Dear valued customer,
We hope you are managing to keep safe and well during these turbulent times.
The safety and well-being of our customers and our team is our primary concern and, in-line with the latest government advice and to help ensure we can offer the best customer experience in this difficult period, we have taken the decision to postpone all arrivals from 25th March, until further notice.
This may be extended further dependent on Government advice to come in the coming days and weeks.
You will shortly receive email confirmation that bookings have now been postponed but please take this note as official confirmation that any bookings for arrival from 25th March until further notice will be moved to a future date of your choice based on a like-for-like day/month basis, subject to availability. Alternatively, we are offering credit notes for the full amount of each booking which can be redeemed anywhere within the Signature Living Group at a later date.
If you are contacting us to discuss a booking outside the above time frames, or if you have further questions on a booking within that period, above please email: email@example.com
As I’m sure you can understand, we are experiencing extremely high volumes of enquires during this time, so please bear with us. As always we aim to come back in a timely manner and are working tirelessly to assist you.
Stay safe and thank you for your understanding. It is hugely appreciated by us and all our amazing staff and we hope to see you all again soon.
The Signature Living Team.
As we begin our countdown to the opening of The Dixie Dean Hotel, we’re so excited to show you around one of the most luxurious, new restaurants in Liverpool: The No9.
Located in the heart of The Dixie Dean Hotel, we are proud to introduce The No9 which is, without a doubt, one of the best new restaurants in Liverpool.
Join us as we take you inside one of the most exclusive, new restaurants in Liverpool dedicated to Dixie Dean – the most famous No9 the world has ever seen.
Dedicated to the late, great Dixie Dean, this iconic name derives from the even more iconic number that he wore on his back.
There is a strong and persuasive argument to be made that Dixie Dean was the best player ever to wear the infamous number 9 shirt – despite the fact that he only wore it once, which shows just how good he was.
In the 1933 FA Cup Final, Everton were issued numbers 1-11 – Dixie Dean wore the number 9. Everton went onto win the match 3-0 and Dixie, who captained the Blues that day, led his team to the Royal Box and received the trophy from the Duke of York with the iconic number blazed across his back.
Highlighting an eminent piece of history, everyone at The Dixie Dean Hotel is extremely excited to see this amazing restaurant come to fruition – none more so than Melanie Prentice, Dixie Dean’s granddaughter, who couldn’t hide her excitement to see the restaurant open its doors when we last spoke, exclaiming: “I can’t wait, it looks beautiful inside.”
Bringing something completely new to the heart of Liverpool, The No9 is designed with deep royal blues that dominate the colour scheme and are synonymous with Everton and Dixie Dean.
Bask in the opulent gold ornamentation, exposed brick, cooper furnishings and ornate mirrors, as you sink into the tub chairs and plush couches that not only give a nod to the lavishness of the decade, but also epitomise why The No9 is soon to be of the most luxurious, new restaurants in Liverpool.
Furthermore, The No9’s menu is a culinary masterpiece. From extravagant a la carte food to homemade dishes and scrumptious afternoon tea, the No9 bar and restaurant is a welcomed addition to the numerous new restaurants in Liverpool that open on a regular basis.
From Date Night at Dixie’s – which includes an overnight stay, romantic double whirlpool bath, a two course meal and blue heart cupcakes and rose petals in your room – to the gorgeously named Stay and Dine at No9, indeed, we also have amazing deals just for you.
Plus, our drinks menu is sure to include everything from expertly mixed cocktails to a whole host of beers, wines and non-alcoholic drinks, making it the perfect place for the entire family to enjoy.
Set to open its doors next week, The Dixie Dean Hotel is set to take pride and place opposite the now famous Shankly Hotel, which celebrates the existence of Liverpool’s legendary leader and houses the incredible Bastion Bar and Restaurant.
The stunning hotel – far apart from anything seen before – is to provide Evertonian’s with an unprecedented experience, ideal for overnight stays, watching the match and admiring unseen memorabilia.
At The Dixie Dean Hotel, we wanted to celebrate the existence of one of Everton’s greatest ever players. At The No9, however, we wanted to salute the iconic number he wore whilst cementing his status as an Everton legend.
For now, however, book your stay here at The Dixie Dean Hotel and get ready for the most magical stay ever. We can’t wait to open The No9 and see it become one of the best, new restaurants in Liverpool. To keep up to date with the latest news and developments at the hotel and restaurant, head over to both our Facebook and Instagram pages.
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In celebration of the roaring 1920’s, The Dixie Dean Hotel is hosting a 1920’s Afternoon Tea of epic proportion; boasting the type of thriving atmosphere with added elegance for which Jay Gatsby himself would be proud of. We’ve decked out the restaurant so you can...
Here at the Dixie Dean hotel we like to celebrate our club and its heroes. Our restaurant is called No. 9’s in honour of those who have worn the famous shirt and over time we shall highlight some of these players via a series of...
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