A “beautiful” young woman who died at the Adelphi Hotel in Liverpool has been named as the inquest process begins. Chloe Haynes, 21, was found dead at the city centre hotel at 6.37am on September 10 after the emergency services received calls regarding a “concern for safety”. Merseyside Police officers entered the hotel and found Ms Haynes in one of the rooms.
Three men, aged 26, 46, and 49, were initially arrested in connection with her death but were released without charge after it was concluded she had died “accidentally”.
A file has been passed to the coroner, and a pre-inquest review will take place on a date to be set.
Tributes were shared on social media for Miss Haynes, who is originally from North Wales.
One friend said: “Rest easy beautiful girl” and another said “absolutely heartbroken”, and another friend said “RIP beautiful”.
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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.”
The original Adelphi Hotel was built in 1826 but was knocked down and replaced with another building 50 years later.
The hotel became incredibly popular in the early 20th century with wealthy passengers who set to cross the Atlantic on ocean liners such as the Titanic.
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Some famous names that have visited the hotel over the years include Winston Churchill, Frank Sinatra, Judy Garland and Bob Dylan.