Mother’s Day Memories at Hilton Liverpool City Centre


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With Mother’s Day just around the corner and an end to lockdown looming, Liverpool’s leading hotel, Hilton Liverpool City Centre is making sure that Mother’s Day this year will be all about making memories with those we love.  As current restrictions mean celebrations are on hold, Hilton

Liverpool City Centre have produced Mother’s Day Afternoon Tea Vouchers which can be redeemed as soon as the hotel reopens for non-essential travel on 17th May.

Indulge in a sumptuous selection of handcrafted sandwiches, fresh scones with cream and jam and a mouth-watering array of mini-cakes, while you enjoy a glass of Prosecco and choose tea or coffee to go with your Afternoon Tea treat.

All this for just £24.95 for two people.

Enjoy precious time with your mum in the luxurious surroundings of Hilton Liverpool City Centre, with breath-taking panoramic views of our historic waterfront where the team have produced a Mother’s Day Afternoon Tea which is worth waiting for!

Marcus Magee, General Manager said “Mother’s Day is normally a very busy time in the hotel and we wanted to make sure this year that Mother’s Day memories can still be made and shared at Hilton.   We look forward to seeing our guests sharing special moments and making up for time

lost during the past year.”

Mother’s Day Afternoon Tea Voucher – £24.95

Selection of Sandwiches, mini cakes, tea or coffee and Prosecco

To book, email – or call 0151 708 4200

Guests can now purchase the voucher for redemption once the hotel reopens for non-essential travel. The voucher needs to be redeemed by 31 August 2021

For full details log on to:

Or contact Carolyn Hughes – – 07710 715333

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