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You may have noticed a few changes around here… we’ve got a new website!

The new site has been designed to make it super easy to find the info you need and keep abreast of our latest offers.

Many thanks to the incredibly talented, good-looking and modest chaps at Draw & Code.

we won! ‘best hotel’ at the Liverpool city region annual tourism awards

Tourism Awards 2015 - Best Hotel 1

Ten of the team went to the Liverpool City Region Tourism Awards on Thursday 21 May.  Held in Liverpool’s awesome St George’s Hall, it is one of those nights where you catch up with other friends running cathedrals, theatres, marketing campaigns and of course hotels and restaurants.  The rivalry is friendly and good humoured as you’d expect from a Liverpool awards night.  The London Carriage Works was shortlisted (for the tenth time with seven wins) but were ‘pipped at the post’ by Deli Fonseca Dockside.   The hotel (shortlisted nine times with seven wins) won again for the fifth time running.  We’re totally delighted for our staff and all the departments they work so hard in.  Thank you chaps!

Cafe Scientifique at Hope Street Hotel


Café Scientifique is a forum for debating science issues and promoting public engagement with science. Audiences consist of people who are interested in science but generally never have the opportunity to discuss their views with, and ask questions of, someone “in the know”.

Meetings generally start with a short talk from the speaker, who is usually a scientist or a writer on science, followed by a short break for drinks. This is followed by a session of about an hour for questions and answers and general discussion. Cafés are free although a voluntary contribution may be asked for to cover any expenses. (It does not pay fees to a speaker).

Meetings take place once a month on the second Wednesday of each month, starting at 7.30pm.

Next Meeting: Wednesday, 8th July, 2015

Place: The Old Bookroom, Hope Street Hotel

Title: TBC


Click here to go to the Cafe Scientifique website.

Please contact Michael Jackman, michaeljackman@liverpoolcafescientifique.org, if intending to attend as places may be limited.