The Nadler Hotel is a boutique hotel concept in Seel Street, Liverpool city centre. It is a short walk from Liverpool Central Station which is one of the reasons we chose it. As parking is often limited in city centre hotels and also expensive we decided to travel there by train. Previously housing a printers, cork warehouse and engineering works, the Nadler building dates back to the 1850s and, following a £14m renovation, still retains many of its features. It is now a high tech. establishment with some quirky old features. The hotel does not have a restaurant but all rooms have a mini kitchen with sink, fridge, microwave, crockery etc. and Tesco is close by. Also, there are numerous restaurants in the vicinity. It is also possible to order food from local restaurants which are delivered free to reception. The tariff starts at £49 per room, per night. We paid £63 which included 30 minutes of local or national telephone calls per day. The staff were all extremely efficient and helpful and the hotel was spotlessly clean. The lift is operated by the key card so it feels very safe. Liverpool is a lovely city to visit. Liverpool One is a relatively new shopping area with a cinema, the Docks area has the Echo Arena where International stars perform. There are museums, two cathedrals, both completed in the 20th century and, of course, Beatles references everywhere you look. In terms of architecture the Liver Building and the Cunard Building are stunning and probably best observed from a ferry boat on the Mersey. Liverpudlians are friendly and welcoming which, I think, enhances Liverpool's charm. If you are considering a city holiday but don't want to queue up at airport security, Liverpool might make an interesting break.