Plans to convert a derelict Liverpool building into an extension of an existing boutique hotel have been revealed.

The Lock and Key Hotel in Liverpool has published plans to convert its neighbouring building into a twelve-bedroom extension.

The Lock and Key Hotel opened in Duke Street in the Ropewalks District of central Liverpool at the end of 2018. It is a 14-bedroom boutique hotel set within a fully restored Grade II-listed Georgian townhouse. It features a speakeasy-style bar plus The Bar:Kitchen serving brunch during the day with a pizza & pasta menu in the evening.

Plans would see the neighbouring building which has been empty for many years and now falling into a state of disrepair linked and restored to the same standard as the Lock and Key Hotel. As well as providing twelve additional bedrooms the extension would also include a new residents’ lounge.

The application has been submitted to Liverpool City Council’s planning committee.

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