Room 205

Luxury Room

  • Sleeps Sleeps up to 5
  • Smart TV 50" Smart TV
  • Zips Zips
  • Bluetooth Bluetooth music
  • free WiFi Free WiFi access
  • Zips Sofa bed
  • Jacuzzi Jacuzzi

About Room 205

The Shankly Hotel offers so much more than luxury accommodation – it is an experience. Enjoy rooms inspired by one of the most iconic sporting figures in the world. Comprising of 83 luxurious rooms and suites, it’s the ideal destination for those looking for a stylish, comfortable and flexible hotel in Liverpool. No other hotel offers such a unique insight into the life and career of Bill Shankly.

Services & Amenities

Each room is inspired by the legendary manager’s illustrious football career, and offers iconic quotes, relaxing beds and a luxurious bathroom, we guarantee an unforgettable stay at our hotel in Liverpool.

“Aim for the sky and you’ll reach the ceiling. Aim for the ceiling and you’ll stay on the floor.”
– Bill Shankly

The Shankly Hotel has aimed for the sky – creating the ultimate hotel experience in Liverpool. Our comfortable, sleek and stylish rooms and suites span over 2.5 times an average hotel room. As standard, rooms include a double whirlpool Jacuzzi bath, 5o inch plasma TV, free WiFi and air conditioning.

To really make the most of your stay at The Shankly Hotel, you can book a table at The Shankly Hotel, which celebrates Bill Shankly’s life. Experience delicious dishes surrounded by amazing memorabilia from the Shankly family’s private collection.

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Nessie Shankly

When I married Bill I married a man to whom football was a fierce passion. When he came to Liverpool in December 1959 I knew it was a big challenge to him and he threw himself into the job determined that the club would be successful. I think everyone will he agree he succeeded in that.

In Liverpool, with its traditional love for Football, Bill found kindred spirits who shared his enthusiasm for the game.

I tried never to bother him when he came home with some football topic occupying his mind. If he didn’t want to talk about it I didn’t interfere. But if and when he brought the subject up I hope I gave him a little bit of sound advice, at least now and then.

I went to Wembley for all three FA Cup Finals when Bill was manager and the first time, in 1965, was unforgettable. Liverpool had never won the Cup before and the emotion was incredible. When we travelled home on Sunday and got off the train at Lime Street the sight of the massive crowd that greeted us took my breath away, it was too much…I was in tears.

Whenever Liverpool lost a game – and that doesn’t happen very often – Bill would come home, go into the kitchen and clean the oven again until it was spotless. It was one of his ways of working out his disappointment. Another way was mowing the lawn.

People have said to me that we must have had a clean oven, but because Liverpool didn’t lose many matches I suppose you could say it was in need of a clean more often that not!