Liverpool

Liverpool waterfront hotels performed better than the city's average in Q2 2014

Liverpool waterfront hotels outperform rest of city

By Melodie Michel

Liverpool waterfront hotels enjoyed 82 per cent occupancy between April and June – 4 per cent over the city’s average of 78 per cent, according to figures by the Liverpool City Region Local Enterprise Partnership.

Five Guys recently opened its eigth site in Birmingham' Bullring

Five Guys UK reports £3.89m loss

By Mark Wingett

Five Guys UK, the popular US burger chain, has reported a loss of £3.89m in the period to 29 December 2013, as the cost of launching in the country saw administrative expenses reach £4.58m.

Since serving as Europe’s Capital of Culture in 2008, Liverpool’s hospitality businesses are nearly as big a draw for visitors as the city’s iconic skyline

Hospitable Cities: Spotlight on Liverpool

By Peter Ruddick

For years Liverpool was viewed from afar as the second-best city in the North West never mind being a destination in its own right, but in the last few years it has risen like a Liver bird from the flames due in part to its burgeoning hospitality scene.