Hen Parties in Liverpool

The Hotel 

In Liverpool, we stayed at the Malmaison Hotel in the Docks (Prince's Dock). A lovely hotel - and we also booked their private room for the meal in the evening (there were about 30 of us!!). Would you like to book a hen party at this hotel? Then drop me a line to help@henpartyhelp.co.uk and I will try and negotiate you a discount

Other hotels in Liverpool

There are lots of hotels in Liverpool, but I would suggest trying to get one within walking distance of at least one of the things you are doing – e.g. near to where you are going for lunch or dinner. 

Saturday Lunch 

For lunch, we walked for about 15 minutes round to the Blue Bar in Albert Dock (you know Albert Dock - the one where Fred the weatherman used to have his weather map!) I'd pre-ordered the buffet lunch as there were about 25 of us. We had a really nice lunch in a reserved area, and we didn't have to faff around with everyone ordering their food or sorting out the bill afterwards (as we were on quite a strict timetable for the afternoon activities!) I would definitely recommend here if you're near the docks.

The Dance Class

We all met at the hotel in the afternoon, and then I'd ordered us a coach (as there were 34 of us!!) to a dance class. The coach was booked with Vision Coaches in Liverpool and they turned up nice and on time. They also took us back to the hotel after the class.

The company we booked the class with (details to follow) were also able to find and book the dance studio for us too. Details of the cost of the class (we were there for 2 hours) to follow. The dance class was such a good laugh - 34 of us all trying to follow the instructor as she gave us her choreographed moves to "Build me up buttercup." As this was a 60s inspired class, we couldn't help but dress up the bride to be in what can only be described as a truly hideous nylon outfit (and I think she'd agree!). 

Saturday night - private dining

The dress code for Saturday night was LBDs - everyone dressed in their little black dresses looked fantastic. We met for champagne in the hotel bar and then dinner was in a private room in the hotel.

We managed to get in to the room beforehand and decorate the tables. They also had full AV facilities which you could hook up to your laptop and staff were on hand to help out with any technical difficulties. Although I must say that the hen (whilst dressed as Holly Golightly) did not like the photos of herself as a 3 year old being shown on a huge screen!

We had made our meal choices beforehand and the food was fantastic. During the meal, I read my poem, we played the Mr and Mrs quiz (complete with paddles just like the TV show) and we also had a fun quiz as the hen is an English teacher! We took along the PlayStation, Singstar and a docking station so that after the meal we were able to do karaoke and also have a bit of a boogie - all in the room.

All in all, a great hen do and the bride to be told us all what a fantastic time she had.



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