Beautiful’ woman, 21, found dead in Adelphi Hotel room named


A ‘beautiful’ young woman who died ‘accidentally’ at Liverpool’s historic Adelphi Hotel earlier this month has been named.

Chloe Haynes, 21, from Wrexham, North Wales, was found dead in Liverpool’s Adelphi Hotel at 6.37am on September 10.

Three men had initially been arrested in connection with her death but were later released without charge.

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Chloe Haynes
Chloe Haynes: Beautiful’ woman, 21, found dead in Adelphi Hotel room named

The men, aged 26, 46 and 49, were arrested when Merseyside Police launched an investigation into the woman’s death but they later deemed that Miss Chloe Haynes had died ‘accidentally’.


A file has been passed to the coroner and a pre-inquest review will take place on a date yet to be confirmed.

At the time of the incident, Detective Chief Inspector Lynsay Armbruster, said: ‘We are in the very early stages of the investigation, and are trying to determine the circumstances around the young woman’s death.

‘I would appeal to anyone who was in the hotel in the early hours of this morning who may have seen, or heard anything, at all to come forward.’

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The hotel received public recognition after featuring in a 1997 fly-on-the-wall documentary series, Hotel, which gave viewers a rare glimpse into the day-to-day running of the venue.

Fawlty Towers actor Andrew Sachs narrated the popular BBC series, which hit viewing figures of 11 million after the first episode aired.

The hotel became popular with passengers who were wealthy enough to cross the Atlantic on ocean liners such as the Titanic in the early 20th century.

It has also boasted some famous celebrities including former Prime Minister Winston Churchill who loved the hotel so much that he would host strategy meetings there in the late 1940s.

Harold Wilson, another former Prime Minister, also passed through the doors and even had his preferred suite named after him.

The city centre hotel, which narrowly avoided being bombed in the Liverpool May Blitz of 1941, also attracted stars such as Frank Sinatra, Judy Garland and Bob Dylan.

And it’s not the first time someone has been found dead in the Adelphi either. Aristocrat Sir ‘Jock’ Delves Broughton was found dead in 1941 after killing himself when he was put on trial for the murder of his wife’s lover.

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