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Hotels in Liverpool

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This magical city on the Mersey was named ‘European Capital of Culture’ in 2008. Still buzzing with the bygone days of the Beatles, this dynamic city overflows with art and culture with the most museums of any UK city outside London.

Liverpool hotels are great for those looking for rooms on a budget with plenty of guesthouses and B&B’s right in the city centre. If you want to splurge, the Premier Inn on Albert Dock is a stunning converted warehouse overlooking the harbour. If you like you hotels to have a little history why not choose the Heyward House hotel. Built in 1799, it’s the city’s oldest bank building which has been lovingly restored. For something quirky, The Cavern Quarter in the centre of the city has an interesting themed boutique hotel called the Hard Day’s Night.

China Town gives Liverpool an international flavour while Seel Street, in the nearby Rope Walks area, is one of the ‘Hippest streets’ in the UK, famed for its fantastic nightlife. A tour of Liverpool reveals real architectural gems like The Royal Liver Building, the icon of the waterfront and St George’s Hall. Tate Liverpool houses an eclectic collection of art while bohemian Lark Lane boasts flea markets and fantastic restaurants. The Bluecoat is the oldest Grade II listed building in the city, dating back to 1717, while Albert Dock brims with renovation and cutting edge design.

A great way to see the city is on a Beatles tour, taking in sights like the legendary Cavern Club and John Lennon’s house. Shop ‘till you drop in Grand Central and Liverpool One or simply relax in the gorgeous greenery of Sefton Park.

Music, art, sport and an intoxicating nightlife make Liverpool one of the most impressive cities we have.

Did you know..?

Musical to its core, Liverpool holds the Guinness Book of Records title for being the Capital of Pop. More artists from Liverpool have had no. one hits than anywhere else.

Explore the other-worldly underground labyrinth that is the Williamson Tunnels. It’s certainly a different view of the city!

Tucked away up some stone steps in the Cavern Quarter is Bistro Pierre – who needs France for French food when this little gem serves up delicious authentic cuisine. It’s one of the city’s little secrets.


Liverpool Travel Guide

St. George's Hall - Liverpool

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The Cavern Club - Liverpool

The well-loved city of Liverpool sits on the Mersey River. Its magnificent waterfront, Pier Head was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2004. Now a city of culture, Liverpool is home to the oldest Chinatown in Europe, boasts the highest number of national museums outside London and has produced ...

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