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Liverpool Boutique Hotels

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As the birthplace of a number of iconic bands -- Gerry & the Pacemakers, Frankie Goes to Hollywood and, oh yeah, The Beatles -- Liverpool has long been recognized as one of the world's top musical incubators. However, its status as a port city has also fashioned Liverpool into a diverse destination, imbuing the city with a host of intriguing cultural, artistic and dining options. Stay at one of our distinctive boutique hotels in Liverpool and you'll be ideally placed to explore all this vibrant city has to offer.

In terms of British cities, Liverpool didn't become a major player until the 19th century, when transatlantic trade became a main economic driver. Not surprisingly given its role as a crossroads for innovations and ideas as well as goods, the city has given rise to a number of important firsts, and even pioneered the world's first skyscraper. Explore this fascinating history and more at the World Museum Liverpool, the Merseyside Maritime Museum, and the International Slavery Museum. Or, for a review of more contemporary pop culture history, a tour of the Beatles Story or a modern art or dance performance at the Bluecoat are just the place to head.

While you're on your art kick, the Victoria Gallery and Museum, Sudley House, the Static Gallery, the Tate Liverpool and the Wolstenhome Creative Space are sure to satisfy, boasting fine collections of historical, folk and contemporary art. Alternatively, taking a stroll past the Royal Liver Building, St. George's Hall, the Liverpool Cathedral, Princes Road Synagogue will provide an excellent look at the city's varied architectural history, from Greco-Roman facades to Gothic and Moorish building styles.

Fans of Downton Abbey will enjoy getting their outdoor fix at Croxteth Hall and Country Park, a once vast estate with ample grounds and historical buildings to explore. And of course, for sports aficionados, catching an Everton or Liverpool football (soccer) game is a must, as they are two of the most respected, popular and storied teams in the sport today.

While in town, you won't want to miss the opportunity sneak in a little retail therapy. Situated in the heart of London, the Metquarter provides all of the high end brands you could wish for, while the Bluecoat will provide a little more quirk for your retail adventures. The relatively new Liverpool One is also not to be missed, with three levels of shopping and entertainment.

As the lights go down, choose from diverse cuisine offerings in the particularly bopping City Centre, Lark Lane and Seel Street areas. Pizza, noodle spots, and eclectic Asian offerings all abound, as do a surplus of classic pubs serving fish and chips. Once you've dined, choose from theaters, comedy venues, and music clubs for a lively evening. The Liverpool Empire Theatre and Philharmonic Orchestra Hall are always bound to have something good on, but you're much more likely to discover the next John Lennon in a tucked away club.

Liverpool is well connected to the rest of the UK via boat, train, bus and air. Guarantee a friendly greeting once you debark by booking into a boutique hotel in Liverpool. With world class amenities, well-appointed rooms and a staff that aims to please, you'll have the trip of a lifetime when you book today.



Latest Liverpool Hotel Reviews

Average Rating for Liverpool Hotel
(4.3 / 5) of 9450 reviews
Fab hotel, great location.
By heths16
Lovely hotel. Made to feel welcome from the outset. They could not do enough for you. So close to town centre. Beautiful open reception areas. Lovely swimming and spa facilities. Loved being offered [More] the 2p.m. late check out made all the difference. Room was a bit hot for us but that's us. [Less]
Unschedueled rmantic stop
By romantic male
I just surprised the wife with a stay overnight. I booked whilst we were out shopping. The staff at reception could not be more helpful. room was clean and well presented and the room service was [More] great. [Less]
pool area
By mike2227
changing rooms were not the cleanest and the general pool area was also a little run down, [Less]
Caring and Considerate Staff
Having been coming to the Holiday Inn Haydock for quite a number of years now I am always welcomed with a friendly smile and addressed by my name generally without prompt. The hotel is conveniently [More] situated next to the M6 Motorway and provides safe accommodation and access to the main large cites like Manchester and Liverpool. Difficult to fault. [Less]
Very pleasant staff good food
By Wattyone
On arriving you are always welcomed with a smile and very efficient staff. during my staff the restauart staff and meals are excellent. 4th Floor showers are not the bestbalong withthe television [More] along with wi-fi conetion. oi wouldnot stay on the 4th floor again. [Less]
nice rooms
By w orr
cutlery streaked due to dishwasher waiting staff forgot sweet order then brought choc ice cream with choc brownie as no vanilla. red wine in room went to bar to change was asked if I had opened it. [Less]
Good stay
By Chelseafan64
Good basic hotel for short stay. Staff are very helpful and welcoming. Rooms are clean and beds are comfortable.One thing hotel does well is provide good quality towels. Bath sheets not towels that [More] barely fit round you! :-) [Less]
Good experience
By Voyager2016
Location was good. Lack of free parking which normally in holiday express. Outside windows were not cleaned so couldnot get clear view outside. Its very old building and on dock so some bits like [More] this is expected. Else it was good location. [Less]
Great Views / Parking Pricey
By City Breaker 48r
A good choice if you require breakfast in a comfortable Hotel with water views. Not too far from Museums, shops, local bus station etc. Plenty of classy restaurants on your doorstep, although better [More] value ones can be found ten or fifteen minutes away. Only real negative is the car parking. It's a bit of a drive to the multi storey car park at the Exhibition Centre and a good five minute walk back (in the rain !). Even with the hotel discount it is still £12 a day, so factor this into the overall cost of your stay. [Less]

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