Crowne Plaza Liverpool City Centre

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Check In: 2:00 PM | Check Out: 11:00 AM | Local Time: 7:30 PM

Liverpool Lime Street

-Distance from hotel: 1.24 MI/ 2 KM South

- Follow signs to Albert Dock, hotel is situated on the waterfront


James Street

- Distance from hotel: 0.31 MI/ 0.5 KM North

- Follow signs to the Albert Dock the hotel is situted on the waterfront

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- Car Parking Available

- Self-Parking Fee: 10.00 GBP

- Guaranteed onsite parking for our residents. Overnight parking is charged at £10.00 per car, per night

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  • This hotel is in the city center
  • Local Time Zone : GMT+0

Nearest Train Station

Liverpool Lime Street

Distance to Hotel: 1.24 MI/ 2 KM South

Nearest Subway Station

James Street

Distance to Hotel: 0.31 MI/ 0.5 KM North

What's New

Flex your credit card at the new Liverpool One shopping complex, 10 minutes' walk from the hotel. You'll find classics such as Harvey Nichols and John Lewis alongside celebrity Chef Jamie Oliver's funky restaurant, Jamie's Italian and the new “Almost Famous” (their burgers are truly outstanding).


Liverpool has more Georgian Architecture than Bath a visit to Liverpool should include a visit to William Brown Street and its fabulous civic buildings and a walk between both Cathedrals along Hope St passing the Philharmonic Hall. The Hotel sits within the designated World Heritage Water front, an evening walk past the three Graces is a must.

Don't Go Home Without

Taking the ferry across the Mersey. Your local Liverpudlian guide provides insight into the city's rich maritime past as you cross from Liverpool's historic waterfront at Pier Head, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, to the medieval Birkenhead Priory in Woodside.

Must See

The adventurous Tate Liverpool gallery houses a feast of modern art curated by cultural figures like designer Wayne Hemingway and poet Carol Ann Duffy. The converted red brick warehouse at Albert Dock once stored tea, silk and tobacco from the Far East. It is now home to many cafes, bars, restaurants and independent shops surrounding the dock.

Must Do

Visit the 1960s Merseybeat era 15 minutes' walk away at The Beatles Story, chronicling the Fab Four's journey to pop music legend. Then ramp up the nostalgia at the Cavern Club, doing the twist to live music at the Beatles' former stomping ground.