Cocoon @ International Inn

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

4 South Hunter Street Off Hardman Street
Liverpool
Merseyside
England
L1 9JG

Cocoon @ International Inn, Liverpool

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Conceptual, budget boutique pod hotel rooms in Liverpool's city centre. Each Cocoon offers a great value stylish, compact space with all the comfort and amenities you need by the award winning team at International Inn. Cocoon rooms are intimate internal cabins in American walnut with king size or twin beds, beautiful ensuite bathrooms with rose head rain showers, desks, luggage space, open plan wardrobes, LCD tvs, free wi-fi access and i-pod docking stations in all rooms.

 3 star rating

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