Arthouse Hotel Weekly What’s On Guide to Liverpool

You’ve made a great choice to stay the night in Liverpool’s newest movie-themed hotel, now what to do whilst you’re here other than relax in your luxury movie-themed hotel room, or take a dip in the double whirlpool bath?

We have a list of super fun activities that will take you from day to night during your stay in Liverpool.

Something to do in the day time

#ADselfiesweepstake Competition closing day

When: Ends 8th April

Where: your phone

Albert Dock Selfie sweepstake

Albert Dock began a selfie competition on the 18th of March inviting people betting on the Grand National to forward a selfie including the name of their chosen runner to be in with a chance of winning a great night out on Albert Dock.

The competition deadline draws near with the final admissions being accepted on the 8th of April.

Simply snap a pic of yourself at Albert Dock and win a meal for four and a bottle of bubbly at stunning dockside Liverpool restaurant Gustos and some other great prizes.

Dance classes at Arthouse Hotel

When: All week

Where: Arthouse Hotel

Dance classes at Arthouse hotel - movie-themed hotel in Liverpool

Get up and get active during your visit to Liverpool and be schooled in diva style dance moves by a professional and talented dance instructor.

Don’t waste an opportunity like this and book one of our amazing Signature Living Dance classes ideal for those of you staying together at Arthouse Hotel in our movie-themed group accommodation.

Our dance lessons are the perfect way to bring any group together and pick up some fancy footwork skills to take home with you when you check out.

Liverpool & Hong Kong Reflections

When: 7th April

Where: Museum of Liverpool

Liverpool & Hong Kong reflections

Part of LOOK/17 Liverpool International Photography Festival, the Museum of Liverpool welcome an exhibition launching on the 7th of April. A display of photography that explores the similarities between two great cities; Liverpool and Hong Kong.

The exhibition includes work from prominent Hong Kong based photographer, Ho Fan and shows how similar life in the two cities is. Both being home to a wealth of varied cultures, bustling ports and ever developing urban landscapes that influence the population.

This exciting exhibition was commissioned by Charlotte Tsang who wanted to recapture memories of life growing up as a second-generation Hong Kong resident in the city of Liverpool.

Witness the launch of an exciting photography festival in Liverpool at Liverpool & Hong Kong reflections shown at the Museum of Liverpool.

When the sun goes down

When the sun sets in Liverpool the view across the river Mersey is spectacular and now so is the view of your night ahead.

Grease is the word

When: opening night 3rd April 19:30 pm

Where: Liverpool Empire Theatre

Grease at the Empire Theatre

You must like movies otherwise why would you be staying in Liverpool’s number one movie-themed hotel?

On the 3rd of April, one of the world’s most celebrated musical movies and the theme movie of our favourite first-floor room, Grease, is the word at Liverpool’s Empire Theatre.

Book your seats for opening night and sing-along to your favourite Danny and Sandy songs such as “Hopelessly Devoted” and “Grease Lightning” as they are performed live on stage.

Don’t miss out on this superb stage spectacular on opening night 3rd of April.

Open Mic Night, Out of the bedroom

When: 20:30 pm 4th April

Where: LEAF, Bold Street

Open mic night at LEAF

There’s nothing better in life than spotting new musical talent in Liverpool, a city known for producing some amazing musical legends, you just never know when or where the next big thing will catch their break.

At LEAF open mic nights are showcases of promising future superstars accompanied by some delicious food and drink.

What’s more this superb live music venue in Liverpool is just around the corner from Arthouse Hotel, making it the perfect evening out for those looking for a quiet but memorable night out nearby.

Hip Hop and Jazz the Hot 8 Brass Band

When: 19:30 pm 7th April

Where: Invisible Wind Factory

Hot 8 Brass Band

This fantastic New Orleans band return to Liverpool to perform at the city’s newest entertainment venue Invisible Wind Factory. They also bring with them contemporary R&B and hip-hop blended with the classic sound of a traditional brass band.

This is a musical experience with a definite difference, a style of music that has been evolving over the decades through the new and innovative use of instruments and clever composing techniques.

For something new and loud, make your way to the Invisible Wind Factory on the 7th of April and see if the sounds of Hot 8 Brass Band are right up your street.

Staying at Arthouse Hotel

Arthouse Hotel - movie-themed hotel in Liverpool

During your stay in Arthouse Hotel, our friendly staff will be one hand to help guide you around the area.

Arthouse Hotel is ideally located amongst some of the best clubs and bars in the city, as well as being near Bold Street, famous for its selection of restaurants providing cuisine from around the world.

Not only will you have an unforgettable night in Liverpool’s newest movie-themed hotel Arthouse, you can also experience the best cultural events taking place in the city during your stay.

Check out our latest accommodation offers here and call 0151 601 8801 to book your stay today or email for more information.

Marvellous Movie Midweek Liverpool Offer at Arthouse

Have you been looking for a special way to treat yourself in Liverpool during the week? Look no further than Arthouse Hotel. Liverpool’s newest movie-themed hotel been designed to accommodate visitors to the city who awant to enjoy a great night out on the town.

Come and experience the UK’s favourite party city destination when it’s a little less crowded and you can take advantage of the amazing mid-week offers in Liverpool’s best bars.

Choose Your Movie

Arthouse hotel reception

At Arthouse Hotel, there are three fabulous floors each designed with a movie themed concept in mind.

The first floor has a choice of iconic musical movies such as Grease, Yellow Submarine and Chicago. So, if you enjoy singing along to the toe-tapping songs from these tuneful classics then chose a movie themed room from the first floor.

Up to the next floor which is one for the horror fans among you. Welcome to our thrilling Hitchcock themed floor where a selection of the celebrated director’s most memorable movies has inspired each of our second-floor rooms.

Enjoy a dizzying night in Vertigo, a terrifying night with The Birds or even spend a night in Suspicion on our Hitchcock movie themed floor.

Finally, the third-floor accommodation was inspired by the iconic master of mixed media, Andy Warhol. Not instantly known for his movie making skills, Warhol’s movies were controversial of course, which gave them their underground appeal.

Choose a room inspired by the well-known portraits of Marilyn Monroe or his recreation of classical Renaissance paintings. Perhaps treat yourself in Liverpool to a night spent in a room inspired by The Chelsea Girls. A controversial film about life in a hotel that earned 10x its filming budget within the first 19 weeks of screening in New York.

Whether you enjoy a sweet singalong, a thrilling horror or something a little more provocative, Arthouse Hotel has the room for you.

Pick your restaurant

The Bastion at the Shankly Hotel, where a Fab Four and Shanks tour operates from

During your overnight stay, we have two fabulous restaurants where you can choose to dine for your evening meal.

The Bastion Bar and Restaurant is located within the award-winning Shankly Hotel and provides a delicious varied menu created by talented chefs. They use locally sourced seasonal ingredients to design dishes that are special and can be enjoyed by everybody. Book your evening meal here and enjoy the family friendly atmosphere and stunningly chic décor.

Our Carpathia Champagne Bar and Restaurant can be found atop Liverpool’s exquisite Titanic themed hotel 30 James Street. The perfect location provides visitors with stunning views of Albert Dock and the World Heritage Waterfront from the elegant rooftop terrace. Once seated you can treat yourself in Liverpool from a delightful menu of fine dining quality dishes served with a twist.

No matter which of our city centre restaurants you choose to dine from on the evening of your stay, both are ideally located to continue into Liverpool and enjoy a night experiencing the stylish city-centre nightlife.

Stay and dine for £99

Stay and Dine at Arthouse hotel

This amazing overnight midweek offer in Arthouse Hotel is just £99. The offer includes an overnight stay from Sunday to Thursday in one of the marvellous movie themed Liverpool hotel rooms and a delicious meal in either the Carpathia or the Bastion Bar and Restaurant.

What better way to treat yourself in Liverpool than spending an evening in a marvellous movie themed room with an evening meal included from Arthouse hotel?

Call on 0151 601 8801 or email to book your stay today.

5 Rooms at Arthouse Hotel to Make a Song and Dance About

After the release of La-La Land, it’s official, musicals are back, for most of us they may have never left. At Arthouse Hotel we have dedicated an entire floor to musicals with a series of musical themed Liverpool hotel rooms perfect for a group visit to Liverpool.

Here are our top 5 musical themed Liverpool hotel rooms that you can definitely make a song and dance about.

Mary Poppins

Julie Andrews Mary Poppins

Starring the mummy of musicals, Julie Andrews, as a magical woman who can fly. Mary Poppins the movie had us all wishing our parents would hire her to be our nanny.

We wanted to look into her bottomless carpet bag and be given the gift of tidying our room with a click of our fingers.

At Arthouse Hotel, we’ve provided our guests with a Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious place to stay in Liverpool. Step into this luxurious Liverpool hotel room that has space for up to 6 guests, it’s very own kitchenette and a wonderfully whimsical décor.

Our Mary Poppins suite comes with everything you need for a great visit to Liverpool. For your entertainment, there’s a large flat screen TV and Bluetooth music systems perfect for a little sing along as well as a stunning bathroom suite with a double whirlpool bath and shower.

Mary Poppins - musical movie themed Liverpool hotel room

What’s more Arthouse Hotel has easy access to Liverpool’s most exciting nightlife just moments from the front door? You and your party can ‘Kick your Knees Up’ to your favourite chart topping tunes in Liverpool’s favourite bars and clubs close by.

Rocky Horror Picture Show

Rocky Horror Cast

One of the world’s favourite musicals, with its whacky and wild all-star cast including legends like Tim Curry, Richard O’Brien, Susan Sarandon and Meatloaf.

The catchy toe-tapping tunes and a weird and wonderful film plot made this low budget creation the cult movie masterpiece it is today. That and a healthy dose of live audience participation at cinemas screening the film for over 30 years.

Our movie themed Liverpool hotel room dedicated to Rocky Horror is out of this world, literally, from another planet. The planet Transylvania to be precise.

Book a stay in The Rocky Horror Picture Show room and get lost in a world where suspenders and fishnets are perfectly acceptable attire. Enjoy sleeping surrounded by dark and decadent décor under a giant pair of luscious red lips and make the most of the stunning red tiled bathroom taking a dip in the deep bath tub.

Rocky Horror - musical movie themed Liverpool hotel room

This is one ‘Hot Patootie’ of a musical movie themed Liverpool hotel room, one that will make you feel as though you’ve been sucked into a ‘Time Warp’ from which you don’t want to escape.

Wizard of Oz

Wizard of Oz Yellow Brick Road

This marvellous movie introduced us to the magic of Technicolour and no opportunity was wasted to show us just how technicolour-ful the wonderful world of Oz was. The shining Emerald City, the glistening ruby red slippers and who can forget the cast skipping down the bright yellow brick road.

There’ll be no running from evil witches or flying monkeys in our spectacular Wizard of Oz room.

Sleeping up to 6 guests in comfortable double beds, the Wizard of Oz room is perfect for a group get together in Liverpool. With its very own stylish kitchenette and a luxurious bathroom complete with double whirlpool bath, the Wizard of Oz room is as far from Kansas as you could hope to get.

Wizard of Oz - musical movie themed Liverpool hotel room

So, join us ‘Somewhere over the Rainbow’ and celebrate like the munchkins do, when you check into our Wizard of Oz musical themed Liverpool hotel room.

Sound of Music

Sound of music - Julie Andrews

Julie Andrews steals the show again. This most epic of musical movies depicts an impossible true love story set against stunning scenery with an unforgettable soundtrack of show-stopping tunes.

The Sound of Music is quite possibly the most memorable musical movie of all time and makes a splendid addition to our musical themed Liverpool hotel room selection at Arthouse Hotel.

We guarantee that The Sound of Music will quickly become one of your ‘Favourite things’, along with ‘whiskers on kittens, bright copper kettles and warm woollen mittens’.

The stunning suite has been decorated to reflect pure Hollywood glamour with champagne coloured bedding, large screen TV’s, and a sublime bathroom with a double whirlpool bath.

Sound of Music - musical movie themed Liverpool hotel room

After a visit to our Sound of Music movie themed Liverpool hotel room, you’ll never want to stay anywhere else.


Grease Gang

Where most of us got an unrealistic portrayal of what to expect at high school only to be let down by the lack of singing in the classrooms and the absence of girl and guy groups like the T-Birds and the Pink Ladies.

Grease is one of the most iconic musical movies of all time and inspiration for our Grease movie themed Liverpool hotel room.

This is ‘The One that You Want’ as far as group accommodation in Liverpool is concerned. Sleeping up to 6 guests in super stylish surroundings under the watchful eyes of superstars Olivia Newton-John and John Travolta.

Enjoy the superb facilities of this amazing city centre hotel room such as a fully integrated kitchenette, stunning bathroom suite including a double whirlpool bath. There’s also a large flat screen TV to watch during your stay and Bluetooth music systems to get the party started at night.

Grease - musical movie themed Liverpool hotel room

Whether you were ‘Born to Hand Jive’ or feel like you’ve been ‘Stranded at the Drive In’, a stay in our Grease themed hotel room will leave you feeling like ‘Greased Lightning’.

Arthouse Hotel

Arthouse Hotel reception

Revel in the wonder that is a musical movie by staying in anyone of our Arthouse musical themed Liverpool hotel rooms and we guarantee you an unforgettable night you’ll cherish forever.

The best of Liverpool’s exciting nightlife is right on the doorstep, so no matter where you end up partying your hotel room is never too far away.

Book to stay in style at Arthouse Hotel and celebrate your favourite musical, a special occasion in Liverpool or just a short break in the UK’s favourite city using one of our amazing group accommodation offers.

30 Interesting Facts from the filming of Rocky Horror

The Rocky Horror Picture show is an iconic cult movie with a devoted following of fans. These fans relish any opportunity slip into their fishnets and attend any of the 200+ special screenings or performances that have taken place since the movie premiered in 1975.

At Arthouse hotel we pay homage to this amazing piece of movie madness with our Rocky Horror Show room musical floor.

As with any movie, there are plenty of weird and wonderful facts associated with production, even more so with a creation as spectacularly bizarre as The Rocky Horror Picture Show, check out what we discovered here.

Stay the night if you dare

That’s right you can actually visit the building that was used to film Rocky Horror and stay the night.

Frank-N-Furter’s mansion/spaceship has now been converted into a splendid luxury hotel, Oakley Ridge, in Windsor.

Derelict, freezing, then on fire!

The listed building used for filming was in such a terrible condition that actors cast and crew were forced to huddle together in a designated “warm room”. As the cast and crew were quite large they had to take it in turns to visit the room, that is until it caught on fire!

Time Warp was a space filler


It seems the most iconic path of the film might never have been if it weren’t for the length of the script. Due to the finished film only being 40 minutes long using the original script, Time Warp was added as a space filler. Thank the lord it was because it’s the best party dance ever.

A gruelling film schedule

Most movie masterpieces and even certain independent films can take years to create. Actors, crew members, directors and producers all take huge chunks of time out of their lives to create a memorable piece of movie magic.

Not Rocky Horror Picture Show, this blockbusting masterpiece took only 6 weeks to film

Loyalty to the cast

Original members of the theatre production of Rocky Horror remained in their designated roles for the movie. Leading role Tim Curry, writer and actor Richard O’Brien and Meatloaf are just a few among others who have been a part of the show since it’s inception.

Creepy coffin clock

At the start of the song, “Time Warp” Richard O’Brien’s character, Riff Raff can be seen caressing a skeleton in a coffin with a feather duster.

The creepy reality is that this is a genuine human skeleton which went on to be sold at auction for £35,000 at London auction house Sotheby’s.

Set builder error

When Dr Scott comes crashing through the wall of the lab in his wheelchair, this was not scripted. It turns out the set builders had forgotten to build a door. Instead, the directors used the situation to their advantage, adding to the weird and wonderful nature of the finished movie.

A German Frank-N-Furter

Frank-N-Furter’s voice was originally going to be accented in German. It’s only after hearing the posh English lilt of a woman he’d overheard on the bus that he decided to model the character’s voice on Queen Elizabeth II.

On set injury

The character of Brad, played by Barry Bostwick, smashes his fists down on the table at dinner. In doing so he pounds Janet’s fist, played by Susan Sarandon. Her reaction is genuine. Perhaps in revenge later on in the movie, Sarandon places a well-heeled foot right on Bostwick’s instep causing him very real pain.

Perhaps in revenge, later on in the movie Sarandon places a well-heeled foot right on Bostwick’s instep causing him very real pain.

An unexpected dinner guest

When Eddie’s body is revealed under the table after dinner the looks of surprise on the actor’s faces are genuine as only O’Brien and Curry knew that the body was there.

Love lives off set

According to Richard O’Brien, Susan Sarandon who played Janet and Barry Bostwick who played Brad were having an off-screen romance.

Skinny stunt double

As Meatloaf, playing the character of Eddie ould not ride a motorcycle a slimmer stunt double was used for the “Hot Patootie” number.

The close up’s of Eddie belting out the lyrics were filmed as he was pulled around on a wheelchair.

Not tonight Tim

Tim Curry was refused entry to one of the iconic midnight showings of the Rocky Horror Picture Show suspected of being an imposter.

After he proved his identity using his passport he was he was apologetically invited in, but declined.

In Drag or Not in Drag that is the question

Tim Curry says his Frank-N-Furter costume is not drag, it’s just how Translyvanians dress.

Royal fans

Princess Dianna was a fan of the Rocky Horror Picture Show. During an interview, she had requested between Tim Curry and herself the princess apparently turned to Curry with a cheeky smile confiding in him that the movie “quite completed her education”.

Longest running theatrical production

The Rocky Horror Picture Show holds the record for longest theatrical release in history and continues to play in theatres across the US today.

Dedication to Rocky Horror

An ancient museum style cinema in Munich has screend the Rocky Horror Picture Show once a week since 1977.

O’Brien’s equivalent of a crossword puzzle

Rocky Horror was written by Richard O’Brien as a way to keep him occupied when he wasn’t working.

It is said that on winter nights he would take to his study and pour out his thoughts on science fiction into song. After completing a collection he showed his director friend the work who insisted it was put into production.

Whose lips are they?

If you have ever wondered whose body and head belonged to the floating red lips that sing the opening credits, then wonder no more.

Patricia Quinn who played Magenta in the movie is the person behind the pout. Her excitement to play the role of Magenta was solely down to the fact that she got to sing ‘Science Fiction Double Feature’ for the opening of the performance.

This part that went to O’Brien in the movie, much to Patricia’s dispair.

The lips that Tim Curry is reclined across in many of the movie’s marketing belong to model Lorelei Shark.

Don’t Blow the Budget

The Rocky Horror movie was allocated a considerably large budget by 20TH Century Fox, with the proviso that the director casts current rock stars and icons in leading roles. Declining the offer and keeping the original cast the budget and time

By declining the offer and keeping the original cast, the budget and time constraints were significantly reduced. The director believes this largely contributed to the films amazing cult following.

Coveted role

Rolling Stones legendary frontman, Mick Jagger, desperately wanted to play the lead role of Frank -N -Furter. Being the showman and performer that he is, it might not have been such a bad thing.

Another famous face associated with the movie

The role of Eddie and Dr Scott were always played by the same people on stage. Meatloaf was incredibly disappointed when he could not play Dr Scott in the movie, insisting he did a brilliant Dr Scott.

In one stage production, from the theatre archives of Australia in 1988, we can see the talents of Russel Crowe skillfully taking on both roles of Dr Scott and Eddie and doing them justice, of course. Watch here.

Master of Make – up

How is it that Tim Curry sort of pulls of that amazing full face of theatrical make-up?

The same person who created David Bowie’s iconic Aladdin Sane album cover look, was responsible for Frank-N-Furter’s dramatic Transylvanian appearance.

That was of course until Tim Curry mastered it himself as he felt the process took too long.

First appearance of a British acting legend

The Rocky Horror Picture Show is to thank for bringing the talents of Tim Curry to the world. Rocky Horror was Curry’s feature film debut.

Since then we have seen him in Stephen King horror movie IT, alongside the muppets in Muppet Treasure Island, playing the villain in the musical Annie and a comedic role in Home Alone Two.

Props brought to midnight screenings

Here’s a list of props that people attending midnight showings of Rocky Horror bring along;

– Rice (to be thrown at Ralph and Betty’s wedding)
– Water pistols (back row squirts them during rain scene)
– Newspapers (for front and middle rows to shield themselves from rain)
– Flashlights or cigarette lighters
– Rubber gloves (during and after the creation speech, Frank snaps his gloves three times)
– Noisemakers (the Transylvanians applaud Frank’s creation – so should you)
– Toilet paper (when Brad yells “Great Scott!”, throw a roll)
– Confetti (at the end of the “Charles Atlas” reprise, the Transylvanians throw confetti)
– Toast (when Frank proposes a toast at dinner)
– Party hat (when Frank puts on his hat to wish Rocky happy birthday, so does the audience)
– Bell (“When we made it/did you hear a bell ring?”)
– Cards (“Cards for sorrow/cards for pain”)

Sick, sick Susan

Susan Sarandon had the flu which turned into pneumonia during filming.

Little surprise really after weeks of working in a leaky building with no heating and being flung into a pool clad in only fishnets and a basque.

An early symbol of gay rights

During the lab scene, the red triangle on Frank-N-Furters medical gown is a symbol that Nazi’s used to mark gay men in concentration camps.

The red triangle today symbolises gay rights, giving the film early links to the LGBTQ movements.

Definition of man

The actor that played Frank-n-Furter’s man creation Rocky had actually never acted and was an underwear model. He had no lines and his singing parts were dubbed. The man was literally used to be the symbol of the perfect man.

Auctioned hot pants

The actor who played Rocky sold his teeny tiny golden shorts at auction for just $1000.

Rocky Horror II, III and IV?

Richard O’Brien penned a second film to follow up the success of the first. The plot of Rocky Horror Shows His Heels, was to centre around Janet’s pregnancy with the baby of either, Rocky, Brad or Frank-N-Furter. The movie was never put into production due to original cast members

Another sequel written by O’Brien was titled Revenge of the Old Queen. Set on planet Transexual the plot focuses on the revenge of Frank-N Furter’s Mother, the Old Queen even Janet makes an appearance with her son, supposedly the son of Frank-N-Furter. This script has never been published and most likely never will be because of cast restrictions.

Finally, O’Brien wrote a full script for a play that he hoped would become a hit movie in the style of Rocky Horror. As yet untitled, the script used elements of Rocky Horror Shows His Heels and Revenge of the Old Queen and was destined for greatness. Sadly the entire project failed due to developmental issues.

Book your stay at Arthouse Hotel

Slip into your very own Time Warp and stay with us in our Rocky Horror Picture Show themed suite. The room can sleep up to six guests under a pair of glistneing red lips. The rest of the room is decadently dark and delightfully decorated to reflect the glamour of the greatest cult movie of our time.

Call us on 0151 601 8801 or email, our helpful team will let you know all about your suite and what’s happening in Liverpool during your stay.


The Ultimate Movie Themed Hotel in Liverpool

Fan of the flicks or mad for movies? If the answer is yes then a visit to Signature Living’s newest hotel is definitely on the cards. Book to stay at Arthouse hotel and spend the night in style in a spectacular movie themed hotel room, each inspired by the most iconic classic movies of our time.

But what is it that makes Arthouse hotel so different from any other accommodation in Liverpool?

Opening Scene: Take #1

Arthouse hotel - reception

As soon as you enter Arthouse hotel reception you will find yourself skipping down the Yellow Brick Road with the Emerald city in the distance and the whole Wizard of Oz Crew.

Join Dorothy, the Tin Man, Scarecrow and the Cowardly Lion on a journey into the unknown and amazing.

You know you’ve arrived in Liverpool’s most spectacular movie themed hotel as soon as you take that first step into Arthouse. You and your party are in for the Liverpool hotel break of a lifetime.

Mad for musicals

Our first floor is perfect for those of us who have enjoyed singing along to musicals since childhood.

Your favourite song filled classic is bound to be among the selection of top musical movies we’ve used to theme our luxury group hotel rooms. In fact, five of the room titles made in into the top 10 musical movies of all time.

Hop on board the mother ship and “slip into a time warp” on route to planet transsexual in the Rocky Horror room.

Or recreate “those summer nights” and pack your leather biker jacket and skin-tight trousers to enjoy a night in our Grease room.

Wherever your theatrical tastes take you Arthouse hotel have the perfect musical movie themed room for you to enjoy during a visit to Liverpool.

The Horrors of Hitchcock

Suspicion - Hitchcock floor- Arthouse hotel

One of the world’s greatest movie directors of all time, Alfred Hitchcock, was well known for providing the shock factor in his psychologically thrilling movies.

As he once said;

there is no terror in the bang, only the anticipation”.

Well, sorry Alfred but we brought a big “bang” to our Hitchcock themed rooms that far exceeds any anticipation.

The enchanting mystery of thrilling movie Spellbound has been brought to life in the Spellbound room. Decadently dark décor and a ceiling embellished with quotes from the movie make for an interesting hotel visit.

Or instead, enjoy a stay in our Suspicion suite where you and your guests will be sleeping under the intent gaze of leading lady Joan Fontaine and her opposite playboy Carry Grant.

Each of the Hitchcock themed rooms has been uniquely styled to reflect the most exhilarating films from Hitchcock’s vast catalogue of creations.

If you are a true movie buff, then a stay on the Hitchcock floor at Arthouse hotel will be a thrilling way to stay in Liverpool.

What about the Warhol floor?

Marilyn Monroe room - Arthouse hotel

Andy Warhol was the father of popular culture. He masterfully mixed the art world with celebrity lifestyle and corporate advertising and was a talented artist who became a figurehead in many avenues of artistic expression.

His coined phrase “15 Minutes of Fame” has been adapted into a stunning hotel room on our Warhol floor.

Warhol himself famously prophesied that;

“everyone will be world-famous for 15 minutes”

A prediction that has been realised today through reality TV shows that give everyday people the chance to be famous for at least 15 minutes.

Perhaps his most commercially successful movie directed was Chelsea Girls. A theme we chose to apply to our very own luxury hotel room. The Chelsea Girl’s movie depicts the lives of young socialites living at the Chelsea hotel in New York.

Cast members of the film included some of those dubbed Warhol’s Superstars. These individuals formed a select social circle of Warhol’s muses and served as his inspiration. Musicians, models actresses and socialites, who were basically the cool kids of the 60’s and 70’s.

If you wish that you could be like the cool kids, then why not chose the Warhol floor for your stay at Arthouse hotel.

Let’s go to the movies

Arthouse hotel

Book to stay in Arthouse hotel today and enjoy Liverpool accommodation that has been uniquely styled around the most classic and iconic films of our time.

Arthouse hotel has it’s very own funky bar and pizzeria that is popular among residents of Liverpool as well as visitors. The space has a fun movie theme all of its own, screening snippets of slivers screen masterpieces on the walls. For a little playfulness, guests can even enjoy a game of PING-PONG along with their Charlie Chapgin cocktails.

Located in the heart of Liverpool’s most exciting nightlife district, a stay at Arthouse hotel will give you and your party a memorable experience of Liverpool you won’t find anywhere else.

Call on 0151 601 8801 or email and book your stay today.