps up to six people, you and your friends are sure to fall in love with the black leather interiors and velvet features that take inspiration from the 1975 musical.
Enjoy the comfort of our luxury beds, kitchenette, large screen TV and a relaxing double Jacuzzi bath. You’ll never want to leave.
The Eerie Phantom of the Opera Room
Last but certainly not least, is our decadent and mysterious Phantom of the Opera suite.
Based on the French novel Le Fantome de lOpera by Gaston Leroux, the Phantom of the Opera tells the story of a bitter and badly disfigured man, known as the Phantom, who lives in the sewers underneath the Paris Opera House and haunts anyone who enters.
He falls in love with the chorus opera singer and to get closer to her begins privately tutoring her. During these lessons he wears a long black cloak and mask to hide his scarred face.
The story was inspired by historical event at the Paris Opera during the 19th century, and the mythical tale of using a former ballet pupil’s skeleton in the 1841 production of Der Freischutz. Due to the story’s popularity, it was adapted into various film and stage adaptations, including the 1925 film.
Hauntingly beautiful, the Phantom of the Opera has been deemed the greatest musical phenomenon of all time, offering stunning music and lyrics that has captured the hearts, minds and ears of international audiences.
Our opulent room is a tribute to this amazing story, sleeping up to six people, it features a host of unique features ensuring that Phantom of the Opera at Arthouse is nothing short of magical.
Stay at Arthouse Hotel for Halloween
Arthouse Hotel is close to Liverpool’s city centre and just minutes walk to the vibrant and ever-growing nightlife.
Pay special homage to Hitchcock’s legacy and the impact he left on the cinematic world with an entire floor dedicated to his most iconic films, or go for an alternative Halloween in the weird and wonderful Rocky Horror Show room.
Just a few minutes walk from Liverpool’s thriving nightlife, restaurants and shops, Arthouse is the perfect hotel for Halloween in Liverpool.
Call on 0151 601 8801 or email email@example.com to book your stay at Liverpool’s best movie theme hotel for Halloween.
Kiss goodbye to your boyhood and usher in the new married you by organising a night for you and the rest of your squad with a superb stag party in Liverpool at Arthouse Hotel.
Time to say farewell to carefree nights of madness with the boys, staying out all hours of the night . . . and the next day and hello to thank you cards, couples dinners and spending the rest of your life with your one and only.
Here’s how you say so long to single life in style at Arthouse Hotel.
Book Liverpool’s greatest group accommodation
We know you boys and when it comes to booking your hotel room in Liverpool you’ll simply be looking for somewhere affordable where you can sleep in a bed, close enough to all the party action.
We’ve ticked off a few of your requirements at Arthouse Hotel but gone further to provide you guys with utterly memorable group accommodation in the heart of the city.
Our marvellous movie themed suites can sleep groups of up to six in superbly stylish surroundings and have all the perks of a luxury five-star hotel without that luxury price tag.
Each room at Arthouse Hotel has been themed around a classic movie, from The Rocky Horror Picture Show to Hitchcock’s Psycho and the plush décor includes swathes of flashy leather, lush velvet bedspreads and eye-catching movie motifs.
Every room comes complete with audio systems for all your musical needs, a 50” TV and exquisite ensuite facilities.
We have suites with their own kitchenettes, large fridges for all your pre-party beers and to get you looking your best for the night ahead indulge yourselves with a soak in the double whirlpool baths.
Don’t skimp on a stag party in Liverpool when you can the very best group accommodation in the city for a very agreeable price.
Get some scran in
It’s no secret that Liverpool has a massive choice of excellent restaurants that serve food from all over the world.
Luckily for a stag party in Liverpool, there’s one place where you can wrap your lips around perfect pizzas with every topping imaginable. Just below your awesome Liverpool hotel room, you’ll find Seel Street’s latest addition; Mulholland.
The menu here focuses on providing the perfect pizza for anyone, if you’re a veggie you can chow down on Artichoke, Olive and Roasted Pepper slices or for the meat eaters among you there’s toppings ranging from Chilli con Carne Nacho to Chorizo, Pastrami and Roasted pepper.
Whats more, Mulholland’s bar is stocked to the brim with a variety of real ales, premium spirits and quality cocktails that will get you all in the mood for a great night out in Liverpool.
All this on the lower floor of the amazing Arthouse Hotel.
We told you we had it all and now you must be a believer.
Take your pick from the best bars in town
Seel Street falls nicely in the centre of Liverpool’s most popular nightlife district, the Ropewalks, and lucky for you guys Arthouse Hotel opens up right onto it.
This is where to be seen in the city and where you and the boys can guarantee an unforgettable taste of Liverpool’s famous nightlife.
Choose from a huge selection of trendy bars and clubs such as Alma de Cuba, where you’ll find scantily clad samba dancers. Empire for multiple choice themed floors or Heebie Jeebies where the cool kids are at. Each of these popular nightlife venues serves up a quality atmosphere with drinks to match and are open into the wee small hours of the morning.
If you’ve got a taste for big beers then make your way to Salt Dog Slims where a Stein is the popular drink of choice.
Feeling fancy? Why not descend into Maya where you and the lads can select your poison from a list of seriously strong cocktails. Mixed to perfection inside a bar themed around Mexico’s Day of the Dead.
Later on, when the nights in full swing make your way upstairs at Peacock’s where you’ll find the roof is on fire as the DJ pumps out sounds of deep house that will get your party dancing on into the next morning.
Best of all, when everyone is spent and the sun is coming up your luxury Liverpool hotel is right where you left it, at the heart of all the best action in town. So you and your group can walk past all those sleeping looking people waiting for taxis knowing your bed is just a short walk away.
You and your group will have the pleasure of walking past all those sleepy people waiting for taxis smugly knowing your bed is just a short walk away.
Why you should stay at Arthouse Hotel
It’s all at your fingertips when you’re staying at Arthouse Hotel, the best bars, clubs and restaurants are within short walking distance so you and the guys don’t need a sat nav to get to and from all the good bits of the city.
Our superb hotel is outfitted with partying in mind so you’ll all be in one fabulous room. You can toast to the memory of your life as a single bloke and enjoy time with the boys as they send you off into a life of matrimonial bliss.
Call on 0151 601 8801 and speak with one of our reservations staff, they’ll help you plan the best stag party in Liverpool and give you great advice on where to spend your time in the city.
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Is the annual office Christmas party the highlight or your working life or do you dread it unconditionally year upon year?
Here at Arthouse Hotel, we know how to throw a party which is why we’ve created the perfect alternative Christmas party for those who are a little fed up of the usual boring celebrations.
Christmas in Arthouse’s on-site bar & restaurant is the perfect setting for festive celebrations with a fun, Seel Street twist. We’re talking about a Christmas themed pizza & hot dog menu, amazing entertainment and prices which will even please the office scrooge.
Join the party from 7pm and enjoy a special visit from naughty Santa who will be sorting the good boys & girls from the bad, a life-size version of our legend Frank! from the festive menu and a special visit from some Christmas elves to really get you in the party spirit.
Our Christmas menu has been carefully designed with Rudolph in mind as well as all of your festive favourites including turkey, cranberry and of course, pigs in blankets.
We specialise in delicious pizza’s but for the Christmas period, the star is Frank! our mouth-wateringly good hot dogs topped with a range of incredibly moreish delights. We’re talking about Frank! with American mustard and sprouts, Frank! with onions and corn and Frank! with brown sauce and red cabbage.
Our special Christmas pizzas are another thing to add to your wish list this year as we have the Dirty Santa; turkey breast, chipolata, sliced sprouts, basil and sage & onion stuffing balls, Dead Rudolph; air dried venison with cherry tomato Rudolph noses and This Little Piggy with sliced chipolata & bacon.
With our world-class DJ playing all of the greatest Christmas songs, a range of incredible festive cocktails to get you in the mood and an amazing atmosphere, what more could you want from your office Christmas party?
Christmas parties on Steel Street will never be the same and we’re sure this will be an office party that will go down in history.
Depending on the size of your office party, you can either enjoy the whole of Mulholland to yourself or join other local businesses celebrating Christmas, giving you the perfect opportunity to make some new friends and partake in a dance-off or two, this option is ideal for smaller companies looking to connect and network during the festive period.
Alternative Christmas parties at Mullholland are priced at £29:95 per person which includes your entry, entertainment, a pizza & side per person with three drink tokens to spend at the bar!
We will also be offering Mullholland Dollars which can be purchased at the bar and will save you some much needed Christmas cash, Mullholland dollars are worth $5 and will cost you just £4:50!
If you’re travelling from afar or simply don’t want the stress of getting home after your Christmas night out then why not stay the night at our spectacular Arthouse Hotel where the party never has to end. With each suite sleeping six guests and having their own unique theme, there is nowhere better to start and end our office Christmas party celebrations. Each suite comes complete with luxury beds for ultimate comfort, double jacuzzi bath and waterfall shower for a stay you’ll never forget.
We know it’s only September but to ensure you don’t get left behind, book your Christmas celebrations early and save yourself the stress of panic booking in November!
So, if you want to buck the trend for dull and boring office parties then take charge and book Mulholland for a memorable Christmas party in Liverpool.
For more information and details on how to book, call our reservations team on 0151 601 8801 or email email@example.com.